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Old 02-18-2013, 04:47 AM   #21
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There is still a lot of good on FOX, unlike the other propoghanda stations.
I don't think there's a lot anymore, but I like Eric Bolling and Greg Guttfeld an awful lot. Like I said, it's the only cable news I watch, but I can only handle it very little since the elections. Karl Rove makes me want to puke with his cheap clip board. It's his type of republican that's costing them elections.
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Old 02-18-2013, 05:49 AM   #22
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Having been born and raised in OH, I can tell you that I am VERY surprised! Considering I moved to MI, Ohio is (was?) very gun friendly! Open Carry might get you stink eye, but Franklin county sheriffs office has a 24hr (or less) turn around for cpl applications. There is an entire department and office for Franklin county sheriffs that its all they do! That would include the state capital as well of course.

I miss Ohios gun laws...MI sucks by and large. The ironic part is that MI isnt pushing anything new yet while Ohio is...go figure.
I went one state south and it's like being in another country. While they have many problems in state government curtailing rights does not seem to be on the agenda. It's pretty much expected that everyone has a gun the Castle Doctrine is alive and well. And your castle extends out to your property line.
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Old 02-18-2013, 05:59 AM   #23
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Rope, tree, politician. Some assembly required.
No No NO No, you have this all wrong! We need to put an add in the Dallas Tex. newspapers to see if the "rifleman on the grassy knoll" is still taking jobs. Oliver North could do the picture about it, and we could enjoy it for years.
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:24 AM   #24
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I'm pretty sure this will be brought to the table in quite a few states. We must call, email and write the politicians and let them know where we stand and where they stand if they push this anti-Constitutional legislation. Large demonstrations are necessary and we must feed the pro gun organizations. There are pro 2A groups in most states, support them.
I know this is the right way to go about this, but I don't believe the guys who we put in office, gives a rat's ass.

I have seen about five or six letters when I got wind of something going down in Washington. Got squat back in the form of "form letters" "Glad you wrote", "good to hear your thoughts that mean sooo much to me" "Sandy Hook was such a tragedy" Bla, bla bla. Somebody else from a state different from me, shared one of his letters form his law givers here in the Forum, and the letter was almost, exactly, the same as mine. These guys never answer one point of the letters I write. I think there is a comfort wall erected between us and them, and nothing gets past their aides.

One of my representatives answered one by excitedly telling about how he is working to get the congress's pay cut 10%. 10%, is he joking? These FOXTROT, UNION,CHARLEY, KILO, ECHO,ROMEO,( I wonder if I got that past the moderator?)need to be turned out, and new crooks put in office, when they turn to ****, hire more. We got a lot of unemployed who could use the work
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:36 AM   #25
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I had seen this too and posted it on the 14th. I don't see Ohio following suit based on the representatives I have heard from. Sherrod Brown is the only one who won't tell you where he stands. All the others aren't for taking away our rights and pro-2nd amendnent.
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:55 AM   #26
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Interesting, if Congress was unsuccessful, what makes them think they will be? Too many people will be against this, it won't happen.
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Has anyone thought about starting some type of petition website where people can sign and/or even leave a comment with their signature?
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I sent a e-mail letter to my state senator here in Ohio on this stuff about three weeks ago. Asked for a response and updates. Have not heard anything.
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Interesting, if Congress was unsuccessful, what makes them think they will be? Too many people will be against this, it won't happen.
Unfortunately, some states will have a majority at the state level so where they failed at the national level, they feel this new strategy will give them some progress.
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Unfortunately, some states will have a majority at the state level so where they failed at the national level, they feel this new strategy will give them some progress.
Not here in Ohio, guaranteed.
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