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Old 02-01-2013, 01:00 AM   #11
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Dont forget the Chucks...

Norris and Woollery.

They also do an excellent job. Wayne just gives off that used car saleman vib.
Yes they would.

Henson Ong - Legal Immigrant's speech on 2nd Amendment from the gun violence prevention in Hartford, CT would be my choice:

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I'd push for R. Lee Ermey to speak on behalf of the NRA. He's loud and boisterous and most importantly a Marine. 2cents

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I watched a large part of it. The thing that surprised me the most was the lack of enforcement of the current laws against straw purchases etc.
Yeah, especially where Fast and Furious was concerned. The POTUS played a big part in that coverup as well. Impeachment anyone?
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