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[–] CatManDew 3 points -3 points (+0|-3) ago 

Yeah he has a right if he provides the right information. Just like how you have a right to drive, if you complete the required training and have the right information. Otherwise you'd have a bunch of fucks driving around with no license or insurance.

He has already been photographed before, saying you refuse to b/c of your religion/belief is just stupid. Sorry if prefer the majority of people to go thru the "system" on obtaining a gun; sure there are ways around it, but doesn't mean the current system is wrong.

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[–] hats_ 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Nobody has a "right to drive" - it's not in the Bill of Rights (or any Amendment). AT ALL. It's a privilege, so please rethink that argument.

There is, however, something called the Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights:

"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

I'm not quite clear on the "he's been on camera before!" argument, but saying that his religious beliefs are stupid is, well... kinda stupid. We have a First Amendment in the Bill of Rights, as well. I suggest you read over our Bill of Rights and, again, rethink what "Rights" are. :)

Here's a link to get you started.

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[–] jeegte12 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

but doesn't mean the current system is wrong.

you know what does mean the current system is wrong? the fact that we shouldn't have to ask permission to exercise our rights. i don't have to ask permission to say whatever i want, i don't have to get a permit to prohibit soldiers from living in my house, and i shouldn't have to ask permission to bear arms. the government does illegal shit all the time, and gun control is a prime example.