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Old 07-09-2011, 02:59 AM   #11
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You know the sad part? We make laws for the majority of the people to control a minority of people who don't follow the laws in the first place.
Does anyone make a bumper sticker that says that? I completly agree.
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oh and in minority I mean the criminals and stuff like that. Nothing to do with ''minorities'' as a racial term. I mean the people who can't follow the laws or are to stupid to handle firearms.
i call em goblins
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laws made to control the behavior of law abiding citizens are morally corrupt and merely ensure true criminals have free pass to rob rape murder.

laws should punish real criminals not demonize the honest.

gfsz are creaed by people with a primitive intellect who actually fear inanimate objects.

more people are killed by organic produce each year than law abiding gun owners.
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We call them "Criminal Protection Zones". Like those stupid signs you see on bank doors. No Guns Allowed. Do they really think that is going to stop a crime?

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I respect and like GFZ's as much as I like and respect Nobama...zilch! Dammit, if you can carry a gun, you should be able to carry it anywhere. The darn criminals don't leave theirs in the cars, nor do those who shoot up doctors offices, work places, schools, etc.

Okay Cane, I'm waiting for " tell us how do you really feel". L.O.L.

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If guns are legal to own in your area no law can extend a ban specifically to your property...the gun free zone ends at your property lines.

Overall I feel they are a waste of time and nothing more than a fell good, nanny state load of BS. No one intent on causing mayhem is going to give a damn about a gun free zone, all they do is announce to the bad guy that no resistance will be encountered and they can do whatever they please. Many of the headline acts of mass murder in the last decade have occurred in so-called gun free zones.

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Any area that is totally gun free is easy pickin's for those who believe what you have is theirs.

Your home is your "castle".

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I wonder if they ever think or attempt to use logic. A gun free zone IS NOT a victim free zone. The only ones who care about having a gun in a gun free zone are people who obey the law, or want to anyway.

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I think "gun free" zones are highly effective. I'm sure THOUSANDS of tragedies have been averted because a criminal thought, "Gee I would love to go in there and shoot me a bunch of people but I can't because I just can't bring a gun into a "gun free" zone. I'm also sure that business owners that post signs that say "No Concealed Firearms Allowed in These Premises" never get robbed too...

The world is run by idiots...

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Doh!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I'm more in to "Free Gun Zones" my ownself.

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