Questions From Readers
What about the 2nd amendment though? It clearly states the right to bear arms. The constitution was made so it would ultra hard to change it.
Yes, but it was also written at a time when it took five minutes to reload a gun. There is no need for ANYONE who is not military to have military-grade weaponry. END OF STORY.
If the people who are so “pro-gun” and believe so firmly in this holiest-of-holies Second Amendment, then why are they so very much against any kind of monitoring of the sales of such weapons? Or background checks? Why is it easier to buy a weapon of mass destruction than it is to buy a pack of cigarettes?
None of you are going to see reason until someone close to you gets shot and killed in one of these DAILY SHOOTING RAMPAGES. I really hope it happens to some of you very soon.