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Old 07-10-2014, 01:56 AM   #171
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Pandering to and agreeing with gun control doesn't stand in a shade of Grey.

Read and understand the Constitution and the Bill of Rights like a child, it is that simple, not like a secular progressive lawyer dissecting it to quill your fears or to fulfill the agenda.
I don't pander to those groups and just because I have common sense, you question my knowledge ? I am 100% positive - no doubt in my mind I know more about constitutional law than you could ever hope to. But that is really a side issue because the disagreement here is what is common sense and what is extremism.

I have a right to drive a car (actually, technically, its a privilege, not a right), but common sense tells me I should not drive 60mph through a school crossing.

You do have the right (in States with OC) to carry a long gun into places where it is not expressly forbidden. That still doesn't make it a smart move and will at some point get some 2A yahoo shot because someone (a realist) thought they were a BG.

Your posts, you belligerent extremism in trying to make a sewer look like a swimming pool is defeatist and divisive. It is your actions and your words that fuel the anti's. You are giving them EXACTLY what they want. A poster child for gun toting extremists.

By the way, it's QUEL, not quill unless you are looking to write down your fears with an antiquated pen...but smart guy like you knew that right ?
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Keep grinding, the anti stance is gaining traction.

Bending to the will of anti 2A crowd will guarantee it's demise.
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Pandering to and agreeing with gun control doesn't stand in a shade of grey.
Nobody here is doing any such thing. The point you seem to be missing is we're not swaying any anti 2A people our way and they aren't swaying any of us their way. As has already been said, it's the very large group of "I don't care's" who will be the deciding factor. Just a hunch, but a parade of idiots at Target probably didn't do much for the cause. These demonstrations aren't normalizing OC, they're normalizing the little no guns signs in windows.

When did rational thoughts and actions become pandering? I can walk into a coffee shop and use my AR barrel as a bagel holder while screaming "2A!" at anyone that looks at me, but the rational side of my brain says "hey, that's really stupid".
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