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In response to:

Obama: Constitution 'Constrains' Me

bernard66 Wrote: Apr 04, 2013 9:55 PM
Ben touched on it, but it needs to brought out into the light of day and shouted from the mountain tops. If the president is all for saving "one" child's life by unlawful infringements on guns. why isn't he for saving those babies being killed by abortion. The hypocrisy is rampant.
Ya know, Reagan wasn't always correct, I mean he was a Democrat for a while.
In response to:

Gun Industry Begins to Fight Back

bernard66 Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 8:23 PM
I don't recall all of the names, but there is a lot bigger group than just Olympic. The only ones I recall not in it (and this may be old by now) are Smith & Wesson, Glock and Sig. These are the big three for handguns and need to be challenged by gun owners to join the government boycott.
What about the multitudes of children killed every day before they ever even make it out of the womb?
Don't even start to believe that there will be a swing to the right by blacks. Just because the president doesn't GIVE them what they want doesn't mean they'll go to the GOP who says we'll help you EARN what you need.
and by the way, in the 19th century, the US supreme court ruled Minimum wage laws unconstitutional. The contract between an employer and employee was a private matter that the government couldn't intrude upon.
Finally Someone who can explain what these dimwitted politicians don't understand. What Mr. Jacoby states is only the tip of the iceberg. While the minimum is raised, commensurate pay raises across the board are not forthcoming. So the person making a little better wage, say $15/ hour has his purchasing power undercut when companies raise prices to pay the employees they can keep, the higher minimum wage.
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