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Rumble on the Hill: Groups Square Off About How to End Gun Violence

coveyrise Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 10:02 AM
Think about this folks. We have 435 Representatives in the House, 100 Senators and 1 President. We are $16 Trillion in debt and headed toward $20 Trillion. There are 23 million Americans either unemployed or underemployed. 48 million of Food Stamps. Economic Growth at just over 1% And all these folks are arguing over whether or not they should violate the Constitution. And all us dummies (the voters) just re-elected 90% of them to keep doing the same stupid things.
dashersdad Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 10:11 AM
Darn good thing we've "turned the corner" huh? I know I certainly feel better. NOT!
coveyrise Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 10:07 AM
We continue to spend nearly a half trillion dollars annually buying foreign oil and transferring America's wealth at the greatest rate in the history of mankind. While doing so we are sitting on the largest known reserves of crude oil and natural gas on earth. We aren't drilling for it and prducing it because we are going to save the earth, yet we keep buying it from our enemies. We're denying ourselves over 12 million good paying jobs while spending over $56 Billion annually paying extended unemployment benefits to people who've been out of work for 4 years.
Simplecaveman Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 10:09 AM
Liberals were never about becoming energy independent.

Wednesday on Capitol Hill the Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a public hearing about what America "should do to end gun violence." Pro-gun and and anti-gun advocates will testify before the committee. Witnesses include National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre, Independent Women's Forum Senior Fellow and Attorney Gayle Trotter, Baltimore Police Chief James Johnson, the husband of Gabrielle Giffords Captain Mark Kelly and Denver University Professor David Kopel.

LaPierre released his opening statement to the committee Tuesday afternoon, calling on Congress to stop blaming gun owners for violence, will focus on promoting gun safety programs the...