When The Government Said They Were Going To Regulate Fertilizer Sales, Did They Ban Fertilizer?

after the Oklahoma bombing? and did they come knock on our doors and confiscate the fertilizer we owned? Why are Right Wingers making out that gun regulations means ‘banning all guns, and taking our guns from our homes’?

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7 Responses to “When The Government Said They Were Going To Regulate Fertilizer Sales, Did They Ban Fertilizer?”

  1. Smells like New Screen Names says:

    Because discussing regulating gun sales is sane and rational.
    Rather than have a rational discussion, they insist it’s about a ban.

  2. Gee Wally says:

    Does regulating fertilizer infringe on the second amendment?

  3. What, Me Change? says:

    Because the primary use of fertilizer has always been universally accepted as benign and beneficial. The primary uses of guns has always been equally the same as all weapons; offensive, defensive and deterrence.

  4. kate1122 says:

    Because some of them will not have a sane, rational discussion. They hear the words gun control, or regulation and turn that into we want to ban all guns, and we want to take your guns away.

  5. aeriol7 says:

    They know it doesn’t mean taking guns from them, they just don’t want their names on a data base where the authorities, or real estate brokers or their neighbors can know who they are.

  6. Raymond says:

    The majority of gun owners will just ignore any unconstitutional legislation and the criminals DEFINITELY will. Regulation is pointless and only serves to harass the lawful citizenry.

  7. MJ says:

    “If I could have gotten 51 votes in the Senate of the United States for an out-right ban, picking up every one of them… ‘Mr. and Mrs. America, turn ’em all in,’ I would have done it. I could not do that. The votes weren’t here.” CBS-TV’s “60 Minutes”, February 5, 1995
    This quote is by Dianne Feinstein, author of the soon to be introduced ‘Assault Weapons’ Ban bill. No one should kid themselves. The goal is eventual banning of privately owned firearms altogether. But as you can see, the political capital just isn’t there…yet.
    How about this recent quote by New York state governor Mario Quomo?
    “Confiscation could be an option. Mandatory sale to the state could be an option. Permitting could be an option — keep your gun but permit it.”
    As you can see, the idea of confiscation is alive and well.
    Obviously there is no call to ban fertilizer, but to be clear, the right to fertilize is not specifically protected in the Bill of Rights.

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