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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Robgmn View Post
    Absolutely true.
    When Obama took office, a black van pulled up to my house and several armed men came in and took away all my guns.
    Then, they redacted the 2A from all copies of the Constitution that were in my home.

    If Hillary gets elected, they'll continue this nefarious work until they've confiscated all guns in the US.
    Then, they'll start rounding up the ammo...
    If you would just remember history, if it wasn't that Obama didn't get the votes in congress and the House, his anti-gun actions would have gone through. Also remember the quote from Feinstein, "If I could only get the votes to take away all of the gun's I would like it". That is what were as pro-gun people are fighting against where it comes to Hillary becoming president. By her stating, "if the 2A is a right" should give every gun owner cause to be against her becoming president.
    The only easy day was yesterday
    Dedicated to my brother in law who died
    doing what he loved being a Navy SEAL

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  3. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by opsspec1991 View Post
    If you would just remember history, if it wasn't that Obama didn't get the votes in congress and the House, his anti-gun actions would have gone through. Also remember the quote from Feinstein, "If I could only get the votes to take away all of the gun's I would like it". That is what were as pro-gun people are fighting against where it comes to Hillary becoming president. By her stating, "if the 2A is a right" should give every gun owner cause to be against her becoming president.
    So, you think Hillary can get Congress and the house to do what Obama couldn't get them to do?

    And Trump believing that he can reduce everyone's taxes without having a plan to reduce spending is sound thinking?
    Oh, and don't forget that Trump was a Democrat, which (in your world) means he is at heart a liberal, baby-killing, gun-hater.
    I'll bet his whole agenda is to pretend to be a Repub and become POTUS, then take a Dem/lib stance on everything he does in the White House.
    It's a conspiracy!

  4. #23
    The way Hillary will circumvent congress and the House is the way Obama did, change the regulations and through executive orders. Remember that Regan was a democrat before he switched and look how things went during his years as president, he built up the military, brought our GDP out of the brink from the Carter years in 3 1/2 years, something Obama has had 8 years to do and failed. Our GDP at 1.2% has been the worse in 15 years. If you want to see our 2A rights cut after she gets to nominate 3 or 4 people to the Supreme Court just vote her in and your children and grandchildren will pay the price.
    The only easy day was yesterday
    Dedicated to my brother in law who died
    doing what he loved being a Navy SEAL

  5. #24
    Nice attempt at presenting "facts", but here is a chart of GDP change for the past 10 years.
    Note the trend before Obama took office.
    It's going DOWN.

    Note the direction after Obama took office.
    It's going UP.


    (Upward trend starts in 2009.
    -gdp-1.png


    Now, look at the chart of GDP change during the Reagan era you discuss.
    Notis that the trend upward started BEFORE Reagan took office.
    Reagan didn't "bring it out of the brink" as you describe.
    In fact, it hit higher points in the previous administration than it EVER did during the Reagan administration (last chart).

    If you want to try proving your point(lessness) with facts, you may want to use facts that support your point(lessness).
    Continue with the inaccuracies, and I will continue to suggest the name "Oopsspec9119" for all of the "Oopsies" you make.



    (Upward trend starts mid-1980, BEFORE Reagan took office)

    -gdp-2.png

    (Mid-1978 sees highest GDP in HISTORY)

    -gdp-3.png

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    Howdy,

    Gee, since 1776 We have had a total of 1, that's ONE Pro-Gun law on the Federal level and it was pasted by a Democratic controlled Congress and signed into law by a Democratic POTUS, Barack Hussein Obama.

    That law allows those of Us that can legally own a handgun and has a concealed carry permit to conceal carry a handgun into National Parks.

    Pro Gun laws passed by Congress:

    GOP controlled: ZERO

    Democratic controlled: ONE

    Pro Gun laws passed by POTUS:

    Reagan: NONE

    Big George: NONE

    Lil George: NONE

    Obama: ONE

    Anti-Gun laws signed by:

    Reagan: ONE

    Big George: One

    Lil' George: NONE (Banned parts kits w/ barrels from being imported. Also was going to extend the Magazine & Accessories Ban ( AKA AWB ) until Cheney/Halliburton convinced him that it would cost him the 2004 election.)

    Obama: ZERO

    Notice a pattern?

    Paul
    I'm so Liberal that I work at the Bill and Hillary Clinton Regional Airport!

  8. #27
    It's amazing that you forgot to add Clinton to the list of anti-gun crap with his assault weapons ban that he signed into law, which was shown to not have had any reductions in gun crime. With regards to Obama, he's signed various gun restrictions using his executive orders or doesn't that count. Also what about the various gun regulations that he had his various departments push through. Yea, he might have not been able to pass a law concerning gun restrictions, only because he couldn't get enough backing from his fellow democrats, but he sure did try didn't he.
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  9. Here, just to keep it all on the table..

