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RE: City of Moscow contimplating firearms ban

Discussion in 'Activism' started by MD_Willington, Aug 7, 2007.

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  1. MD_Willington

    MD_Willington Member

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    I wrote the following and sent it to some of the local papers in Idaho;

    I do not know if any of the papers subscribers will get a chance to read it, so I plan on posting a copy of it on some of the public poster boards in downtown Moscow.

    I just had to do this to get this off my chest, hollow laws vex me, regardless if they are for firearms or not.
     
  2. Mokothar

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    Yeah, this kind of rubbish is everywhere.
    It's commonplace for politicians to inflate an issue beyond proportion so they can pass a high-profile law over it, which won't even solve the initial problem.

    More so, these kinds of laws are a waste of taxpayer money, and leaves law-abiding citizens at risk. So there's still two groups of people with guns who are taking "our" money, politicians and thugs.

    Est plebibus referendum!
     
  3. Cooperdisciple

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    Well done, I hope the editor of your paper is a bit fairer than her honor and prints your letter. It's rather ironic that a mayor with these views is in a city named Moscow (no offense intended). It's also very sad that she chooses to "paint" a certain segment of society with such a view. Does Idaho have a pre-emption law? If not, it might be worthwhile to write your elected representatives in support of one. Best of luck.
     
  4. MD_Willington

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    No offense taken, I live outside of Moscow.

    I had contemplated buying a house there, and we do spend our money and go to church there. From now on I plan on taking my money to Lewiston instead, same drive time, more level headed too. I hope those who spend their money in Moscow will do the same.
     
  5. Geno
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    So, in effect, they are trying to take up as a city, that which Washington, DC stands to lose with their pending decision? Your difficulty may be soon resolved...well, depending on the decision, right? (pause) Or, all of our problems may soon be beginning.
     
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