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    Quote Originally Posted by tricolordad View Post
    Explain Dade County. Ha! Just kidding
    Our crime rate actually dropped 5.2% in 2012. Pickpocketing was the only crime that was up. Of course the gov't was unhappy about that. Someone was cutting into their gig of taking money out of our pockets.
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    Not a shred of supportable data to support blood in the streets, in fact the supportable data says otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightmare45 View Post
    Not a shred of supportable data to support blood in the streets, in fact the supportable data says otherwise.
    Since when did the antigunners let data get in their way?
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    Here is the funny part; at least one (maybe two) of the plaintiffs are state senators who voted FOR the Senate version of HB 2, not once, but twice! The judge, DA, sheriff, et. al., represent Hinds County, which is basically Jackson, just voted the 8th most dangerous city in the US. And they are worried about blood in the streets!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrowJS View Post
    Here is the funny part; at least one (maybe two) of the plaintiffs are state senators who voted FOR the Senate version of HB 2, not once, but twice! The judge, DA, sheriff, et. al., represent Hinds County, which is basically Jackson, just voted the 8th most dangerous city in the US. And they are worried about blood in the streets!?
    That is typical. Look at Chicag0 as an example. An the fine example of a president we got that came out of there.[/sarcasm]
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