- From: "RD (The Sandman)" <rdsandman(spamlock)@comcast.net>
- Date: Sat, 15 Aug 2009 14:46:59 -0500
"tsar" <tsar@xxxxxxx> wrote in news:h66vi9$2nk$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:
"RD (The Sandman)" <rdsandman(spamlock)@comcast.net> wrote in message
"tsar" <tsar@xxxxxxx> wrote in news:h66qg6$rvc$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:
How many people think felons should be allowed to legal possess
That depends on whether the felon was convicted of a violent or a non
violent crime. A person convicted of a violent crime has already
shown a propensity to use violence to achieve an end. He/she
probably should not have that right restored.
So you oppose the Second Amendment?
Nope. However, like most rights it is not absolute and and the right was
removed from the felon using due process not a whim.
Sleep well tonight,
RD (The Sandman)
"The widest gap between liberals and conservatives is the blank
space between the First and Second Amendments to the US Constitution."
Peter McWilliams, author, "Ain't Nobody's Business If You Do".
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