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Serving Up A Big Old Spoonful Of Humility To Anti-Gun Mayors

Discussion in 'Legal' started by gopguy, Jun 12, 2007.

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  1. gopguy

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    I read that earlier today. Great stuff.
     
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    Sweet reading. Thanks for sharing. Moreover, thanks for being active. [​IMG]
     
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    It was a bittersweet read. The arrogance of elected officials makes my blood boil. It would be nice of the Attorney General's office swung a bigger hammer in these cases. Anyway, nice to see some victories for the good guys.

    People, it's a slow, hard battle with many setbacks, but we are winning.
     
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    Good work

    I wonder how difficult it would be for an ordinary citizen to actually sue and win a case like that?
    I just volunteered with these folks. Something I've been meaning to do for awhile. Better later than never.
     
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    +1 for a good article
     
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    Well done, sir !!!

    (On a side note, I worked for Airborne Express several years ago and got the opportunity to spend some time in lovely Wilmington, OH. Tell me, do they still roll up the sidewalks when the first plane lands at the airport ??? :rolleyes: :evil: :D ;) )
     
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    Hi All, thanks so much for the kind words. I am glad the article was liked. The next one will come out next week dealing with the Lautenberg amendment and hopes to repeal it. A long shot, but I have been known to charge windmills. LOL:D

    g36-UK, delighted to see this is being read across the pond. I hope you all will get your firearm rights restored. I am truly saddened for what has happened to my English and Scottish cousins. However if the American model has shown anything activists working together can restore what has been taken from you. ;) Good luck.

    Scout 26 Indeed Wilmington Ohio is not known for her night life. You fly boys are just too wild.:evil: LOL :evil: Even the College is pretty tame, though the coeds look much better than they did in my days there. But I will say the town is less the sleepy "pork capitol" she was when I was growing up. I have many friends who work for Airborne...well DHL now. Several are very active at the gun club. I suspect you probably know them.

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