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Old October 20, 2009, 07:47 AM   #13
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Also, moving away due to gun laws is not the answer, it only allows single partisan politics to thrive in communities and states. My idea is that if I/we live in a state that constricts gun ownership, I/we can be part of the party to change that, rather than allowing a state of ignorant, gun fearing rubes to prosper.
Can you show me even ONE instance of an anti-gun ownership state being "changed from within" and repealing its anti-gun laws? Didn't think so.

Fact is, you are part of the problem - you and others who greatly value your gun ownership rights whoe are allowing the rubes to prosper by the fact that they take your tax dollars, and give you nothing in return save scorn and disrespect.
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