In a controversial move today, both houses of Congress have approved a law requiring that each American purchase a firearm, and that parents have a firearm for each of their children under the age of 26.
"Public safety is a big concern for all Americans, and the skyrocketing cost of policing is something this economy just cannot bear. We have people free-loading on the police department all the time, calling them 24/7 for protection that they should be providing for themselves. Congress has simply done the responsible thing, mandating that...like it or not...every American is going to have a firearm in their home."
Yeah. Unlikely. But, hey, if we can be ORDERED by the Collective to buy health insurance (which I will defy, BTW), why the heck can't the BIG GOVERNMENT...in different hands...ORDER every American to purchase a firearm (or several) and keep them in their homes?
I mean, where does that end? And what are the limits on the central government?
Observations, The QandO Podcast for 24 Oct 13
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