I've already conceded to "reasonable limits", if you ever read posts rather than, like several of the resident conspiracy nuts here, only what you want to read, you'd see me the likening to "limits" here is more akin to "banning" guns, which you quoted and based most of your response and thus pointless reiterations around.
Nope...you've just side-stepped what my initial post and my follow up reply's point was which, once again, not being that I disagree with your assertion that people in the U.S. aren't against regulations...but instead against these comments of yours.
Given I value all my rights, not just the ones I personally use, a right so explicitly declared should not be given up because some extreme few go leaps and bounds outside that realm
gun control is a euphemism for ban on guns entirely which is both asinine and unconstitutional.
The notion that gun control in the states prevents gun crime has long been unfounded and is living in fantasy land.
And 'likening' limits to banning is not even close to being 'alike'. And it's totally not what you said....I mean i'm literally quoting your own words saying "a right so explicitly declared should not be given up because some extreme few go leaps and bounds outside that realm"
How does that even remotely liken you to supporting giving up handguns or assault weapons entirely, though they're over-reachingly protected under the 2nd amendment??
You're either a very confused person or you're a blatant opposite mouth sided double-talker.
Newsflash: Guns are readily available worldwide, even the ones used during the Batman shooting. A person who that badly wants to get their hands on a gun in the US, regardless of laws, would get their hands on one. Nature in the US is that killing someone is more of an option than most other places in the world, especially compared to other first world nations. That nature has to change on it's own, no degree of background checks nor gun bans nor dumb ass ???? laws will change nature.
When did I say they weren't available world wide?? The average person who can't access guns won't go to the lengths of going overseas or across the border to illegally smuggle and purchase a gun to commit a heat of the moment gun crimes, at the rates that they are being committed currently when guns are able to be purchased without background checks and in many cases no waiting periods, or that are readily available within their reach.... if there was a ban in place.
Uh, yeah, given your argument that's exactly the purpose it had. Nice try though in pinning responsibility for what you post on someone else.
Yeah, nice try indeed.
Why don't you take your own advice and take responsibility for your own words, that i've clearly quoted on a couple of occasions now.