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H. Clinton wants gun summit!

Discussion in 'Legal' started by bg, Feb 19, 2008.

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  1. bg

    bg Member

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    When you find out, let me know..
    No surprise here. She and her party have been
    after firearms a long time, now she's pandering
    to recent events. >
    http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/dc/2008/02/clinton-wants-a-gun-summit.html
    excerpt.
    HUH ? When did THIS happen..:confused: :rolleyes:
    Wonderful. I just sprayed my keyboard with
    Folger's Classic ! That's not fair. I want a disclaimer
    posted before she spouts off with a statement like this...:banghead:

    PS Mods if you get a chance will you fix the title please ?
    My "N" died from a drenching..
     
  2. mordechaianiliewicz

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    Oh, she wants to be consistent with the 2nd Amendment. It'll be consistently banned everywhere if she and her crew of civil liberties flunkies get their way.
     
  3. USAFNoDAk

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    It's what she didn't say that counts with the Clintons. She said, "the Second Amendment, which I wholeheartedly support". What she didn't say was, "as I understand it to mean, being it's a collective right to have a gun if you are part of the national guard or state militia."

    Then she says, "there is “no conflict” between letting lawful gunowners have weapons and keeping guns out of the hands of bad guys and the mentally ill."

    What she didn't say was that the weapons us "lawful" gunowners are "allowed" to have, will be shotguns and maybe .22 rifles kept at sporting clubs in government approved storage conditions. Also, she probably believes that the majority of gun owners are bad guys, or are at least somewhat mentally ill.

    We can't assume she has had any epiphany when it comes to gun owners' rights and the desires of the founding fathers when they penned the Bill of Rights and included the protection of the right to keep and bear arms.
     
  4. rdhood

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    If she wanted to be consistent with the 2nd Amendment, she would whole heartedly support allowing the law abiding students and faculty with CCW the ability to carry, and to lawfully intercede and stop the unlawful acts of the murderer.
     
  5. nicki

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    Let Hilliary, Obama and the rest support 2nd amendment

    The old saying, give a person enough rope and they will hang themselves.

    With Hilliary and Obama saying they support the 2nd amendment, the Supreme court may be pushed more our way to give us a real ruling rather than a bull ruling.

    The 2nd amendment really is more than just guns, it is all of our freedoms.

    When Obama says he supports the 2nd amendment, but feels states and localities should be able to have local controls, the question is does he support local restrictions on other parts of the bill of rights?

    For instance how about preventative detention in gang infested areas like say Chicago.

    Alot of attention is being paid on the presidential race, but let us not forget the other races.

    Most gun control is happening at the local level.

    Many of you live in gun friendly states, but some of us on the forum are in hostile territory.

    If the gun grabbers are successful at the state level, they then try to push things on the national level.

    If the gun grabbers star losing at the local level, say in places like California, it benefits all gun owners.

    Nicki
     
  6. Coronach

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    Once again...is there a legal question here?
     
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