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Old 05-06-2014, 07:24 PM   #11
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Sadly you are becoming more of a minority than a majority. It is clear that more and more Gun Owners are either going to vote Democrat funded third party spoiler (L) or stay home in protest on election day, thus handing the WH, the Senate and the House to the Democrats.

You will never find a candidate "PURE" enough to satisfy the fanatics.

When they start calling old time, proven conservative hard-liners like Paul Ryan and Scott Walker "liberal sell-outs" you know that nobody will ever get them off of their arse to go out and vote.
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You will never find a candidate "PURE" enough to satisfy the fanatics.

When they start calling old time, proven conservative hard-liners like Paul Ryan and Scott Walker "liberal sell-outs" you know that nobody will ever get them off of their arse to go out and vote.

Yeah, Scott Walker! Took a multi-million dollar deficit, turned it into a surplus, didn't lay off any Government employees, Reduced Unemployment, Reduced Taxes, created Privet sector Jobs, etc.etc.etc.etc. and he is fighting for his political career and will without a doubt be defeated in the next WI Gubernatorial election.
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Over the last few years I have come to know no less than five families who moved out of NJ just because of the lack a gun rights.
Like I have said many times, JUDGES are AGENTS of the government!
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ALL 'professional politicians' are sell outs.
They need to follow George Washington's example. Until we get mandatory national term limits nothing will change. But the catch-22 here is the AH's will not enact a law like that because they are 'professional politicians'!
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