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    Quote Originally Posted by Tbear30 View Post
    These quislings need to be hung from a tree.

    Better yet from a tree in front of Congress. If there was a way I could put a comment in my will that conditioned any payment to my relatives that was based on NEVER voting for a democrat, I would do it in a heartbeat. All I can do is tell my grandkids what is happening to them right now and what will be happening to them in the future if democrats are still running this current asylum and impress on them that the last President we had was George W Bush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjcombies View Post
    And I just got an EMAIL from Mr. Nelson stating he will uphold the constitution and not vote for anything against it. Lier............
    I've come to expect that from him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCIC105 View Post
    With a vote of 53-46 in the pre-dawn hours Saturday, the Senate approved a measure "to uphold
    Second Amendment rights and prevent the United States from entering into the United Nations
    Arms Trade Treaty."
    Here is a list of the 46 traitors that thought our 2nd Amendment isn't worth upholding, and Are
    willing to hand it over to the UN. These traitors need to be unemployed come the next election.


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    Thanks for the list. I'll be calling Tammy Baldwin (D - WI) and let her know what a disappointment she is. Please, others from WI do the same.

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    Oh look Tammy Baldwin the super duper openly gay champion of turtles is at the top of the list. How progressive Tammy! Or is it Tom now?

    The Maritime Sentry: RELEASE: Tammy Baldwin Blew $3.4 Million for Turtle Tunnel

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    Quote Originally Posted by escapedthematrix View Post
    Thanks for the list. I'll be calling Tammy Baldwin (D - WI) and let her know what a disappointment she is. Please, others from WI do the same.
    Careful, you might get an unfriendly phone call from the police.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellyfat View Post
    by the grace of god, i live in north carolina. no one here voted for it.
    I couldn't help but notice in the list that the smallest minority are Senators from the South. With the exception of Nelson in FL and Landrieux from LA as the only "deep" Southerners, the three or four others are from the farthest Northern states that are still considered "the South" (VA and WV).

    Not sure if that really says anything significant or not, but it's an interesting dynamic.

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    Wisconsin has one bad apple.
    Here is the reply she sent me. We need to vote these "Bad Seeds" out.
    She doesn't understand "Not Infringed".


    Thank you for contacting me about federal gun policy. I value your input on a topic that involves fundamental constitutional rights and the safety of our families and communities.

    The horrific tragedy at Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut in December of last year has prompted a national dialogue on guns and federal gun policy. Other mass killings at Fort Hood in Texas; at a grocery store in Tucson, Arizona; at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado; and in a place of worship in Oak Creek, Wisconsin have heightened our focus on strategies to reduce gun violence and save lives. But, the death of 20 young school children and six teachers at Sandy Hook demands that we try to find common ground to take action without violating constitutional rights.
    A wide range of policy options have been put forth as a part of this conversation. In January, President Obama outlined his plan to reduce gun violence in the United States. Additionally, several bills relating to gun violence have been offered in both Houses of Congress and Congressional Committees are holding Hearings to inform the path forward.
    In addition to hearing from you, it has been important to me to listen to Wisconsinites with various perspectives on the issue. To date, I have met with Chiefs of Police from a number of communities, family members of the fallen at Oak Creek, sportsmen and women, and researchers seeking to better understand what policies can be effective as we seek to reduce gun injury and death. I look forward to gaining additional insight as we continue the work on solutions to prevent gun violence.
    Debates over gun policies often evoke strong responses because throughout our policymaking, we must safeguard constitutional rights at the same time as we endeavor to safeguard communities and combat crime. I am a gun owner and firmly believe in the Second Amendment and the right of law-abiding Americans to keep and bear arms. I also believe that, as the Supreme Court has ruled, this right can be reconciled with reasonable, common sense safety measures.

    Ever since passage of the Brady Act in 1993, federal law has required criminal background checks for certain gun purchases. In the 20 years since the passage of the Brady Act and with the advent and widespread use of e-commerce, an increasing number of gun sales occur without a criminal background check. I support requiring background checks on all gun sales. In addition, I support giving law enforcement additional tools to crack down on gun trafficking and the straw purchasers who help get guns into the hands of criminals.
    The recent tragedies across the nation also give us reason to reassess our mental health system. Most people with mental illness will never become violent. However, if mental health treatment and services were more readily available, we would see fewer people in situations that spiral out of control. I believe that we should have a special emphasis on young adults, as most mental illnesses manifest themselves by the time a person reaches young adulthood. I have previously worked to ensure mental health parity, so that insurance policies cover mental illness in the same way that they cover physical illness. While mental health parity is now the law, it has not been fully implemented and its benefits are not felt by those Americans who lack insurance coverage.
    I support the President's call to restore research funding that can help us study gun violence, gun injury prevention and gun safety. Limits have been placed on such funding by Congress for a number of years, and it is high time those restrictions be lifted. Accurate data and careful, objective evaluation of that data informs better policy.

    The President's plan to reduce gun violence in the United States makes a series of recommendations that include instituting a ban on assault weapons and high capacity magazines. Each of these proposals will get careful scrutiny. Every year in Wisconsin, hundreds of thousands of Wisconsinites go hunting. It is a time-honored tradition that is a part of our state's culture. We must assure that these proposals do nothing to inhibit the celebrated sporting heritage of our state. I look forward to reviewing these proposals and working with my colleagues to find common ground, so that we can reduce gun violence in this country while protecting everyone's Second Amendment rights.
    Please know that I will keep your thoughts and suggestions in mind as Congress considers gun policy legislation.


    Sincerely,
    Tammy Baldwin
    United States Senator

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricolordad View Post
    Careful, you might get an unfriendly phone call from the police.
    That is exactly the problem in this supposed country, which is now an asylum. You will probably get a visit from ATF and an investigation of your finances. We are rapidly becoming nothing but a gestapo-run state, if you dare complain about anything that the fuehrer himself does not like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelcarry View Post
    That is exactly the problem in this supposed country, which is now an asylum. You will probably get a visit from ATF and an investigation of your finances. We are rapidly becoming nothing but a gestapo-run state, if you dare complain about anything that the fuehrer himself does not like.
    This is why I do not answer my door. Last time I did, I was harrassed for exercising my 1A rights. I have since put an NRA sticker on all my doors.

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    Senate Vote on UN Arms Trade Treaty

    Maybe the South had it right to begin with. Thank God they were not allowed to secede, so we would still be left with some sanity in our federal government. Could you imagine our country without the republican-heavy south? The Bill of Rights would have been revoked by now.

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