As of today we know that “Gun control” is a very popular demand here in the United States of America. Enforcing our gun laws here in the USA are sort of complicated for public authorities to handle. Why do we have guns on the streets? Is it because people are irresponsible for their owned weapon? Or maybe it is just easier for a person to get a gun anywhere faster than I can buy one from a different state the correct way. Why should this be possible? When will there be a time we could change this? After reviewing statics of how fast people can receive a gun, I’ve figured out that a person with a gun is more likely to commit a crime than a real criminal. So is this a reason to discuss why we should enforce gun laws more strictly? Yes, and it is a major priority and we need it handled.
2. Your first argument.
Our community is outweighed with these high powered weapons that beat our police. What are we suppose to do, not say anything? “Mayor Nutter says there’s no reason whatsoever that a civilian needs a military-style assault weapon”. There is way too much violence with guns today. I feel as though the law enforcement official has to put a stop to this gun violence, and soon make a change. Why should we have gun control laws if they would not be able to be enforced correctly by the proper authority? Of course if they are enforced a little more strictly people would understand that they have to give up. Only problem with our economy is, “A criminal can get an illegal gun faster than I can go buy one from another state”. I do not think that should be possible under any circumstances. This is the world we live in and I believe it is very unacceptable.
3. Your second argument.
Gun laws should be more strictly enforced because of the mass shootings we have recently had. We have kids shooting themselves with their parents weapons, school are be invaded, or people are holding very dangerous weapons in their home for example (butch masters,...