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QUESTION about Romney

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by SCmasterblaster, Jun 19, 2012.


  1. SCmasterblaster

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    What is his current line on gun control?
     

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  3. SCmasterblaster

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    So Glock owner Ted Nugent supports him. That is good enough for me, for sure. Go Romney!!
     
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    Pay attention to what he told Ted too.


    Maybe he's lying, maybe not. Better to take a chance on him than the guy who has consistently been against gun ownership rights, and has a propensity of issuing changes to fundamentally transform Amerca via executive fiat
     
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    Romney just might support another assault weapons ban.

    Obama WILL ban all semi-automatic rifles and pistols.

    Any questions?
     
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    No new gun control/restriction laws.
     
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    No questions from me. I'll vote GOP!
     
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    Mittens has a long history of whatever gets him votes. Polling right now favors private firearm ownership, so Mittens has issued vague statements saying he supports the 2nd Amendment.

    Where has Mitt Romney explicitly stated that he supports handgun and assault rifle ownership?
     
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    Yesterday his position was flop. Today his position is flip. Tomorrow it might be flop again.
     
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    Which way is the wind blowing?

    He is very pro gun now, before, not so much unless you believe that banning guns expands gun rights.
     
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    Still better than straight on uber-socialist. I'll take half bad over pure bad.
     
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    Anyone that would vote the total INCOMPETENCE of The Obomination back in for second term is an IDIOT

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    And the IDIOTS are worried Romney MIGHT propose some gun legislation. If the Chief MORON in charge decides to, in his second term, he'll do it by presidential DECREE. You think after what he just did with the illegals he might just make some new gun laws too? After all it's to his advantage. The Justice Department has already said all gun owners are terrorists. Or have y'all forgotten that too?
     
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    It is whatever you want it to be, as is his current line on everything. If Ted Nugent and Sarah Brady ask him that question five minutes apart, they'll both get the answer they want.

    After the election, it will be whatever he wants it to be. You can take your best guess as to what that'll be.
     
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    Some of us haven't, however, others will tell you that both candidates are exactly the same. So they'll vote for Obama.
    It makes perfect sense when you don't really think about it.
     
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    Objection, speculation.

    put up or.... well don't shut up, but admitting you are speculating would be the thing a person with integrity would do.
     
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    I may have to add a few of these to the sig line. It is a scientific fact that no two adult humans are exactly the same.

    http://www.wikidifference.com/difference-between-mitt-romney-and-barack-obama/

    Anyone that thinks two adult people are the exact same, lack the ability to examine them. It's intellectual laziness.
     
  17. Gundude

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    I have no problem admitting that I speculate about Romney's future behavior, based on his current and past behavior. All I did in this case though, was invite the OP to speculate for himself as to what Romney's position after the election would be, if he were to win. Surely a "best guess" can't be much less reliable than a politician's promises during an election year.
     
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  18. Jerry

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    That's the scary part and how he got elected the first time. Idiots not thinking, or bothering to comprehend what his "change" would mean. And it wasn't hard to find the truth "before" the election. Would McCain have been much better? Probably not much, bit better nun the less.
     
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    It changes depending on the crowd he's talking to.
     
  20. Gundude

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    Nor is it hard this time. But most people seem content to revel in the possibility that their man will discontinue his liberal progressive ways once he reaches the White House.