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Old 07-06-2012, 04:35 PM   #41
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Doesn't matter how it's supposed to work. Obama will put it through without a vote.
...and the Supreme Court will uphold it.
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...and the Supreme Court will uphold it.
But we WON'T.
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But we WON'T.
Amen. There is such a thing as committing a "crime" without doing any wrong. Any abusive law that comes from this $#!t should be ignored as long as possible, and every effort should be made to get it repealed.
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Moving to Norway is sounding better everyday

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Moving to Norway is sounding better everyday
Dont fret! Check out this thread!

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f13/arizona-flexing-sovereign-muscle-67747/
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I pray there will be a peaceful resolution to this, but if not, well come BIG or stay home!

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I consider myself to be very lucky to be living in South Carolina, a state that has long had a policy of rejecting federal money and the bullying that comes with it. I expect such a treaty would/will be ignored by South Carolina and never enforced. And if the federal troops/LE show up to try to enforce it, they'll have a real fight on their hands.

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Arizona is sounding better.

why cant all states have the same outlook on common sense laws/way of life for the the law abiding ''TAXED'' paying citizens?

if we so-called elected them,dont they work for us?

our government has got so big/out of controldo ''We The People''have a chance or say in anything,anymore?

if (gubment) wants to pay me for my small-but very expensive gun collection,because its illegal for me to possess firearms.I'll say OK,but being you (the gubment) can pay $50,000 for a toilet lid,my jennings J-22 has alot of sentimental value
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Arizona is sounding better.

why cant all states have the same outlook on common sense laws/way of life for the the law abiding ''TAXED'' paying citizens?

if we so-called elected them,dont they work for us?

our government has got so big/out of controldo ''We The People''have a chance or say in anything,anymore?

if (gubment) wants to pay me for my small-but very expensive gun collection,because its illegal for me to possess firearms.I'll say OK,but being you (the gubment) can pay $50,000 for a toilet lid,my jennings J-22 has alot of sentimental value
The trouble is that we have to accept the promises these turkeys make when they are campaigning. Then after they get into office they do an about-face and support the policies of the corporations and dirtbags who financed their campaigns.
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I would love to see all states or just one have no ties to the master ponzi scheme FED.

everything grown,made,sold & bought w/no imports or exports (in or out of state/s) would be a hellofagood start

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