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1 Gun A Month Poll, Philadelphia

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Guy L Johnson, Oct 11, 2006.

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  1. Guy L Johnson

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  2. SoCalShooter

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    Its a little slow, but dont worry we will help ya out.



    I'm opposed to tougher gun limits.
    155 votes (38%)
    I'd like to see even tougher limits.
    198 votes (48%)
    Sounds like a good idea.
    56 votes (14%)
    Undecided
    3 votes (1%)
     
  3. MartinBrody

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    Catching up

    176 (40%) oppose tougher limits
    204 (46%) support tougher limits
    56 (13%) good idea
    3 (1%) undecided
     
  4. Rem700SD

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    I just wish that I could afford to buy one gun a month!!
     
  5. NineseveN

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    Garbage.
     
  6. Eightball

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    Let's swamp their tiny, leftist, anti-gun brains and rock that vote, shall we? :evil:
     
  7. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    I'll agree to one gun a month when the leftist extremists agree to limit themselves to one hour a month on the internet.
     
  8. statelineblues

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    As of my vote:

    200 oppose (43%)
    207 agree (44%)
    57 like idea (12%)
    3 undecided (1%)
     
  9. MountainBear

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    Mine made it even closer, but damn thats scary. Even tougher? Like has been said many times on this site, I guess next we blame Rosie's fork for making her fat.
     
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    mine made it 206 to 207.
     
  11. Guy L Johnson

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  13. MountainBear

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    278 to 221 is sounding a lot better than when I voted...
     
  14. dodge

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    Just voted numbers at this time are now:
    341 (54%)

    221 (35%)

    61 (10%)

    3 (0%)

    and getting better.
     
  15. Lonestar

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    I wish I could afford more than one gun a month:( Good news is Lynn Swan opposes the limit. Another reason for me to vote for him instead of fast Eddie Rendell
     
  16. BobTheTomato

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    I dont see it
     
  17. DirksterG30

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    As of this morning
    376 -57%
    221 -33%
    62 -9%
    3-0%
     
  18. DogBonz

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    just voted

    395 58%
    221 32%
    69 9%
    3 0%
     
  19. Rumble

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    Heh. 464 "opposed to tougher laws" vs. 222 "impose additional restrictions"
     
  20. StiKiller

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    looks like the OPPOSED to tougher gun laws are running away with it, of course my vote helped ^.^
     
  21. Cuda

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    I'm opposed to tougher gun limits. 553 votes (66%)
    I'd like to see even tougher limits. 222 votes (26%)
    Sounds like a good idea. 63 votes (7%)
    Undecided 3 votes (0%)


    C
     
  22. Gaucho Gringo

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    I Just voted. It stands now at:

    I'm opposed to tougher gun limits. 656 votes
    I'd like to see even tougher limits. 222 votes
    Sounds like a good idea. 64 votes
    Undecided 3 votes
     
  23. trickyasafox

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    lol as of my vote:

    I'm opposed to tougher gun limits.
    710 votes (71%)
    I'd like to see even tougher limits.
    222 votes (22%)
    Sounds like a good idea.
    64 votes (6%)
    Undecided
    3 votes (0%)
     
  24. Glockamolie

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    Why is there no option for "the gun laws are already too restrictive"?

    EDIT: 719 to 222. :)
     
  25. Crawlin

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    I'm opposed to tougher gun limits.
    731 votes (72%)
    I'd like to see even tougher limits.
    222 votes (22%)
    Sounds like a good idea.
    64 votes (6%)
    Undecided
    3 votes (0%)

    Oh yea. ;)
     
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