Area gun sales, fears rising

Area gun sales, fears rising

There are 7566 comments on the North Port Sun story from Nov 14, 2012, titled Area gun sales, fears rising. In it, North Port Sun reports that:

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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#6869 May 26, 2013
Perl: never leave home without it.

GunShow1

“Shall NOT be infringed!”

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA.

#6870 May 26, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
Perl: never leave home without it.
LXXXVII. In time of alarm occasioned by any insurrection, rebellion, or invasion, all field officers, and captains of companies, shall have power, by themselves, or their warrants, to any inferior officer, or soldier, to impress any arms, ammunition, provisions, horses, waggons, carts, boats, canoes, periauguas, and vessels, with their furniture, or whatever other thing they shall want, or have need of, for the service of the state: Provided, that all such things so impressed, be, by the said officers, brought before three, or more, indifferent persons, being freeholders, to be appraised and valued before they are disposed of for the public service; and such appraisement being made, the officer shall give a receipt for the same, if he conveniently can; and the said officer shall cause his clerk to enter the same in a book to be kept for that purpose; and the said appraisers shall ascertain any loss, or damage, that may happen to the things so impressed, or allow a competent hire for the same, when returned to the owner, as the case shall require, and shall give such appraisement, under their hands, to the owner: And the captain, or commanding officer of each company, after such alarm shall be over, and before such company shall be discharged, shall order so many men, as he shall think fit, to carry the several things by him impressed, to the respective owners, who, upon the delivery of the same shall give a receipt.--(a.)--Ibid. p. 327 [Pg. 307]

[A DIGEST OF THE Laws of South Carolina CONTAINING THE PUBLIC STATUTE LAW OP THE STATE,DOWN TO THE YEAR 1822; A COMPENDIOUS SYSTEM OF THE GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND DOCTRINES OF THE COMMON LAW, THE LAW OF COURTS MARTIAL, AND A GREAT VARIETY OF FORMS: THE WHOLE BEING DESIGNED, CHIEFLY, FOR THE INSTRUCTION AND USE OF THE PRIVATE CITIZEN AND INFERIOR MAGISTRATE. BY BENJAMIN JAMES. "Misera est servitus, ubi jus est vagum, aut incognitum." COPY RIGHT SECURED ACCORDING TO LAW. COLUMBIA: PRINTED AT THE TELESCOPE PPESS. 1822.]

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#6871 May 26, 2013
GunShow1 wrote:
1822
Vikings: Spam, spam, spam, lovely 190 year old spam!
Wall Street Government

Sebastian, FL

#6872 May 26, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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Wrong. The first scanners were trail models that were to be installed in railroad stations and at some court houses. But the program didn't go widespread until DumBama got in office. Note the date of the article: 2010. It doesn't take that many years to build body scanners. DumBama was in office for two years at that point.
"November 2010 enhanced screening procedures
Beginning in November 2010, TSA added new enhanced screening procedures. Passengers are required to choose between an enhanced patdown, allowing TSOs to more thoroughly check areas on the body such as waistbands, groin, and inner thigh.[38] or instead to be imaged by the use of a full body scanners (that is, either backscatter X-ray or millimeter wave detection machines) in order to fly. There changes were said to be made in reaction to the Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab bombing attempt.[45]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transportation_S...
Now, just so we get this straight "Beginning in November of 2010."
You don't have anything straight.

Chertoff’s advocacy for the technology dates back to his time in the Bush administration. In 2005, Homeland Security ordered the government’s first batch of the scanners—five from California-based Rapiscan Systems.
Today, 40 body scanners are in use at 19 U.S. airports. The number is expected to skyrocket at least in part because of the Christmas Day incident. The Transportation Security Administration this week said it will order 300 more machines.

Starting in 2007, full-body scanners started replacing metal detectors at airports and train stations in many countries. Two advantages of full-body scanners over a physical strip search are that it is quicker (takes only 15 seconds) and that people do not have to physically remove their clothes. In some cases, a clothes-on pat-down is offered as an alternative to a full-body scan. A pat-down is also often used as a follow-up when a suspicious object has been detected by a scan.

Who was president?

