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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-19-2013, 08:48 AM
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They know full well that its for us to protect ourselves against them. That is why they never mention defense as a viable reason to own guns and that is why they so vehemently dont want us to have guns. A gunless society is a whole lot easier to rule authoritatively than an armed society.
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To prohibit a citizen from wearing or carrying a war arm . . . is an unwarranted restriction upon the constitutional right to keep and bear arms. If cowardly and dishonorable men sometimes shoot unarmed men with army pistols or guns, the evil must be prevented by the penitentiary and gallows, and not by a general deprivation of a constitutional privilege. -- Arkansas Supreme Court, 1878

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amend to that!!!!
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post #14 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-19-2013, 10:27 PM
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Today in Buffalo i attended a gun rally.We had over a 1000 people their.Everybody feels the same in that they feel like they are being treated like criminals.Buffalo based 2nd amendment attorney JIM TRESMOND is leading the charge along with other attorneys to fight this nonsense.So the fight has begun.
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I would also like to see Federal "Life Carry" permits issued to past present and future, Honorably Discharged Military Veterans, without restrictions,
The Government allows us to use Weapons during our times of service but restrict our use as private citizens after they're finished with us.


You certainly got my vote with that one.

And oh, BTW, I fully agree with everything else posted in this thread!

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This says it all--- HYPOCRITE. If the pres really feels like and anti-gun guy, why not have his secret service men completely unarmed at his inauguration ceremony???????? Why not you ask? HYPOCRITE.
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post #17 of 19 (permalink) Old 01-29-2013, 07:18 PM
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I believe that we have enough laws as it is concerning gun control. I in believe in background checks and waiting periods. I mean c'mon its sole purpose is to make sure a proven violent person cannot buy a gun on the spot, and that an anger stricken person cant buy a gun on the same day someone pissed him off, to allow his emotions to subside. The ATF is GROSSLY understaffed, the laws written in loophole languages, and poorly funded. Here it is: im a registered democrat. I DO NOT however ride ANY party line. Im far right, far left, and also in between. Im guessing the majority of yall are Republican (which is fine lol) so dont go rippin' me. Im just trying to let everyone know that even though im democrat, you can pry my guns from these COLD STIFF FINGERS! :-) Im not for more laws im enforcing the laws on the books, they are more than adequate.

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Back ground checks should be mandatory. Waiting period, I'm not sure because I purchase and sell at gun shows as well as on-line. On-line purchases require a licensed gun dealer for everything but black powder in Ohio so a back ground takes place for hand guns and rifles. Doing away with gun shows would be a major issue with me. There's not much from the liberal side that I can agree with anymore.
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Here it is: im a registered democrat. . . . . . . you can pry my guns from these COLD STIFF FINGERS! :-)

Now did you really think that you could post something like that without at least ONE of us saying something back??? Just kidding . . . as it takes all kinds to really make our world go round. You may have put your proverbial foot in it (as a 'registered' democrat) with the first part of the statement above, but you more than made up for it with the last.

Sorry, but it was just TOO good to pass up!

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