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Old 01-06-2013, 08:35 PM   #11
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I have heard that this election was a fraud, so even if i did have a voice it wouldn't matter. Just think we have only has this bastard for two months, TWO MONTHS!!!! Whats the rest of the next 8 years going to look like?

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Old 01-06-2013, 08:40 PM   #12
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McCain was a traitor in Viet Nam sharing secrets for preferential treatment. What makes you think he would be any different now. Levin, from my home state, could actually teach Obummer a thing or two about being narcissistic and a way out liberal. Only thing these two guys value is their own selfish desires and their own skin.

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Heere's some others to send as an additive to our hand written and calls: http://www.popvox.com/blog/2013/issue-spotlight-firearms-113th/

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Most of these bills are no more than bullsh!t "feel good" fluff to appease their liberal, big city constituents.

As for John McCain, that bastard voted for "The Slickmeister's" bAWB in 94.

The only one of those that will actually be pushed is Dianne Swinestein's bill.

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all i can say is they better be wise because the public isn't at the most happy time in history at moment ! Let's see low jobs, work paying less, insurance rising, crimes rising, and politicians wanting to take and change our rights ! I don't see people smiling and agreeing at least I don't see the 200 million + gun owners agreeing

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