Ohio9 wrote:My question from before remains. Do you oppose licensing for jobs with great potential to harm others if done improperly, such as ER doctors and Airline pilots? Why or why not?
Yes, I am opposed to ALL forms of licensing. If something is done between two or more parties with full knowledge and consent, then it is voluntary interaction and therefore no one else's business. Period. If someone DIRECTLY does something harmful to someone else as a result of incompetent practice, then it is only reasonable to hold them accountable for their actions, but not prior to or until it happens.
Ohio9 wrote:It's not illegal to be in the business of selling firearms. You just have to get an FFL to do so.
Yes, it is illegal to be in the business of selling firearms. A FFL is a Federal Firearms License. A license is permission to do something which is ordinarily illegal. Selling firearms as a business requires grovelling and bribes to be paid to criminally insane bureaucrats. The practice is inexcusable.