By your logic ,it's Obama's fault the Wright brothers invented the airplane.
xxxrayted

Brook Park, OH

#6873 May 26, 2013
Wall Street Government wrote:
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You don't have anything straight.
Chertoff’s advocacy for the technology dates back to his time in the Bush administration. In 2005, Homeland Security ordered the government’s first batch of the scanners—five from California-based Rapiscan Systems.
Today, 40 body scanners are in use at 19 U.S. airports. The number is expected to skyrocket at least in part because of the Christmas Day incident. The Transportation Security Administration this week said it will order 300 more machines.
Starting in 2007, full-body scanners started replacing metal detectors at airports and train stations in many countries. Two advantages of full-body scanners over a physical strip search are that it is quicker (takes only 15 seconds) and that people do not have to physically remove their clothes. In some cases, a clothes-on pat-down is offered as an alternative to a full-body scan. A pat-down is also often used as a follow-up when a suspicious object has been detected by a scan.
Who was president?
By your logic ,it's Obama's fault the Wright brothers invented the airplane.
11 airports get new body scanners
By Aaron Smith, CNNMoney.com staff writerMarch 5, 2010:

NEW YORK ( CNNMoney.com )-- The Department of Homeland Security on Friday named the first 11 airports to receive full-body scanners paid for with stimulus funds, with most of them going to California and the Midwest.

The first advanced imaging technology scanners are being installed at Boston Logan International on Friday, according to the DHS, with scanners going to 10 additional airports by the summer.

Logan, the departure point for two of the airplanes hijacked on Sept. 11, 2001, is the only airport in the Northeast to receive a full-body scanner.

None of the airports in the New York City area are included in the first wave of installations, despite the city's status as a prime target for terrorists.

"The Transportation Security Administration deploys imaging technology based on risk airport readiness and operation suitability," said TSA spokeswoman Sarah Horowitz, when asked why none of the scanners were installed in or near New York City. "TSA anticipates announcing the next deployment later on this month."

http://money.cnn.com/2010/03/05/news/companie...

Now, how is it that airports had scanners under Bush when this article clearly points out that "The first 11 airports" only received body scanners in March of 2010?

I provided 2 sources (both very left-wing) that proves it was DumBama who had all these scanners installed and he did so with the so-called stimulus money which we were told was supposed to be going to build roads and repair bridges like the one in Washington.

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#6874 May 26, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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11 airports get new body scanners
2008 comes before 2011.

You should have stayed in school, Pinocchio.

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#6875 May 26, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
Now, how is it that airports had scanners under Bush when
Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT)
Traveler's Guide

TSA began testing state-of-the-art Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) in 2007 and began deploying units to airports in 2008. This technology can detect a wide range of threats to transportation security in a matter of seconds to protect passengers and crews. Imaging technology is an integral part of TSA's effort to continually look for new technologies that help ensure travel remains safe and secure by staying ahead of evolving threats.

TSA currently uses millimeter wave AIT to safely screen passengers for metallic and nonmetallic threats, including weapons and explosives, which may be concealed under clothing without physical contact to help TSA keep the traveling public safe. Over 700 AIT units are deployed at almost 160 airports nationwide.

All millimeter wave AIT units deployed at airports are outfitted with software designed to enhance passenger privacy by eliminating passenger-specific images and instead auto-detecting potential threats and highlighting their location on a generic outline of a passenger that is identical for all passengers.

AIT screening is safe for all passengers and the technology meets national health and safety standards. Also, AIT screening is optional and alternative screening is available for all passengers.

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#6876 May 26, 2013
Fewer words:

"TSA began testing state-of-the-art Advanced Imaging Technology (AIT) in 2007 and began deploying units to airports in 2008"

GunShow1

“Shall NOT be infringed!”

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA.

#6877 May 26, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Vikings: Spam, spam, spam, lovely 190 year old spam!
"Most of the amendments now offered came from the party opposed to a strong central government. They did not contemplate any radical change, but simply a definition of the power of the central government and its relation to the States. Congress adopted ten of the nearly threescore amendments proposed. They emphasized the freedom of speech, religion and the press, the right to bear arms, the security of the people from unreasonable searches and seizures, and stated that powers not delegated to the United States, nor prohibited to the States by the Constitution are reserved to the States or to the people, and that the fact that certain specific rights are by the Constitution, enumerated as belonging to the people, does not deny or disparage other rights still retained by them. These amendments were adopted by the States."--Arthur Gilman,[A HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE, BY ARTHUR GILMAN M.A., AUTHOR OF "FIRST STEPS IN GENERAL HISTORY," "FIRST STEPS IN ENGLISH LITERATURE," EDITOR OF THE "POETICAL WORKS OF GEOFFREY CHAUCER," "THE KINGDOM OF HOME," ETC., ETC. I was born an American; I will live an American; I shall die an American, and I intend to perform the duties incumbent upon me in that character to the end of my career.-- Daniel Webster, WITH ILLUSTRATIONS, BOSTON D. LOTHROP AND COMPANY FRANKLIN STREET COR. OF HAWLEY. 1883]

GunShow1

“Shall NOT be infringed!”

