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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Rabbi, Oct 16, 2012.

  1. douggmc

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    That is an interesting spin, because unless I'm mistaken, Romney has been the only executive who chose to put pen to paper and sign into law an AWB (instead of exercising his veto power).
     
  2. hamster

    hamster NRA Life Member

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    We can only hope. Can't we just reverse the ticket? I'd rather vote for Ryan
     

  3. JFrame

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    Yeah -- Obama's past behavior is decidedly atrocious...


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  4. JFrame

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    So put him in position to vote for him in 2016 or 2020... :cool:


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  5. Fox184

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    You must have more patience than me, those people make my blood boil.

    Concerning the Panel on Fox. The majority of the people voted for Obama in 08, the majority are now going to vote for Romney. The one thing Obama can't defend no matter how much he lies about it is his record the past 4 years. People are worse off now than they were 4 years ago.
     
  6. countrygun

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    UHm, excuse me. Do you remember the last AWB? How did it become law?

    Romney was faced with a State legislature that was prepaired to override his veto, and he made substantial changes in gun owners favor, in the negotiations.
     
  7. JFrame

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    You mean the 1994 AWB that was signed into law by Bill Clinton? [​IMG]


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  8. douggmc

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    What is your point? Romney signed a law implementing an AWB. Is it "OK" if it is "bipartisan"?

    Whereas Obama has done nothing of the sort. In fact, no gun legislation at all unless I'm mistaken.
     
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  9. G36's Rule

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    Candy Crowley admitted post debate that Romney was in fact correct.
     
  10. douggmc

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    Is Bill running for President? Last I checked we were comparing the behaviors of Obama vs Romney as executive of their governments.
     
  11. GAFinch

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    If he "stuck to his principles" and vetoed the bill, it would've been overridden by the 85% Democrat state congress. By "compromising his principles" and signing an extension of a pre-existing bill, he got it watered down. I don't understand the problem here.
     
  12. JFrame

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    You were, in fact, mistaken when you said that Romney was the only executive to sign an AWB. Read your own post again.

    Sheesh...


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  13. THEPOPE

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    O'Blah-blah-bahma did indeed dodge the F-N-F comment, but honestly, they both sounded off balance by any mention of the 2nd Amendment, neither wanting to open that can-o-worms very wide...Romknees' awkward segue into F-N-F came off as a strained but pertinent question of who or whom exactly Okie-Dokied such a flawed plan...

    Uh, didn't both keep referring to 'A.K -47's' ?

    I am as out as you know who...or whom...:cool:
     
  14. douggmc

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    You got me. Pedantic man to the rescue !!! :upeyes:
     
  15. JFrame

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    More than happy to fact-check you -- and unlike Candy Crowley, Country and I are accurate the first time around. :tongueout:


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  16. countrygun

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    Indeed. Those pesky facts get in some peoples way when they want to try and make a spurious point:cool:
     
  17. douggmc

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    I find it quite humorous that one of our primary mantras in defense of gun rights and against the gun grabbers is:: "Guns don't kill people, people kill people" and "it isn't a gun problem, it is a criminal problem".

    Yet, in the case of the FnF we effectively we want it the other way around. Isn't it the person who shot Brian Terry the responsible one?
     
  18. douggmc

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    But you aren't now ... now that we've cleared up the obvious: That when I said "executives", I meant the two executives of which THE ENTIRE SUBJECT OF THIS DEBATE IS ABOUT.
     
  19. tsmo1066

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    Are you honestly trying to argue that deliberately and knowingly providing weapons to known cartel members in direct violation of both US and Mexican law is OK and that the people who put together this intentional operation shouldn't be held accountable?
     
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