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To protest against the current crazy gun control laws, here's a stamp.

As the Second Amendment states: A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

But some of our politicians, especially Senator Feinstien, are trying to get guns, especially assault weapons ban with some new bills.

Here's what some of the new bills say (need more info please):

S-150:

[link]

Petitions (need more petitions):

[link]

[link]

[link]

Stamp base: [link]

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Good Bills:

OPEN in a Nutshell: [link]

FIA stamp: coming soon

Intolerable Acts version 2.0:

SOPA: [link]

ACTA in a Nutshell: [link]

C-11 in a Nutshell: [link]

NDAA (Meet): [link]

TPPA (Meet): [link]

HHS in a Nutshell (chibi): [link]

TPPA in a Nutshell: [link]

NDAA/ PIPA in a Nutshell: [link]

Protest stamps:

Stop Cybersecurity act of 2012 stamp: [link]

Anti-Cybersecurity act of 2012 stamp: [link]

EEA stamp: [link]

I Don't Support the HHS Mandate: [link]

Say no to COICA: [link]

Say no to Gun Control: [link]

Bad Future prediction:

[link]

Downloads (You can fave, download, and re-submit these) :

ACTA: You're here.

CISPA: [link]

TPPA: [link]

TPPA (Japanese version): [link]

HHS Mandate: [link]

New one: ACTA's Back (CETA): [link]

Petitions (You can fave, download, sign it, and upload it) :

CISPA DevArt petition: [link]

HHS Mandate DevArt petition: [link]
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:iconj4142000:
j4142000 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014
Guns don't kill people. People kill people.

What's next, knife control?
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MK-R Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
:iconthisplz: YOU WIN A PLATE OF CHOCOLATE COOKIES :3
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Rappel82 Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2014   Artist
:icongunplz: :iconibmplz: :iconcopyright-plz::iconhahaplz:
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:iconjothecatlover:
jothecatlover Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Guns kill WAY more people than they save. They don't "protect" anyone. I don't care what the second amendment says.
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KINGRIEVOUS Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
If you can get past my front lawn, and take these guns, you are more then welcome to have em.


.....If, you survive.
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PoliticalViolet Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014   General Artist
I've seen you on a bunch of these stamps, totally agree :) 
There's lots of gun control in Canada, look how peaceful we are!
What gets me the most is when people like this bitch about how their "rights are being taken away" and then they go hate on homosexuality. 
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jothecatlover Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah.
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:iconrandompancake1108:
RandomPancake1108 Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2014
There's a difference between gun control and gun banning.  It's like if just the slightest rule to gun ownership is considered, it's a threat to the 2nd Amendment.
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TornadoWraith88 Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014
Allowing common people in the United States such simple, easy access to guns is honestly an awful idea. I'm Australian, and thus I'm probably going to get a lot of flak for having an opinion about this, but look at it this way. 

- In America, people who aren't of sound mind and who have plans to walk into a school or shopping centre and shoot the shit out of hundreds of innocent people can simply walk down the street to a gun shop and acquire the means for doing so. They do this frequently. 
- In Australia, people who aren't of sound mind and who have plans to walk into a school or shopping centre and shoot the shit out of hundreds of innocent people have next to no way of acquiring a weapon to do so. There are basically NO mass-murders here. The ever-so-frequent mass murders in America, on the other side of the world, shock us so much that they are huge news over here. You should have seen all of our news coverage of Sandy Hook. None of us could fuckin' believe it. 

- One murder with a gun in Australia is shocking enough to make state news and stun an entire state if not the whole country, and remember, our states are a lot bigger than yours. 
- Murders with guns in America happen shockingly frequently, so much so that many of us here in Australia are scared of even going there. My mother refuses to ever take her kids on a holiday to the States because of how dangerous it is - anyone, criminal or not, seems to be able to buy deadly weapons at the local mall. She believes that were we to go to America someone would probably shoot us dead for no reason other than 'wrong place, wrong time'. 

- In Australia, we can walk around at night on our own with little to no risk, even in big cities. 
- In America, you cannot, without a massive risk of being mugged, killed or raped on the streets.

