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Old 10-23-2013, 04:33 PM   #1
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Just read this and thought I would pass it on. I would like to hear your opinions too.
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http://www.highlandernews.org/10830/gov-brown-ignores-partisans-to-find-third-option-on-gun-control/



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The author is not pro-gun and says Brown has common sense. What a load of BS and a thinly veiled call for gun control.



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Once again we have a writer who has addressed an issue by concentrating on one side of the issue. He mentions the 18 bills, but does not touch on any relevance of any of those bills to stopping the next mass shooting, or the next LA Gang Bang Party! No mention that fact that most of the gun fatalities in the US are suicides. Suicides are sad, but hardly a crime, except against oneself. No mention of the fact that most law abiding gun owners would be affected, without affecting one criminal. It is the same old tired rhetoric.

As I say to one of my gun grabbing liberal friends who owns and drives a Porsche. "Why do you need a car that will go over the posted speed limit of 70 MPH?" It starts another argument every time.

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As I say to one of my gun grabbing liberal friends who owns and drives a Porsche. "Why do you need a car that will go over the posted speed limit of 70 MPH?" It starts another argument every time.

I can see where you're going with your question, I'm curious of his answer to the above question
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