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Old 01-14-2014, 05:41 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by jimogden1984 View Post
Wasn't that the senator that during the debate for the 2013 2nd amendment preservation act tried turning everyone against it because it did nothing to keep guns out of kids hands in the ghetto and that she is scared to go home every day because her neighbor is a drug dealer and that bill did nothing to protect her?

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Either her or nasheed
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Old 01-14-2014, 08:31 PM   #12
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It seems the politicians are pushing the 2A population to the point where they say "Heck with all the laws - I'm keeping my guns and not responding to these meaningless gun laws. I'll just take my chances". Is this where we are headed?
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It's humorous to me that the language quoted from the bill only mentions "weapons" never guns or firearms. On that basis everyone should flood the school with a notice that they do indeed have weapons in their home: kitchen knives, baseball bats, pipe wrenches, etc. Given that virtually every home will contain one or more of these "weapons", perhaps they should instead ask parents who have no weapons in their home to notify the school.
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Originally Posted by locutus View Post
This is to play to a liberal base.

Bills like this are introduced somewhere every day.

Not a snowball's chance in hell of passing. And wouldn't hold up in court even if it did.
I use to think that way, until I saw some many of those 'not a snowball's chance in hell of passing' bills become law, and the courts uphold them!!!
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