(Note - I have not once claimed that the above is based on any real statistics or the like - this is just the reputation your country has, even if it's just among a few foreigners. I'm speaking as an amateur, from my point of view, which isn't something I do often.) 

- If there were no guns YOU'D HAVE NO NEED FOR SELF DEFENCE BEYOND A BASEBALL BAT OR SOMETHING, and not this incessant shootout-every-five-minutes bullshit.
- When illegal gun trafficking started to get bad in the state in which I live and there was ONE shooting death in my local city, the police went into a huge crackdown on organised crime (biker gangs) - and by huge I mean publicly naming and shaming organised criminals, broad daylight raids and closing-down of criminal hangouts, and driving every single person with biker affiliations out of the state, threatening them with serious consequences if they were heard to be so much as talking to their crime-partners again. In America, organised crime seems to be completely brazen, rife and... EVERYWHERE. 

Really. America's gun situation is out of control. To us, it's sickening. The guns really do just need to stop. Innocent people are dying by the kindergaten-load here.
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YukonSilvermoon Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2014
But ehrmm...  You forgot about how little old me isn't hurting anyone, and that by taking away my hobby isn't going to save any lives.  
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TornadoWraith88 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2014
'hobby?' :? What would that be?
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:iconyukonsilvermoon:
YukonSilvermoon Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2014
I go out and... Shoot... o.O  That's what I do.  Targets, skeet shooting, plinking tin cans, ect, and not a single person nor animal has died. o:
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:icontornadowraith88:
TornadoWraith88 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2014
Fair enough. I myself have done that a few times, with Air Force Cadets and with gun-owning friends in the countryside. But here in Australia you need a license, and permits, and those are very hard to get, and everyone who tries to get a gun even legally is submitted to massive amounts of background checks and evaluations to make sure it's just a hobby and a hobby only. You don't seem to have that many restrictions in America at all, and thus people are dying by the hundreds - violent, bloody deaths. 
I'm just saying that guns need to be put under much heavier restrictions in the States, really. It's the only cause of action to prevent massacres like Sandy Hook. The gun crime rate in America shocks us, and in the worst possible way, but it's unsurprising considering that your country is just full to the brim with guns than anyone can buy and use. This shouldn't be the case, that's all I'm saying. 
So yeah, your hobby might not be hurting anyone, but that doesn't mean that guns shouldn't be restricted for the greater good and so that those who would hurt people can no longer do so so easily. ^^
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:iconyukonsilvermoon:
YukonSilvermoon Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2014
Would you be willing to listen to another suggestion, or will you just call me an extremist?
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:icontornadowraith88:
TornadoWraith88 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2014
Nah, I try to always listen. Go ahead. ^^ 
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:iconyukonsilvermoon:
YukonSilvermoon Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2014
Well, basically, at my high school, we had a police officer called an SRO (Student Resource Officer) who carried a gun.  To my knowledge, lower level schools, such as Sandy Hook Elementary do not have officers on duty.  The fact is, you can't just get rid of guns.  It doesn't work like that.  They call those places "gun free zones," yet ironically, the seem to be the only place where a madman can run rampant.  This is because the people who abide by the law will not carry in those ill fated areas.  Now, by the same logic, you should be dodging bullets left and right when at a gun show, but you aren't.  If there had have been a trained police officer or a teacher, trained as much if not more, who has a concealed carry permit at that school, there would have been a chance to save lives.  A lot of people play that up as if there would be MORE deaths, but if you are trained, you will know the bad guy from the good guy.  In all, you can't just make them disappear, and you can't just ban them, because only the people who follow the law and do the right thing will be left defenseless to criminals who decided not to turn them in.  To be honest, I feel safer keeping guns in my home.  It's like wearing a seat belt, except my seat belt rocks out to the tune of 3000FPS.  Now I know you didn't mention this, but "assault weapons" is a subject I take very seriously.  The AR15 is not a military weapon.  It is stylized after it, but that's where the similarities end.  Inside, it is as docile as grandpa's hunting rifle.  Let's say you take... Well... An early 90's Holden Commodore and put a bodykit and big wheels on it.  Does that make it faster?  No.  "Assault weapons" are honestly nothing more than fancy looking hunting rifles with cool aesthetics.  

