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I have to ask something: What are the rules in american society when it comes to getting a drivers license? Do you have to take driving lessons and make tests to show that you are capable of driving a car? And do you also have to take further lessons in order to get a license for driving trucks and so forth? How much of this is regulated at a state levels compared to governmental level?

And the argument that oppressed groups would stand a greater chance if they had guns available: no, they would still not stand a chance against a militarized government bent on oppressing some of its people.



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Puppyroach said:
I have to ask something: What are the rules in american society when it comes to getting a drivers license? Do you have to take driving lessons and make tests to show that you are capable of driving a car? And do you also have to take further lessons in order to get a license for driving trucks and so forth? How much of this is regulated at a state levels compared to governmental level?

And the argument that oppressed groups would stand a greater chance if they had guns available: no, they would still not stand a chance against a militarized government bent on oppressing some of its people.


Driving is pretty heavily regulated in the U.S. (though not as much as it should be) while guns are woefully unregulated. In my state, you could walk into a store, show the person behind the counter your license (drivers license, not a gun license) and walk out with a semi-automatic rifle.



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chapset said:
first crate a controversy that wasn't even happening, then claim victory over that made up controversy taht's the republican way ;)


so the atf, wasnt trying to ban m855 ammunition, their press releases and literature were fabrications of the republican party?



 

also who do i go to, to complain about the changing of my thread title. it was correct as is, the moderators bias and hatred of certain human rights does not warrant title change



 

here's an informative video about m855 ballistics:

https://www.full30.com/video/071df094616cf8c4e2c1bbcd6be59728



 

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SocialistSlayer said:
also who do i go to, to complain about the changing of my thread title. it was correct as is, the moderators bias and hatred of certain human rights does not warrant title change

It wasn't me this time, honest. (last time it was).

But i will say that calling it a human right like that creates a hysterical tone that invites uncivil discourse.

To be fair, i would say much the same about a lot of things. Rights have different baskets they go into, and to have a reasoned discussion on them, it's easier to categorize them rather than coming out swinging about how something is a violation of human liberty and dignity or something.



Monster Hunter: pissing me off since 2010.

and heres another good video about the ammo's "armor piercing" capabilities.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2TBoP9Aoow



 

Mr Khan said:
SocialistSlayer said:
also who do i go to, to complain about the changing of my thread title. it was correct as is, the moderators bias and hatred of certain human rights does not warrant title change

It wasn't me this time, honest. (last time it was).

But i will say that calling it a human right like that creates a hysterical tone that invites uncivil discourse.

To be fair, i would say much the same about a lot of things. Rights have different baskets they go into, and to have a reasoned discussion on them, it's easier to categorize them rather than coming out swinging about how something is a violation of human liberty and dignity or something.

thanks for the leveled response. 

though i would like to change the title to natural or inalienable rights. if that alright



 

Just ban all kind of gun and alchoolic drinks and we'll have a better world.



the_dengle said:
I don't get it. Unless one thinks civilians should be allowed to possess armed nuclear warheads, we already agree that a line must be drawn somewhere. What's wrong with having a discussion about where that line should be? Why is even bringing the line up considered an assault against freedom?


A hypersensitive fear response and/or partisan hackery.