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Another Gun Manufacturer Threatens to Leave Home State Over Gun Control Legislation

bizowner Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 9:18 PM
Copper is saying that the Bill of Rights was not ratified until after the Revolution. Therefore, nobody died for it. Of course that means nobody died for the Constitution either. Right Copper? Sheesh. Liberals have funny opinions.
bizowner Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 9:35 PM
Original Saepe_Expertus Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 9:30 PM
PART II....the men who wrote those words concluded with something like this: " With a firm reliance on Divine Providence and the rightness of our cause, we hereby pledge to one another our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor."

Original Saepe_Expertus Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 9:27 PM
Bizowner...the argument could be made that they indeed fought and died for those rights...having recognized their existence LONG before their cherished belief in freedom and the other freedoms were codified in the Bill of Rights...and expressed in the Declaration of Independence, For example, "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights... life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness...". DOT presumes that these rights NEVER existed until they were written down....as though they come from government.

Colt’s Manufacturing doesn’t want to leave Connecticut—a state its called home for 175 years—but the company may be forced to if new gun laws are passed. The legislature is currently debating a number of proposals including an expanded assault weapon ban, ammunition restrictions, a new gun offender registry and a ban on bulk purchases of handguns, according to Fox News.

“Colt has manufactured the commercial semi-automatic version of the AR since 1963,” the company’s President and CEO Dennis Veilleux wrote in a recent

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