Yes he was responsible, others would simply have done nothing and waited until the next morning to see if one of his neighbors was dead. You never made a mistake in your life?
As you say, till we all meet again. I wish you 'Sweet Journey',
How do you tighten a background check?
I Like the quote on the top of that report:
Joe Biden: ‘We Don’t Have Time To Prosecute Everybody Who Lies’ On Background Checks'
But yet we want to expand background checks.
A few questions that I have are:
South Carolina has less restrictive gun laws apparently, so.... How is a 'straw purchase' different in South Carolina than it is in say, California?
If the majority of crime guns that end up in New York City are obtained through straw purchases, why not increase the penalty and publicity for this type of crime?
In 2009, the number of guns exported out of South Carolina was twice the national average. How do they know since firearms are not tracked after purchase?
If the ATF cannot release which dealers are responsible for the bulk of straw purchases, how did Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg know to sue Mickalis Pawn Shop in Summerville, S.C. for supposedly selling a large number of firearms to straw purchasers? If Mayor Bloomberg says the ATF is 'asleep at the switch', how then is that the fault of the dealer who does the required background check and is told by the ATF that the sale is approved? If the ATF is asleep at the switch, how will requiring even more background checks resolve the problem? Sounds like we need to fix the ATF and get them to enforce the laws we already have.
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