Dem want to confiscate firearms
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Common Sense

London, KY

#21 Feb 18, 2013
I am a conservative republican and if I had the power, all guns would be removed from this earth. Since I don't have such power, I hope the current modest proposals pass and that their just the beginning of real regulation on guns.
Developer

London, KY

#22 Feb 18, 2013
Bruce wrote:
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These so called poor are sitting on the largest natural gas reserve in the world. Families that you would think are "on the draw" own or is heirs in millions of acres of timber, coal, gas and cheap labor. Unlike the city where they have already assigned rent controlled cages.
As for anyone "wanting," it's need. I bet you didn't make that post using wind power.
How can we go head to head against uneducated hillbillies when some of our own are so ignorant?
Bruce.
The millions of acres of mineral reserve you refer to, was sold to big companies about a hundred years ago. Ever hear of the broad form deed or companies like Peabody or Kentucky River. Very little natural gas or coal reserve is held by surface owners. Mr. Peabody's coal train has or will haul it all away.
Hmmm

Murray, KY

#23 Feb 18, 2013
Bruce wrote:
It is very simple. We want the citizens when they are ragged and tired from protesting their lack of representation. To just go home.
Until we get their guns they may go home and then return with their guns. We had to disarm the Native Americans before we took what they had. We had to beat down the South so we could steall their cotton profits. We will have to disarm the rednecks if we want total socialism. Just look at history.
Bruce.
Bruce, part of what you say is correct. However, I think you are a a left winger. A gun ban will eventually come in time. I agree with you on this. You will also see a very large black market open up due to this. Afterall, drugs are illegal, and alcohol was once illegal. I think you get the point. A door to door confiscation will result in bloodshed on both sides. It will be a bad time in America.
HelpMe Gov

London, KY

#24 Feb 18, 2013
Developer wrote:
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The millions of acres of mineral reserve you refer to, was sold to big companies about a hundred years ago. Ever hear of the broad form deed or companies like Peabody or Kentucky River. Very little natural gas or coal reserve is held by surface owners. Mr. Peabody's coal train has or will haul it all away.
I have only been doing this for 25 years, so what would I know. Ford MoCo had more leases in Eastern KY. than any other lessee.

"Approximately 12.17 billion tons of coal have been mined or lost due to mining, amounting to only about 19% of total Eastern Kentucky coal resources."
Developer

London, KY

#25 Feb 18, 2013
HelpMe Gov wrote:
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I have only been doing this for 25 years, so what would I know. Ford MoCo had more leases in Eastern KY. than any other lessee.
"Approximately 12.17 billion tons of coal have been mined or lost due to mining, amounting to only about 19% of total Eastern Kentucky coal resources."
I know of few coal "leases" controlled by Ford Motor Company. Beginning about 1910 Ford had land agents buy the timber, coal and gas rights to thousands of acres in Kentucky and West Virginia. A century later Ford still owns the mineral and timber rights to 120,000 acres. So Ford bought, not leased these reserves for pennies an acre. Ford was just one company that came in and bought up mineral rights. Kentucky River Coal Company also bought thousands of acres up too. Bruce Stephen, a Hazard attorney and good friend, represented Kentucky River for fifty years. After retirement he wrote a book detailing how Kentucky River was formed and acquired thousands of acres of mineral rights.They still have hundred of millions of proven coal reserve, which they lease out and collect royalty. One of the problems we have in eastern Kentucky is the fact much of our mineral rights are owned by big companies. The extraction does not result in direct payments to many surface owners, whose forefathers sold the rights to big companies.
jenny lies

Barnesville, GA

#26 Feb 19, 2013
Still waiting on jenny.
jenny lies

Barnesville, GA

#27 Feb 21, 2013
still waiting on Jenny
jenny lies

Barnesville, GA

#28 Feb 23, 2013
still waiting on jerry .
Curious

London, KY

#29 Feb 23, 2013
jenny lies wrote:
still waiting on jerry .
Who in the heck is Jerry? I see no post from a Jerry in the comments on this thread.
truth

Sevierville, TN

#30 Feb 25, 2013
Jerry is jenny"husband" that what lib call them now.
AndyGun

London, KY

#31 Feb 25, 2013
NRA has the proof.

"WASHINGTON (AP)— The National Rifle Association is using a Justice Department memo it obtained to argue in ads that the Obama administration believes its gun control plans won't work unless the government seizes firearms and requires national gun registration — ideas the White House has not proposed and does not support.

The NRA's assertion and its obtaining of the memo in the first place underscore the no-holds-barred battle under way as Washington's fight over gun restrictions heats up.

The memo, under the name of one of the Justice Department's leading crime researchers, critiques the effectiveness of gun control proposals, including some of President Barack Obama's. A Justice Department official called the memo an unfinished review of gun violence research and said it does not represent administration policy."
AndyGun

London, KY

#32 Feb 25, 2013
"The memo says requiring background checks for more gun purchases could help, but also could lead to more illicit weapons sales. It says banning assault weapons and high capacity ammunition magazines produced in the future but exempting those already owned by the public, as Obama has proposed, would have limited impact because people now own so many of those items.

It also says that even total elimination of assault weapons would have little overall effect on gun killings because assault weapons account for a limited proportion of those crimes.

The nine-page document says the success of universal background checks would depend in part on "requiring gun registration," and says gun buybacks would not be effective "unless massive and coupled with a ban."

The administration has not proposed gun registration, buybacks or banning all firearms. But gun registration and ownership curbs are hot-button issues for the NRA and other gun-rights groups, which strenuously oppose the ideas."
jennie lies

Barnesville, GA

#35 Feb 27, 2013
Where jenny? Why does she want gun taken woman? Why does she think it ok for woman to be raped because they cannot defend themself. Hopefully obama voters will have a good time with jenny.

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