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    34-66 You got to know the libretards are voting early and often, business as usual.
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    handgonnetoter Guest
    Like I said a couple of days ago on another thread, brace yourselves for what is going to come down the pike as far as new gun laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by handgonnetoter View Post
    Like I said a couple of days ago on another thread, brace yourselves for what is going to come down the pike as far as new gun laws.
    Sorry, but I have to write this, try not to take offense..

    When you begin to brace yourself in the act of preparing for impact, you have accepted that you will be hit by what is to come.

    I'd rather read "Prepare yourselves to fight against what is being proposed."

    If you let them hit and then react, it's too late... They are betting that they can get the laws in place to make you and I criminals...

    Don't allow what you "expect" to happen. Fight as if it means something to you.. I'm not challenging any persons courage and patriotism, If anything I'd like to see it be stirred & awakened...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    If we don't find a way to flag folks with mental and/or substance abuse issues, then their irresponsible gun use will be used to justify gun restrictions.

  6. Voted. We're making some headway, up to 40% laws are too strict.

  7. Voted though it won't matter in the end. People will still think the way they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty914 View Post
    Voted though it won't matter in the end. People will still think the way they do.
    As long as we never do worse than 26% in any poll, im happy.
    One must be wary of the mentality creating the problem or the law creating the crime.

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    Voted - said too strict naturally. Now poll is at 60/40, with 40% agreeing with us. Of course, it's a NY paper... I'm surprised to see even 40 percent on the right side.

  10. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by Corby View Post
    For what it was worth tossed in my vote. After reading the article it seems the college did the right thing by suspending him from class until he was certified by a mental health professional, however I wonder if they bothered to notify the local PD about him.
    There were two nuts in the interview. The mental person who later took lives and the quack (professional) who said he was no threat to himself or others.


    voted

  11. I voted.

    We need a nation wide CCW IMHO. Current laws WAY too strict in many states.

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