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assault weapon ban as if 13Mar09

Postby pat701 » Sat Mar 14, 2009 6:47 pm

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Re: assault weapon ban as if 13Mar09

Postby jaysweet3 » Sun Mar 15, 2009 8:37 pm

I was going to say, "its back", but I don't think it ever went away.
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Re: assault weapon ban as if 13Mar09

Postby GroundSwatter » Mon Mar 16, 2009 8:29 am

BTW, HR1022 never became law. It expired at the end of last year. I assume it will come up again in a matter of time. I tried to search for a new bill number, but unless they hid it somewhere, it hasn't happened yet.

(L) A semiautomatic rifle or shotgun originally designed for military or law enforcement use, or a firearm based on the design of such a firearm, that is not particularly suitable for sporting purposes, as determined by the Attorney General. In making the determination, there shall be a rebuttable presumption that a firearm procured for use by the United States military or any Federal law enforcement agency is not particularly suitable for sporting purposes, and a firearm shall not be determined to be particularly suitable for sporting purposes solely because the firearm is suitable for use in a sporting event.'.


Of what was in the bill this seems to be the worst part. Basically if the attorney general finds any firearm that was designed for military use unsuitable for sporting purposes, he can ban it. So basically he can ban anything he wants. Most every firearm at some point was designed to be considered by the military. Bolt Action rifles were designed for the military at one point. Muskets were designed for the military at one point.
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Re: assault weapon ban as if 13Mar09

Postby MacMan » Mon Mar 16, 2009 3:57 pm

While these bills are not specifically in the pipeline - there is the Blair Holt bill HR45 - all I can say is NEVER EVER give up your weapons - the crazy dems (short for demons) are in control - the biggie is this; 50% of the voters don't pay taxes - these people are sucklings of the big blue socialism machine - what that means is the loosers are in the majority. We must be Americans and don't get caught up in the hate that the Dems spread - lets work together peacefully to change the course of our country - if that doesn't work, then we do what we have to do as patriots. But never give up your guns. . . or any of our Constitutional rights!
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Re: assault weapon ban as if 13Mar09

Postby rman114 » Tue Mar 17, 2009 2:02 pm

How do you critisize dems for spreading hate and then call basically everyone who voted for Obama Demons and tax dodgers who are lazy parasites. :huh:
You label the vast majority with the actions of the minority.
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Re: assault weapon ban as if 13Mar09

Postby buckmeister » Tue Mar 17, 2009 5:41 pm

In my conservative town and state of Tulsa, Oklahoma I compared the lines and the crowd at the same voting place where I voted for the last two elections. A girl who worked for us briefly as a receptionist was for Oboma. When I went to vote and saw all the
people in line who did not have a particularly "gainfully employed appearance" I called and told her that Oboma would win. I dont mean to insult any of you dems on this site, but be honest. The acorn type voters who just want to take from those who produce voted for Oboma. These slobs in the voting line that day were not standing in line four years earlier. You have to be honest with yourselves on the point that many of the lazy parasites voted for Oboma because he is going to take your money and give them free health care etc. Is that point even debateable?
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Re: assault weapon ban as if 13Mar09

Postby dudejcb » Wed Mar 18, 2009 3:31 pm

BM,

that is one of your less impressive posts...to be polite. You should see the neanderthals that line up to vote in my district. Mostly older (than me) doddering conservative Mormons. And then there were the young voting age Mormans ther to vote in synch with mom & dad. Really. A well dressed, narrow-minded, not very tolerant, group of ntiwits. I'll bet you voted just like they did, while the rest of us wore T-shirts and Jesus-boots and chose poorly. :crying:

I guess I missed the assault weapon ban party. shucks.

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Re: assault weapon ban as if 13Mar09

Postby semo88 » Wed Mar 18, 2009 4:53 pm

dudejcb wrote:Know where i see slobs?... at Walmart. Why do 300-pound women think they look good enough in tight sweats to venture past their bedroom door? I almost went blind my last visit... eye scars ya know.


Makes ya wonder if they make helper springs for those electric carts they ride around the store.
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Re: assault weapon ban as if 13Mar09

Postby semo88 » Wed Mar 18, 2009 4:57 pm

buckmeister wrote: You have to be honest with yourselves on the point that many of the lazy parasites voted for Oboma because he is going to take your money and give them free health care etc. Is that point even debateable?


If you're talking "lazy parasites", then saying they voted for Obama because they think "...he is going to take your money and give them free health care etc." is redundant. If you're implying that the majority of Obama voters voted for him for that reason, then yes, that point is very debatable.
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Re: assault weapon ban as if 13Mar09

Postby buckmeister » Wed Mar 18, 2009 5:17 pm

A parasite does not help bake the bread they just eat it. I know people who are extemely wealthy who voted for Oboma, I dont consider them parasites, just not wise. The people that dont pay taxes that voted for Oboma, I consider them parasites. The democratic party loves these types. That is why they favor making it extremly easy for people to registered to vote so the lazy and indolent can vote for their favorite redistibutionist of the hour. The founders wanted a republic where the most qualified and virtuous would vote, you had to own land. Just look at the mobs in the stadiums chanting Oboma, how many of them actually pay taxes?

My question to any Oboma supporters is this, is it virtuous for a person to vote for a candidate baesd on their promise to take from others and give it to them.
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Re: assault weapon ban as if 13Mar09

Postby semo88 » Wed Mar 18, 2009 5:29 pm

buckmeister wrote:A parasite does not help bake the bread they just eat it. I know people who are extemely wealthy who voted for Oboma, I dont consider them parasites, just not wise. The people that dont pay taxes that voted for Oboma, I consider them parasites. The democratic party loves these types. That is why they favor making it extremly easy for people to registered to vote so the lazy and indolent can vote for their favorite redistibutionist of the hour. The founders wanted a republic where the most qualified and virtuous would vote, you had to own land. Just look at the mobs in the stadiums chanting Oboma, how many of them actually pay taxes?

My question to any Oboma supporters is this, is it virtuous for a person to vote for a candidate baesd on their promise to take from others and give it to them.


-No need to explain the daily routine of parasite-types. I agree with you.
- "Just look at the mobs in the stadiums chanting Oboma, how many of them actually pay taxes?" Ok? That's relevant how? you are ASSUMING many of them don't pay taxes.
- No, it is not virtuous to count on others to give what they have to support you. I feel that it IS virtuous to help others who are trying to help themselves (i.e. welfare recipients who use welfare as a means to supplement their income, people who got layed off and are receiving unemployment, etc.). Why is that question directed at ANY Obama supporters? Again, you ASSUME that to have voted for Obama, one must be looking for a handout. Not true at all.
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