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Since: Apr 13

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#21 Apr 20, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>Don't belong to the NRA, AARP, or any other lobbying group. Apparently you still belong to the "everybody is stupid but me" group though? And Harry Reid was a very prominent Democrat who voted against the bill as well. I thought the NRA only bought the conservatives?
Four democrats voted against this bill.....FOUR. 41 Republicans voted against it. The NRA will buy anyone they can and in this case it was dems from heavy red states like Alaska and Montana.
Phil

Oxford, MI

#22 Apr 20, 2013
StSteve wrote:
<quoted text>Four democrats voted against this bill.....FOUR. 41 Republicans voted against it. The NRA will buy anyone they can and in this case it was dems from heavy red states like Alaska and Montana.
That's to bad that you believe your side is that worthless they can be bought and that they have no principles. I agree with you just not in this case.
Really

Grand Rapids, MI

#23 Apr 20, 2013
StSteve wrote:
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Four democrats voted against this bill.....FOUR. 41 Republicans voted against it. The NRA will buy anyone they can and in this case it was dems from heavy red states like Alaska and Montana.
Excuses, excuses. That's all you have.
red robin

United States

#24 Apr 20, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>Excuses, excuses. That's all you have.
There is no excuse for you.
Rob

United States

#25 Apr 20, 2013
red robin wrote:
<quoted text>There is no excuse for you.
The left always have such good come backs.
Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#26 Apr 20, 2013
StSteve wrote:
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Need I remind you the founding fathers required a guns to be registered?
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I'll address the only bit of substance in your latest radical rant.

Who cares whether the founding fathers called for muskets to be registered? They also respected slave owners' rights. I hope you're not suggesting we go backwards in time to the days of slave trading, Stevie, because using your logic that's what you're "gunning" for.

Gun registration and background checks are not in the constitution, therefore they're subject to our current government's judgement on it's own merit. This current government has considered the issue and voted AGAINST increased gun laws. Progressives had their chance and you couldn't even get it past your own party.

I've no doubt the 4 democrat "traitors" voted against this only because they were worried about their reelection chances, but it further proves how even these politicians understand how unimportant increased gun laws were to the voters in their districts and how important not messing with their rights are.

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Here's some substance for you, although you're not going to be too happy about it:
In a recent Gallup poll only 4% of Americans felt gun control was even important. ONLY 4%!
http://www.bignewsnetwork.com/index.php/sid/2...

That means, if you believe Harry Ried and Obama, 90% of the 4% of Americans want increased gun laws. That's more than the amount of Americans who are atheists like you, Stevie, but it's hardly enough for me or anyone else to be wasting our time on when there are clearly more important issues we're facing.

Furthermore, a Rassmussen poll suggests 57% of Americans feel enforcing our current gun laws more important than creating new laws.
http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_conten...

Now, most polls you research, unchanged since Obama's first term,(You can look those up yourself) also clearly demonstrates JOBS and the ECONOMY are the most important issues for Americans, yet, typical of this administration, Obama would rather focus on tiny percentiles of liberal pet projects instead of the issues most Americans feel he should be working on.
Really

Grand Rapids, MI

#27 Apr 20, 2013
red robin wrote:
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There is no excuse for you.
don't care what you think.

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#28 Apr 22, 2013
Oneal wrote:
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Who cares whether the founding fathers called for muskets to be registered?
OMG! Are you kidding me? Who cares??? The second amendment and what the founding fathers thought about guns is what the NRA bases it's whole argument on!!! You know the lines; if you're for any kind of gun control you are un American and spit in the face of the founding fathers! But now that you realize that they were for manditory registration and the NRA would give our founding fathers a rating of a D-, well all of a sudden it doesn't matter what the founding fathers wanted. OK....Gotcha! Just keep spinning and twisting the second amendment to fit your agenda.

