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Nude:

" In other words, don't ban guns. Ban the "people" who want to legally own a gun. "

If an individual is deemed to pose a risk to the public, due to mental instability or lack of safety, they shouldn't be allowed the deadly weapons with which they may cause great harm or death. A gun or fire arm, is not a toy and we the people do in fact have a right to say "No, you who are unsafe, you who would out of malicious or irresponsibility cause great harm or death to others, should in fact, not have or be allowed to have access to or possess on your person or in your home, a fire arm. Which a fire arm is a deadly weapon and tool only useful in imposing death upon another living creature."

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Before Obama, Clinton, and G.W. Bush wanted background check loophole closed at gun shows.

Bush's (and possibly Clinton's) argument was that the federal government created the loophole, so the federal government should close it.

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"By his executive order, President Obama acted to protect the citizens of the United States of America from death at an early age and untimely death through acts of domestic violence."

Acted? Did he issue an executive order on the matter?

Maybe I missed it.

whitehouse.g ov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/executive-orders

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@ Goodenuff. So far I haven't been able to find the complete text of Obama's EO. Only numerous summaries of it.

But, from what I have read you are right. I don't see any "new" restrictions on guns based on nomenclature, function or design. Instead, I'm seeing a backdoor approach to circumvent the 2nd Amendment by not further prohibiting any more guns. But rather prohibiting "We the People" from legally owning guns through exclusion. In other words, don't ban guns. Ban the "people" who want to legally own a gun. I'll give credit where credit is due. Obama is a crafty SOB.

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~~Universal Background Checks for Guns

There are currently 32 states in America that have no statewide laws requiring background checks for the private sales of guns.

This lack of statewide or federal universal background checks for guns leaves large loopholes for violent felons and the mentally disturb to easily gain access to guns as illustrated below.

By his executive order, President Obama acted to protect the citizens of the United States of America from death at an early age and untimely death through acts of domestic violence. When I president is sworn-in before a Supreme Court Judge, he takes the oath of office regarding matters such as domestic violence. You can read about it in your American Citizens Hanbook, p. 143. {Aricle II Executive Department}~~

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I'd have to go back and read the proposed HR 4629 language, but the barrel shroud clause was in the previous, now lifted, assault style weapons ban.

I'm unaware of an Executive Order being considered that would ban any firearms. Perhaps you can enlighten me as to where I can find information on such an EO being considered.

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Goodenuff. Where H.R. 4269 gets complicated is when it starts referencing barrel shrouds, grips, and ammo feeding devices. I can't speak for "Andrew". But the "barrel shroud" clause (IMO) would seriously restrict most semi-auto hand guns and and many semi-auto rifles. With the exception of the .22 cal. rimfire.

H.R. 4269 also goes into depths of weapon functioning. Gases from a spent round and inertia used to extract a spent shell casing to reload a second unspent round for the next round to be fired would be outlawed. Or that's the way I read it.

H.R. 4269 will never pass. But I'm sure Obama's "executive order" will be mirror image of it. I haven't seen the EO yet.

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~~The American Tombstone Territory Songbook will have a new tune for Second Amendment militia men to whistle in their anarchist compounds: The Legend of Outlaw Robert "LaVoy" Finicum. He fought the Law, and the Law won.~~

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Oops, forgot to say something

"A new bill was introduced in the house about a month ago that would ban all semi-auto firearms, H.R. 4269."

Read the proposed bill again, it does not ban all semi-auto firearms.

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