Mandatory gun insurance for owners
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Anon

United States

#23 Feb 26, 2013
I still believe the answer is to just leave CCW requirements as they stand but increase the cost to $200/year/gun. This would automatically weed out most of the cowboys who want a permit because it gives them a thrill and makes them feel better. The permit would still be available to those who really need it.

Your thoughts, please.
turco turd

United States

#24 Feb 26, 2013
Dems know how to rile the wing nuts.
Anon

Saint Marys, GA

#25 Feb 26, 2013
Anon wrote:
I still believe the answer is to just leave CCW requirements as they stand but increase the cost to $200/year/gun. This would automatically weed out most of the cowboys who want a permit because it gives them a thrill and makes them feel better. The permit would still be available to those who really need it.
Your thoughts, please.
I'm ok with the fee increase and per weapon, but we need to tighten up who can get one. Not every crazy who applies.
Patriot

Woodbine, GA

#26 Feb 26, 2013
Mandatory insurance? HELL NO. I will not comply with any registration, tax, permit, or anything else that infringes upon my right to own and bear arms. I pity the poor green horns that they send to round up the guns.
Sammy

United States

#27 Feb 27, 2013
Patriot wrote:
Mandatory insurance? HELL NO. I will not comply with any registration, tax, permit, or anything else that infringes upon my right to own and bear arms. I pity the poor green horns that they send to round up the guns.
And they wonder why normal people call Republicans "gun nuts" ... Talk about not having a full-deck ...
Mammy

United States

#28 Feb 27, 2013
Sammy wrote:
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And they wonder why normal people call Republicans "gun nuts" ... Talk about not having a full-deck ...
Ha, dems with double barrels. Thanks that the deck only has one joker.
Camden Family Voter

United States

#29 Feb 27, 2013
Patriot wrote:
Mandatory insurance? HELL NO. I will not comply with any registration, tax, permit, or anything else that infringes upon my right to own and bear arms. I pity the poor green horns that they send to round up the guns.
Does this mean we can't count on your support for the "Bullet Tax" proposals either?
Anon

United States

#30 Feb 27, 2013
Camden Family Voter wrote:
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Does this mean we can't count on your support for the "Bullet Tax" proposals either?
A "bullet tax" isn't that bad an idea. As someone recently said, "If bullets cost $500/apiece, it sure would decrease incidences of innocent bystanders injured or killed in a "hail of bullets."
O2 Tax

Woodbine, GA

#31 Feb 28, 2013
Anon wrote:
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A "bullet tax" isn't that bad an idea. As someone recently said, "If bullets cost $500/apiece, it sure would decrease incidences of innocent bystanders injured or killed in a "hail of bullets."
First thing that came to my mind was the LAPD shooting up those poor mail ladies driving a blue truck.
O2 Tax

Woodbine, GA

#32 Feb 28, 2013
Sammy wrote:
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And they wonder why normal people call Republicans "gun nuts" ... Talk about not having a full-deck ...
I'm insane because I won't lick the boot of tyranny? What does "the right of the people to own and bear arms shall NOT BE INFRINGED" mean to you? Do you know what class of people are not allowed the right of self defense? The slave class...
Anon

United States

#33 Feb 28, 2013
O2 Tax wrote:
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I'm insane because I won't lick the boot of tyranny? What does "the right of the people to own and bear arms shall NOT BE INFRINGED" mean to you? Do you know what class of people are not allowed the right of self defense? The slave class...
Ah yes, the boot of tyranny. Always such a big problem here in the USA.
TSA Terry

United States

#34 Feb 28, 2013
Anon wrote:
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Ah yes, the boot of tyranny. Always such a big problem here in the USA.
Right now the boot of tyranny in the USA is robbery and stealing of private property under the protection and authority of the US government. I.E., the IRS is a good example.

The physical boot of tyranny is there to enforce these ongoing crimes under powers giving to the US govenment by the Patriot Act and the corrupt US Tax Code.
Anon

United States

#35 Feb 28, 2013
TSA Terry wrote:
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Right now the boot of tyranny in the USA is robbery and stealing of private property under the protection and authority of the US government. I.E., the IRS is a good example.
The physical boot of tyranny is there to enforce these ongoing crimes under powers giving to the US govenment by the Patriot Act and the corrupt US Tax Code.
Ah yes, the Republican tinfoil crowd weighs in with non-reality craziness.

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