Gun Control Debate - Summerville, SC

Discuss the national Gun Control debate in Summerville, SC.

Would you support a ban on handguns?

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Mark Powers

Moncks Corner, SC

#1 Sep 26, 2010
A ban is not in standing with the Constitution of the United States!
Smith

Goose Creek, SC

#2 Sep 27, 2010
Why would I support a ban on handguns? I support my 2nd ammendment rights
kimmy h

Bluffton, SC

#3 Sep 30, 2010
come on people even the president have people protecting him!!! whos gonna protect me? ME WITH MY GUN!!!!!!!!
SC Local

Summerville, SC

#4 Nov 15, 2010
2nd Ammendment makes this unconsititutional.

“OK, Here's My Shocked Face!!”

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#5 Mar 28, 2011
Gun control laws only protect criminals. They are going to get guns regardless of laws against having them. Why should law obiding citizens be made defenseless??
Ionosphere Negate

United States

#6 Jan 18, 2012
Are you kidding? Someone votes "yes" on anything regarding civil liberties (ie gay marriage) and not this, they are a MASSIVE hypocrite. Just to make that clear.

Guns should be licensed to be used in public or for hunting - like cars for the road, they should never be illegalized.
Criminals will always excel at breaking the law, while the law-abiding folk suffer at the hands of their own country. It's wrong in more ways than one.

No, I don't own a gun. No, I'm not a member of the NRA (I will be eventually). No, I'm not a gun-ho conservative. Having access to tools - no matter how dangerous or powerful - is a basic human right.

Every day we work with dangerous alternating current in our own homes, and there are so many house-hold items that could be turned into super-dangerous items, it's preposterous. Has anyone read the Anarchist's Cookbook? Seriously folks, this one's a no-brainer.
Law

Omaha, NE

#7 Jan 20, 2012
Ionosphere Negate wrote:
Are you kidding? Someone votes "yes" on anything regarding civil liberties (ie gay marriage) and not this, they are a MASSIVE hypocrite. Just to make that clear.
Guns should be licensed to be used in public or for hunting - like cars for the road, they should never be illegalized.
Why should they require licensing? How many other rights and liberties would you mandate the requirement to be licensed before they can be exercised? Where is "license" mentioned in the 2nd Amendment?
Ionosphere Negate wrote:
Criminals will always excel at breaking the law, while the law-abiding folk suffer at the hands of their own country. It's wrong in more ways than one.
No, I don't own a gun. No, I'm not a member of the NRA (I will be eventually). No, I'm not a gun-ho conservative.
What is a "gun-ho conservative" and what does it have to do with a handgun ban?
Ionosphere Negate wrote:
Having access to tools - no matter how dangerous or powerful - is a basic human right.
Every day we work with dangerous alternating current in our own homes, and there are so many house-hold items that could be turned into super-dangerous items, it's preposterous. Has anyone read the Anarchist's Cookbook? Seriously folks, this one's a no-brainer.
Then why aren't you clammoring for licenses for tools and to be able to use AC?
lrl

Columbia, SC

#8 Jan 19, 2013
ive carried everyday for past 8 years, never had a problem, who is going to protect my family if something were to happen

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