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"The (Newtown) tragedy prompted calls for greater gun controls. But the NRA is resisting those efforts, arguing instead that schools should have armed guards for protection."
It's about lucre.
Cook County, Ill., which includes Chicago, recently implemented a $25 tax on each firearm sold in the county. Critics say the tax simply will drive gun sales out of the county. And we wouldn't want that. A sale is a sale, and all commerce is good. The Medellin Cartel agrees.
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The purchasers will rationalize each purchase in the standard terms (sport, personal protection, and, of course, "gummint comin'"). But understand, this was really about one reason: possession. Gotta have it. Keeping up with the Joneses' arsenal. Very American. But $900 for the privilege?
It was a knee slapper to hear the NRA float its "armed guards" idea.
We have an executive branch, a legislative branch and a judicial branch. Chamber of Carnage.
That intriguing parsing from the AP is most telling. The National Rifle Association is a separate branch of our government, a statutory check on the elected/appointed branches.
Or, use those dollars to help balance the federal budget. Lawmakers could do that, if they cleared it with the NRA, of course.
Instead of banning assault weapons
toaster, one's waffle iron, or one's AR 15.
Maybe it's wrong to drive up the price of Granny's Beretta by $25 when she must Images Of Fendi Monster Bag
choose between self protection and this week's bottle of gin. So, as a nation, let's refine Chicago's idea to see if something good can come of it. Assess a $200 federal tax on future purchases of each of the weapons prohibited by the assault weapons ban which expired in 2004. Let's face it; the ban is unlikely to come again based on NRA's expressed constitutional power of veto.
The fact that these weapons, whose only real utility is military style assaults, could fly off the shelves at such a price tells us something: Those who would possess such things could and would pay a much higher price. Short of keeping them off the shelves, as Congress would do if the NRA weren't part of our checks and balances, we should take these gun buyers up on their desires and see how much they would pay.
It's about sweet profit, which itself is owed to the most basic capitalist impulse: to possess to own, to have, to hold, Fendi Bag Sale to lock, to load, to project one's self through one's household appliance, be it one's Fendi Monster Bag Fur
No other human reaction could explain the fact that so many Bushmaster rifles got sold days after the weapon killed so many grade schoolers so efficiently.
It's about America's competitive spirit, the age old quest to be the first Glock on the block.
a very American condition. Understand, also, that its leverage has little to do with self protection, sport, or lofty claims about holding oppressive government at bay at gunpoint.
So instead, we say that based on a background check, you are welcome to these shiny metallic killing curiosities, but the price includes a whopping tax that contributes to a fund to help pay for what happens when firearms are used for non sporting, non self protection purposes.
However, if the gun lobby will consent to a $200 tax on the sale of each assault style weapon that shouldn't be sold to civilians anyway, maybe we could afford even the NRA's foolish notion about keeping children safe.
Understand and accept the fact that the gun lobby's clout is Fendi Hobo Bag Price
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