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Aiming at a Compromise, 2 Senators Hit Bull's-eye

ddoright Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 11:53 AM
In a TRUE compromise, not a surrender or give away, each side give up SOMETHING. So what are the Libtards giving up on this compromise - or as Gilchrist described it " What's mine is mine; what's yours is negotiable." As it stands, this is just one more step toward gun confiscation. Yes, today the GUN SHOPS shops keep the records for 20 years. But than can change the next time the Libtards gain complete control as they did in 2008. That time they chose to concentrate on Obamacare. Next time, the law will change to have all the forms submitted to the Fed. Govt. and scanned into a data base.
rthomas675 Wrote: Apr 15, 2013 4:14 AM
Manchin -Toomey prevents them from photocopying the books, nothing prevents them from writing it all down! ATF has access to every gun dealers books, at their whim and fancy. NOTHING is preventing them from creating their database. And, they now have the form 4473 available and are promoting an E version. Wherein, all they have do is open the backdoor that is no doubt built into it and download ALL information on every one of those computers using it during routine updates.
Ray from Bloombergia Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 12:26 PM
They tried to force a universal CCW reciprocity amendment to the bill but Schumer soiled himself and Bloomterd's head exploded. It was worth it.

Ray from Bloombergia
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Hamilcar Barca Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 1:21 PM
Anything causing Schumer to soil himself is worth it.
Luscious Lars Wrote: Apr 14, 2013 4:10 PM
How would you know if Schumer soiled himself? He's always been a greasy, slimey, ambulance chasing, lawyer. Those people are dirty already, from head to toe, and they stink like any ordinary slime ball would, regardless of their title.

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