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I think you are on to something!
Or are they being taught contempt for rules and the government?
"How does someone twirl a pencil like a gun?" Good question. I don't know how to twirl either. The old time movie cowboys did on occasion twirl uncocked single action revolvers, but I would be afraid to try to twirl a loaded semi-auto.
It could be in PART due to the weather — but I still believe in an armed citizenry.
"The gun lobby likes to prevent people who believe in sensible gun laws from having a say in protecting their own communities' . . . ." When anti-gunners talk about "sensible gun laws" or "common sense gun laws," they actually mean laws that they FEEL are sensible, but which have no demonstarted benefit in the form of increased public safety. When anti-gunners suggest compromise, they really mean that if gun owner give up some of their remaining rights now, the anti-gunners will not take away as many rights right now as they plan to do in the future.
CCW holders are less likely to commit murders than are the police -- and I am not anti-cop. “Concealed Carry Permit Holders are One Third as Likely to Commit Murder as Police Officers” (links to sources) — Weingarten – http://goo.gl/F4DQwm.
"I wish the next time one of these people wants to kill a bunch of people they'd go do it at the NRA headquarters." Why is it that Libs talk this way? I never hear NRA people talk about wanting people to be shot or even hurt. Pehaps because NRA members are not the violently inclined ones. Does anyone know how many at the NRA HQ are armed at any given time? I suspect not as many as we might imagine.
The shooter WAS armed, "allowed to" or not. Allowing concealed or open carry would have changed nothing for him, but could have made a world of difference for his victims. That said, there are no guarantees.
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Republicans and Blacks

cambeul41 Wrote: Mar 25, 2014 7:36 AM
Condi vs Hillary? Condi in a heartbeat!
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Republicans and Blacks

cambeul41 Wrote: Mar 25, 2014 7:35 AM
My adult, Black students in Detroit have indicated to me that they feel that the claim that getting photo ID is too onerous for them is an insult to them.
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cambeul41 Wrote: Mar 25, 2014 7:31 AM
"There are other ways to reach out to black voters. For example, making it easier rather than more difficult to vote." And who is that demographic going to vote for?
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