Locked&Loaded wrote: I got out shot by a 13 yeard old girl.
jrockncash wrote:Is that mask only for ghosts or can fat guys with little weiners use it too?
DuckinFool wrote:Perhaps being an appeasing apologist for the Socialist in addition to pushing a big government spending spree at taxpayer expense is why McCain is handing this election all tidy and gift wrapped to the Dems.
95% of Americans are middle classwhat I want to do is provide a middle class tax cut to 95 percent of working Americans
Cut taxes for 95 percent of workers and their families with a tax cut of $500 for workers or $1,000 for working couples.
Since you probably have no clue what it actual was, it went very well. Everything was voted on exactly as they promised. I believe everything passed the House. They went back on none of the promises in the Contract with America. This was written promises by Republicans. They actually keep them.dudejcb wrote:How's that "Contract with America" thing going?
You need to clean your ears. He said there are two conflicting interests... the rights of law abiding citizens to own guns, and need to keep guns out of the hands of law breakers, psych jobs, and angry women (oops, I repeated myself).SpinnerMan wrote:Obama said that the 2nd Amendment is an individual Constitutional right that can be superceded by local ordinance. What they hell are they teaching at Harvard Law School? What was he teaching in his law class?
What other Constitutional rights can be superceded by local ordinance? Rights cannot be superceded by local ordinance. It's sort of part of the definition of a right.
You still don't think he is a socialist. The very definition of an individual right as being inferior to local ordinance is the most fundamental difference between freedom and tyranny. If the rights of the collective are superior to the rights of the individual, you as an individual have no rights. None whatsoever.
Now we will here all the spin from the Obama worshipers, but really think about what he said. You have an individual right and the local government has a right that is superior to this right. It simply is not a Constitutional right if local, state, or federal law can supercede it.
No to answer your second question.dudejcb wrote:Is gun availability the only reason we have a violence problem? No. Is it potentially part of the problem?
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