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Bank of America Assaults Gun Client

Anita2 Wrote: Apr 22, 2012 11:54 AM
Has anyone looked into the status of crimes committed before stand your ground and the current status of crime after stand your ground in Florida? I bet the crime rate became lower after the stand your ground ruling.
hitthedeck Wrote: Apr 22, 2012 1:14 PM
Of course the crime rate fell and on top of that the states that passed the concealed carry law had a huge drop in their crime rate. Criminals do not like a citizen’s right to protect themselves and neither do progressive governments. Remember that the police always arrive after the crime has been committed and enslavement begans when citizens are without guns.

Growing up, whenever I would gripe, carp, grouse complain or kvetch about the various rules laid down by my parents, I was gently reminded of an old maxim: “If you take the king’s shilling, you do the king’s willing.” Translation: As long as you are living on our nickel, you will do what you’re told, when you’re told, and without any back-chatter.”

With that in mind it is interesting to note the news that broke yesterday that Bank of America has decided to end its relationship with McMillan Group International.

The reason?

Apparently the bank has severed the ties...

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