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There are many different ways to view the issues of gun control and no matter which way you look at it the arguments will always go on In my opinion the issue can be reduced to a very basic level that is common to a wide variety of issues The basic level of human nature to which Im referring is as simple the classic question - Is the glass half full or half empty Our Founding Father saw the glass as half full In their eyes all men are created equal and are inherently good This is a basic principle of our legal system that all men are innocent until proven guilty I grew up with a strict moral standard taught to me from the very beginning of my life I truly believe that all men are basically good and act with a basis of good intentions With this basic believe I have no fears and no reservations about gun ownership Every American shall have the right to keep and bear arms and shall have the duty to use them for the defense of our Nation Since it is the individual that makes this country great every man is therefore essential and is worthy of defending It follows that every man should have the ability and responsibility to defend themselves and his fellow man Gun control advocates see the glass as half empty This pessimistic attitude causes them to believe that man cannot behave responsively and therefore needs to be protected for his own good The mere presence of a gun in this pessimistic point of view will cause a good man to loose his senses and to begin to kill his fellow man They then conclude that if there are no guns then they cannot corrupt man and society will be a better place In reality both these points of view do not accurately portray
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