So, school shooting, followed by a school shooting, then a few more school shootings, then a concert shooting, followed by, I actually lost count to be honest with you. Many people are saying we have to stand up to the NRA, and I’m like, okay!? NRA is nothing, their just a Union Represent-or to the Constitutional 2nd Amendment and that’s it.

It’s true; we don’t have “good-enough” procedural law, rules set in place for “some-one” to follow relating to these guns. And here is what I mean by that. There are laws to purchase, but they’re not tough enough. If I ever win a Senator seat, I will offer to the members of Senators:

You cannot purchase a gun until your 25. If you’re under the age of 25, but NOT under the age of 21, you need to have 5 people backing you up as co-signers. At least 1 mental doctor and 1 shrink. The other people can be family related, community members.If you own a gun already, within the age ranges mentioned above, then you will have time to report yourself to Federal Government about your statue status of health, failure, can result in automatic fines, and perhaps jail time, not just automatic confiscation of your guns, to then no longer have guns in the future.

No one can purchase a gun of any kind under the age of 18, if you make an attempt; you’re automatically flagged, until the age of 40. Why, 40 seems to be a mentally stable age for thinking properly by man, and woman, however, you’ll still need to have a 5 member co-signing you off to make sure you can handle a gun or guns.

By the way, the catch for those 5 co-signers, they can’t have a record of any felony and/or misdemeanor, and they must be 30 Years of age or older. All guns must have serial number, failure to have, manufacturing, distribution Companies shall pay Federal Government fines if reports of complaints come in to investigate.

So, who should be LIABLE, if in the event of, well, how about this, RETAIL stores should be responsible in doing these back ground checks, if they fail, they get prosecuted to the fullest of the law, and sued. We should not blame manufacturing or distribution; they just make the guns, parts, etc…

You want tough laws; this is what I have come up with. Now my question is, why has no one in Congress even made media attempt on this, or even in Senate? Your guess is as good as my, but hey, this is an idea, solve a problem. And why not, could work. One way to put more control of a bad situation, right, but again, I have not heard of any better ideas. Even I don’t feel safe having my kids at school thinking something will happen next.

– Nikolay Nikolayevich Bey

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