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Gun Appreciation Day Draws Huge Crowds to State Capitals Nationwide

Kruzer36 Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 5:42 PM
Do we realize that the "Universal Gun Registration" means that any gun you register is to be destroyed when you die. There is no legacy of family heirlooms for guns! Pay attention people!!
Luscious Lars Wrote: Jan 21, 2013 5:14 PM
Then the choice is to not register. They went with a national gun registry in Canada and the compliance rate, according to the government, was only 65%. I'm guessing the real number was less than 50%. Plus, some of the more "radical" Canucks, if there is such a thing as a radical Canuck, were registering items such as nail guns in protest of the law. Were they counted in the 65% compliance stats? I bet they were. The government had to make it look as good as possible, considering it was costing them over $2B (Canadian Dollars) to keep the system up and running and "accurate". They have an estimated 4 million guns in Canada. Think of the costs to register over 300 million guns in the USA. Canada ended their program because it did NOTHING!
Gun Appreciation Day, a grassroots movement started in response to President Obama and Washington Democrats' recent rhetoric on gun control, drew big crowds to state capitols nationwide that consisted of strong supporters of the Second Amendment. The show of strength by gun supporters couldn't go unnoticed.

Thousands showed up in New York, where Governor Andrew Cuomo recently signed a new strict gun control measure designed to make "assault weapons" illegal and limit magazine sizes. In areas of the country where open-carry is allowed, supporters proudly - and responsibly - exercised their Second Amendment rights.

In Boston,...

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