2nd Amendment Question:
I have only one question--Sir, what is your stand on the 2nd amendment ? Also I do not beleive in the
mandatory registration of firearms for the simple reaso, as having been a former Peace Officer , I am
too familiar with the ...facts that criminals will obtain firearms , regardless of the laws that have been
enacted to prevent them from having a pistol, or a long gun. Thankyou.

Answer: As for manditory regisration on firearms. And, anything related to the people of a state from
where they live. That is their rights and the states should be who decides this issue.

American History: April 19th, 1775; The battle of Lexington. England wanted to know where the
weapons where stored in Concord Bridge and Lexington. To seize them  and supplies the colonists
had stored. That was then, regarded as the states right. Not to  disclose the whereabouts of the
peoples supplies including firearms.

Therefore, that today whether a firearm should be registerd is something that should be left for the
state to decide. Not for the Federal Government.
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