AAANNND... HERE WE GO AGAIN...!!!
OVERSTEPPING THE BOUND OF THE CRITERIA YOU YOURSELF SET...
AND UNNECESSARILY IMPOSING YOUR AUTHORITY ON YOUR CUSTOMERS FOR NO REASON AT ALL...!!!
AND... IT'S TOTALLY FIXABLE...!!!
IF ONLY YOU WILL...!!!
SO... FIX IT...!!!
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Replied toJim 24m ago
I understand the desire for "due process", Jim...
And I believe the concept should be kept in mind as a foundation for any kind of "red flag" law...
However, as others have pointed out, there are numerous examples of how our rights can be taken away, for a number of reasons, prior to our having access to due process.
And virtually all of those reasons, to the best of my knowledge, are for the safety of the public or the person.
So, it seems to me that if there are reasonable criteria, procedures, and time-frames laid out in the law...
That the "temporary" loss of the right of due process is an acceptable concession, considering the obvious consequences.
After all... we're only talking about limiting someone's access to firearms...
Not taking that person off the street and incarcerating them!