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Old 11-06-2009, 02:03 AM   #1
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Big victory for us up north. One step in the right direction for a change.
CSSA: We Did It! Bill C-391 Passes Second Reading By*27*Votes.

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Old 11-06-2009, 03:39 AM   #2
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Thats great for canada, atleast in Virginia we do not have to regester long guns anyways... (unless its full auto). So Canada is just now catching up to us LOL.

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Big victory for us up north. One step in the right direction for a change.
CSSA: We Did It! Bill C-391 Passes Second Reading By*27*Votes.

nothing sure yet. it has to go on third reading, then the senate,then it will be a law.

on top of that, some socialists provinces like quebec, might throw millions to get their own registry, something useless as criminals dont care about registring illegal guns, nor getting permits allowing them to own guns....if im not wrong, QUEBEC is the most socialist province of canada, this place stink.
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This is good to see!

Even as Canada is fixing its problems, California is running headlong into them. And there is no doubt New York, New Jersey and other leftist states would love to duplicate the insanity of CA. It won't be long before most Western countries are more free than the bulk of the U.S.

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I guess I will have to "sell" all my long arms before commie Quebec has their own......

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DAMN, they keep it up and i might have to move north!

But they have a LONG way to go to get me out of the free state of IN!

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