17 March 2018

Again With The Reading

The problem with Fix-NICS isn't the bill to fix NICS.

Many of the issues that are being cited as being part of fix-NICS are actually problems with having a NICS at all.

When you start digging, it's complaining about people being denied their rights already, under the current laws.

Forcing the subsidiary governments of the US to report more accurately their lists of prohibited people doesn't change the underlying law that's unjustly denying the rights to people already.

But for some reason the critics of fix-NICS aren't even trying to get that part fixed while another part, that's undeniably broken, is.

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