Ole_grizzly wrote:I’m glad to see the inclusion of stiffer penalties, both for straw purchases, and stronger felonies sentences. As we all know background checks won’t solve mass shootings or daily violence. Getting violent criminals off the street and keeping them off will certainly help
I agree with this
I also think that no matter what the penalty is, offenders will rarely serve out their full sentences
Ole_grizzly wrote: Also I’ve got the kindling at my feet and I’m soaked in kerosene, but the negativity in this thread against husted and Dewine because they don’t do exactly what you want is really disheartening. His new proposals don’t seem to increase burdens on law abiding citizens, it gives sellers an option that doesn’t exist currently, and increases penalties against violent criminals and those that purvey them firearms.
EXACTLY what I want is constitutional carry, SYG, CHL's for voter ID, and his background check plan is going to "increase burdens on law abiding citizens" because anyone who doesn't use it is in danger of criminal negligence.
He is a far cry from exactly what anyone wants
Ole_grizzly wrote:Why do you think Dewine didn’t consult with ofcc? Likely because of this reaction and unwillingness to consider anything other than a narrow path that is simply unobtainable, that being the removal of notification and constitutional carry. Neither of which by the way address the daily and mass violence that is ever prevalent.
Why do you suppose DeWine CLAIMED he did consult with OFCC?
What part of this bill do you suppose would have prevented the Dayton shooting?
This bill is in response to that shooting, makes it harder on law abiding citizens, and as far as I can tell, wouldn't have stopped the shooting it is in response to, as far as I can tell.
Help me understand