Easy. When they are convicted of a crime, stick their arses in prison.
- Do you believe that I and people with whom I work intend to ban your guns?
- If yes to #4, how do you think that could happen ( I mean the physical action)?
- Do you believe it is O.K. to call people with whom you disagree liars and demeaning names?
- If yes to #8, would you do it in a public place to the person's face?
- Do you believe that any gun law will take away your constitutional rights?
- Do you believe in current gun laws? Do you think they are being enforced? If not, explain.
- Do you believe that people who commit suicide with a gun should be included in the gun statistics?
- Do you believe that accidental gun deaths should "count" in the total numbers?
- Do you believe that 30,000 gun deaths a year is too many?
- How will you help to prevent more shootings in this country?
Allow me to explain.
I hear a lot about "compromise" from your camp ... except, it's not compromise.
Let's say I have this cake. It is a very nice cake, with "GUN RIGHTS" written across the top in lovely floral icing. Along you come and say, "Give me that cake."
I say, "No, it's my cake."
You say, "Let's compromise. Give me half." I respond by asking what I get out of this compromise, and you reply that I get to keep half of my cake.
Okay, we compromise. Let us call this compromise The National Firearms Act of 1934.
There I am with my half of the cake, and you walk back up and say, "Give me that cake."
I say, "No, it's my cake."
You say, "Let's compromise." What do I get out of this compromise? Why, I get to keep half of what's left of the cake I already own.
So, we have your compromise -- let us call this one the Gun Control Act of 1968 -- and I'm left holding what is now just a quarter of my cake.
And I'm sitting in the corner with my quarter piece of cake, and here you come again. You want my cake. Again.
This time you take several bites -- we'll call this compromise the Clinton Executive Orders -- and I'm left with about a tenth of what has always been MY DAMN CAKE and you've got nine-tenths of it.
Then we compromised with the Lautenberg Act (nibble, nibble), the HUD/Smith and Wesson agreement (nibble, nibble), the Brady Law (NOM NOM NOM), the School Safety and Law Enforcement Improvement Act (sweet tap-dancing Freyja, my finger!)
I'm left holding crumbs of what was once a large and satisfying cake, and you're standing there with most of MY CAKE, making anime eyes and whining about being "reasonable", and wondering "why we won't compromise".
I'm done with being reasonable, and I'm done with compromise. Nothing about gun control in this country has ever been "reasonable" nor a genuine "compromise".