Passed Gun Bill

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Re: Passed Gun Bill

Postby Sniper » Thu Mar 15, 2018 2:31 pm

Mojo they been hanging folks in this country for dang near 200 yrs and they did it publicly and if you look at the pictures of public hangings there are all kinds of children in the crowd and crime was a lot less back then, I worked with a man years ago and he told me his grandfather took him to the last public hanging in Georgia and he said he never forgot it and because of it he never had the desire to break the law, these Malinials now a days are a total different breed from when I grew up and they need a shock of reality
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Re: Passed Gun Bill

Postby Whitebear » Thu Mar 15, 2018 3:21 pm

We simply must add more term limits and add other blocks to becoming a career politician. It is a blight on our society to have people living off our tax dollars their entire career and then having their families living off of "in kind" benefits !
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Re: Passed Gun Bill

Postby Lwells » Sat Mar 17, 2018 11:52 pm

How many of you went to Miami and turned your guns in this weekend?

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Re: Passed Gun Bill

Postby Deano » Sun Mar 18, 2018 10:34 am

I would love to report that I went and bought three from the people standing in line, but alas, that didn't happen. :(
Actually, the truth be known, I was unaware of such an occurrence. That whole mess smells worse by the day.

Evidently many are not, but y'all are aware of what a *~really bad guy~* Broward Sheriff Scott Israel is, right?
Hillary's buddy. Debbie Wassermann Schultz' district. 6th Largest S.O. in the Country (and Dem prototype?).

Some things ought be self explanatory to a casual observer. Unfortunately, TheNotPatriots continue to profit from and persist
because the sheeple remain too distracted (by their phones, propaganda and assorted fodder) to actually be casual observers.

These people should look up and then seek to understand the concept of "cognitive dissonance" before the O.I.G. Report comes out.
By doing so, they may prevent themselves from thinking and acting like they are crazy in the streets. Everybody would benefit.
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Re: Passed Gun Bill

Postby Deano » Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:54 am

I'm willing to bet a new battery that the media does not give this school shooting the same coverage that the last one got.
It simply doesn't fit their gun grab induced narrative. Maybe both Scotts could learn something from this outcome.

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https://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/susan-jones/school-shooting-maryland-contained-multiple-injuries-reported

I'm not the only one that finds it a little irritating that the coverage/attention that David Hogg was/is receiving has
hardly diminished over the last five weeks. And the MSM would have you believe there is no agenda involved. Really?

Let's see how long the coverage of this episode lasts. I am hoping that you at least hear about it somewhere else.
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Re: Passed Gun Bill

Postby rjfjr » Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:33 pm

This is the first I have heard about this and I have been in Tennessee for the last 5 days and watched the news every night. Gee who would have thought shooting back would ever work?

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Re: Passed Gun Bill

Postby rjfjr » Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:39 pm

Has anyone seen the next bill they are trying to pass in Florida with the ban on assault type weapons and high capacity mags it will make having them selling them or even giving them away illegal. I might have to move

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Re: Passed Gun Bill

Postby Capt steve » Tue Mar 20, 2018 9:09 pm

Don’t move to jersey! You can’t leave your house with a gun there. Moved here two years ago, first thing I did was get my CCW. Now like American Express I don’t leave home without it.

And we don’t need more gun laws, we need to enforce the laws on the books now.
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Re: Passed Gun Bill

Postby rjfjr » Tue Mar 20, 2018 10:14 pm

My mistake I just saw the Maryland travesty on the news didn't realize it happened this morning. The officer is a true hero

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Re: Passed Gun Bill

Postby Deano » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:32 am

rjfjr wrote: . . . The officer is a true hero.

This is an undeniable fact. Not only is that man a hero, but is also representative of Law Enforcement across the board (save the .00001% corruption that may exist in some places). When we were little kids, we were taught that Policeman were all good and guns were inanimate objects. As such, common sense dictated that guns were not good or bad, as inanimate objects can not make any decisions whatsoever. Decisions are made by the person holding the gun. In the United States, good guys with guns have historically outnumbered bad guys with guns, so guns were never an issue (unless you were a bad guy). Hollywood made millions using this theme before they joined up with the MSM to play as a tag team in the effort to dummy down America.

These fundamental truths conflict with, and subsequently GO UNDER-REPORTED because they don't jive with what the Main Stream Media would have the sheeple believe (it's anti their promoted narrative.) They want want the sheeple to believe that guns are BAD. Their twisted logic follows with 'Because guns are bad, we need to take them away. --> If we take them all away, -->then shootings like happened in Boulder, Sandy Hook and Florida couldn't happen.' WTF ??

Consequently, I would not expect they will promote the fact that "A man with a gun, did a good thing" for very long.

Now they additionally have these prepubescent puppets (David Hogg & Co.) spewing their narrative. This is
an entirely different rant that I will keep to myself for the time being. I'm still hoping he will just shut up.
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Re: Passed Gun Bill

Postby Deano » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:47 am

Capt steve wrote: . . . And we don’t need more gun laws, we need to enforce the laws on the books now.

This is a truth that can NOT be over stated !
Especially in Districts collecting Government Money for reporting attractive arrest numbers.
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