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Old 10-11-2012, 09:09 PM   #21
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"Rifle behind every blade of grass"
Or, in the case of Florida, lots of hungry gators...
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is a quote by Isoroku Yamamoto, Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II.
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After the Auroroa CO incident, I went ahead and bought my AR. It's something I was going to do in the not too distant future anyway, but at the rate in which they were disappearing from the shelves, I thought it prudent to put up or shut up. At this point, I wouldn't get too stressed out about sudden bans popping up. Of course the communist states might make things worse, but I think the window of opportunity has passed for the moment at the federal level.
FWIW, I've enjoyed it more than I expected to. I've been kicking around the idea of building another one.

As for the Blue Helmets; what happens if they are using US armed forces with powder blue accessories?

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Liberals are constantly telling us about the poor and oppressed in this country. With that in mind, why do they feel the need to keep importing poor people from other countries?
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As for the Blue Helmets; what happens if they are using US armed forces with powder blue accessories?
Then these US armed forces either want to be used feed

all our cute, hungry gators down here, or they should have refused to

become enforcement tools for an organization that's been up,

past it's bedtime, since the 60s, and deserve what they get...
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Does he really? Then why is he leaning greatly toward U.N. support on subject matter of firearms/ammo? It's a blind sided move on the political chessboard, which, in essence, bypasses congressional approval.
Treaties still require Congressional approval. Plus if he tried to EO it through, there'd be an outcry from both sides of the isle that it'd be put down with a quickness.

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If I had a nickle...

While a great quote that implies what could happen to someone who tried to invade the mainland of the US, there is zero evidence that it can be attributed to Yamamoto.

http://www.factcheck.org/2009/05/gun-control-in-australia/
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http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-bloggers/2923825/posts

Fact check is a liberal org. It has amazed me that all the great gun control quotes have been "unsubstantiated" in the last decade
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It has amazed me that all the great gun control quotes have been "unsubstantiated" in the last decade
Prove Yamamato said it. Until you can I'm gonna stick with academics who are SMEs on WW2.

By the way liberal doesn't automatically=bad.
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By the way liberal doesn't automatically=bad.
Depends on use.
Liberal political policy? Bad.
Liberal use of hollowpoints to stop a criminal? Good.
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