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When SHTF: Keep me informed about both sides.

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Rachen, May 22, 2007.

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  1. Rachen

    Rachen member

    What if Ron Paul drops out of the campaign. Who is the next candidate that supports the Right to Bear Arms.
    I just hope Paul keeps running, there is no reason to quit that now he has the support of most pro gun groups.

    Guiliani is out of the question. He hates guns as much as cats dislike dogs. I live in NYC, and know about his little scandals. If his own son can say something bad about him, he definitely has issues.
    Hillary: I don't know her true colors. There are pro-gun Democrats, which make it even more complicated.
    Obama: Not really.
  2. 2TransAms

    2TransAms Well-Known Member

    Nobody knows Hilary's true colors,she says whatever you want to hear. And that tells me she's a liar. I know enough to say she's anti-gun though,look at her associates.

    Obama is from Chicago. 'Nuff said.
  3. Sam Adams

    Sam Adams Well-Known Member

    Fred Thompson. Look for him to declare in early July, after the quarterly FCC reports are due.
  4. Crunker1337

    Crunker1337 Well-Known Member

    Even if a pro-gun President is elected, will they be able to fix everything before they're impeached by our lame Congress?
  5. ChestyP

    ChestyP Well-Known Member

    Fred Thompson

    is being courted heavily by conservatives. He has/had a good track record in the Senate, has long experience in D.C., and plays a conservative District Attorney on Law & Order (not important for his role, but for his name recognition and his acting ability -- his ability to project a strong, positive demeanor).

    In the meantime, both parties' top tiers chew each up and/or self destruct.

    Fred needs to get into the game ASAP to start building a warchest. Next years' candidates will be decided in late January/early February. I expect one he announces, conservative groups will line up donors.
  6. silliman89

    silliman89 Well-Known Member

  7. xd9fan

    xd9fan Well-Known Member

    He just comes across as not enough for what we need. IMHO
  8. longhorngunman

    longhorngunman Well-Known Member

    Well, he's as good as we're going to get. Even Reagan wasn't really Reagan.
  9. Boats

    Boats member

    Since he is not Ron Paul, he'll never be enough for some. Unlike Paul, Thompson has a realistic chance at gaining the White House.

    He was instrumental in getting Chief Justice Roberts past the Democratic filibustery minions when Judge Roberts was nominated.

    Since what we MOST need from an RKBA perspective are two more solid SCOTUS appointments, I'll take the nominees from someone who is pro-2A and has more than a snowball's chance in Hell of gaining the Oval Office.

    Ron Paul ain't gonna get it done.
  10. lamazza

    lamazza Well-Known Member

    He certainly can get it done. He has alot of support. You just keep chanting 'he doesn't have a chance' mantra and I'll up my local grassroots efforts.
  11. Malone LaVeigh

    Malone LaVeigh Well-Known Member

  12. Lone_Gunman

    Lone_Gunman Well-Known Member

    What expectations do you have exactly. When you say "fix everything" what do you mean?
  13. Art Eatman

    Art Eatman Administrator Staff Member

    We have a gaillion candidate-threads going, and the primaries don't happen for months and months! This is superfluous; I haven't seen one comment that hasn't already been made.


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