Hillary blank when pressed for details about her recent pro-gun comments


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Barr
April 13, 2008, 09:43 PM
http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2008/04/13/clinton-not-relevant-last-time-i-went-to-church-fired-gun/

Read the article. Apparently when pressed for details on the how and when she has lately fired a gun etc. she remains blank or at the very least refuses to answer. The whole, "This is irrelevant to the current campaign." after she brought this subject up with her comments speaks volumes about her lack of credibility.

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kingpin008
April 13, 2008, 09:52 PM
Please refer all political threads to APS. THR no longer has a political section. Thanks.

From the sticky at the top of this forum:


* Legal forum is now for legal issues only. When giving advice, please endeavor to provide links or references to original documents, laws and other relevant resources. Please keep the topics related to guns and RKBA.
* Political topics go into Activism Discussion forum -- provided they are accompanied by plans of action. Mere griping is no longer appropriate for THR. If you want to discuss an injustice or a political development, propose a remedy!

Emphasis Mine

Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow
April 13, 2008, 09:52 PM
“We can answer that some other time,”

Meaning either: "Never." or "I need to make up a lie, and need time to get it straight." or "I need time to go shoot a gun so that I can say 'last week' next time I am asked."

Go figure.

Edit:
Please refer all political threads to APS. THR no longer has a political section. Thanks.

Oops sorry - I posted while you were posting that.

Barr
April 13, 2008, 10:04 PM
Sorry, was not aware of recent changes to both forums.

Moderators, please move this thread where appropriate.

As for plan of action, I will vote for the most lukewarm anti-gun person in this election I guess. Meaning, I do not think any of them are pro-gun.

I just thought I would share this in light of both Democratic candidates' comments towards gun owners and their rights. I find both highly hypocritical.

kingpin008
April 13, 2008, 10:07 PM
Premium - It's cool. I (like others, including the owner of THR and most of the Mods) have gotten extremely tired of these "general" political threads, as they more often than not devolve with frightening speed into nothing more than a partisan flame-fest. Nothing less high-road than grown adults slinging childish insults over politics, if I do say so myself.

But like I said, there is a sister forum to THR, called Armed Polite Society (APS) that will gladly host those threads that THR will not. Some folks don't like the fact that THR no longer deals in certain subjects, and try to hammer those kinds of threads through anyway (I'm not implying that that is the situation here, the OP is new, and probably didn't know all the rules yet) and let me tell you, they get old fast.

kingpin008
April 13, 2008, 10:11 PM
Barr - Please don't take my comments the wrong way - I have no problem with you at all, but like I said, political stuff has been off-topic here for quite awhile. It's actually getting to be kind of a rubbing point with some members, for the reasons I mentioned above.

I appreciate you understanding, and not being a jerk about it. :D I guess there are some reasonable folks left in this world after all, huh? :)

Anyway, welcome to THR (albeit belatedly).

Art Eatman
April 13, 2008, 10:34 PM
The kingpin summed it up nicely...

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