And THAT'S my story OuO
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hannahelizabethh Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2013  Student General Artist
I AGREE! :D
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1980goldclick Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013
You need a Smith & Wesson .357, a glock, and an m1911 for protection from muggers,carjackers, and rapists.

You need a Mossberg 500 shotgun and a Remington 870 shotgun for protection from burgulars and robbers.

And you need an AR-15 and an AK-47 to deal with ANYBODY who tries to take to above away, and threaten or try to kill you.
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1980goldclick Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2013
There are 316,404,000 million+ people in the USA. Roughly 45%-50% of those people are gun owners. If an "ASSAULT WEAPONS BAN" was enacted and signed, it WOULD cause a BLOODY revolution that would kill millions of people. And enraged gun owners would hunt down the senators,congress people,mayors, and governors who enacted the legislation.
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12344444444 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2013
Gun control can lead to civil war in east part of usa

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ChaoticDarkAngel Featured By Owner May 24, 2013   Writer
I'm not a gun owner so I don't think this law will have any effect on me in any way, shape or form. But I can understand why some people are against it and why some people are for it. Maybe the violence would decrease with no guns but then again, I think there's always going to be homicides and what not sadly with or without guns.
...Did I ramble through this? Sorry if I made no sense ^^; Kind of early this morning over here.
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LordElthibar Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2013
Think again. Martial law is imminent.
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xScarletstripesx Featured By Owner May 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I think my parents think I'm insane just because I'm atheist and supports guns. I just laugh at them xD.
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Toona11 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2013
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bobcatt Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2013  Professional General Artist
BAN CROOKS, BAN REPEAT OFFENDERS...
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CommandirBalalaika Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013
What would you need assault weapons for? Honestly. It's massive overkill if you are hunting or defending yourself from a robber.
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xScarletstripesx Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
If the robber has a assault weapon then it might be okay. And the 2nd amendment has nothing to do with hunting.
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Tanooki-John Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013
Gun control sucks! Another part of a governmental takeover if you ask me. Good thing I been watching Jessie Ventura.
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TheBattyCrow Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm all for control, but I'm against what the bill will do to our rights. I don't agree that ANYONE should buy a gun, but those of us who know how to use them, and who won't go out on a rampage
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ONI-Defense Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Those who claim it only protects the states' right to a militia are forgetting modern interpretations from the Supreme Court that the 2nd Amendment to the Constitution protects both the states' right to a militia and the individual right to bear arms, both of which an not be infringed. There is also the two interpretations by many of the Founding Fathers that all people who are armed and properly trained to use their weapons make up the "militia" or that the individual must be armed and trained how to properly use their weapons, so that they can be members of the state militias or serve a supporting role with the militias in a time of war on American soil. Thomas Jefferson cited secondary reasons for the individual right, which is for people to be able to defend against criminals and assailants in addition to defending themselves and their country against a tyrannical government or an invading military force, which is most certainly relevant today with the crime problem that few dare to solve in any way other than hiding behind the false blanket of security that is their gun control proposals.

I feel that the everyday American should be able to arm themselves as equally as a member of a militia or police unit, which prevents modern infringement on the 2nd Amendment while solving the issue of if there is a limit to what types of arms a person can personally own (this mostly stems from the absurd idea of someone arming themselves with a shoulder mounted rocket launcher or a tank). It also deals with the other absurd idea that people can only arm themselves with the same arms used in the period of the American Revolutionary War.

The Constitution and the Bill of Rights can evolve and be adapted as time passes on, but never shall either be irrelevant or infringed.
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gastlies Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
"A well regulated Militia,"
"A well regulated Militia,"
"A well regulated Militia,"
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ONI-Defense Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013  Student Digital Artist
A common, period interpretation during the beginning of the US was that the people in a state as a whole who are armed are the militia and thus regulation of their arms fall under the state government. The modern interpretation as per the Supreme Court is that there is the state right to having a well regulated militia and the individual right to keep and bear arms (focusing on the defense of the state, the overthrow of a tyrannical government, self defense, and sport).

There is always the question thought of what exactly counts as infringement upon the 2nd Amendment besides total civilian firearm bans or a law banning state militias of course.
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Phav Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
"NO TO GUN CONTROL!"
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