I haven't read the entire thread, so my apologies if someone has already expressed this obvious thought.
If there is a problem, one, of many, things we should do is to consider implementing new laws to alleviate that problem. Any proposed new law needs to pass two simple tests.
1. Will the new law actually have a significant, positive, impact on the problem?
2. Is the significant positive impact of this proposed new law substantially greater than the amount of harm, if any, that will be a byproduct of that law?
The proposal in this thread does not pass either of these tests. It would do nothing to prevent a criminal from obtaining a firearm.
So the answer is "no".
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- Fri Sep 06, 2019 12:00 pm
- Forum: Gun and/or Self-Defense Related Political Issues
- Topic: Would you support this gun private purchase restriction
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