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Discussion in 'In the News' started by mountainpass, Dec 9, 2010.
Could the requirement to register now be challenged in court?
I'm annoyed he still breathes air the frackin commie control freak. He has guns, his bodyguards have guns, oh that's right because he is in political office he can do as he wants. Protected class and all.
Is widdow bitty baby Daley upSET?
Too freakin bad.
He should be run out of town....
I watched a show about Alaska State Troopers and one of the points the troopers made was: 'This is Alaska - it isn't like the lower 48. Everyone has a knife, everyone has a gun, and they know how to use them.' So, troopers simply assume that 1) everyone is armed and 2) they know how to use their weapon. They seem to get by just fine. In fact, to me at least, that seems like the ideal way to handle any law enforcement situation - always assumed that the person you're dealing with is armed. I fail to see why that doesn't work for Chicago.
I was going to express the same sentiment, but you beat me too it.
You forgot one:
His mob buddies have guns.
Exactly. Because we all know that if the registry says no guns at the house, there will be no guns there! So, lets see:
1) registry says guns there - assume guns
2) registry says no guns there - assume guns
we need the registry why, again? the outcome seems the same.
I would fear if I were a resident of Chicago that placement of my name on this registry would potentially lead to a tramping of my constitutional rights in the name of officer safety in the event police responded to my home.
Idea: Daily can just look at the registered voter list. Assume anyone registered Republican or Libertarian has a gun. There - problem solved. No new database needed.
Beautiful. When I hear things like this, it puts a huge smile on my face.