Gun Laws In America How They Can Be Fixed Scotts Collage Year 9 Speech

628 words - 3 pages

“Guns don't kill people, people kill people” that is the quote from
the National Rifle Association.
So, what is the real problem with guns in the United States You
know many people through history have used guns for good and
bad things but recently a surprising number of people think that
banning guns is a good idea. They think that it will rid America of
gun violence but this isn't very good reasoning. The reasoning
behind banning guns basically is if guns can't be purchased or sold
and nobody can legally possess a firearm gun violence will not
happen, right, Wrong, bad people will always find ways to get
weapons for their bad deeds.
Banning guns just because they have an ability to kill people is like
banning a spoon because it has ability to make somebody fat, it
doesn't make much sense, does it? But it all depends on whose
hands the gun or the spoon is in as to whether it'll be good or bad.
I do believe that a firm gun control needs to be put in place
something like Australia has, better background checks and age
An example of this is within the last ten years a law was put in
place that nobody can own a handgun and any gun with a barrel
under 18 inches before they passed a certified handgun safety
If weapons are banned then citizens in harm's way can no longer
protect themselves from people with bad intentions.
Also, it's a constitutional right set out in the Second Amendment
which states “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”.
So, if guns are banned then it will break the Second Amendment
right and the basis america was founded on.
To show that guns aren't the problem and people really are, in
2014, there was...

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