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Originally posted by DohBama
how to tell if you are a right-wing terrorist:
1. you wish to own a gun
if you chose #1, then you are a right wing terrorist and are not permitted to own a gun.
that was easy, wasnt it?
Originally posted by jimmyx
it seems that every now and then that a post comes up that talks about the government taking peoples weapons away from them. of course this has not happened. every time a democrat gets into office, he is labeled as a president that wants to take away peoples right to own arms. this was the mantra during bill clintons presidency, and this is what is being said about obamas presidency. if the government comes out and says that you can no longer buy hundreds of guns without having a legitimate business that requires that, i'm all for it, and i'm a gun owner. if a private citizen buys 50 m-16 rifles, i would like the government to know why. there has to be critical thinking skills applied here folks. there are many gangs and groups that i WOULD NOT want to have these weapons.
Peter King first ran for public office in 1977, when he ran for Hempstead Town Council in Hempstead, New York
In the 1980s he frequently traveled to Northern Ireland to meet with IRA members. In 1982, speaking at a pro-IRA rally in Nassau County, New York he said that “We must pledge ourselves to support those brave men and women who this very moment are carrying forth the struggle against British imperialism in the streets of Belfast and Derry.”   He was branded by a judge in a Northern Ireland court “an obvious collaborator with the IRA”. He became involved with NORAID, an organization that the British, Irish and US governments accuse of both financing the IRA and providing them with weapons,
Originally posted by alphabetaone
If it would be possible just for once, when a Bill comes into the eyes of the public, that they could look a little further than their party lines when making an assessment of it??
I've asked the question 3 times or more, and still no response, where is there ANY mention other than dangerous terrorists not being able to get transfers of firearms that would suggest this is a partisan issue?
Anyone with one single point of that Bill as a reference would do....
[edit on 9-5-2009 by alphabetaone]