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USA Today Poll on Second Amendment.

Discussion in 'Activism' started by gopguy, Dec 17, 2007.

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  1. gopguy

    gopguy Member

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    First - vote on this one. Second - launch it to all
    the pro-gun folks and have THEM vote - then we will
    see if the results get published.

    To vote in the USA Today poll, click on the link
    below.



    Does the Second Amendment give individuals the right
    to bear arms? Actually it does not, it recognizes a pre existing right, but since the pinhead:banghead: who wrote this poll does not know the difference please vote yes. :D

    Vote here:

    http://www.usatoday.com/news/quickquestion/2007/november/popup5895.htm
     
  2. jad0110

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    As usual, you can click the link, but then copy and paste it into a new window to avoid a "trace" back to THR.

    Does the Second Amendment give individuals the right to bear arms?

    Yes: 97%
    No: 2%
    Undecided: 1%

    113,269 votes. :D :p
     
  3. Blarelli

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    Heh, did they really think they could come up with a number they wanted? That is one thing they still teach right in school. The Second always has and always will be remembered as "The Right to bear Arms."
     
  4. MarshallDodge

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    Thanks for the link, I voted.

    113357 voted, 97% voted yes.
     
  5. langenc

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    97% are totally wrong-OR the question is worded very poorly. No amendment gives any rights-only guarantees those granted by God...

    I voted yes.

    I suspect schools/texts are teaching the amendmant gives rights-that is all the TEACHER knows.
     
  6. HankB

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    The Bill of Rights is largely a check upon government interference with rights that exist naturally.

    Still, I voted "YES" . . . 97% said "YES" with over 190,000 votes tallied . . . looks like around one vote per second is being added to the tally at this time. (12/31/07, about 1:30 CST)
     
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