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Old 12-28-2012, 02:54 AM   #11
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I'm anything but complacent. I just don't see her as taken all that seriously by her fellow congressmen and women. The best thing we can do is let OUR representatives know how we feel about any new gun legislation. Their political lives depend on us, not her.
Roc, I'm sorry, but have you and some others been learning NOTHING over the past four years? I remember the first AWB. I was in the Legislative Leadership Group of a State organization which was the arm of a certain well known national gunrights association...

I begged my regional "boss" to let me go speak to a certain Congressman a few miles away who's single, balance shifting, vote was wavering. I was told "it will never pass the House, and even if it does it will never get past the Senate. Stop worrying and have a good weekend." That was the weekend he changed his vote and the AWB passed.

I know how you want things to work. I even know how they are SUPPOSED to work. But they're not anymore. The firewalls of the Constitution have been breached by blame-America-first radicals and their voting majority. "You" are to be disarmed. And you, the citizen, will be. Ultimately completely. One way or another. This is now inevitable. It is only a question of when, not whether!

Scary? This is the agenda of The Left. John Boehner is the only thing standing in their way and he sat down with them a long time ago asking his overseer only how far he must capitulate. He has cut from committees almost every conservative Republican, not even personally but announcing it through the media! Even here, on this very site, remember we have unapologetic useful idiots who told us to sit down and shut up from the start and even Moderators who were, well, let's say moderate.

I am not predicting a Son-of-A-ssault Weapons Ban will pass, but am afeared it is nevertheless too little, too late, for us as a free nation to remain completely intact. So pray like there's a God and work like there isn't. Regardless, hope for the best but plan for the worst.
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Don't give up hope. Although I am not a Republican I have always followed politics closely. A lot of what I am hearing from my conservative friends is almost exactly the lamentations of the liberals after the 2004 election, and my how things have changed!

I'm not happy with the direction this country seems to be going and while I'll never be 100% conservative I know I lean right on more issues than I do less, and I definitely support less government. Giving up hope is all part of "Operation Demoralize". Don't give up and don't get complacent.

Sure, this new AWB will likely be defeated, but we can't give up the fight. Honestly, this shouldn't just be defeated, it needs to be crushed to discourage new legislation or even a compromise. I don't want a compromise. NONE of what they've suggested for new gun control would have stopped Sandy Hook nor will it prevent or even discourage the next spree killer.

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When you die you can't leave them to your kids either. Govt gets to take them.

This is too much power for the federal govt. to have and essentially criminalizes gun owners.

Expect to find yourself on a list, which is then published by the local newspaper, to let all the criminals know just who you are, and what you own.

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Germany is showing the results of their new Gun Registry program. We will be seeing more of this. All members of the European Union must have all guns registered by 2015. The American Socialist Dems. are working for this same program.

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Off topic a bit, but, anyone out there considered they could go after ammo? If so, guns are worthless. Just wondering.

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Off topic a bit, but, anyone out there considered they could go after ammo? If so, guns are worthless. Just wondering.
powder and primers are the weak link otherwise there are enough cases, bullets and other sources of lead to last generations. Ammo can be made at home a lot easier than a gun can...it's also a lot more prone to "fall off the back of a truck" during a crackdown. There are billions of rounds manufactured worldwide every year, it will never be successfully banned or taxed into being unaffordable.
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They banned whiskey 80 years ago. The Government spent millions of dollars and lives on that one. Trucks and ships were runing around the clock from Canada and other countries. The whiskey laws were called a failure and the whole thing was shut down. The smugglers would be bringing in everything in the way of weapons. Machine guns and military weapons would be every where. Just look at countries like Mexico with strong gun laws. We are not an Island like England or Japan we are on the cross roads of the world.

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first off California is broke and cannot afford to institute most of the legislation Diane Feinstein want to pass. Second of all middle class tax payers and buisneses are already leaving California in droves . Me and all my friends who I shoot with have already agreed that we will not comply with any type of gun bans and I have a strong feeling most California gun owners feel the same way. When California implodes we will be ready.

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Feinstein... Does anyone else find the irony that someone with a Jewish name would want to go all Nazi like with gun control? Well then again there were several Jews who did support Hitler early on...

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