  10. #29
    Bush Scandals:
    2002 United States steel tariff
    2003 invasion of Iraq
    2005 CIA interrogation tapes destruction
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    9/11 Commission
    A
    Jack Abramoff
    Abu Ghraib prison
    Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse
    Academi
    American Civil Liberties Union v. National Security Agency
    Al Jazeera bombing memo
    Al Qa'qaa high explosives controversy
    Joe Allbaugh
    Claude Allen
    Angler: The Cheney Vice Presidency
    The Apprentice (Libby novel)
    Ashcroft v. al-Kidd
    The Assault on Reason
    ATF gunwalking scandal
    Axis of evil
    B
    Bagram torture and prisoner abuse
    Bin Ladin Determined To Strike in US
    Scott Bloch
    Steven G. Bradbury
    Michael D. Brown
    Bush administration payment of columnists
    Bush White House email controversy
    William H. T. Bush
    Bush–Aznar memo
    Bush–Blair 2003 Iraq memo
    C
    California electricity crisis
    Richard Carmona
    Casualties of the Iraq War
    Paul K. Charlton
    Linda Chavez
    **** Cheney hunting incident
    Plame affair grand jury investigation
    Civilian casualties in the war in Afghanistan (2001–14)
    Coalition Provisional Authority
    Combatant Status Review Tribunal
    Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2007
    Conyers v. Bush
    Philip Cooney
    Council on Environmental Quality
    Lester Crawford
    Criticism of the 9/11 Commission
    Criticism of the Iraq War
    Curveball (informant)
    D
    The Dark Side (book)
    Deficit Reduction Act of 2005
    Robert Delahunty
    Department of Defense Directive 2310
    Detainee Treatment Act
    George Deutsch
    Dismissal of U.S. attorneys controversy
    Lurita Doan
    Downing Street memo
    Brian J. Doyle
    Drone strikes in Pakistan
    Darleen Druyun
    Dubai Ports World controversy
    E
    Economists' statement opposing the Bush tax cuts
    Effectiveness of torture for interrogation
    Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008
    Energy Task Force
    Enhanced interrogation techniques
    United States Environmental Protection Agency September 11 attacks pollution controversy
    Executive Order 11850
    Extraordinary rendition
    F
    William J. Fallon
    Kyle Foggo
    Free speech zone
    G
    George W. Bush and the Iraq War
    George W. Bush judicial appointment controversies
    Timothy Goeglein
    Governmental positions on the Iraq War prior to the 2003 invasion of Iraq
    Bunny Greenhouse
    Richard J. Griffin
    Guantanamo Bay detention camp
    H
    Habbush letter
    Hainan Island incident
    Sami al-Hajj
    Halliburton
    Hamdan v. Rumsfeld
    Hepting v. AT&T
    History of Iraq (2003–11)
    Human rights in post-invasion Iraq
    Sami Omar Al-Hussayen
    I
    Efforts to impeach George W. Bush
    International public opinion on the war in Afghanistan
    Iraq oil law (2007)
    Iraq War
    Iraq War (2003–11)
    Allegations of misappropriations related to the Iraq War
    J
    Alphonso Jackson
    K
    Hurricane Katrina
    Criticism of government response to Hurricane Katrina
    KBR (company)
    Bernard Kerik
    Klamath River
    John Korsmo
    A. B. Krongard
    Howard Krongard
    L
    Lancet surveys of Iraq War casualties
    Lawrence Franklin espionage scandal
    2005 levee failures in Greater New Orleans
    Daniel Levin (attorney)
    Scooter Libby
    Lincoln Group
    M
    Julie A. MacDonald
    MAINWAY
    Khalid El-Masri
    Harriet Miers
    Harriet Miers Supreme Court nomination
    Military Commissions Act of 2006
    George W. Bush military service controversy
    N
    National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive
    New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case
    2002 New Hampshire Senate election phone jamming scandal
    Niger uranium forgeries
    No Fly List
    No-hearing hearings
    NSA warrantless surveillance (2001–07)
    O
    The One Percent Doctrine
    Opposition to the Iraq War
    P
    Patriot Act
    Pentagon military analyst program
    Plame affair
    Political effects of Hurricane Katrina
    Political scandals during the George W. Bush Administration
    List of federal political scandals in the United States
    Politicization of science
    Luis Posada Carriles
    Preemptive war
    President's Surveillance Program
    Presidential Records Act
    PRISM (surveillance program)
    Project Gunrunner
    The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder
    Protests against the Iraq War
    R
    Janet Rehnquist
    James G. Roche
    Room 641A
    Karl Rove
    S
    Saddam Hussein and al-Qaeda link allegations
    David C. Sanborn
    Joseph E. Schmitz
    Scientific Integrity in Policymaking
    Thomas A. Scully
    Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture
    John A. Shaw
    Signing statement
    Sinclair Broadcast Group
    Office of Special Plans
    State secrets privilege
    William R. Steiger
    Stovepiping
    Swift Vets and POWs for Truth
    T
    Terrorist Finance Tracking Program
    Terrorist Surveillance Program
    Torture Memos
    Total Information Awareness
    Carl Truscott
    U
    Spying on the United Nations
    Unitary executive theory
    United States v. Libby
    Unlawful combatant
    W
    Mary L. Walker
    Walter Reed Army Medical Center neglect scandal
    Waterboarding
    The Way of the World (book)
    Iraq and weapons of mass destruction
    White House Iraq Group
    Armstrong Williams
    Walter Wojdakowski
    Sue Ellen Wooldridge
    Y
    John Yoo
    Z
    Muntadhar al-Zaidi

  11. The list is far more in depth than that Robbie! Let's be fair here..

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List...cted_of_crimes

    federal politicians convicted of crimes

    This list consists of American politicians convicted of crimes either committed or prosecuted while holding office in the federal government. It includes politicians who were convicted or pleaded guilty in a court of law; and does not include politicians involved in unprosecuted scandals (which may or may not have been illegal in nature), or politicians who have only been arrested or indicted. The list also does not include crimes which occur outside the politician’s tenure unless they specifically stem from acts while they were in office.

    Although the convicted politicians are arranged by presidential terms starting with the most recent, many of the crimes have little or no connection to who is President.

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