Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Jake!, Apr 4, 2009.
Those who have been grandfathered. It doesn't apply to people who don't currently possess them, which is fucking retarded.
They're also saying that compromises might be made with other political parties in order for this bill to pass... which means bad things for firearm owners in Canada.
It's a wolf in sheep's clothing.
That right there is the scariest part of the entire article.
Well, it's not much different from your situation. Most libtards want guns taken away despite your amendments/constitution...
It's all very tiring, to be honest.
Yeah. But for the most part, we still outnumber our extreme libtards.
Sadly, we're heading the way of Canada. Slowly, but surely.
I just don't understand why people keep trying to force everybody else into living according to what they think is "appropriate."
I mean, whatever happened to the libertarian ideal?
It's just... I don't know, I feel like I'm surrounded by complete fucking morons who want to tell me what to do, when to do it, and of course, how to do it. Why can't we just be left alone?
Because they know what's best for you, you ignorant hick.
i would gladly allow guns banned in America if they could somehow guarantee every gun in the country would magically disappear
Look at Canada go
It goes beyond ending the gun registry by extending the term of all gun licences to 10 to 12 years, as well as allowing licensed owners to get as many handguns and restricted semi-automatic tactical or military weapons as they want over a period of 10-year period without requiring approval from the chief firearms officer.
gimme them tits
The bill wasn't passed. Nor did Bill C-391 which just removes the need to register non-restricted firearms. C-391 finished it's second reading through the house of commons with a 27 vote lead over the "nays". It has been passed in principle, but now goes to committee where it faces internal debate. Although it can't really be changed because the bill touches on so little, they can stall it for a maximum of 90 days I believe.
Also, there is talk within the liberal camp about decriminalizing unregistered weapons and improper storage in lieu of passing this.
It'll probably get royal assent in spring of 2010.