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#220 Jan 13, 2013
Why do republicans give up so easily? They keep saying that Social Security will be broke in 20 years and we need to give all that money to Wall Street- NOW! There's not a G-danged thing we can do IN 20 YEARS to stop that so, GIVE UP NOW!!!! And welfare? A few people are cheating so, give all that money to WALL STREET- NOW!!!!! That'll stop the poor people from cheating...

I could go on but, just watch Fox to see what the cowardly GOP wants to give up on next. It's always something! Buncha sissy cowards...

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#221 Jan 13, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>Really? And with all those guns, tanks, planes...they can't stop those democrats from suppressing them?
What a world you live in!
They used to be able to vote on the base but the Dems stopped that

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Anderson, IN

#222 Jan 13, 2013
Bill wrote:
Obama is a fncking nutbag and so are the legions of morons who voted for him.
Based upon what?

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#223 Jan 13, 2013
Cookie_Parker wrote:
<quoted text>
Prove to me there's no difference in violence with guns before the assault ban, during the assault ban and AFTER the assault ban.
Breaking into homes for guns? You've defeated your own side of the discussion if guns in the home don't deter breakins. Ever heard of a gun safe?
If you BUY a gun, the seller must REGISTER the gun. Why would a felon be required to register a gun AFTER he buys it?
And yet, if a felon went to a gun show and found a gun he wanted, and the seller didn't have to verify identification and register the gun with a background check that could take two days, how would the felon GET a gun when it showed said person was a felon?
Talk about lacking thought process.
Clintons own supporters said the assault weapons ban had no effect on crime

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#224 Jan 13, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>They used to be able to vote on the base but the Dems stopped that
Can you prove that or is it one of those Crainland things? Please show me where democrats stopped soldiers from voting.

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#225 Jan 13, 2013
He needs a class on finances. As most people learn as a child:
- Don't spend more than you have.
- If your tub is overflowing, you turn off the water. You don't build higher sides on the rub.
- You only buy what you can afford.
- If you don't have the money to buy something, you don't buy that something.

Michelle said to Barry, "Give me your checkbook."
He replied, "No. Do you think I'm crazy?"

If you don't get the connection of the little story to the first part, you must be a Democrat.

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#226 Jan 13, 2013
Cookie_Parker wrote:
<quoted text>
Prove to me there's no difference in violence with guns before the assault ban, during the assault ban and AFTER the assault ban.
Breaking into homes for guns? You've defeated your own side of the discussion if guns in the home don't deter breakins. Ever heard of a gun safe?
If you BUY a gun, the seller must REGISTER the gun. Why would a felon be required to register a gun AFTER he buys it?
And yet, if a felon went to a gun show and found a gun he wanted, and the seller didn't have to verify identification and register the gun with a background check that could take two days, how would the felon GET a gun when it showed said person was a felon?
Talk about lacking thought process.
Guns in a home don't stop a break in if no one is home. Most of my guns are chained up but lock keep honest people honest. A gun is not registered. There is no national data base that shows who owns a gun. When you buy a rifle you sign a statement that you are not a felon nor mentally ill. When you buy a pistol there is an instant back ground check but all states don't report the same. A gun that is private owned can be sold like anything else you own. How would a felon get one of the millions of guns out there? He would break the law and steal it. If you break into 5 cars you will find a gun

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#227 Jan 13, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
Why do republicans give up so easily? They keep saying that Social Security will be broke in 20 years and we need to give all that money to Wall Street- NOW! There's not a G-danged thing we can do IN 20 YEARS to stop that so, GIVE UP NOW!!!! And welfare? A few people are cheating so, give all that money to WALL STREET- NOW!!!!! That'll stop the poor people from cheating...
I could go on but, just watch Fox to see what the cowardly GOP wants to give up on next. It's always something! Buncha sissy cowards...
What was it, 16 billion Obama pulled out od social security to fund Obama care?

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#228 Jan 13, 2013
Cookie_Parker wrote:
<quoted text>
That could be true....and now with republicans in congress doing more obstruction, I think the republicans will lose big in 2014. Maybe they are trying to purge their party of the wing nut political cult of born again evangelicals.
The Democrats need to go after guns big time:) I just love to see Democrats be anti gun. That position under Clinton gave us the congress

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#229 Jan 13, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>Guns in a home don't stop a break in if no one is home. Most of my guns are chained up but lock keep honest people honest. A gun is not registered. There is no national data base that shows who owns a gun. When you buy a rifle you sign a statement that you are not a felon nor mentally ill. When you buy a pistol there is an instant back ground check but all states don't report the same. A gun that is private owned can be sold like anything else you own. How would a felon get one of the millions of guns out there? He would break the law and steal it. If you break into 5 cars you will find a gun
all guns are recorded... called a serial no#.. example Oswald

and his mail order ... A Texan wasn't he ???

