If you have no idea what the existing gun control laws say, what an actual gun IS (meaning what the parts are, what they do, what the safety features are), and can't tell the difference between a revolver and a semi-auto pistol, how can you possibly provide your legislator with an informed opinion? How can you have any idea if the changes they propose are remotely similar to your vague desires to do "something" even when you can't even articulate what "something" is?
Before flouncing off demanding changes, don't you first have a duty to the safety of your children and family to know what it is you want to change?
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Answer by Alisim at 2:48 PM on Dec. 17, 2012
If making guns illegal will get them off the streets, why don’t we try it with meth and other drugs?
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