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Well - There your are... Arnold supports AWB/Gun Control.

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Ironbarr, Aug 27, 2003.

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  1. Ironbarr

    Ironbarr Member In Memoriam

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    Just now (3:13PM 27 Aug '03) on Fox News TV monitoring Sean Hannity's radio show interviewing Arnold Schwarzenegger - among other subjects he supports (or not), he said that he supports the AWB and gun control.

    A flat statement.

    Sorry about that.

    -Andy
     
  2. shooterx10

    shooterx10 Member

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    a retort to "Ah-nuld's" statement

    A proper retort would have been:

    "If you support the ban on assault weapons, why is it that you have an arsenal of them in your private firearms collection? Or does this collection of yours not exist? If so, why don't you set an example to the people and turn them into the police?"

    Yet another "do as I say and not as I do" mentality in the Commie State of **********. :cuss:

    Arnold's father was a Nazi. And Nazi gun control tactics disarmed the people that Hitler managed to send to the concentration camps (Sobibor, Aushwitz, Treblinka, etc.).
     
  3. Drjones

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    That is why I'm voting for a Republican.
     
  4. Desertdog

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    This is why I am voting for McClintock. If enough people does vote for him we will shut out both "front runners".
    We have to remember the question is always, "If the election was held today...".
     
  5. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    I've never met a European who actually grasped the concept of rights. I knew an Englishman some years ago who struggled with it, but couldn't seem to comprehend the idea that rights are inherent, not granted by benign government.

    If I still lived in the People's Republic of California, I'd have to vote for McClintock.
     
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