so in light of this ruling do you now agree with me that even convicted felons should be allowed to conceal carry to protect their life and family from people that the police dont have to protect you from you cant have it both ways you cant say the police have no obligation to protect you then say if you area convicted felon or a gang banger or drug dealer you shouldn't be allow ed to own the only means to protect yourself everytime i post on here that all adults should be allowed guns wtih no restrictions i get flamed so bad i have third degree burns
I do not know why you posted that to me, you never heard me make that kind of statement.
posted on 06/28/2005 2:44:49 AM PDT
(Under Cover FReeper going dark(too much 24))
"everytime i post on here that all adults should be allowed guns wtih no restrictions i get flamed so bad"
I think there should be no restrictions, either.
posted on 06/28/2005 6:31:21 AM PDT
by the OlLine Rebel
(Common sense is an uncommon virtue.)
Nope. Felons have forfeited the trust and regard of their fellow citizens. Until they jump through the appropriate hoops to get it back, they shouldn't have the right to bear arms. Serving their time is NOT enough.
posted on 06/28/2005 6:47:11 AM PDT
by Little Ray
(I'm a reactionary, hirsute, gun-owning, knuckle dragging, Christian Neanderthal and proud of it!)
Convicted felons can posses guns if they petition to have their rights restored. One of the biggest gun control laws, passed as a "common sense" measure, was denying gun rights to people convicted of domestic violence. Believe me it doesn't take much to get arrested for domestic violence, a misdemeanor. I'm not sure, but I believe if you are convicted of domestic violence you can never have your gun rights restored.
If you are saying murderers, rapist, armed robbers, etc. should be able to own and carry guns without review then I and definitely disagreeing with you. Someone disagreeing with you is not "flaming" you.
posted on 06/28/2005 6:54:27 AM PDT
If you use punctuation more people will read your verbiage, and some might even understand it.
It's virtually impossible to read your comment.
posted on 06/29/2005 1:41:36 PM PDT
by little jeremiah
(A vitiated state of morals, a corrupted public conscience, are incompatible with freedom. P. Henry)
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