Who do you support for U.S. Senate in...
waco1909

Dallas, TX

#39855 May 6, 2013
martel wrote:
<quoted text>most of the smaller agencies shoot once a year...about 50 rounds. Some of the larger agencies shoot 4-6 times a year...qualifications...shoot house scenerios, etc...so maybe 250-300 rounds per year.
The only thing that's really shot around me is when I get my psycho shot injections at the hospital. It's a 4 inch needle and they stick in my ass 6 times a day. That's 2190 times a year, so how bout that!
just noticed

Andrews, NC

#39856 May 6, 2013
Who cares the election is OVER!This stupid post should be taken down.
just noticed

Andrews, NC

#39857 May 6, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Can the Republican Party regain control of the Senate in 2014? After the embarrassing failure of the democrats vis a vis gun control, there could be a backlash led by gun rights advocates that could very well result in republican control of the senate, leading to the destruction of the insane"Obamacare"hea lth program.
Thats B.S. Polls show 85% of the public support some kind of controls on assault weapons and background checks;so the GOP may be the ones on the outside of the senate building.Gun right nuts are in the minority right now and the NRA is just another bunch of Washington lobbyists and that is one big problem with the government now;LOBBYISTS.NRA is nothing but fear mongers and spreaders of b.s. and paranoia.My gun rights are protected by the 2nd amendment which is not going to be repealed and neither is "obamacare" because Obama ran on the platform of universal healthcare the first time he was elected.
martel

Spartanburg, SC

#39858 May 6, 2013
just noticed wrote:
Who cares the election is OVER!This stupid post should be taken down.
This post has to hold some kind of guiness world record...3+ years...over 38k posts?!
martel

Spartanburg, SC

#39859 May 6, 2013
just noticed wrote:
<quoted text>Thats B.S. Polls show 85% of the public support some kind of controls on assault weapons and background checks;so the GOP may be the ones on the outside of the senate building.Gun right nuts are in the minority right now and the NRA is just another bunch of Washington lobbyists and that is one big problem with the government now;LOBBYISTS.NRA is nothing but fear mongers and spreaders of b.s. and paranoia.My gun rights are protected by the 2nd amendment which is not going to be repealed and neither is "obamacare" because Obama ran on the platform of universal healthcare the first time he was elected.
What gun rights are you willing to give up?
Belmont Voter

Charlotte, NC

#39860 May 6, 2013
Money talks. NRA got money. Look how richer than rich Pittinger brought back the toll road when the stupid voters elected him.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39861 May 7, 2013
Belmont Voter wrote:
Money talks. NRA got money. Look how richer than rich Pittinger brought back the toll road when the stupid voters elected him.
The NRA has sixteen million dollars in its war chest.Bloomberg spent eleven million dollars all by himself on anti gun ads.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39862 May 7, 2013
just noticed wrote:
<quoted text>Thats B.S. Polls show 85% of the public support some kind of controls on assault weapons and background checks;so the GOP may be the ones on the outside of the senate building.Gun right nuts are in the minority right now and the NRA is just another bunch of Washington lobbyists and that is one big problem with the government now;LOBBYISTS.NRA is nothing but fear mongers and spreaders of b.s. and paranoia.My gun rights are protected by the 2nd amendment which is not going to be repealed and neither is "obamacare" because Obama ran on the platform of universal healthcare the first time he was elected.
Anything can be repealed.Anything that can be done, can be undone.

“ We are not permanent”

Since: Oct 08

Gaston County

#39863 May 7, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text>Anything can be repealed.Anything that can be done, can be undone.
Really? Waco your smarter than that.

Try repealing the temporary fuel tax. Better known as the Revenue Act of 1933. Or the Telephone excise tax of 1898 that was temporarily enacted to fund the Spanish War. Or the firearms tax that was set to expire in 1936 but the Depression Era Congress let it continue.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39864 May 7, 2013
The Enemy Within wrote:
<quoted text>
Really? Waco your smarter than that.
Try repealing the temporary fuel tax. Better known as the Revenue Act of 1933. Or the Telephone excise tax of 1898 that was temporarily enacted to fund the Spanish War. Or the firearms tax that was set to expire in 1936 but the Depression Era Congress let it continue.
You give up easily.Things change.Remember when abortions were not legal? Now, we're lucky they don't abort kids in kindergarten.More and more dems are having second thoughts about destroying what's left of the economy with"Obamacare".

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39865 May 7, 2013
Seems like more and more people are ready to give their rights away, after all, won't the govt.protect us all? People can be like sheep, at times.The police forces in America act to solve crimes...AFTER they have occurred.After a person has been killed, they will likely find your killer.In the meantime, you will still be dead.
waco1909

Dallas, TX

#39866 May 7, 2013
It's just like my Boy George doll, I masturbate on him even though I know he's dead, that's because I like jerking off to dead people, like Michael Jackson, Gary Coleman and Topac Shakur, even though it may seem sick to you but it's not to me because what's not normal to you is normal to me, although you might think I'm perverted, which I am, but that's actually normal for me and maybe not for you or someone else, but not for me, that's why I masturbate with dead people because that's just me and that's just the way it is.

