Argumentative Essay On A Second Amendment

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Hold on a 2nd; Isn’t that an Amendment? Gun control laws have been a major debate over the last few years, especially in the last year because of all the mass shootings and acts of terror. Although it may seen like a helpful solution to ban certain guns or certain qualities of guns, it would not be the right thing to do. Gun control laws will not improve the safety of United States citizens and it is unconstitutional to revoke the second amendment. Most liberals say that more guns must mean more homicides (The Financial World). Although it may seem like taking guns away from our citizens will stop this problem, it will only worsen it. Think of it like this; if you smoke marijuana regularly, you’re going to find a way to get it, even though it’s illegal. The same goes for guns. If you are willing to…show more content…
Our president Barack Obama is all for gun control laws, while everywhere he goes, he’s protected by many guns. He knows that having protection of a firearm makes him safer, yet he wants to take away the rights of responsible gun owners. Another reason why gun control is a bad idea is that police officers can’t be on the scene of a crime the moment it happens (Kerryg). If I was being attacked, I’d feel a lot more comfortable with an assault rifle in my hands than nothing. The final reason why gun control is unright is because banning them would be an attack on the second amendment. It seems that as time goes by, the constitution becomes less and less important. Let’s take a look at prohibition. It didn’t work. All it did was create more crime and illegal buying of alcohol (The Party of Principal). This is the same thing that would happen with guns. Also, hunters and sportsmen would be penalized unnecessarily when they’re just doing something they enjoy doing (Conservatives United). We will not take away the right to own guns of the people of our

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