Unfortunately you have proven repeatedly that you can not handle a debate without being derogatory and screaming "you're wrong".
Prime example is your repeated use of your "BS meter" no matter what the tone of the debate is. And once the person responds back in the same venomous manor you simple respond with "Why am I being kbashed".
So I will simply state this and no matter what your response is, I will not follow up, it is the only way to prevent the thread from deteriorating into rehashed garbage:
The government has a history of creating laws and programs that either: waste money in very creative ways, fall very short of meeting the need of the program, missing the mark entirely, or creates a program or law that is more of a hindrance than actually solving the original issue.
I simply feel that putting the government in the position to effect what we do is a poor idea.
On the previous thread where I was giving examples of ideas and articles in which government could move into does have a sense of reality to it as history has shown that the reasoning behind legislation and program creation is not always put together in an intelligent and properly researched manner.
To quote you: "problem wasn't with the legal system or government but the corrupt players in this case"
Exactly, there will always be corrupt players involved with their own agendas.
Whether it is firearms, motorcycles, land rights, etc. I want to minimize the possibility of personal agendas and corruption from government and lobby groups.
This doesnt mean that I am not aware of programs and laws that do help situations, but for every success there are far too many failures and it is something that I do not want to risk when it comes to something I enjoy.