people with serious mental health problems or criminal records should be able to own guns.
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Dilara con will argue against people with serious mental health problems or criminal records should be able to own guns.
"The Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms and was adopted on December 15, 1791," Wikipedia
Why should somebody who has been acquitted of a crime be denied their 2nd amendment rights?
How is somebody who was acquitted also know as innocent endangering anyone? Also, why should somebody with minor crimes like spray painting be denied a gun? They should be able to own a gun they have done anything wrong or have only committed minor crimes.
Some jobs, like rural farming you need a gun or in Alaska. You really need a gun to protect yourself from wildlife. Some mentally handicapped people can function just fine in the peace of the country. Doing hard physical work like tending livestock.
"The young men, fresh from Texas state institutions for the mentally disabled, began arriving at Thurman Johnson's ranch in the rolling hills west of town in the late 1960s.
Johnson taught them how to raise turkeys and cows and perform other farm chores, then put them to work." cleveland.com
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Vote Placed by truthiskey 11 months ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Both Arguments were short. S+G to con
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