Who cares???? LOL!
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#29 Apr 22, 2013
StSteve wrote:
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OMG! Are you kidding me? Who cares??? The second amendment and what the founding fathers thought about guns is what the NRA bases it's whole argument on!!! You know the lines; if you're for any kind of gun control you are un American and spit in the face of the founding fathers! But now that you realize that they were for manditory registration and the NRA would give our founding fathers a rating of a D-, well all of a sudden it doesn't matter what the founding fathers wanted. OK....Gotcha! Just keep spinning and twisting the second amendment to fit your agenda.
Who cares???? LOL!
That's right, who cares? Certainly the poll facts I provided and you conveniently breezed past demonstrate how little this issue means to Americans. And as I explained and you predictably failed to comprehend your citation isn't a constitutional argument, therefore has no bearing whatsoever on today's gun laws.

Interesting you liberal hypocrites use the founding fathers only when they serve your purpose, but any other time according to you they're just antiquated, tripod hat wearing racist drunks.

4% of Americans feel the gun law debate is important. So, who cares about gun registration? Certainly not Americans.

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#30 Apr 22, 2013
Oneal wrote:
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That's right, who cares? Certainly the poll facts I provided and you conveniently breezed past demonstrate how little this issue means to Americans. And as I explained and you predictably failed to comprehend your citation isn't a constitutional argument, therefore has no bearing whatsoever on today's gun laws.
Interesting you liberal hypocrites use the founding fathers only when they serve your purpose, but any other time according to you they're just antiquated, tripod hat wearing racist drunks.
4% of Americans feel the gun law debate is important. So, who cares about gun registration? Certainly not Americans.
You didn't respond to my whole point (not surprising), just more spin. Since NRA's whole argument's backbone is related to the second amendment and what our founding fathers wanted how can you say 'who cares' what the founding fathers DID? Essentially you are saying the second amendment and the founding fathers have nothing to do with today's gun debate. I'll have to remember that when some Senator with his pockets stuffed full of money tells me how any restriction on guns is an assault on the second amendment or when I hear that spokesperson for the gun lobby, Wayne LaPierre, explain to a reporter that we should respect what our founding father's opinion was on the subject (just not the ones they disagree with).

Gotcha. If you're not going to address my point then don't reply. I don't feel like sifting through your spin anymore.
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#31 Apr 22, 2013
StSteve wrote:
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You didn't respond to my whole point (not surprising), just more spin. Since NRA's whole argument's backbone is related to the second amendment and what our founding fathers wanted how can you say 'who cares' what the founding fathers DID? Essentially you are saying the second amendment and the founding fathers have nothing to do with today's gun debate. I'll have to remember that when some Senator with his pockets stuffed full of money tells me how any restriction on guns is an assault on the second amendment or when I hear that spokesperson for the gun lobby, Wayne LaPierre, explain to a reporter that we should respect what our founding father's opinion was on the subject (just not the ones they disagree with).
Gotcha. If you're not going to address my point then don't reply. I don't feel like sifting through your spin anymore.
Look, retard-boy, I've addressed your ridiculous argument twice now, so you can stop with the made-up "gotcha" BS. I can't help it if you're too dense to comprehend my retorts.

That said, let's try this again for the dim-witted fellow with his tongue on the window:

My argument is based on the CONSTITUTION. Period.

Your inane liberal argument is based on some antiquated opinion that holds no legal bearing on today's gun owners in any way. The subject is therefore left up to the interpretation of our current government with no citation as influence aside from the obvious - the CONSTITUTION.

I don't care what the NRA has to say about it. That's just something else you wrongly assumed. For the most part, I side with the NRA because our interest in protecting the right of Americans to bear arms is the same. Wayne LaPierre's opinions are his own, so go run up his ankle if you don't like it.

Finally, this bill was pressed for a vote and you liblets lost. I'm not going to entertain your stupid whining because you little babies didn't get your way this time, so to take a page out of the liberal book - You lost, get over it.
VEG

Denver, CO

#32 Jan 15, 2014
Please remember James Mattioli. Mattioli has same last name as the discovery of the cat allergy.

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