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Judiciary Chair Rejects Assault Weapons Ban

Discussion in 'Gun-Control Issues' started by Pete7072, Jan 30, 2013.


  1. Pete7072

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  2. SJ 40

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    The rebuffed California Democrat plans to hold her own hearing in her Judiciary subcommittee on her legislation,
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    She's going to take her toys and go play by herself. SJ 40
     

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    This is all smoke and mirrors by Obama. Tell Biden to devise some empty executive "directives." Let the hogs run wild by letting Feinstein fail with a new AWB. And in 6 months, when everything has blown over, politically, he can say he did something.

    But anyone with a brain knows that if this AWB passed and actually went into effect, it would cripple a huge industry and irrevocably harm the economy. Why do you think the auto industry was bailed out, and the banks? Because if a large industry goes under, the economy could collapse.

    I would say the president has no intention of letting any gun ban happening, unless he wants to end this country.
     
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    The whole civilian firearm industry is a 10 billion in size about what Exxon does in a day. It is tiny and unimportant to the whole economy.
     
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    In my mind that is his ultimate goal. SJ 40
     
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    It would put many companies out of business and probably tens of thousands of people out of work overnight. It you don't think that would hurt an already ailing economy, well, go on back to sleep.
     
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    Don't forget the thousands of gun shops and their employees. Most industries support many more people than just those in that specific industry (gun manufacturers in this case). Remember all the trainers, accessory makers, ranges, and many more. Shutting down guns means tens of thousands of unemployed, maybe 100s of thousands.
     
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    Exactly.
     
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    Maybe not... Walmart will also lose its firearms and ammunition business.



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    I would say that is his goal. Outside of the gun banning issue, I can think of no motives behind his behavior other than to destroy the country.
     
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    What do you think Bari's ultimate goal is? Could it be, get vast numbers dependent on the government? Could it be class warfare? Could it be getting government control over as many corporations as possible? Fascism?

    When people compare him to Hitler they are labeled nut-jobs. Do a little history research on Hitler then compare it to Bari's. Don't believe the nut-jobs research for yourself. :whistling:
     
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