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Old October 21, 2009, 02:56 PM   #1
Skans
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Discussions where politics are mentioned

I've noticed that a number of threads have been locked because of "partisan politics". While I don't mean to break any of the rules in this regard, I've checked the rules and believe that I and others have been fully compliant.

The only rule that I found even discussing politics says:

"If you take issue with a Member's position, by all means speak your mind. If you have a problem with a Member's religion, creed, national origin, sex, politics, associations or personal hygiene, take it to email. "

I have not, nor have I seen anyone else make any personal attack against a member based on their political affiliation. I have criticized the existing administration, generally, and Democrat politicians, generally, due to my preception of their anti-gun and anti-2nd Amendment agenda. I have never made any remark about any member's politics or political affiliations. I'd like to know what rule I've been violating by bringing politics into certain discussions when relevant to the topic of firearms? What exactly are you trying to accomplish? May I suggest that if all political discussion are strictly off limits, you state this in your rules.
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