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#230 Jan 13, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>Guns in a home don't stop a break in if no one is home. Most of my guns are chained up but lock keep honest people honest. A gun is not registered. There is no national data base that shows who owns a gun. When you buy a rifle you sign a statement that you are not a felon nor mentally ill. When you buy a pistol there is an instant back ground check but all states don't report the same. A gun that is private owned can be sold like anything else you own. How would a felon get one of the millions of guns out there? He would break the law and steal it. If you break into 5 cars you will find a gun
Felons can buy guns from dealers at gun shows or via private sales where sellers aren't required do background checks. They're not even required to say "Oops!" when they learn a person they sold to was a felon or a gangbanger.

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#231 Jan 13, 2013
Cookie_Parker wrote:
<quoted text>
Based upon what?
Well based on Obama saying we don't have a spending problem. When Obama took office all the past presidents who came before left him a debt of about 10 trillion dollars. In the first four years he spent more than any past president and when he leaves office our debt will be over 20 trillion dollars. He will be responsible for doubling the national debt

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#232 Jan 13, 2013
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>
all guns are recorded... called a serial no#.. example Oswald
and his mail order ... A Texan wasn't he ???
Recorded by the licensed dealer but there is no national data base that shows who owns a gun

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#233 Jan 13, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>Felons can buy guns from dealers at gun shows or via private sales where sellers aren't required do background checks. They're not even required to say "Oops!" when they learn a person they sold to was a felon or a gangbanger.
You can buy a rifle from a dealer without a check. You just make false statement on a form

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But I don't know that.

#234 Jan 13, 2013
Cookie_Parker wrote:
<quoted text>
Prove to me there's no difference in violence with guns before the assault ban, during the assault ban and AFTER the assault ban.
Breaking into homes for guns? You've defeated your own side of the discussion if guns in the home don't deter breakins. Ever heard of a gun safe?
If you BUY a gun, the seller must REGISTER the gun. Why would a felon be required to register a gun AFTER he buys it?
And yet, if a felon went to a gun show and found a gun he wanted, and the seller didn't have to verify identification and register the gun with a background check that could take two days, how would the felon GET a gun when it showed said person was a felon?
Talk about lacking thought process.
Really, just do yourself a favor and be quiet. You have already made it glaringly obvious that you are beyond lacking in the logic department. Anything else you say is just further proof that you are not safe without supervision. You must not leave the house much or have much world experience.
I have, in the past and currently, know convicted felons. I have also attended numerous gun shows. Gun shows are normally monitored by numerous uniformed, armed police officers and attended by many out-of-uniform, off-duty armed police officers. If there is one thing felons avoid like the plague its police officers. Felons do not buy guns at fun shows.
Outside your limited sphere of existence there are these places called ghettos. They are normally identifiable by large numbers of poor people and high crime rates. See, there is a thing you learn about in criminal justice and sociology called a downward spiral where poverty and crime continue in succession leading a person ever downward. Anyway, you can also identify ghettos by large numbers of pawn shops and liquor stores with bars on the windows. There are also usually clusters of people hanging out on corners drinking and, often, overtly engaging in criminal activity. One will frequently become aware of a very noticeable absence of visible law enforcement officers on the ghetto because they dont do unless called out there in large numbers. When driving through the ghetto it is often safer to slowly drive through stop signs and red lights to avoid stopping on corners inhabited by clusters of people. You can buy many things in the ghetto. Drugs, alcohol, socks for 50 cents a pair from the guy under the blue tarp. You can also buy guns in the ghetto. In fact, the ghetto is the location of choice for people who want to buy a gun in a hurry without any identification or other nit-picky details. This is a good place for felons to buy guns. Since you apparently haven't already, i would suggest you visit your local ghetto and rum some of your theories by some of the friendly locals clustered on the corners.
Bill

Eugene, OR

#235 Jan 13, 2013
Cookie_Parker wrote:
<quoted text>
Based upon what?
(rolls eyes)

Not another one of those!
Bill

Eugene, OR

#236 Jan 13, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>Felons can buy guns from dealers at gun shows or via private sales where sellers aren't required do background checks. They're not even required to say "Oops!" when they learn a person they sold to was a felon or a gangbanger.
Another oft misnomer perpetuated by idiot liberals who probably have never even been to a gun show.

I have NEVER been to a gun show in the past 20 years that didn't require a background check. Period.

So go learn something then come on back ya fmcking moron..
Bill

Eugene, OR

#237 Jan 13, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>You can buy a rifle from a dealer without a check. You just make false statement on a form
Not where I live. Every gun requires a background check, long gun or hand gun. Including shotguns.

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But I don't know that.

#238 Jan 13, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>Really? And with all those guns, tanks, planes...they can't stop those democrats from suppressing them?
What a world you live in!
No, but a lawsuit filed by blobama can.

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#239 Jan 13, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>Can you prove that or is it one of those Crainland things? Please show me where democrats stopped soldiers from voting.
Your hero blobama filed a lawsuit to extend voting for troops overseas so they could vote.

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