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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by cbrgator, Nov 2, 2010.

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  1. cbrgator

    cbrgator Member

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  2. CoRoMo

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    Hit.

    BTW, I walked right into a government building and voted yesterday... fully armed.
     
  3. Supertac45

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    Just got home from voting while carrying my P229.
     
  4. DinosaurJones

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    8406 Yes to 847 No....

    Looks good.
     
  5. omegaflame

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    Election guy got fired, they're working on getting the police officer's vote counted.
     
  6. 788Ham

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    Must be one of ol' jug ears buddies, we haven't got too much longer to tolerate these fools, the votes are comin' in!:neener:
     
  7. Ben86

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    Yes
    8592 votes (91%)

    No
    863 votes (9%)

    Great results so far!

    I can't believe the ignorance of that polling guy. I mean does he expect the police to disarm when entering a hospital? A post office? A courthouse? Wow.

    I think if people conceal carried at the polls they would be safer. That way good guys and bad guys have guns instead of just bad guys.
     
  8. Bones11b

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    Hit it and passed the link along.
     
  9. Robert

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    I voted armed last week. It was not an issue.
     
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    91% yes, 9% no.
     
  12. gunnutery

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    About the polling place shooting, at least they got a clue and opened the polling place up as soon as possible.
     
  13. Walkalong

    Walkalong Moderator Staff Member

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    I did not vote armed today, but I could have. (Did vote of course, just not armed)

    Looking forward to watching the show tonight.
     
  14. cambeul41

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    Should citizens be allowed to vote while armed?
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    11047 votes (91%)
    No
    1111 votes (9%)
     
  15. Caliper_Mi

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    My polling place is a church, which poses a sticky situation in MI.

    Probably would have been legal to OC, but haven't gotten comfortable enough to do that yet.
     
  16. KarenTOC

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    Yes....11742 votes (91%)
    No.....1176 votes (9%)
     
  17. mesinge2

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    Just voted!

    I think we got this Poll
     
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