Please help me understand this. If those 80% are through private sales, how is UBC suppose to help?
There are 300 million private guns in America. Don't you think that's enough to be certain that the government can never take them all away? Because aren't the people against UBC really against it because they're paranoid about the government knowing whether they have guns or not?
If I buy or sell a car, I have to transfer its title, plain and simple. So why not put the same requirement on a gun transfer? Why not require a background check, whether a gun is sold in a store, gunshow, or just sold to a friend?
Are the idiots still arguing the feds should regulate intrastate commerce?
The fact that gun fans call people who disagree with them "idiots" leads me to believe that they are an angry, violent-prone bunch of people.
Last edited by Rebound; 02-21-2013 at 11:42 PM..
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