Imagine the legislation…
The buyer would have to go to an approved gun dispensary. The dimensions of the dispensary would be strictly regulated and the dispensary might end up in a seedy part of town in an unmarked building. The gun dispensary owner would not be allowed to advertise. Because the regulations would be difficult to meet, there would be less than a handful of dispensaries legally licensed to sell firearms. A person from Amarillo might have to drive to Galveston to get one.
The free speech rights of anti-gun protestors would be protected. Prospective gun buyers would not be shielded from protestors petitioning or discouraging the buyer from purchasing a gun as long as the protestors do not approach within a certain number of feet from the buyer and refrain from touching the buyer.
It would be illegal for anyone to refer the buyer to a gun dispensary. However, it would not be illegal for an anti-gun organization to masquerade as a gun dispensary for the purposes of shaming the prospective buyer or talking him or her out of buying a gun. No exceptions to this advice rule would be made for hunters or other people who may have a specific use for guns that does not include the potential for shooting people.
The gun dispensary owner would need to provide proof of education in the types and uses of firearms. A degree from an accredited university would be the only proof accepted. He or she would need to be licensed for each type of firearm. An assault weapons ban might mean that the buyer would have to travel to one of the few places in the country that sells them to get one.
Prospective buyers would be required to undergo mandatory counseling on the use and effect of firearms. The buyer would not be able to opt out of this counseling. If the buyer still wants to buy a gun after the counseling, he or she would need to sign a form certifying that they are aware of the dangers of the use of firearms and that using them may cause lifelong emotional damage and sexual impotence to the user.
During the counseling session, the seller will show the buyer photographs of gun shot victims. The victims will be shown with their heads blown off and their bellies eviscerated. The emotional anguish of gunshot victims’ families will also be shown in visual and auditory form. No compensatory images of poor hunters feeding their families will be permitted. The audio and video portion of the presentation must be intrusive enough to be unavoidable to the prospective buyer.
After the presentation, the gun seller will read the consent form to the buyer again and ask the buyer to affirm that they are aware of all of the dangers associated with the purchase of a gun. The seller will also be required to discuss alternatives to firearms, such as compound bows, boomerangs, snares and vegetarianism. There will be an emphasis on vegetarianism to ensure that the teachings of certain religions are promoted with the acquiescence of the state. Adherence to Hindu or other plant based religions would not be necessary for the buyer, only recognition and understanding of the deep ethical philosophy behind religious vegetarianism.
No exceptions would be made to save the health or life of the buyer. Medical reasons for hunting, such as a prescribed Caveman Diet to prevent intestinal inflammation of a debilitating nature due to celiac disease, or the existence of a restraining order from a abusive spouse, would not be acceptable excuses for failing to attend the mandatory counseling session or meeting all of the other requirements before obtaining the gun.
There will be a mandatory 72 hour waiting period to give the buyer an opportunity to change his or her mind.
It would be illegal for the counseling to take place over the phone or the internet.
After the waiting period is complete, the buyer would be required to return to the gun dispensary for the mandatory rectal examination of the prostate with an ultrasound device. The purpose of this examination is to determine the state of the prostate prior to gun purchase and to assure that the buyer understands the risk to his sexual health. A similar examination will be made of a woman’s rectum for no good reason but if she is engaged in buying a gun, she has already given her consent to an anal probe.
After this examination, the gun buyer would be allowed to purchase the gun and go on his or her merry way, provided walking is still possible.
The above regulations would not be considered intrusive or burdensome to your 2nd amendment right to bear arms.
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