Ok so I have better things to do, so I am putting them off and this thought crossed my mind. It seems most pro-gun people are thought of a ignorant republican voting hicks? So where dose this group of pro-gun folks stand on various issues? I'm a registered Inpenedent, because I do not want to get attatched to one party and vote blindly for that party. Gun Control: I am all for keeping guns out of the hand of people who shouldn't have them, felons and the like. I believe that we have more than enough gun laws on the books and no new ones are needed anytime soon at least until we enforce the ones we have now. Most gun crimes and especially the ones that make the headlines were already done by someone or somewhere that having a gun was illegal, the laws did nothing to help that. I support the idea that maybe it is time to try gun education. As for the limits on the types of guns we can buy I personally have no need for an FA, but I see no reason why I cannot buy one there are enough ways to make guns FA that if you want one and have a brain you will have one. Immigration: I haven't come to a strong opinion on this at least for illegal immigration. While it is illegal and a plan needs to be put into action, I doubt a fence is going to work at least as a whole policy. I know that as much as some of our agriculture depends on them we would have serious trouble at least initially if there were no more illegals. Gay Marriage: I'm I bit of a radical here, but I do know its unlikely to happen. I think the government should just strike the word marriage from all legal documents, replace it with a civil union. That drops the religious aspect of it from the governement aspect. Let gays and straights get the civil unions and all the legal rights and protections. Then let each church decide who can and cannot get married in the religious sence of the word. I'm sure there are other pressing issues in politics, but I just wanted to see where the rest of the pro-gun crowd stands on the issues.