Well I was just about to mention drugs. Why does this philosophy not apply to drugs with many conservatives ?
So you're okay with a state banning all guns ?
If they make gun ownership difficult or even eventually try to ban ownership of firearms?Here is my prediction, I predict that if you make gun ownership more difficult, it will send some companies out of business (not Colt or or your bigger brands, though they will be hit too) those people will have 3 options a) government dole, b) black market c) new career. I am thinking a fair number of them will choose to make guns on the black market, and lets face it, just like prohibition, buyers will be everywhere. By doing what makes the left "feel good" they will actually be creating a "worse" situation. Guns that are unknown, unregistered, untraceable will flood the market. Capitalism will find a way, if a man has a trade, and the trade is in-demand, he may go into hiding, but I suspect a percentage of them would continue in that trade.Am I off-base in thinking this way?
But it does, it should never have been a Federal issue, it should always be a State issue.If a state wants to legalize say, drugs for example, let them suffer the consequences that entails.