It's hard to draw the line sometimes. It's hard to tell where infringing on one's rights ends and that person infringing on another's rights begins. See what I'm saying?Rammstein said:But the problem is that you see the problem being the object and not the action, or more specifically, the person doing the action.wsweeks2 said:Maybe I'm mistaken, but I failed to find the amendment stating that the right of the people to keep and use syringes, crack pipes, bongs, bowls, roach clips, and rolling papers shall not be infringed.
I will fight for my gun rights until I am no longer breathing as they are guaranteed to us.
There are some other people who think the object and not the person is evil.
I don't see why you have to compromise on one set of freedoms. This country should be a land where there are only laws that prohibit the infringement on other's life/liberty/property.
I just don't understand why anyone would want to be a Brady when they could be a Patriot.