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USA: "Dean backer explains gun-control stance "

Discussion in 'Legal' started by cuchulainn, Nov 4, 2003.

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  1. cuchulainn

    cuchulainn Member

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    from the Quad City Times (Davenport Iowa)

    http://www.qctimes.com/internal.php?story_id=1019963&l=1&t=Nation+/+World&c=26,1019963
     
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    oops, mistaken post
     
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    Pandering is only bad when it's done to groups that you disagree with.
     
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    Sounds like a great idea. Let the states decide property rights, or gun rights.

    I wonder if each state should decide religious freedoms too. Some states are heavily catholic, some protestant. Catholics shouldn't be allowed in Utah. Just mormon churches.

    What stupidity.
     
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    states' rights and localism.
     
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    If this idea of allowing the individual states to pass the legislation they saw fit came to pass, how would you all feel about it (asked with a certain premonition of what Cali people are going to say)?
     
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    Howie is no less an anti-Second Amendment bigot than the rest of the leftist extremists. He's trying to pretend otherwise, but I can't imagine anyone with more than about 65 I.Q. points falling for a single word of it.
     
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