They can only kill me once.
Gun Registration is Gun Confiscation
Is this the “database heard ‘round the world”?
So does this mean with this “Database” that Obama can finally track down all the guns he gave to those drug cartels in Mexico..Id really like to know what happened to all of those Fast and Furious guns he handed out to drug pushers
Wouldn’t the house have to pass this, too?
Could they not just vote it down?
And new debit cards will be issued with more funding behind them for those that snitch on their gun owning neighbors.
Michelle will organize her Youth Corps to ferret out which homes have guns.
Shooting ranges will have extensive video recordings, any place that offers parts ammo and firearms will have Echelon tracking the purchases.
We already have gun control - it is called the 2nd Amendment!
Doesn’t current legislation disallow the creation of such a database?
The Boy who would be King is treading on dangerous ground.
Just what Americans DON’T need. Another database loaded with their personal information for the hackers to hack.
THIS MUST FAIL!!!!!
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Why? I mean, what does this have to do with what sparked the idiotic overreaction? And what do they imagine will happen, aside from law abiding citizens creating more paperwork?
They are like a magic 8 ball with one answer floating inside. Whatdwe do about mass child shooting? “More power.” What about “hurricane” Sandy? “More power.” What about the “fiscal cliff”? “More power.” The debt ceiling? “More power.”
Our government doesn’t treat al Queda this way.
Just, out of curiosity, if registered gun owners reported their guns ‘stolen’ would they remain in the system as a gun owner?
Canada apparently gave up on their database.
We need our own database. Many have lists. We need to prioritize and focus.
The moment any anti-gunner suggest that there be some reasonable compromise, offer them this:
We will compromise by agreeing that every firearm transfer be subject to a check to verify that the buyer is legally qualified.
They will compromise in that the qualification process will not involve disclosing to the verifying agency any information about the actual firearm purchased, or even that a purchase actually occurred.
This means simply that unqualified buyers are in a database by their drivers license and other info, and anyone can call in to the 800 number or website, enter a buyer’s driver’s license number and name, and see if they’re allowed to purchase.
It’s nothing more than “carding” to show age qualification at the liquor store.
If you find the first part reprehensible, I understand and agree, but you can be sure that the anti gunners would never go for this, and the fact that they won’t proves that a confiscation-enabling database is their goal.
If I needed additional guns under those circumstances, I would just buy the parts and assemble (modify) them myself.