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Old 06-25-2012, 02:23 PM   #51
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Jean Jones, 64, unwrapped her handgun delicately from a towel she pulled out of a large brown purse. It was her late husband’s weapon, and she had never handled it before.

“That’s a killer right there. That small gun,” said Chicago Police Sgt. Kevin Johnson, a member of the citywide Anti-Gun Enforcement Team. “It’s a North American Arms .22 caliber,” Johnson said. “That bullet is so small it will bounce. It will travel and you’ll have internal bleeding going throughout your body.”


Anti-gun enforcement team? There's so much in these few words...I want to puke.
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Surprised they didnt arrest/ticket her for carrying concealed...
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Yep, good thing they got all those evil guns out of the backs of closets...err umm, I mean off the streets...I guess it's safe in Chitcago now.
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And this happened right after the roaming gangs went on their crime spree. It's almost like they were paid like the gangs in Egypt last year.
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Hate to piss in your Cheerios but it's $500,000
Thanks, That was before my coffee. And they were golden grahms
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Just think if the Liberals had a Gun Buy Back in 1941. We could have avoided WWII. The Japs just love selling junk to Americans. FDR could have sent his Leftys to Tokyo and set up buy back program. I think we could have bought every gun they had for a few thousand U.S. dollars.
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Sure wish we could do a "politician buyback".

Not so much like guns, more like "clunkers".

Q: What's the difference between guns and politicians?

A: Guns don't scream when you cut them in half...
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Sure wish we could do a "politician buyback".

Not so much like guns, more like "clunkers".

Q: What's the difference between guns and politicians?

A: Guns don't scream when you cut them in half...
Yeah, but the corporations would get all of their dough back.
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What corporations?
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What corporations?
The ones that bought and paid for the politicians in the first place. Hey, corporations are people too!
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