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What are you willing to accept?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by paintballdude902, Jan 12, 2013.

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  1. AlexanderA

    AlexanderA Member

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    A "compromise" means that both sides must give something up. What are the antigunners willing to give up? Nothing. Their ruling philosophy is "What's mine is mine, and what's yours is negotiable." Their endless salami tactics must be brought to a stop.

    If they're willing to give something up, say, repeal of the NFA '34, we should be willing to listen.
     
  2. HOWARD J

    HOWARD J Member

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    The term Assault Rifle
    Is Obama going to attempt to use Fiendsteins description of Assault rifle which covers 100's of guns--forcing us to pay to keep our guns & giving them to the government when we die--a true NAZI program
     
  3. Vern Humphrey

    Vern Humphrey Member

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    Of course!
     
  4. WYOMan

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    My compromise :
    Federal Goverment repeals all firearm laws, back to, and including, NFA 34.
    All national politicians who either wrote, sponsored, or voted for, any of those laws, will be given free passage to the nation of thier choice, and forbidden to EVER return, instead of being hung for treason.
    HOW'S THAT FOR COMPROMISE ?
     
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    Wow.

    What's with all these "Let's rollover and appease the anti-gun mob" threads?

    We are told by certain THR members here that "we need to roll-over and compromise" before we lose a part of our rights before such a thing has even occurred.

    If you are a gun-owner yet feel the need to surrender your Second Amendment rights before anything happens, please do those of us who don't wish to surrender a favor and don't offer up the rest of us as part of your "plan" to save us from ourselves.

    That's not compromise. It's surrender.
     
  6. Sam1911

    Sam1911 Moderator

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    Good point.

    I'm going to close this one and quote the wise and venerable Justin in closing:

     
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