A few weeks ago, I was driving through Denver, where I live, and I was surprised to see a bunch of people carrying guns on the streets.
I was curious about how this would affect my neighbors, so I drove by their homes and saw their guns.
I told my sister, “Well, this would be a good thing for my neighbors if you have one of those guns in your house.”
“Why would I want one?” my sister asked.
“You know, to shoot people,” I said.
“No, that’s not a good idea,” my sister said.
She then started to explain the implications of the law.
“The only way to protect yourself is to have a handgun, a handgun that can’t be fired,” she said.
It made me wonder if this law could possibly be applied to me as well.
“What if I’m going to be the next guy in my family?” my father asked.
My sister said, “That’s exactly what I was thinking, too.”
“Then why not me?” my mother asked.
I couldn’t answer that question.
After a while, my mother and I drove to the gun store, and we found out that I could not get a gun without a permit.
The store clerk told us that the only way for me to get a permit was to have my name and address on the gun, which is a formality that requires two weeks of waiting for the permit to come through.
“It’s all about waiting,” my mother said.
So my father and I are both in violation of the state’s new gun laws, and now we have to deal with the consequences of that.
As I said earlier, gun ownership is not about whether you are a law-abiding citizen.
It is about who you are and where you live.
It also means that guns are a powerful tool in a culture of fear.
If my father had a gun, I don’t think I would be in trouble at all.
But if I had a knife or a gun and a knife fell out of my purse or my pocket, I would probably be in real trouble.
If I were to lose my job, my children might be hurt.
If a neighbor saw me carrying a gun with a knife in my hand, I’m pretty sure he would be more likely to think that I am a danger to the public than if I were just a regular citizen.
My parents have guns in their homes, and they know that the law will come after them.
It’s a little scary to think about.
The laws on the books in Colorado, California, and New York state, among others, are based on the assumption that guns can be used to kill people.
I have a hard time seeing why anyone should not be able to carry a gun wherever they like.
The reality is that guns don’t really kill people, and if they did, we wouldn’t be having this discussion.
So why should we care what guns we have in our homes?
One reason is that they are extremely useful in certain situations.
They are used to defend themselves when they need to shoot at people, when they are being stalked, when their home is under attack.
And it is important to keep guns out of the hands of people who should not have them.
But that is not what I am concerned about here.
My concern is the gun laws we are imposing.
I do not believe that a law that restricts the possession of guns will stop criminals from obtaining them.
There is no question that the possession and use of guns in crimes has increased over the years.
But the law that I propose to repeal would prevent criminals from getting guns.
If guns were legal, and everyone had guns, then everyone would have guns, and the problem would go away.
That is not the case.
I think that most of the gun crimes we are seeing today are not committed by law-breakers but by people who were trained to use guns in a violent way.
These are people who have become dangerously dependent on guns.
They need guns for self-defense and for self-defense against others.
We cannot allow this situation to continue.
In Colorado, for example, there have been over 300 fatal shootings by people armed with guns.
The vast majority of these shootings have occurred in schools.
We have been talking about the need to protect the public schools from violent criminals for decades.
But in the last few years, the situation has gotten much worse, and in fact, we are already seeing more and more cases of gun violence.
One of the problems with the law is that it requires that criminals and their accomplices have guns.
This is a very dangerous law, because it allows people who want to use their guns for crimes to obtain guns and keep them.
And the law also encourages people to buy guns for people who do not have a permit to use them for crimes.
So if someone is not