Time for a Mandatory Federal Firearms Law, Enter the Affordable Firearms Act.


With today’s Supreme Court ruling that The Affordable Care Act is constitutional it is now unquestionably time for those members of congress representing Conservative Americans to write and pass a law requiring all American Citizens over the age of 18 to purchase or show proof of ownership of a firearm or suffer a massive tax penalty.

The SCOTUS ruled that the Commerce clause could not be used to require citizens to purchase health insurance, but that congress as so accorded in the United States Constitution could levee a tax against any citizen that did not engage in a financial transaction that was deemed by congress as necessary and proper.

Unlike healthcare which cannot be found mentioned in any place in the United States Constitution, the ownership of a firearm is not only explicitly enumerated in the 2nd amendment as a right, it is likewise implicitly implied by the 2nd amendment as a responsibility.

Amendment II

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.

The only question involved here, is, are there any members of the GOP Aristocracy willing to side with the people of the United States against the United States Federal Government. In light of the recent and growing coverage of the Obama Administrations “Operation Fast and Furious” scandal, under which the Obama Justice Department intentionally provided firearms to Mexican Narcotics Cartel members for the specific purpose of being used in violent acts so that they could gin up statistics and provide a justification for stricter firearms regulations.

Just such legislation requiring a penalty tax be imposed upon every citizen over the age of 18 who fails to purchase or prove ownership of a firearm would provide a unique juxtaposition of moral and ethical values between the American people and the Obama administration. Since the SCOTUS ruling on ACA states that the Commerce Clause cannot be employed to coerce individuals to engage in financial transaction as dictated by Congress, but that punitory taxation can be employed the Democrat Administration of Barack Obama would be placed in a odious position of defending why the Affordable Care Act is good and acceptable legislation while a nearly identically worded Affordable Firearms Act legislation would not be.

Let us then in that case see how the ruling on the Affordable Care Act stands up when worded thusly.

See §5000A(b). That, according to the Government, means the mandate can be regarded as establishing a condition—not owning health insurance A Firearm—that triggers a tax—the required payment to the IRS. Under that theory, the mandate is not a legal command to buy insurance a Firearm. Rather, it makes going without insurance a Firearm just another thing the Government taxes, like buying gasoline or earn-ing income.

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20 thoughts on “Time for a Mandatory Federal Firearms Law, Enter the Affordable Firearms Act.

  1. See L. Neil Smith’s interesting and humorous graphic novel, ‘Roswell, Texas.’ In a world where Davey Crockett shot Santa Anna at the Alamo, non-gun-toting Texans must get a permit and pay a fee not to carry. Everybody else just straps ‘em on, from diner gals to mechanics…

  2. Unnecessary. Congress’s power to raise a militia is sufficient to require citizen gun ownership. (If that’s really what we want. Personally, I prefer volunteers to conscripts.)

  3. Once again you hit the nail on the head! Always a pleasure to come here and see what you write about! I hope your blog is viewed by millions in the very near future!!

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  5. Where this really needs to be posted/broadcast is — on all the liberal news stations, and then see if any of these “think-they’re-so-smart-while they’re-destroying-their-own-America” people get the message! First time I’ve seen this site, but sure am happy to have found you. Sending this along to all of my Reps, and also to all my Southern, Hunting Enthusiats, who appreciate their firearms!

  6. For that matter, could this not lead to an energy efficent car, or face a penalty, or solar panel windows for your home, or a paid funeral plan, or require everyone to give to charity, work at a charity, or buy sunscreen… ect….. This is unconstitutional….. according to me… and as a American Citizen I feel violated and I am mad as hell…. !!!!!!

    • Melody, To me this sounds more like Communism don’t you think? Forcing American citizens which in large numbers, don’t have a job to put food on the table, much less buy health insurance? Yes I say it’s gone way past unconstitutional….onto Communism, at least that’s my take on this situation. Pat P. Armstrong (facebook)

    • Great Idea! I am going to do the same and add that if there were a gun mandate than why would we need law enforcement anymore? It’s a win win.

      • This is one of those times where the fact that my little blog gets so small an amount of traffic kind of saddens me. Usually I am perfectly happy with the amount of traffic, but I do like you are Walt’s idea, and will likewise send this article to my own Representatives.

        Thank both of you for this idea.

  7. I love your articles doriangrey1. I always look forward to your next one, and this one did not fail to grab attention.
    Bonner came out and claims that he will repeal Obamacare, but I seriousely think he ought to read your article and take it serious. Let see how many of those bleeding heart progressives like the mandate then. You are a genious.

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