Originally Posted by CrazyPhuD
The entire premise of gun control is based in discrimination. Hence why discriminating against the disabled is not difficult.
But to the OP this is really appalling that you would stoop this low. You do understand the issue here has nothing to do with gun rights, but actually everything to do with NOT discriminating against the disabled.
As I'd hope you'd no realize that being 'legally blind' doesn't mean you can't see perfectly fine with correction. BUT there are those in the anti-gun community who will do ANYTHING to restrict ownership of guns and would deny them to anyone they would be permitted to do so. If legally blind people can't have a CCW then should they even be permitted to own firearms at all? If your premise is they can't see so they can't be safe with a CCW then if they can't see then how can they be safe with any firearm???
Look I understand you're militantly anti-gun, but this is honestly appalling. That you would use discrimination against someone else's disability as a way to deny someone....anyone...the access/use of a firearm.
Would you say that no one who is legally blind should be permitted to drive? How about use any type of machinery(including kitchen) where they might hurt themselves or someone else?
Many of your posts about gun control have been ignorant and ill informed but this is the one that is truly repugnant. NO disabled person should be denied to participate in activities that the able bodied can do if reasonable accommodations can be made to allow them to participate.
****ing A man...you people like to say people who own guns have small penises....how small does your dick have to be to pick on the disabled?
Yeah, I'm just gonna go ahead and suggest you look at my history on the 2nd amendment and then I won't hold a grudge when you realize you've totally got me wrong.
In fact, I'm not sure which of my posts on gun control you've been reading or if you have me totally confused with someone else. Really dude, I am at a loss.
I'm just using liberal dogma to point out that they can't discriminate and deny basic rights based on a disability.
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