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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by skinnyguy, Apr 27, 2007.

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  1. skinnyguy

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    P.S. Remember if you want to respond (ends 30 Apr), PLEASE keep any comments on The High Road. Flaming attacks will not serve what we need to do here, educate.
     
  3. Kali Endgame

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    One of the posters said that gun rights spent $3,000,000 in 2006 for lobbying and gun control spent only $90,000. Is this true, or is it another erroneous statement? Or is that just private donations? Just curious.
     
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    Yahoo Answers - Outdoor Recreation-Hunting...

    I've never seen so many posts regarding AIRSOFT...

    Seriously I post there and a lot of people in there are just plain ignorant.
     
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    It probably means outside of a loud vocal minority, not many people feel strongly enough on gun control that they would send money in to support it while by contrast, gun rights supporters are everywhere.
     
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    I would say this is totaly un-true . I doubt that $90,000 would come close to paying for office staff/supplies for the Brady bunch alone. And frankly if the NRA is only spending $3 million a year on our cause they need to up the activity !
     
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    Yahoo answers is like a dumb person's Wikipedia. Worse, they close the question (ususlly with the wrong or incomplete answer) and never let it get updated again. It is a giant depository of misinformation.
     
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    Funny that nobody mentioned Bloomberg's group yet. I'm sure not "joining" yahoo just to participate in that sinkhole.
     
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