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New CCW Poll

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Rickstir, Jan 23, 2004.

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  1. Rickstir

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  2. foghornl

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    Now that the Supreme Court has heard the case, do you think Missouri should allow concealed weapons?

    59%
    YES -- The constitutional argument is bogus, and the Legislature passed it


    41%
    NO -- Despite what lawmakers did, the constitution clearly bans them



    Result @11:20AM 01-23-04
     
  3. slightly-abnorml

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    Now that the Supreme Court has heard the case, do you think Missouri should allow concealed weapons?

    65%
    YES -- The constitutional argument is bogus, and the Legislature passed it


    35%
    NO -- Despite what lawmakers did, the constitution clearly bans them
     
  4. Chipperman

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    70% to 30% now. :cool:
     
  5. W Turner

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    74% to 26%....keeps getting better..
     
  6. Bobarino

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    74% yes

    26% no

    Keep voting!

    Bobby
     
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    75% yes

    25% no

    Pour it on!


    Jim
     
  8. Zach S

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    I have a feeling this poll, and its results, may "conveneintly dissappear"

    still 75-25 as of my vote.
     
  9. MJRW

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    I just read the missouri constitution regarding arms. That isn't even a stretch. Not justifying is not the same statement as prohibiting it.
     
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    Now that the Supreme Court has heard the case, do you think Missouri should allow concealed weapons?


    76%
    YES -- The constitutional argument is bogus, and the Legislature passed it


    24%
    NO -- Despite what lawmakers did, the constitution clearly bans them
     
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    76% pro-ccw
    24% against
     
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    still 76 - 24 w/ my vote
     
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    YES -- The constitutional argument is bogus, and the Legislature passed it


    23%
    NO -- Despite what lawmakers did, the constitution clearly bans them
     
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    78-22 after my vote
     
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    We just had this argument in New Mexico. The NM Constitution says;

    It was pointed out that the Legislature and already legally sanctioned concealed carry for police, and for private citizens on private property and in motor vehicles. And that if that was unconstitutional, the CCW for police was ALSO unconstitutional. It took the NMSSC less than 30 minutes to rule in favor of CCW.
     
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    YES -- The constitutional argument is bogus, and the Legislature passed it

    22%
    NO -- Despite what lawmakers did, the constitution clearly bans them

    Polls are unscientific and for entertainment purposes only.
     
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    Now that the Supreme Court has heard the case, do you think Missouri should allow concealed weapons?

    75%
    YES -- The constitutional argument is bogus, and the Legislature passed it

    25%
    NO -- Despite what lawmakers did, the constitution clearly bans them
     
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    Y'all notice at the bottom?
    If it were swayed the "anti" way, it would be touted as "gospel":rolleyes:
     
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    Now I admit I vote in every one of these things, but do they actually make a difference?

    We had a CCW poll here in MD recently and it came out 90% in favor.

    Now I am an eternal optimost and very pro-CCW, but even I have to admit that 90% of Marylanders don't support CCW.

    But I guess the point was made that some of us are VERY passionate about it.
     
  22. Dave R

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    Look at it this way. You are denying the "other side" ammunition. If the poll says most folks favor gun control (or no CCW, etc.) then the anti's have something to trumpet.

    When "we" win, they can't use that. And many of the people who see the poll will know how much support "our" side has.
     
  23. Erich

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    Poll's gone.

    Got some new poll up about the winter-weather school closure policy.
     
  24. MrKandiyohi

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    Vote when you can. If someone who's leaning on the fence or is generally against it sees a majority FOR CCW, they may move to our side or re-think their position.

    The vote doesn't cost you anything.
     
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