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Calhoun123
04-19-2007, 14:46
FYI:

http://www.rustonleader.com/news.php?id=2534

Dandapani
04-19-2007, 15:34
Great, creating more VICTIM DISARMAMENT ZONES!! That will make everyone "FEEL" safer! :upeyes:

MDLibertarian
04-19-2007, 15:39
Typical *********g politicians. Always trying to "fix" problems that don't exist for the so-called safety of the public. When will these idiots ever learn?

Stevearino
04-19-2007, 15:45
Originally posted by MDLibertarian
Typical *********g politicians. Always trying to "fix" problems that don't exist for the so-called safety of the public. When will these idiots ever learn?

As soon as the idiots stop electing them.

Dresden
04-19-2007, 16:01
C'mon guys...Let's flood our reps offices with our disapproval of these measures.

PAPACHUCK
04-20-2007, 10:17
Like another law is going to make the lunatics not shoot up a school.

This guy is a moron to really believe his bill will make anyone safer.

He needs to be un-brain washed.

atimetobuild
04-20-2007, 22:00
We will fight it.

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SonicMan
05-18-2007, 21:20
I'm familiar with this politician. He's just a typical publicity whore. He knows it won't do any good but it got his name in the paper and on t.v. That's what is important to him. Remember, he only needs to impress the sheeple to be reelected. Appearance is everything.

LSP972
05-19-2007, 07:17
Originally posted by SonicMan
I'm familiar with this politician. He's just a typical publicity whore. He knows it won't do any good but it got his name in the paper and on t.v. That's what is important to him. Remember, he only needs to impress the sheeple to be reelected. Appearance is everything.

And there it is; one simple paragraph that explains it all.

Well said, guy. Short, concise, and to the point.

And, 100% accurate.

.

XDHSr
05-19-2007, 07:25
Bummer for you guys in LA. Here in Michigan we actually had a state rep propose the abolishment of "pistol free zones." Good idea, but unfortunately it has been referred to the Judiciary committee and that has several vehement Anti-Gun people on it. At least no one has yet proposed expanding gun free zones around here yet! Good luck.