Re: Question (2nd Amendment related)
The gun issue?
I'm just saying, if there's this much of a divide in beliefs, where there really can be no compromise, what's the point?
We have no borders. We won't have a national language for long. Half the people believe in liberty, half the people believe in Statism.
At what point do we admit we're a country on paper only?
But yes, I 'spose this is off topic. Was more thinking out loud more than advocating.
Still, the fact remains, if you consider the things that actually make a nation a nation (borders, language, culture seems to be a sound definition), we don't meet that criteria at all.
But back to the topic at hand.
Guns are good. Only tyrants don't believe a people should be armed.
The facts are indisputable: The more gun laws, the more crime, the less liberty.