Area gun sales, fears rising

Nov 14, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: North Port Sun

Gun stores in Charlotte County have experienced increased sales since Election Day as local gun owners brace for an anticipated restriction of gun laws following the re-election of President Barack Obama.

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<quoted text>Yes and plagiarized from a 1996 CNN Money article.
He's great at plagiarism.

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Keep up the slander and abuse, it should guarantee more Democratic victories at the polls.
Oh, no doubt your side will continue to steal elections by promising to pilfer more tax payer money and give it to the "Obamaphone lady" type, lazy, system abusers.

Clue: It's not slander when it's true.

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You could argue that , but you would lose to those who know the truth. Reagan reduced tax rates. He also reduced or eliminated many deductions. This resulted in a near doubling of tax revenues.
The dem congress promised $2 in spending cuts for each $1 in new tax revenue. They never delivered.(Sound familiar? Think about our latest "deal")
Sorry Charlie.
Reagan reduced tax rates, and increased spending, which resulted in a deficit. What's hard to understand about that? I'd like to see evidence of that "doubling of tax revenues," too. He certainly cut back on a LOT of those tax cuts as the deficit ballooned, by at least 25% if not more.

What about that Dem "promise" as to spending cuts, too? Obama's 2011 deficit reduction plan promised $2 in spending cuts for every dollar of new revenue, is that what you meant? What happened to that plan, did Republicans help pass it? I don't remember that...could you refresh my memory?

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Oh, no doubt your side will continue to steal elections by promising to pilfer more tax payer money and give it to the "Obamaphone lady" type, lazy, system abusers.
Clue: It's not slander when it's true.
See? You're continuing the lies as we speak. Of course you can't prove that Dems "stole" any of the recent elections, but you'll keep lying just as do your mentors at Faux News, Limbaugh, and WingNutDaily, for a few examples.

"When it's true?" Show me that something you've said is true. PROVE it.

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See?
Yes, I "see" you slander real professors daily.

Get lost, you lying hypocrite. You're nothing, a nobody.
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Reagan reduced tax rates, and increased spending, which resulted in a deficit. What's hard to understand about that? I'd like to see evidence of that "doubling of tax revenues," too. He certainly cut back on a LOT of those tax cuts as the deficit ballooned, by at least 25% if not more.
What about that Dem "promise" as to spending cuts, too? Obama's 2011 deficit reduction plan promised $2 in spending cuts for every dollar of new revenue, is that what you meant? What happened to that plan, did Republicans help pass it? I don't remember that...could you refresh my memory?
Google, Bing, Yahoo, but since you are lazy today:

http://www.taxpolicycenter.org/taxfacts/displ...

1980 $517.1 B
1988 $909.2 B

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You Can't Ban Evil
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U.S. Marine’s Scathing Response to Sen. Feinstein’s Gun Control Proposal:‘I Am Not Your Subject. I Am the Man Who Keeps You Free’
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/marines-scath...

Have You Seen the ‘Guns Are Welcome’ Sign That’s Burning up the Internet?
http://www.theblaze.com/stories/have-you-seen...

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Yes, I "see" you slander real professors daily.
Get lost, you lying hypocrite. You're nothing, a nobody.
I've never pretended to be a "real" professor, numbskull. And I don't plan to "get lost" because a noisy, obnoxious, and vulgar troll like you says to.

Are you going to cry some more over that?:)
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Google, Bing, Yahoo, but since you are lazy today:
http://www.taxpolicycenter.org/taxfacts/displ...
1980 $517.1 B
1988 $909.2 B
Hey "prof", just in case you missed it.
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He's great at plagiarism.
I think that's how he comes up with half of his stuff.
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You not only have no common sense, you just proved you have no sense at all. The irony is you calling me a moron and describing my logic as retarded, when its you changing my logic to fit your needs.
Yes of course, you are reverting to the standard gun-nut-rhetoric, following your logic you might as well cite Life itself as the big killer - it kills 300,000 people every day.
Your half baked excuse is rather like desperately grabbing for straws – you are a moron!!

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<quoted text>Yes of course, you are reverting to the standard gun-nut-rhetoric, following your logic you might as well cite Life itself as the big killer - it kills 300,000 people every day.
Your half baked excuse is rather like desperately grabbing for straws – you are a moron!!
You've already tried putting words in my mouth and changing my point to fit your needs. It doesn't work! You've been outed! Your redundancy shows you're out of moves.
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Yes, so that’s proof Miller Brewing was actually guilty. The trial never should have seen a court date. People unwilling to accept responsibility for their own actions. You choose to drink and you accept all the risks associated with drinking alcohol. Sometimes companies will settle to avoid costs, sometimes they’ll settle to avoid negative publicity.
Cite the case so it can be reviewed. Prove your statement, if you can.
I don't know about that case, but I ran across this one today:

Inmates Sue Beer, Wine Companies; Blame Alcohol For Crimes
Posted on: 5:26 pm, January 3, 2013, by Kara Sutyak

IDAHO– Five inmates in Idaho are suing some of the nation’s top liquor and wine companies for $1 billion.

ABC News reports the inmates blame alcohol for their crimes.

