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Old 01-08-2013, 10:52 PM   #11
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Why is he meeting with the entertainment and video game industries? Neither one knows Jack about guns...not real ones anyway.
In his speech Obama said something about addressing a culture that too often glorifies guns and violence so maybe they are there to defend their corner...?

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I am starting to wonder who is on our side. Prices of any firearms are going up daily. Right after the past two elections you can't find a box of ammo anywhere. The NRA is spending a huge amount of cash for the number of members. I used to send the NRA a hundred here and there. It seems like every time I sent the NRA a hundred they used it on postage to dun me for more money.

Gun manufacturers are giving the NRA the money to keep us all scared and buying up everything in sight.

We lost the battle for our gun rights in back in 1934. Once the first sweeping gun law was passed that set precedent for more laws to be passed. I am sure laws were passed even before 1934 that set precedent for the Gun Control Act of 1934. We are just trying to hang on to a gun until we die. The die has already been cast! We will be disarmed by cost of ownership or the law.

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Why do some people think the NRA is more powerful then the government? It doesn't really matter what the NRA says or thinks Biden will do what he wants.

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Why is he meeting with the entertainment and video game industries? Neither one knows Jack about guns...not real ones anyway.

Stomp the first and second amendment in the same step.
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Biden, is luring the NRA reps to the White House, where they can be captured and disappeared to Gitmo, where they will be blowing bubbles on the water board until, they admit the truth; Wayne LaPierre is actually a gay Muslim, serving Al Queda in Yemen. The NRA reps will be Ali Akbaring in hours. This will happen just before the declaration of Martial Law.

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Hmmmm, we all know how this will go over.....

I was thinking more like:
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This thread proves what we have known since 1871. There are NRA members working to protect the rights of gun owners. There are gun owners who watch the work and bitch about the noise.

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The left has a pathological NEED to seem "fair" and "reasonable". They MUST be fair to all parties involved. That is how they justify the crap they pull, how they sleep at night. Like a psychopath that can justify his murders. He must justify it in his own mind, his very sick mind.

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This thread proves what we have known since 1871. There are NRA members working to protect the rights of gun owners. There are gun owners who watch the work and bitch about the noise.
The NRA going to the white house is a gesture in futility. More power to them, just don't try to convince me this gesture will have any impact on that group of bastards in the WH. They only want to have the appearance of being reasonable. Chicago rules apply, the NRA delegation better bring brass knuckles.
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The NRA going to the white house is a gesture in futility. More power to them, just don't try to convince me this gesture will have any impact on that group of bastards in the WH. They only want to have the appearance of being reasonable. Chicago rules apply, the NRA delegation better bring brass knuckles.
Just the distraction the White House needs. Who wants to talk about that darned crappy economy, anyway?
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