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My teacher has written a proposal for gun control and we are trying to get the word around. Here is his idea: Common Sense Gun Control Legislation Proposal While the pundits debate the issue of gun control in light of the recent massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School one of the major points that have been left out of the discussion is responsibility. With the gunman being dead as well as the gun owner, his mother, who unwittingly provided access to a mentally ill individual; who now takes responsibility for the multiple loss of lives and tragic psychological aftermath? For too long these events, dramatic as they are, and those that happen in isolation on the urban streets of America, that do not rise to the level of national media attention, yet having the same effect and lacking a responsible party that makes amends. The criminal justice system has not been able to offer the level of responsibility necessary to offset the grieving parents, friends, and relatives of those who have been victims of such violence. Therefore, to curtail this type of violence, while not tramping on the second amendment rights of those who choose to own, trade, sell, and use guns, responsibility is the only viable options to ask of them. Homeowner are responsible for carrying insurance on their home to protect the finance company from harm when something happen to the home while it is still mortgaged. They must carry this insurance throughout the life of the loan. This insurance allows protects the home owner in the event that an non-occupant suffers injury on their property, for whatever reason, recognizing the homeowner’s responsibility to maintain their property and prevent harm to other as a result of their ownership. Automobile owners carrying, at a minimum, liability insurance on their vehicles to protect the finance company, other drivers, and pedestrians from harm, in the event of an accident, that is the owner’s responsibility. They must carry this insurance throughout the life of ownership or suffer a penalty, if they forego their responsibility. Doctors must carry malpractice insurance, while practicing in their profession, to protect the trusting public from those operating with disregard for established medical practice or error resulting in harm to individuals who trust that they will do their best to protect them from harm, thereby acknowledging responsibility for their actions that lead to harm or injury to others. The point therefore is that gun owners and manufacturers by extension must be held accountable for loss of life, personal injury, and loss of income that results from injury from guns that are their right and responsibility to own and manufactures whose guns get into the public at large without ownership attached. How do we achieve responsibility and common sense gun control balance against one’s second amendment right? 1. Insurance companies should develop a Gun Owner’s liability policies, similar to automobile liability insurance that compensates victims and their family members’ loss and injury, if the owner’s gun is used in any incidents that results in loss or injury that is not within the strict limits of their constitutional right of protecting their home.
2. Policies develop by the insurance industry should have various tiers of ownership, such as, assault Rifles purchased, one level of liability, assault rifles purchased with high capacity magazines or bought later, another level of liability, automatic hand guns, automatic hand guns with modified clips, revolvers, and rifles for hunting. 3. Bullets should be taxed based upon the structure of liability mentioned in point number two. Assault rifle and cop killer bullets, one rate, and all other taxed at another rate. This will increase the revenues to the government, states, and cities for gun education and enforcement of insurance or confiscation of guns not found in compliance. If cigarettes and alcohol can be taxed as a threat to Americans, so can bullets. 4. Straw sells of guns that are not recorded or the liability insurance not required by any one selling a previously owned guns results in the liability coming back to the original owner. 5. Guns should be required to have se
Several different methods of identification that allows tracing back to the original owner. Those guns that are not able to be traced back to the original owner due to manufacture non-compliance should be the responsibility of the manufacturer who also must have blanket liability insurance for every gun produced until sold at the wholesale or retail level. 6. Guns stolen from an owner’s home, although reported do not divorce the owner from liability for its subsequent use that causes injury or loss of life. The owner still has to carry liability insurance until the gun is recovered or destroyed. Failure to maintain the insurance results in personal liability that can be perused in civil action without caps, and if they are a homeowner that policy be
Becomes liable. 7. Collector’s must also carry another level of insurance that contains restrictions for display, such as, no firing pins in weapons on display and an escalation clause for not abiding by the restrictions and the ultimate use of the gun that results in injury or loss of life. 8. Current gun owners should be subject to liability insurance as well, no grandfathering of their firearms should be allowed. 9. All gun, ammunition, and magazine sells should accompanied by a paper trail and forwarded to the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms until a national data base can be developed to record such sells at the point of origin. Sell can then be tracked for anomalies, such as excessive purchases and stock piling. 10. All gun owners should be required to license themselves through their respective states with the licensing being subject to renewal every five years or whatever length of time driver’s licenses are required. 11. License renewals should be subject to cross
You know, speech can also be dangerous, inciting riots or causing panics. I made this modest proposal: 1. Anyone who speaks in public (including via print, internet, radio, tv) must be required to carry Speaker's Liability Insurance. 2. Such policies can be varied by how many people that person's speech is expected to reach. 3. Words should be taxed. Certain offensive words should have extra taxation. 4. Speech must carry identifiers, so all such speech can be tracked to the actual person, not some alias. 5. All speech must be registered with government, complete with paper trail. 6. All speakers should be required to license themselves through their respective states with the licensing being subject to renewal every five years or whatever length of time driver’s licenses are required. Well, you get the idea. Admit it, your ideas are aimed solely at discouraging gun ownership, not reducing crime or misuse. How would you feel if a right you valued highly were under similar attack?
That would limit a constitutional right to people above a certain income (able to afford the insurance), and illegal sales/possession would still not be effected. The most dangerous guns are actually handguns, and the vast majority of gun related deaths occur with one to three shots, so if insurance was applied accordingly, handguns and cheap bullets would actually be the most expensive to own. If the ATF were simply allowed to enforce the current laws (as they are currently restricted from doing), that would be an effective strategy, and would be as if new laws were enacted since the laws were previously unenforced.
I got through the first 3 lines of that bit of nonsense and decided that the rarest commodity on earth is common sense. Your teacher certainly has a lack of I and besides that has the idea that the primary job of teachers was political indoctrination. That was the agenda in Germany during the 1930's and early 1940's. Joseph Goebbels laid the foundation.
There IS ONE gun control law that does prevent crime: When Kennesaw ohio mandated that citizens have handguns, ammo and know how to use them, their crime rate plummeted. Not just "gun crime" but ALL CRIME. Violence rates decrease when private citizens are armed and trained. that, you can add... 1.Hold parents accountable for their children's actions until independent. 2.Make defending yourself against criminals a national law. 3.Enforce current laws against assault, rape, robbery, and murder--there are way too many real criminals on the street. 4.Eliminate laws requiring jailtime for non-violent offenses. 5.Require thieves work to pay back whatever they stole. Your teacher is missing the whole point, and is falling into the trap of believing what the anti-gunners are saying. Their goal is not to deter crime or end injuries. They are ONLY interested in controlling the populace. Anti-gunners want everyone *else* to surrender, while maintaining armed guards, police and military for themselves. -- How do I know? They ONLY make a fuss about victims of “gun violence,” but ignore the (usually unarmed) victims of “plain ordinary violence.”
And a $15.00 per round tax on all ammunition larger than .22 long rifle.
It would be hard to live in your red tape world
I don't think anybody is going to read all that