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    Administrator Krupski's Avatar

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    Marching Toward Gun Confiscation: Prohibition Advocates Released Unhinged Gun Control Plan

    ^^^ (The whole article is available at the link above) ^^^

    This week, March for Our Lives – the gun control group that arose in the wake of the criminal mass attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. – released a lengthy plan outlining its vision for firearm regulation in America. Reduced to its essence, the plan is to discourage gun ownership through numerous layers of red tape, fees and government mandates.

    Perhaps to their credit, March for Our Lives are more forthcoming in their proposals than disingenuous anti-gun groups who falsely profess commitment to the Second Amendment (see, for example, this week’s article on “Gun Owners for Safety”).

    No one can come away from reading the entire March for Our lives ”plan” with anything but the impression that the group wants to end gun ownership as America currently knows it. Even the anti-gun mass media has had to admit it is “sweeping,” “ambitious,” and “far-reaching.”

    Boasting the Orwellian title of “A Peace Plan for a Safer America,” the agenda is actually a disarmament plan against law-abiding gun owners.

    The centerpiece of the plan is the ever-trendy concept of a massive ban on semi-automatic firearms, coupled with a program to force formerly law-abiding owners of those guns to surrender them to the government or face punishment.

    The plan doesn’t get into the specifics of which guns would be banned, how much compensation would be offered for their surrender, or what would happen to those who did not comply with this “full mandatory” scheme, but the goal would be “a reduction of our domestic firearm stock by 30%.”

    Needless to say, however, any plan that by its own terms aims to have the U.S. government collect and destroy nearly 1 in every 3 guns in America must contemplate harsh treatment for anyone who doesn’t comply. Americans are not known for just casually surrendering their lawfully-acquired property and essential freedoms.

    Yeah, and the First Amendment was for manual presses and hand set type. Therefore (under their reasoning) they have no right to use the Internet to forward their insane ideas.

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    Agree with you that if the second amendment is muskets and flintlocks, the first is manual press and hand set type. Ban full auto computer keyboards.

    As for disarming Americans, using the numbers when the British wanted to disarm the colonists, 30% would immediately throw their weapons on their front lawns for confiscation, 30% would complain loudly but then do the same, but the remaining percent will make it the ugliest thing ever done in this country since our own civil war.

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    Team Guns Network Silver 04/2013 alismith's Avatar

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    If they want America to be safer, then America needs to get expel ALL Liberals/Leftists/Communists/Dimocrats/islamists/illegal invaders, etc.

    America would be a much nicer, cleaner, and well-mannered place.
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