On Tue, 27 Jun 2017 13:42:59 -0700 (PDT), GLOBALIST
Post by GLOBALIST Post by mg
On Tue, 27 Jun 2017 17:17:54 +0200, Jack Fate
Post by Jack Fate
So much for Werner's bullshit "Democrat shit holes".
Evidently, one can no longer read Washington Post articles
without subscribing, or at least I'm not having any luck
trying to read that article.
If the article is about stricter gun laws and more
aggressive enforcement of those laws by states, cities (and
districts), I've always been a big fan of having local
entities getting tough with their gun laws and tough on
people who violate them.
I liked New York's stop-and-frisk policy, for example, but I
don't think they do that, anymore.
Don't get me started.....the present mayor of New York is
a jerk and the cops can't stand him.
In general, the left wing wants to totally outlaw guns on
the federal level and the left wing and the NRA oppose
strict gun laws and tough enforcement on the local level.
The result is that a lot of people are dying.
In general, I like the idea of tough gun laws and tough
enforcement on the local, or state level, rather than a
country-wide ban. Why, for example, should Utahans have to
live with gun laws that were created to solve the problems
in places like Detroit, St. Louis, or Oakland, for instance,
when we don't have a problem?