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Old March 8, 2010, 04:19 PM   #47
C Philip
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I apologize if I've offended anyone. My only intention was to point out that being scared of the other guy having a gun is similar to what some people in the anti-gun crowd think, and that restrictions that everyone agrees on will be almost impossible to come up with. Both sides of the issue don't want certain people to have guns, and both sides want some kind of restrictions; the line between pro and anti-gun can become blurred.

I said in my first post that I agree the owner of the private property should be able to set the rules. So if we all agree that owners of private property should be able to set the rules, then:
Originally Posted by Glenn E. Meyer
Should 5 year olds be able to open carry full auto guns in Kindergarten?
The answer would be yes, if the owner of the school decides to allow it. The Second Amendment doesn't mention age.
Just playing devil's advocate here guys, I apologize again if my previous posts made it sound like I was accusing anyone of being a bad person.

Edit: I think the real issue here is whether or not the Second Amendment trumps private property.

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