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Old Yesterday, 09:37 AM
 
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Oh, no need to thank us. Thank YOU for the deaths in El Paso and Dayton. Our deepest gratitude for school shootings like the ones at Newtown and Columbine. So glad that you are able to make a profit from the deaths of hundreds of your fellow Americans. It's posts like this that ensure I will never ever vote republican.
Full of it.

I profit from the fear mongering liberal preach. When liberals scream gun bans in righteous outrage, my profits always go up.

So thank you for politicizing the event which drive my profits.

I swear I deal with morons.
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Old Yesterday, 09:39 AM
 
Location: Florida
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Gun sales surging.

Liberals will never learn.

Thank you for the profits I will be enjoying.
Be afraid when they finally have control of everything, from all the branches of government, right on down to all of the major cities. They will pass gun confiscation acts, and will even require the police to use rubber bullets, and that only the military can have weapons. It's going to happen, just a matter of time.
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Old Yesterday, 09:42 AM
 
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How does gun control amount to disarming citizens.
Because it is just a start. When passing one law doesn't accomplish anything, they just keep adding them.
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Old Yesterday, 09:43 AM
 
Location: Long Island
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If you're a thief, are you going to rob the donut shop with a guy sitting there with an AK and a cup of coffee?

Face it, you are just consumed with fear. What's that acronym lefties like to use. Oh yeah, FUD.

I've spent considerable time around the armed forces in bad places under worse conditions. They had considerable firepower within arms reach. You think I was worried they were going to crack and start shooting everybody? It never crossed my mind. But you, you're worried about some rando crazy and want to disarm EVERYONE. It's irrational and it makes you a sheep.
Strangely states like Georgia and Florida that allow guns everywhere don't want them in government buildings where the congressmen that pass these laws work. Playgrounds no problem but not in my office.
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Old Yesterday, 09:44 AM
 
Location: Long Island
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Because it is just a start. When passing one law doesn't accomplish anything, they just keep adding them.
The only way that happens is by removing the 2nd amendment.
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Old Yesterday, 09:51 AM
 
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The only way that happens is by removing the 2nd amendment.
And best of luck on that ever happening
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Old Yesterday, 10:15 AM
 
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Barrack Obama was the best gun salesman of all time. Gun sales broke records every time he opened his mouth. Hillary Clinton was a close second. When she was running the gun shows were packed wall to wall. I am a hand gun owner. I own a bunch. I do not own any rifles. I am not going to lie though. This past week I have been thinking about buying a couple just in case these politicians decide to ban them. Maybe I just will buy one. But I am going to get all the bells and whistles on it. I will go high end on everything.
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Old Yesterday, 10:20 AM
 
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Barrack Obama was the best gun salesman of all time. Gun sales broke records every time he opened his mouth. Hillary Clinton was a close second. When she was running the gun shows were packed wall to wall. I am a hand gun owner. I own a bunch. I do not own any rifles. I am not going to lie though. This past week I have been thinking about buying a couple just in case these politicians decide to ban them. Maybe I just will buy one. But I am going to get all the bells and whistles on it. I will go high end on everything.
Obama's only real accomplishments were record gun sales and record Republican election victories.
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Old Yesterday, 10:20 AM
 
Location: San Diego
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We never pretended gun laws will rid criminals of guns. That's a stupid claim. We just think it makes a lot of sense to make it harder for people who should not own a gun to easily obtain one. Why this is even a debate in this country is amazing.

If it prevents even one shooting don't you think that would be worth it?. Or will you stick with the selfish "thou shall not infringe" mentality that tells the world that you don't care that children continue to be slaughtered as long as the gun owner can get what he wants?
Maybe, might, could, perhaps. Crystal ball stuff doesn't belong in the conversation.
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Old Yesterday, 10:29 AM
 
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Strangely states like Georgia and Florida that allow guns everywhere don't want them in government buildings where the congressmen that pass these laws work. Playgrounds no problem but not in my office.
Gee, I wonder why that is?!! LOL


The halls of congress and other govt buildings, are where the real crimes originate and are created, naturally, they would not want armed citizens anywhere close...that would be a threat to the criminals working there.
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