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Old 01-18-2013, 01:34 PM   #661
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no chance ... just because dip****s in NY like him doesn't mean he is liked outside of NY Cases in point ... Micheal Bloomberg and Rudy Giuliani ... Bloomberg is practically despised outside of NYC and Giuliani has more skeletons in his closet than a mafia boss
I think if Cuomo ran for President, he'll make about as far as Rudy did.
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Maybe a moderator will take care of it.

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Anyone who says they are pro 2A is just full of it, in my opinion, if they pick and choose what specific arms should be included and which ones should be banned. The Second Amendment makes no such definitions. This was the intention. The AR-15 is the musket of the modern day for Pete's sake, or actually it would be the M4A1 with select fire that would be the rough equivalent (as there are no actual ones). No magazine capacity limits should be imposed.

If you do not support the Second Amendment in its full spirit you are just as bad as Obama (who says he supports the individual right to bear arms, but his actions clearly disprove his words.)

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Anyone who says they are pro 2A is just full of it, in my opinion, if they pick and choose what specific arms should be included and which ones should be banned. The Second Amendment makes no such definitions. This was the intention. The AR-15 is the musket of the modern day for Pete's sake, or actually it would be the M4A1 with select fire that would be the rough equivalent (as there are no actual ones). No magazine capacity limits should be imposed.

If you do not support the Second Amendment in its full spirit you are just as bad as Obama (who says he supports the individual right to bear arms, but his actions clearly disprove his words.)
The restriction should be on who not what, and that who be distinct and
finite, convicted fellons, and those adjudicated mentally defective.
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The restriction should be on who not what, and that who be distinct and
finite, convicted fellons, and those adjudicated mentally defective.
Agreed 100%!!! I also feel that Americans in good standing with the law and who have not been adjudicated mentally defective should be allowed select fire weapons with out paying for a stamp or registering it special. This would not effect me because I do not want a select fire weapon of any type. I prefer to know where each projectile is going to go precisely, that doesn't mean I don't think anyone should not be allowed to own one.
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Maybe we should just ban Democrats, Liberals, Progressives
and Statists from owning any type of firearm?

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The answer is hitting you right in the face, as to what we need to get rid of!

Why is it that none of the disturbed and evil men, who steal guns, then go and kill movie-goers and children in school, has ever been identified as a conservative NRA member?

Ft. Hood~~~ Registered Democrat ~ Muslim

Columbine ~~~ Too young to vote; both families were registered Democrats and progressive liberals

Virginia Tech ~~~ Wrote hate mail to President Bush and to his staff ~ Registered Democrat

Colorado Theater ~~~ Registered Democrat; staff worker on the Obama campaign; Occupy Wall Street participant; progressive liberal

Connecticut School Shooter- ~~~ Registered Democrat; hated Christians

Common thread - all of these shooters were progressive liberal Democrats."

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One of the big outcomes of each shooting tragedy is a call to limit the size of magazines. What do they think is accomplished by limiting the size of magazines?

Is it the idea that the shooter will have to spend more on the magazines and will therefore have fewer of them?

Is it the idea that the shooter will have to change magazines more frequently and may become vulnerable during the changes?

Is it the idea that the shooter will have more weight to carry for the same amount of ammo?

I don't ask because I think any of these ideas are valid, in fact I think none of these ideas are valid. I ask because knowing the purpose behind an action allows me to make a rational response when discussing the subject.

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One of the big outcomes of each shooting tragedy is a call to limit the size of magazines. What do they think is accomplished by limiting the size of magazines?

Is it the idea that the shooter will have to spend more on the magazines and will therefore have fewer of them?

Is it the idea that the shooter will have to change magazines more frequently and may become vulnerable during the changes?

Is it the idea that the shooter will have more weight to carry for the same amount of ammo?

I don't ask because I think any of these ideas are valid, in fact I think none of these ideas are valid. I ask because knowing the purpose behind an action allows me to make a rational response when discussing the subject.
The story is they grabbed the guy is Arizona who shot the congress women when he was changing mags.
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