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GUN PROHIBITION: OVERBLOWN!!!

 
 
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Mon 24 May, 2010 04:43 am

Some elected Democrats are good and freedom minded; not many.
Some elected Republicans are less good and less freedom minded than SOME Democrats,
but having acknowledged that, let 's consider the big, broad picture.

Each week night, I read updates on legislation, federal, State and local, from pro-freedom groups
including the Second Amendment Foundation, Gun Owners of America and the NRA.

I 'll be very happy to cheer pro-liberty legislation concerning freedom of self defense
and freedom of possessing the means to control predatory emergencies
whether such law comes from the efforts of ANY party.

During election season, we very ofen see candidates of both parties
pledge loyalty to the 2nd Amendment and verbally promise to support freedom of self defense,
but when it comes to the State governors signing to enact pro-freedom State legislation or vetoing it,
we see a good deal less friendly reception to freedom of self defense forthcoming
from Democrats than we do from the GOP. That is simple and repeated observation of repeated fact.

Personal freedom more ofen gets a better deal
from elected candidates of the GOP, as a general rule.





David
oralloy
 
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Reply Mon 24 May, 2010 04:48 am
@OmSigDAVID,
OmSigDAVID wrote:
Some elected Democrats are good and freedom minded; not many.
Some elected Republicans are less good and less freedom minded than SOME Democrats,
but having acknowledged that, let 's consider the big, broad picture.

Each week night, I read updates on legislation, federal, State and local, from pro-freedom groups
including the Second Amendment Foundation, Gun Owners of America and the NRA.

I 'll be very happy to cheer pro-liberty legislation concerning freedom of self defense
and freedom of possessing the means to control predatory emergencies
whether such law comes from the efforts of ANY party.

During election season, we very ofen see candidates of both parties
pledge loyalty to the 2nd Amendment and verbally promise to support freedom of self defense,
but when it comes to the State governors signing to enact pro-freedom State legislation or vetoing it,
we see a good deal less friendly reception to freedom of self defense forthcoming
from Democrats than we do from the GOP. That is simple and repeated observation of repeated fact.

Personal freedom more ofen gets a better deal
from elected candidates of the GOP, as a general rule.





David


Pelosi and the conservative House Democrats do deserve a lot of credit for bringing Obama's gun ban agenda to a screeching halt back in 2009.
OmSigDAVID
 
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Reply Mon 24 May, 2010 04:53 am
@oralloy,
OmSigDAVID wrote:
Some elected Democrats are good and freedom minded; not many.
Some elected Republicans are less good and less freedom minded than SOME Democrats,
but having acknowledged that, let 's consider the big, broad picture.

Each week night, I read updates on legislation, federal, State and local, from pro-freedom groups
including the Second Amendment Foundation, Gun Owners of America and the NRA.

I 'll be very happy to cheer pro-liberty legislation concerning freedom of self defense
and freedom of possessing the means to control predatory emergencies
whether such law comes from the efforts of ANY party.

During election season, we very ofen see candidates of both parties
pledge loyalty to the 2nd Amendment and verbally promise to support freedom of self defense,
but when it comes to the State governors signing to enact pro-freedom State legislation or vetoing it,
we see a good deal less friendly reception to freedom of self defense forthcoming
from Democrats than we do from the GOP. That is simple and repeated observation of repeated fact.

Personal freedom more ofen gets a better deal
from elected candidates of the GOP, as a general rule.





David
oralloy wrote:
Pelosi and the conservative House Democrats do deserve a lot of credit
for bringing Obama's gun ban agenda to a screeching halt back in 2009.
Yes; so stipulated.
Thay remember what happened to Bill Clinton 's Democratic Congress in 1994.

Thay also remember the reason that Al Gore lost his home State when he ran for the presidency.

That loss cost him the election. Nancy wishes to be the Speaker, not the minority leader.





David
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