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA.

#6878 May 26, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
2008 comes before 2011.
You should have stayed in school, Pinocchio.
It's funny watching a sick little toothless puppy trying to defend its 'master'. Both funny and pathetic at the same time.
spocko

Oakland, CA

#6879 May 26, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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WTF does this prove? Republicans are behind the Patriot Act. This is no secret. The real secret is that DumBama and many Democrats are behind it too. They never tried to repeal it. It was never mentioned. They had from 2008 to 2010. Where were they on this issue?
10 Senators and 66 Congressmen, all Democrats, voted against the pat act!

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#6881 May 26, 2013
GunShow1 wrote:
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It's funny watching a sick little toothless puppy trying to defend its 'master'.
It's funny watching you post spam under different aliases thinking that someone actually reads any of your posts.

GunShow1

“Shall NOT be infringed!”

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA.

#6882 May 26, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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It's funny watching you post spam under different aliases thinking that someone actually reads any of your posts.
And >you< respond to almost every single one....

"GENERAL WASHINGTON TO MR. GERRY.

"CAMP AT PENNYBACKERS MILL, SEPT. 27, 1777.

"SIR,

"I am favoured with your's of the 25th. I yesterday wrote you that I did not think myself authorized to seize upon any arms the property of private persons; but if they can be collected and the owners satisfied for them, it would be of very essential service, as great numbers of militia would join the army could they be furnished with arms. I am glad you have began the collection of blankets and shoes; this business cannot be carried to too great an extent and I think if the measure is properly pursued, great quantities of blankets, rugs and coverlids, may be collected in the back counties..."

[The Life of ELBRIDGE GERRY. With Contemporary Letters. TO THE CLOSE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. BY JAMES T AUSTIN. BOSTON: WELLS AND LILLY--COURT STREET. 1828.](Elbridge Thomas Gerry,(July, 1744 – November 23, 1814), was an American statesman and diplomat. As a Democratic-Republican he was selected as the fifth Vice President of the United States (1813–1814), serving under James Madison.)

GunShow1

“Shall NOT be infringed!”

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA.

#6883 May 26, 2013
spocko wrote:
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10 Senators and 66 Congressmen, all Democrats, voted against the pat act!
And about 100% of demonRats vote 100% of the time for UNCONSTITUTIONAL 'gun control laws'.

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#6884 May 26, 2013
GunShow1 wrote:
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And about 100% of demonRats vote 100% of the time for UNCONSTITUTIONAL 'gun control laws'.
About 100 percent of republicunts make up numbers when they've lost an argument they are capable of making.

GunShow1

“Shall NOT be infringed!”

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA.

#6885 May 26, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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About 100 percent of republicunts make up numbers when they've lost an argument they are capable of making.
We haven't "lost" ANYTHING, traitor-troll. You're just to blind to not see that FACT. We have SMASHED you treasonous freaks into the dirt with the actual FACTS. You have NOTHING, and are NOTHING.

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#6886 May 26, 2013
GunShow1 wrote:
You're just to blind to not see that FACT.
GunShow1 wrote:
Why were there NO 'gun control laws' from 1791 all the way up to 1934?
Kentucky enacted the first carrying concealed weapon statute in the United States in 1813.
spocko

Oakland, CA

#6887 May 26, 2013
GunShow1 wrote:
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And about 100% of demonRats vote 100% of the time for UNCONSTITUTIONAL 'gun control laws'.
The "well regulated Militia" of 1789 was indeed well regulated by the government.

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#6888 May 26, 2013
looks like Hand Gun sales in Illinois will be going up now and the Pseudo Liberals Democrats and Criminals in Chicago will have something to worry about now.

Illinois House Votes to End Concealed-Carry Ban

By Darren McRoy, May 25, 2013

A law that would end Illinois' status as the last state in the nation without concealed-carry provisions passed the House with enough votes to override a likely veto.

http://wheaton.patch.com/articles/illinois-ho...

GunShow1

“Shall NOT be infringed!”

Since: Apr 13

San Jose, CA.

#6889 May 26, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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<quoted text>
Kentucky enacted the first carrying concealed weapon statute in the United States in 1813.
"The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms shall NOT be infringed".

And thus violated the SUPREME LAW OF THE LAND.

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