Hmm well Booth,Oswald,Hinkley,Loughner were not "right wingers".
Not sure if you Meant to respond to me, as I did not mention any Party Affliations?
I think this issue crosses Party Lines, but Most see it as a Liberal thing.
Sad, a lot of Support is Probably being Lost by the Constant Name Calling.
edit on 24-1-2013 by Tw0Sides because: (no reason given)
Yah, a "bill' isn't law until it survives the process. Her band-standing is par for her course.
Every time somebody shoots a bunch of people Feinstein comes out of the woodwork and plants her flag. From her days in California when Mayor Moscone
and Harvey Milk were killed by Dan White. He was a disgruntled employee and used a .44 revolver. His defense was junk food. Remember the
California, the granola state: fruits, nuts and flakes. I live here so I can say that. Feinstein is from here too. Whenever she gets to ranting about
guns just remember this and have a good laugh.
Im suprised the media isnt plastering this all over their news shows today. Seems that football player Teo dude is still getting most of the media
I saw a bit of the speeches from this morning and a police officer was pointing at an AR and said, "You cant go hunting with that! You'll tear the
.....Really? From what this guy is saying, a .223 round will shread open a buck much more than a shotgun slug? A single .223 round will completely
destroy the animal, while a .44 Magnum will do much much less damage.... Does he think every hunter just dumps an entire 30 round, 50 round, or 100
round into every buck they shoot at? I guess every hunter empties all the rounds in their shotguns into the single target also. 7 slugs into a deer?
Oh yea, not much damage at all....
Here's a quick video from youtube showing the damage a slug does.
And finally here's one comparing all 3
I have no idea where some of these anti-gunners pull this "OMG! A .223 round will completely shread open everything!!"
(I accidentally posted this reply in another thread. It was originally meant for this one...oops)
Did you see any Republicans standing with Feinstein today?
Clearly it is a partisan issue.
I will try to use small words, so you will be able to understand.
There are many (that means a lot), People who voted Democrat (opposite of Republican)that do support the 2nd Amendment. These Civilians who voted
Democrat (opposite of Republican), would like to have a Voice in this Debate (debate means exchange of ideas , from opposing views) but they feel
alienated (alienated means pushed away) because of the labels used by the GOP (GOP is another term for Republican).
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