NICS up and running, despite scare tactics
While so-called "non-essential" government workers are off the job today, that does not mean the Second Amendment has been suspended because the FBI's National Instant Check System is up and running, despite what CNN and one Oregon television news agency suggested today and yesterday.
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#1 Oct 2, 2013
The gloom and doom the media and obamacrats professed due to the sequester fell flat. Why should we expect the government shutdown to be any different? Maybe people need to see that we really don't need the government in our everyday life.
#2 Oct 2, 2013
you know nothing or live in a bubble. The sequester is costing the economy billions and at least 1.6 million direct and indirect jobs. It is stalling the recovery, destroying essential services, and is making government less efficient. Yesterday the shutdown affected businesses that service federal facilities and communities or needed information, permits, assistance from government employees, or contract signatures at the end of the fiscal year. Rhetorical attacks on our civic institutions and the common good is stupid, but actually believing the BS is extremely damaging to the country.
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