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Article: Gun rights, gun deaths divide Pennsylvania voters

Discussion in 'Legal' started by nwilliams, Apr 15, 2008.

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  1. nwilliams

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    Lets not turn this political, but I just saw this and thought I'd post it....

    http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/wireStory?id=4654286

     
  2. Robert Hairless

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    And Philadelphia is the place where they go to get their victims. It's actually quite a tidy arrangement that works out well for everyone.

    The people in Philadelphia don't seem to mind being victims as long as they're allowed not to have guns with which to defend themselves.

    And the people in the rest of Pennsylvania don't seem to mind being allowed to have guns with which to defend their lives as long as they aren't required to be victims.

    Why tamper with a system that works? Anyone who doesn't like it can move to Washington, DC.
     
  3. ZeSpectre

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    That's quite a statement considering the violent crime rates in NY and NJ
     
  4. Art Eatman

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    Not much to do with legal; more about political ideas of candidates and voters.
     
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