They are different from the military version of "flame throwers" which use that nasty sticky gel called napalm, and can blow a fireball a hundred feet.
Anyone showing up near a voting place with bare hands and saying stuff about how you better vote. . . or else. . . is trying to intimidate voters bully style. I guess if OB doesn't see that it might mean he's a bully himself. Not being used to actually listening to opposing viewpoints, and jumping all over everyone who disagrees could be called intimidating too. Some people can be intimidating by their demeanor or body language, and most of the time I can just move on and do my business. . . but I don't think congregating at the doors to the voting place and confronting voters with threats or any kind of weapon is "peaceable assembly". It is actually an attempt to coerce others, and obstruct their right to vote their own conscience. I don't think that should ever be tolerated.
Or justified, excused, or minimized. Shame on you One Brow. You're not someone who really supports human rights.
The suggested regulations and background checks aren't infringements upon your freedom.
Some peeps here need to stop doing everything and anything to bash the President and freshen up on Democratic thought. A good starter would be reading about the "Social Contract Theory." Because... Right now, it seems like the pro gun/anti-government (except for gay marriage, stem cell research, alcoholic consumption, and abortion. For these issues the government needs to intervene) in this folks are calling for outright Anarchy.
In Utah, it is easier to obtain a semi-auto and endless amounts of ammo than it is to get a beer.
This shouldn't be.
I welcome opposing arguments to this.
Our alcoholic laws are ridiculous and just a month or two ago a choir in herriman had to cancel singing "all shook up" by Elvis because it was too risqué. Amazing