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Gun Control Explained

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by DWC, May 1, 2011.

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  1. DWC

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  2. scott5

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    She brings up some good points! To Liberals:scrutiny:

    But since liberals don't have any real truth or facts to back up
    their emotional bubble-world reality they tend to follow anybody
    or anything that goes along with their perverted sense of just who
    should own a firearme and who shouldn't.
     
  3. dirtykid

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    Perfect ! LMFAO !!
     
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    Like how she thinks getting the guns from law abiding citizens is a good first step, I would certainly feel better if only the criminals had guns:banghead:. The problem with that is it's so true to the point of views some have, they don't realize they feel safe because the bad guy don't know if your liberal for a gun owner:D
     
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    Guns are not necessarily a "liberal" versus "conservative" issue. There are quite a few pro-gun "liberals," even though they tend to get drowned out by the "liberal" mainstream. It seems to me that we're becoming more and more polarized into political "tribes," with each tribe insisting on a rigid political orthodoxy across every issue. For gun owners to identify exclusively with one particular tribe is a big mistake. The NRA, for example, has been successful partly because it is not seen as just another arm of the Republican Party. (Although there are plenty of people, on either side of the gun issue, that would like to brand it as such.)
     
  6. 45-auto

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    Good one!

    Thanks for the link.

    It was hilarious and dead on point.
     
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    LOL! that's a modern classic
     
  8. TexasRifleman

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    Funny but it gets a little close to party politics.

    Also, to the OP, posting a simple link with no discussion is not good practice and will nearly always result in a closed thread.

    It's called a "drive by" post. This is a discussion forum, blind links are never a good idea.
     
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