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Why Republicans Are Poised To Lose The Second Amendment Battle

Banks have short memories; isn't liberal activism responsible for the housing meltdown? How many millions or billions did banks lose when forced to give loans to unqualified applicants? Cannot investors buy up the shares of gun manufacturer stocks divested from pension accounts? Cannot investors in banks divest their shares in banks that serve the liberal agenda? It's time to fight back; not just in words heard from politicians or talk radio, but thru real action. Screw those entities complicit in taking away or freedoms! The industrialists and churches played ball with Hitler and then got "punked" to the nth degree. They helped launch one of the most vile regimes of the 20th Century. We must not let Obama realize his dream.
RodT Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 10:02 AM
The failure of the govt sponsored housing meltdown was paid for by the tax payers, not the bankers that made all the bad decisions.

It was a govt dream that everyone own a house, and any banker that wouldn't loan them the money would be destroyed by Washington.
So the bankers complied, and when it all went down in flames, Washington rode in with the tax payers money, to save all their banker friends.
They call it Freddie & Franny, but it's the tax payers.
I Still Want My Country Back Wrote: Jan 27, 2013 10:07 AM
Taxpayers bailed them out because the banks lost their shirts. No government intervention in the first place, no need for a bailout. We got screwed twice.

You have to give progressives credit. They’re nothing if not thorough. When an opportunity to limit the Second Amendment presented itself in the Sandy Hook massacre, regardless how tasteless it was to exploit that opportunity, they went full bore toward their goal.

Sen. Diane Feinstein, D-Calif., introduced sweeping so-called “assault weapons” ban legislation this week that would place unprecedented restrictions on individuals’ rights to own, use, sell and even pass along already owned firearms to family members. But given where things stand now in the polls and political atmosphere, that legislation will go nowhere.

But the Constitution and the...