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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Fake Name, May 7, 2007.

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  1. Fake Name

    Fake Name Member

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    Hit this poll.

    Seems as though there are people here in CT that want to make CCW permits/applications public. What I mean by "public" is to post CCW application names and addresses in the news papers just like applications for zoning applications.

    www.connpost.com/ci_5833197?source=most_viewed&_requestid=3496687[/url]
     
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  2. jester5167

    jester5167 Member

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    83.3% No
    990 Votes

    I was scared there for a moment while it loaded the results but I think for once Connecticut might be on our side.
     
  3. AZTOY

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    No 83.75 %


    Total Votes = 1022
     
  4. romma

    romma Member

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    Well this poll is interesting... I was wondering when some unscrupulous "reporter" would get around to such a crazy busy body idea...
     
  5. DogBonz

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    Done

    Hit it
     
  6. Rob62

    Rob62 Member

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    Done, here are the running totals.

    Yes 13.92 %
    No 84.34 %
    Undecided 1.730 %

    BTW - in this poll a NO vote is on the pro gun side.
     
  7. ravnew

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    Done
     
  8. Damien45

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    They need to change the poll option to Not No, but HELL No!

    No 84.42%
    Yes 13.81%
    Undecided 1.755%
     
  9. Jimmie

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    I always wonder what the poll writer's reaction is when they see the pro-gun, anti-author results. I suspect they hoped it'd go the other way and worded the question as such.
     
  10. romma

    romma Member

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    They can call this "The Gladys Crabitz Reform Bill"... If one gets proposed that is.
     
  11. Lambo119

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    Done! No 84.49%, Yes 13.70% and Undecited 1.797%.
     
  12. KenW.

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    Undecided
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  13. DirksterG30

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    Yes 13.94
    No 84.26
    Undecided 1.788
     
  14. -terry

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    84% no
    13% yes
     
  15. never_retreat

    never_retreat Member

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    12:53 est
     
  16. tasco 74

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    been there..............
     
  17. Len S

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    I voted but since I do not live there my voice would not carry any weight. SO I woudl ask one of you who live there to write a letter to the newspaper that housed the reporter who printed such drivel and ask if they would like the names of the reporters and editorial staff to be made public record? Also that mentaly challenged elected official that opined that people who thought a list of ccw owners would not be a shopping list for bad guys are paranoid and that bad guys would avoid such houses. One would wonder where all the stolen guns used by criminals come from? No I am not one of those super educated liberal elite I am just a dumb old street medic with a BA in history and BS in psych so maybe I am misguided. I owned firearms when I went to college so maybe I did drugs or drank like the brady bunch says. Now I don't remember doing so but who knows they probably say it affected my memory.:(

    len
     
  18. MrPeter

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    Make sure that we copy and paste that link, instead of clicking it. Don't want to leave a trail to a 'biased gun nut internet mafia".
     
  19. .cheese.

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    I love how neutral that article is. :scrutiny:

    yes.... we're quite paranoid.

    It's not like there is any historical precedent to lead us to believe that there might be misuse of such information. :barf:
     
  20. Ala Dan

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    I hit the poll, and the NO votes have a commanding lead thus far~! :cool: ;) :D
     
  21. DonP

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    What a coincidence!

    I feel exactly the same way about people exercising their 1st amendment rights.

    Every reporter, including this woman, should have their name, address and home phone number published so people will know where she lives, since she might pose a threat to their freedom someday.

    I'm sure it will also make her neighbors feel safer knowing that she has no guns in her home and doesn't believe in a right to defend herself or her family under any circumstances.

    I'm sure she, her editors, publishers, press operators, delivery truck drivers, and the rest of the "1st amendment nuts" on her paper won't mind.
     
  22. cheygriz

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    I have a wonderful idea for protecting the FIRST amendment!

    Let's pass a law that all journalists must sign their work with name, adress, telephone number, e-mail, AND that they must publish the same information about their SOURCES.
     
  23. tanksoldier

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    Over 85% NO.

    My comment:

    EDIT: I added this after further reflection:

    EDIT 2: Email I sent to Ms. Brown after finding her email at the bottom of the article:

     
  24. Essex County

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    Who are the fools that even think up these things? They obviously need a Real Job. Essex
     
  25. obxned

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    Been there, done that! Now at 85.76%
     
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