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This time, there's no gun debate in Congress

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Andrew Rothman, Apr 10, 2005.

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  1. Andrew Rothman

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    Typical bias in the article, but even that can't hide the truth.

    Oh, and note the grabbers' new spin on Red Lake: It's the gun industry's fault for not making smart guns for cops like the shooter's cop grandad.

    http://startribune.com/stories/462/5338785.html
     
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    Thats odd, last time I checked all the proposed "smart gun" legislation has made specific exceptions for law enforcement. And I guarantee that no police force int he country is going to give their officers some kind of funky "smart gun" that may or may not work when they need it to.
     
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    And why is that? Could it be because the majority of American people oppose more stringent gun-controls? Isn't that the way it's supposed to work?
     
  4. Andrew Rothman

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    They still want to be the antigun party, mind you. They just don't want to advertise it.
     
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    Well, heck, yes! Smith & Wesson would have found the cure for cancer by now, and Ruger would have developed a cheap, clean, infinitely renewable replacement for oil, and Colt... Well, never mind Colt, but Glock would have brought peace to the Middle East, if only that mean old "gun lobby" hadn't resisted technological developments.

    Whatever those people are smoking for breakfast, I hope the D.E.A. doesn't find out about it.
     
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