“ We are not permanent”

Since: Oct 08

Gaston County

#39867 May 7, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
Seems like more and more people are ready to give their rights away, after all, won't the govt.protect us all? People can be like sheep, at times.The police forces in America act to solve crimes...AFTER they have occurred.After a person has been killed, they will likely find your killer.In the meantime, you will still be dead.
Sounds rather reactive vs the pro-active stance I tend to follow.
just noticed

Andrews, NC

#39868 May 7, 2013
martel wrote:
<quoted text> What gun rights are you willing to give up?
I don't have to give up any gun rights because I don't own any assault weapons,which only police and the military need and background checks would be one of the smartest laws that we could have.This new head of the NRA is going to antagonize these already paranoid gun nuts to the point of civil disobedience in this country.He is trying to make folks believe they can actually take up arms against their own government and overthrow it.So I guess the NRA is going to have to get its people some hellfire missiles,bombers,fighter jets,tanks,train some of their own soldiers and navy seals,Apache helicopters and a lot of other equipment to take on the U.S. government.The gun gun manufacturers are amping up this paranoia to sell more guns and make bigger profits.
just noticed

Andrews, NC

#39869 May 7, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> The NRA has sixteen million dollars in its war chest.Bloomberg spent eleven million dollars all by himself on anti gun ads.
You need to recheck your figures.The gun manufacturers and ammo makers have donated much more than $16 mil.And the total amount divulged in 2011 by the NRA itself was $218,983,500.00;which most of it is spent in Washington to wine and dine lawmakers to vote their way.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39870 May 7, 2013
just noticed wrote:
<quoted text>You need to recheck your figures.The gun manufacturers and ammo makers have donated much more than $16 mil.And the total amount divulged in 2011 by the NRA itself was $218,983,500.00;which most of it is spent in Washington to wine and dine lawmakers to vote their way.
Bloomberg is worth ten times that.Most companies that hire lobbyists are worth in the BILLIONS.Not to mention the millions of dollars of anti-gun propaganda the anti-gun people get for free, from the media.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39871 May 7, 2013
The Enemy Within wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds rather reactive vs the pro-active stance I tend to follow.
Reactive? More like non reactive, period.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39872 May 7, 2013
just noticed wrote:
<quoted text>I don't have to give up any gun rights because I don't own any assault weapons,which only police and the military need and background checks would be one of the smartest laws that we could have.This new head of the NRA is going to antagonize these already paranoid gun nuts to the point of civil disobedience in this country.He is trying to make folks believe they can actually take up arms against their own government and overthrow it.So I guess the NRA is going to have to get its people some hellfire missiles,bombers,fighter jets,tanks,train some of their own soldiers and navy seals,Apache helicopters and a lot of other equipment to take on the U.S. government.The gun gun manufacturers are amping up this paranoia to sell more guns and make bigger profits.
Everybody paranoid but you....right.You need to demonize NRA members to justify your line of BULLSHIT.You dumbass.Following your line of reasoning, parenthood should be outlawed because there are parents who abuse their kids.Let me help you here.An assault weapon ban IS ONLY THE FIRST STEP FOOL Check out the anti-gun organizations! Do you know how many times these people say,"Banning assault weapons is a good FIRST STEP"?
just noticed

Andrews, NC

#39873 May 7, 2013
waco1909 wrote:
<quoted text> Everybody paranoid but you....right.You need to demonize NRA members to justify your line of BULLSHIT.You dumbass.Following your line of reasoning, parenthood should be outlawed because there are parents who abuse their kids.Let me help you here.An assault weapon ban IS ONLY THE FIRST STEP FOOL Check out the anti-gun organizations! Do you know how many times these people say,"Banning assault weapons is a good FIRST STEP"?
So your ignorance is exposed,you didn't check your facts on your other post and when your ignorance is proven,you resort to insults and name calling.And I have checked out the "anti gun organizations,which most call for background checks and only law enforcement agencies having assault weapons.So with your obvious bad temprament,that is where a background check would certainly be in order.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#39874 May 7, 2013
just noticed wrote:
<quoted text>So your ignorance is exposed,you didn't check your facts on your other post and when your ignorance is proven,you resort to insults and name calling.And I have checked out the "anti gun organizations,which most call for background checks and only law enforcement agencies having assault weapons.So with your obvious bad temprament,that is where a background check would certainly be in order.
Yes I dispute your"facts".How much did the NRA actually spend on lobbying? The"powers that be"needed fools like you to get their way.Another govt.ass kisser.GUN DEATHS have dropped 39 per cent since the nineties.What about that? You lose again.

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