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Please hit this poll! Restrictions on weapons for law-abiding citizens

Discussion in 'Activism' started by ky_man, Dec 11, 2007.

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  1. ky_man

    ky_man Member

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  2. RobMoore

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    When I click on the link, it takes me to the results, leaving no place to actually vote.

    You may want to remove the link, and make people cut/paste.
     
  3. NewShooter

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    I took the time to register and vote. Activism requires making an effort sometimes. Come on guys, it will only take a few votes to sway this poll.
     
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  4. igpoobah

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    Done..
     
  5. AmbulanceDriver

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    Shooter, so did I, and replied to a couple of the antis or near antis on the thread....
     
  6. Dope

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    Registered and voted. It's 9-7 now :p

    Dope
     
  7. AKCOP

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    Registered, voted and posted. Amazing to read the posts by the sheeple
    who will never get it. God bless that woman in Colorado.
    Hey could someone post the link of the interview with the woman shooter if they have it, thanks
     
  8. akanotken

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    voted and posted ...

    I'm doubtful that it will change minds, but it is cathartic!

    I can't tell you how infuriated I am that the brave lady is labeled a security guard!!! It's like our news outlets are afraid to let us know that we can make a difference, instead, we should rely on police and security personel. But the real injustice is that suggesting that she was a security guard suggests that this was her job, that her actions would have been expected of her (they wouldn't be when outgunned that badly btw) and that they weren't motivated by faith/love/valor or whatever mix of strength she drew from.
     
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