Poll: Do you think national gun registration is the first step toward confiscation?

In the recent article, NRA is firing back, Obama supplies the ammunition,  Michael Dorstewitz wrote:

“The National Rifle Association obtained a copy of an internal Obama administration memo that may change the course of the battle between firearm enthusiasts and gun control proponents. The discovery of the memo marks a serious blow to the Obama administration’s efforts to enact new gun control legislation.”

“The crux . . .  is that legislation such as an assault weapons ban and background checks would be ineffective in curbing firearm violence.”

A recent NRA ad said the document shows that the Obama administration “believes that a gun ban will not work without mandatory gun confiscation” and thinks universal background checks “won’t work without requiring national gun registration

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“Molon labe,” or “Come and take” is described by wikipedia as:  “A classical expression of defiance reportedly spoken by King Leonidas I in response to the Persian army’s demand that the Spartans surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae”

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13 thoughts on “Poll: Do you think national gun registration is the first step toward confiscation?

  1. Chad says:

    RUSerious: There is a huge difference between cars and firearms. Cars are not perceived as dangerous although they can be. Cars are not used to control people but firearms are — ask a robber. If firearms are in the hands of the government and not in the hands of citizens, then control is in the hands of a few. You need to study history, to prevent it from being repeated.

  2. fedup says:

    History repeats itself just like "fashion". What was old becomes new. Right of might always resurfaces. To have the right of might in todays age is the best firepower. The government knows that and they will have to remove that firepower to exert right of might over rule of law. The conversation from the government is that they are moving from the rule of law and they are not interested in being talked back from that.

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