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Old May 1, 2009, 06:53 AM   #10
mskdgunman
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I think the problem is with Govements (any of them) trying to legislate common sense which we all know is impossible. When a politician feels impotent on a particular matter, the instinct is to try and pass a law regulating that behavior. Sometimes a particular behavior doesn't attract the atention of a law maker until it touches them personally...then it's a big deal and something needs to be done NOW! Our current pending seatbelt law is a prime example. A politicians child gets killed in an accident while not wearing a seat belt and all of the sudden it's a major issue. The whole incident with the child getting killed with the Uzi was bad supervision and bad luck. Law's won't change that
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