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James Roberts: Law abiding citizens have right to defense

James Roberts writes:
We as human beings and law abiding citizens have a legal right to defend ourselves. Whether it be by self defense or whatever means possible. We have enough gun laws on the books already. With the FBI background checks already in place there should be a system to check for mental health problems, restraining orders or anything and I mean anything to keep you from buying a firearm when you should not legally be able to buy it to start with. All this information needs to be tied together when you purchase a firearm. Most of the questions on the FFL form are verified, but not all. I also believe that we are living in a time when more people should stand for defending our people from harm. If we need to put armed officers or armed teachers at every school, then so be it. Defense is the best offense. And remember that you donít take a butter knife to a gun fight! Thanks, James Roberts.
See also: - Page Candler: Outlaw military-like guns, like the AR-15

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