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Civility: NRA Leaders and Members Getting Death Threats

George3324 Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 4:41 PM
The shooter was under 21 years of age, which means it was unlawful for him to own the weapon used. The obvious conclusion is that gun laws are not the problem.
RufusTFirefly Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 4:53 PM
That is your obvious conclusion. Many pro NRA politicians are making a different conclusion, and that is that gun laws need to be tightened. This doesn't mean that guns will be illegal, but large ammunition clips and automatic weapons have to be better managed.
mcumpston Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 4:48 PM
not only that but the Busmaster A4 he may (or may not) have had is illegal to buy in conneticut. If his mother actually had one she got it before 2003 and had a certificate to that effect. Funny that the assault media hasn't picked up on that. Instead they say she became a gun fanatic in 2009 after her divorce.

Are you a member of the National Rifle Association? If so, you might want to keep your head down. Unhinged liberals are calling for NRA President David Keene and NRA members to be shot. More from Twitchy:

All decent Americans are heart-sick and outraged over the Newtown, Conn. school massacre. But some citizens have completely lost their heads and souls. On Twitter, there’s a growing proliferation of sickos calling for NRA president David Keene and anyone else who belongs to the gun-rights organization to be shot.


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