One inmate, who is serving a 20-to-30 year sentence for shooting a man said,“If I was not an alcoholic, the shooting would never have happened.”

ABC News said the inmates’ lawsuit was filed last month and claims alcohol companies are responsible for the inmates’ crimes and should have put warning labels on their products.
No comment from the companies.

http://fox8.com/2013/01/03/inmates-sue-beer-w...

What other country allows inmates to sue and start families from prison other than the US?

But guns are the problem with crime today.

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<quoted text>I don't know about that case, but I ran across this one today:

Inmates Sue Beer, Wine Companies; Blame Alcohol For Crimes
Posted on: 5:26 pm, January 3, 2013, by Kara Sutyak

IDAHO– Five inmates in Idaho are suing some of the nation’s top liquor and wine companies for $1 billion.

ABC News reports the inmates blame alcohol for their crimes.

One inmate, who is serving a 20-to-30 year sentence for shooting a man said,“If I was not an alcoholic, the shooting would never have happened.”

ABC News said the inmatesÂ’ lawsuit was filed last month and claims alcohol companies are responsible for the inmatesÂ’ crimes and should have put warning labels on their products.
No comment from the companies.

http://fox8.com/2013/01/03/inmates-sue-beer-w...

What other country allows inmates to sue and start families from prison other than the US?

But guns are the problem with crime today.
That's amazing! It wouldn't shock me if the won!

“Why call 911? 1911 is faster”

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xxxrayted wrote:
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I don't know about that case, but I ran across this one today:
Inmates Sue Beer, Wine Companies; Blame Alcohol For Crimes
Posted on: 5:26 pm, January 3, 2013, by Kara Sutyak
IDAHO– Five inmates in Idaho are suing some of the nation’s top liquor and wine companies for $1 billion.
ABC News reports the inmates blame alcohol for their crimes.
One inmate, who is serving a 20-to-30 year sentence for shooting a man said,“If I was not an alcoholic, the shooting would never have happened.”
ABC News said the inmates’ lawsuit was filed last month and claims alcohol companies are responsible for the inmates’ crimes and should have put warning labels on their products.
No comment from the companies.
http://fox8.com/2013/01/03/inmates-sue-beer-w...
What other country allows inmates to sue and start families from prison other than the US?
But guns are the problem with crime today.
Thanks for posting that. I saw reference to the case last night on the news. When I was a boy I knew the dangers of cigarette smoking and knew it was addicting. Despite that our courts allowed a multibillion dollar case against the tobacco companies. When I was a boy I knew the dangers of excessive consumption of alcohol, despite that the court *MAY* allow this case.

Why can’t people accept responsibility for their own actions?

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That's amazing! It wouldn't shock me if the won!
Granny with the McDonalds coffee won. Coffee is hot and you shouldn’t place it between your knees to add cream and sugar. For that matter, coffee doesn’t belong between your legs. Nasty granny.

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Google, Bing, Yahoo, but since you are lazy today:
http://www.taxpolicycenter.org/taxfacts/displ...
1980 $517.1 B
1988 $909.2 B
Actually a $392.1 B increase, but let's say it doubled.

Look at the tables...tax receipts increased all during the '60s and '70s, and increased after Reagan as well. Note too the dropoff of $17 B from '82 to '83.

It's true Reagan reduced the fairly high tax rates of previous years, but he also broadened the base of his tax collection, and closed many loopholes and reduced many previous tax breaks - which brought in considerable new revenue he needed to help pay for his increased expenditures, especially on the military.

I just don't see the clear evidence that his cuts themselves were solely responsible for increases in tax receipts during the period. And of course my argument that he ran big deficits, a practice continued under Bush II, remains.

FWIW

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Granny with the McDonalds coffee won. Coffee is hot and you shouldn’t place it between your knees to add cream and sugar. For that matter, coffee doesn’t belong between your legs. Nasty granny.
Typical misstatement of the facts of the McDonald's case. The case wasn't about where she placed the coffee, or who was to blame, but about the TEMPERATURE of the coffee and the SEVERE burns it caused.

Your post is nasty, as is your attitude. Sadly typical of 'blame the victim' righties.
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Typical misstatement of the facts of the McDonald's case. The case wasn't about where she placed the coffee, or who was to blame, but about the TEMPERATURE of the coffee and the SEVERE burns it caused.
Your post is nasty, as is your attitude. Sadly typical of 'blame the victim' righties.
Said the nutty professor.

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<quoted text>Actually a $392.1 B increase, but let's say it doubled.

Look at the tables...tax receipts increased all during the '60s and '70s, and increased after Reagan as well. Note too the dropoff of $17 B from '82 to '83.

It's true Reagan reduced the fairly high tax rates of previous years, but he also broadened the base of his tax collection, and closed many loopholes and reduced many previous tax breaks - which brought in considerable new revenue he needed to help pay for his increased expenditures, especially on the military.

I just don't see the clear evidence that his cuts themselves were solely responsible for increases in tax receipts during the period. And of course my argument that he ran big deficits, a practice continued under Bush II, remains.

FWIW
All of that has already been hashed, plus the Democrats renigging on their match of increased tax revenue.

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