Make no mistake , the republican strategy of obstruction has harmed everyone of us !
But make no mistake, that is the stratagy
And yet you kiss ole Dubyas arse and he was the one who violated everyones rights using the "patriot act " !How utterly ironic eh ?
Coal its much like the "no fly list" denial of constitutional rights, only an idiot would go for that
And more fear mongering that we all have come to expect from these right-wing repeaters ! I still have my guns and so far no one has come knocking and you all have been saying the same ole bullsh^t for years !
"Shall not be infringed". Says it all
They will NEVER ban guns as they know they cannot, what they are doing is denying from as many as possible little at a time until while gun ownership remains legal, no one but them will qualify
I know you are in retreat mode as you do every day NCN but all the laws that are needed to curb gun violence are already on the books. We already have backround checks for all new gun purchases. The gun show purchases are so moot that very very little have even been used in a crime. So Obama makes a new EA that makes gun control fiends happy but are expensive and have little effect on crime reduction..
That doesnt matter Coal, its all about progressive confiscation, little bit at a time
And this will help reduce crime in what way ? You don't listen very well do you ?? Can you tell me how these actions would have helped in any of these crimes. Listen closely -ONE EXAMPLE - Obama E.A. useless ..NewTown shooter Lanza stole his weapon from his mom... One example of many.. You dipsticks are he11 bent on spending / wasting as much money as you can heh??
Obama on Tuesday unveiled a package of executive actions that calls for expanding background checks, hiring more FBI staffers to process background checks for gun sales, and requiring dealers to notify federal authorities if guns they ship are lost in transit.
so what exactly do you have a problem with coalbrain??...
you seem to have missed this post from 3 days ago...
The group reported to the IRS that it had zero political expenditures in each year from 2000 to 2002.7 In effect, the group claimed that none of its communications were intended to influence the outcomes of elections.8 In 2003, the Brady Campaign's PAC was fined $26,000 by the Federal Election Commission for failing to properly disclose $200,000 it spent on mailings in 2000 opposing two Republican House candidates, Reps. Ernest Fletcher (R-Ky.) and Pat Toomey (R-Pa.).9 Several of the Brady Campaign's principal officers and directors have ties to the Democratic Party. Brady Campaign President Michael Barnes served in the House as a Democrat from Maryland from 1979 to 1987. Michael S. Berman, a member of the board of directors, was an aide to Vice President Walter Mondale and served as treasurer to the 1984 Mondale-Ferraro presidential campaign. Tony Orza, the Brady Campaign’s director of government relations, worked as legislative counsel for Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.) and as
I agree shop.
Thank God for the NRA
The NRA also appears to have violated a federal law that bars soliciting for a connected PAC from anyone other than the group’s employees or members — what the law calls its “restricted class.” And the NRA appears to have violated another provision that says Internet solicitations must be at websites that are accessible only to members (the restricted class), not the general public.
under federal election law, corporations like the NRA that set up what are known as “connected PACs” must inform potential donors if a PAC is the intended beneficiary of a solicitation. The NRA can’t claim to be raising money for the corporation — to finance such things as its lobbying or research initiatives — and then deposit that money into the account of its PAC. But that’s precisely what the NRA did when it solicited contributions.
The NRA’s brazen shell game with donations: A Yahoo News investigation
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Yes Gilligan , the Skipper approves !
Good post coal
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