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Old 06-27-2008, 10:05 PM   #21
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Then the remaining freedom loving citizens in those areas should start pushing to remove those criminals from office. File lawsuits, picket their houses, insult and abuse them in public at every opportunity. Fight to remove them from their nice comfy offices and put them in the local law enforcement accommodations instead. Challenge the ba$+@rds from now 'til doomsday!
Agreed! Unfortunately, turds like Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who by the way ran on a Republican ballot, surround themselves with Liberal constituency, like everyone in NYC. That piece of SH^T is one of the staunchest anti-gun politicians in NY. I think it's Ceramicoat ( the company that makes firearms coatings) came out with a special line of paints to "honor" Bloomberg. They are named after each of the 5 boroughs of Manhattan and are the brightest and ugliest colors you have ever seen! One of the colors is named "Grafiti". That was an effective way to bring attention to Bloomberg, who has been very outspoken about the threat of "Black Rifles".
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Great...we have a court decision that has accomplished absolutely nothing at all. In fact, it has only served to strengthen the anti-gun agenda. It has established court ordered infringements on an inalienable right. It has infringed that which cannot be infringed. In fact, it is nothing more than a 'throw the dog a bone' low-blow. A true reform would be to repeal the NFA, GCA, and any and all other subsequent laws,rules, whatever...

Funny how criminal activity was way less prevalent in society before the enactment of these tyrannical, fascist laws. I have heard the argument that the cause is the increase in population and crime increased in relation. This is simply defeated by the old adage that "An armed society is a polite society"...Or, if you will forgive the language...The bull**** stops when the hammer drops.

This means that criminal element understand that a hammer dropping on a round meant for them if they transgress the rules of society is the best deterrent of violent crime known to humankind.
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Great...we have a court decision that has accomplished absolutely nothing at all. In fact, it has only served to strengthen the anti-gun agenda.
Umm NOOO. It sets ruling precidence and builds momentum. Precidence is what future rulings are mostly based on. It also helped define another "grey area".
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You do realize this thread is pushing 3 years old.
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