Only phantasmagoric birthers would "moniker" themselves into "Professor, Scholar and Justice", the biggest jokes in the universe. And you call yourself a professor! Ha ha.<quoted text>Right on! People buy guns to collect them just like people collect stamps, coins, knives etc.. etc.. When you start telling people what they can and cannot have then you have a socialist Government. Why don't we make cocaine, meth and LSD illegal? That will surely take them off the streets! Do you think? If banning guns worked, Washington, DC and New York City and Chicago would be the safest cities in the country. Since 1976, it's been illegal in Washington, DC to own any handguns or to keep any type of gun in your home unlocked and fully assembled. However, Washington, DC is the murder capital of the United States next to Chicago and Detroit.
New York City has had severe gun control laws since 1911, yet it also ranks among the most dangerous places in the country. In both cities, violent criminals can easily obtain the most deadly weapons on the streets within minutes.
Yes, those damn gun laws. How well they compare with stamps and coins when it comes to acts of violence.
FOXNEWS.COM and WND.COM BREAKING NEWS :
NEW YORK : Little old lady attacked and seriously wounded by stamp collector in broad daylight. Nasty stamp collector used a $1.50 and a 0.50 cent stamp to attack innocent old woman and rob her. He hit her several times with his stamps, necessating hospitalization with permanent stamp cancellation stamp etched on her dear old forehead. Who will have the courage to stop these stamp attackers dead in their tracks?
Chicago : Man robs bank at coin-point. Yes, hooded man walked up to teller and handed a note saying he had a concealed coin in his pocket and if she knew what was good for her, should hand over her drawer full of bills. Authorities are increasingly worried about this rash of "coin" - threratening bank holdups. Citizens are warned to be vigilant, specially of anyone in possession of a heavy but rare 50-cent or worse, much worse, JFK dollar coin.