Yo! Here we go again with this interesting story about gun laws.
I offer this tale to the opponents of guns. Here is a new set of laws I propose that could be put in place to control guns by Congress. So read on and at the end, understand guns in the hands of criminals can’t be stopped by law.
In order to get a gun, a person must have a consent notice signed by both of his/her parent and notarized within 10 days of their birth. They must take an annual physiological test. They could not physically get a gun until they are on Social Security after the age of 65.
They would have to go to a government agency to get the gun – accompanied by both of their parents, who must sign for the acquisition of the gun.
The gun must be registered and the proper certification must be carried at all times by the gun owner. The new gun owner would be allowed to possess only one bullet – total.
The owner would not be allowed to carry the gun concealed but must keep it in sight at all times. This is necessary to alert any nearby law-enforcement officials that someone is carrying a gun so that they can keep them under strict observation.
Should the gun owner use their gun in any threatening manner, such as pointing it at anyone, the gun would be immediately confiscated and there would be no way to own another gun. This is in addition to the over 50,000 present gun laws.
Would the anti-gun faction be satisfied with these new regulations? Well, let’s review them.
A baby is born and before he/she leaves the hospital their parents sign a notarized consent notice. The potential new gun owner waits the required 65 years to insure that he/she are adults and will not use the gun in an immature manner. He/she goes to the agency with his parents to buy the gun. They get the one bullet and required carry a permit.
As they are leaving the agency, a 15-year-old hoodlum, seeing the gun in the new owner’s hand, decides to steal it, which he does and promptly shoots and kills someone with the one bullet. Due to the criminal’s age, he is brought to juvenile court and given a suspended sentence.
The anti-gun factions, however, are highly incensed at this senseless killing and they demand that there be stricter laws imposed on the ownership of a gun, in spite of the thousands of laws already on the books.
I say that we punish the criminal instead of punishing the lawful gun owners with more laws.