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Obama Again

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Len S, Apr 19, 2008.

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  1. Len S

    Len S Member

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    I have not noticed that anyone has caught on to the 180 degree spin Obama has on firearms control. When asked about the Heller case Obama always says " To take the control away from the communities is unthinkable, local communities will have the best ideas on how to keep their people safe." On the other hand, for a complete 180 with a twist we have Obama calling for a renewal of the AWB which, correct me if I am wrong, is Federal control over the locals and a desire to ban CCW at the national level. So, The Question for Obama, and I wish I could ask it is, "Who, in his opinion, should have the control, local communities or the federales? He seems to want it both ways.

    Len
     
  2. Wayne G.

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    Obama's position is very simple and easy to understand...

    You have a constitutional right to own a firearm...

    So long as it's of a kind I approve of, and you obtain and use it it under the condidions I dictate.

    We call this, "reasonable restrictions." :rolleyes: :mad: :banghead:
     
  4. ronnyreagan

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    Obama's position has been clear and consistent from the beginning:
    "Keep political discussion out of THR!"
    When asked in an interview his response is always the same: "I think that political discussion should take place in the APS forum."
    I for one agree with him on those items.
     
  5. Old Fuff

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    You may or may not be right but if you are, a moderator will soon come along and close or move the thread. A lot depends on how the discussion is going.

    Until then the thread is open for posts... ;)
     
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    As I see it, BHO, has made enough statments regarding MANY things for me to know ALL I need to know about him.

    For me, that ends any need to really discuss him here or anywhere else. Anytime I have mentioned him, I find myself "Preaching to the Choir."


    But what do I know... I am just a "Typical White Person" who "clings to his guns and religion" out in the sticks.


    But remember.... BHO isn't that bad-- Once you "disown" his views and beliefs. Afterall, Hitler wasn't all that bad-- once you "disown" that nasty little bit of genocide against an entire race, war of aggression, utter insanity, and generally being a demonic SOB.

    "Disowning" things is fun-- once you "disown" how idiotic it is. :)

    There...I'm done.... running away from the political discussion now.

    -- John
     
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  7. Seminole

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    Bwahahahaha!! :D
     
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    Just a typical bitter white guy getting in before the lock.
    :D
     
  9. 3rd Generation American

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    The best way to show your suport for him is to vote the right way and not to elect him!
    I guess it has to be McCaine. I'd rather put it in for Ron Paul but that would be a wasted vote.
     
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    Obama was a director of the Joyce Foundation, voted against even COMPASSIONATE measures if they had some modicom of positve spin on guns... The 90's case of a guy that used a handgun in Illinois comes to mind. The town outlawed handguns, he had one in a safe, someone broke in (for the 2nd time) he shot got arrested. It is outlined by Wayne LaPierre in this months American Rifleman.

    IBTL
     
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    Obama wishes firearms to be restricted to the police, military, and his bodyguards.
     
  12. Art Eatman

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    THR lacks a political-discussion forum. That problem does not exist at APS.
     
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