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Hit this poll: enforcement of illegal laws in Philadelphia

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by takhtakaal, Apr 15, 2008.

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  1. takhtakaal

    takhtakaal Member

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    Look for "live vote" in lower right corner of page:

    http://www.nbc10.com/index.html

    Philadelphia's own DA has told the mayor and police commissioner both that the laws are unconstitutional, unenforceable, and illegal, and still they're attempting to convince the DA to prosecute, even though state law makes the laws illegal.
     
  2. Larryect

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    69% to 31% against enforcing illegal laws. Unbelievable
     
  3. takhtakaal

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    Hey, it isn't like that 31% has integrity, intelligence, or the ability to really think anything through.
     
  4. armedandsafe

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    Choice Votes Percentage of 1061 Votes
    Yes 317 30%
    No 744 70%
     
  5. fearless leader

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    Okay, I did it.
     
  6. Huddog

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    I voted. Hope the DA sticks to his guns.
     
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    Love how that poll bothers to mention the conflict with State laws. :rolleyes:
     
  8. Hoppy590

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    guys cut and copy the link, dont just click it.

    it underminds the poll when they see us all coming from progun sites
     
  9. axeman_g

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    HER guns... Lynn Abrahams is one of the toughest, nononsense DAs in the nation... stuck for the last 8 years with one of the worst mayors in the WORLD.

    The new mayor, Nutter, is good but he is overstepping here, trying to play to the populace.
     
  10. yhtomit

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    Down to 28pct right now in the COMPLETELY stupid column :)

    timothy
     
  11. Kitchen_Duty

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    Stick it to them worthless "we will switch the numbers" poll! I know it all matters in the public eye but I hope these things will eventually pull some public opinion our way
     
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    Should the new gun-control measures passed by Philadelphia City Council be enforced?

    Yes: 337 (28%)
    No: 872 (72%)
     
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    Should the new gun-control measures passed by Philadelphia City Council be enforced?
    Choice Votes Percentage of 1339 Votes
    Yes 365 27%
    No 974 73%
    Thanks for taking part in NBC10.com's survey.

    Thats a good start.
     
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    We're up to 73% in the "right" column............
     
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    The communist make their own laws!:mad:
     
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    Thanks for helping out guys. I'm from outside the city but I fear things like these eventually taking over the state.
     
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    Yes 381 27%
    No 1035 73%
     
  19. Fish828

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    i voted and you know what i voted for. thanks for the poll takhtakaal this is an important issue for me.
     
  20. Fish828

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    p.s. being as high road as i can, mayor nutter is a complete idiot when it comes to gun control.
     
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    And crime. But he scores a big victory here. He can blame everyone else for the Violent Crime issues.
     
  22. NG VI

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    31% percent dumb. But it's nice to know 'informal' polls don't mention that there is even a conflict with the laws, or that they are just waiting to be struck down. Makes you wonder how 'formal' polls word their questions.
     
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    68% no, 32% yes, 1828 votes total
     
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    They should change the wording, "Should the Unconstitutional laws passed by the city council be enforced?"
     
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    Just voted.
    Down to 66% no now,34% yes.
    Anti's making a minor comeback.
     
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