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Actually she resigned in order to prevent being recalled. By resigning, she allowed Governor Chickenpooper to appoint a Democrat to her seat. IF she had been recalled, a Republican would've gotten her seat and the Dems would've lost control of the State Senate. She WAS facing a recall but took the coward's way out and resigned to avoid having to defend her record to the voters.
They have found a clue, but are against acting on it since it goes against the very fiber of their beings to support a Republican. The UMWA, for the first time in the last 40+ years refused to endorse the Democrat candidate for president in 2012. The wouldn't endorse Romney, nor would they endorse any other Republican candidate for any office, but they flat out stated that they were not going to endorse Obamao.
Unfortunately, they never will either. They have become a nation of mostly unarmed sheep. The US has not, though we have a number of areas that are potentially very good targets for this kind of attacks because the politicians are more afraid of the people being armed than they are of them being killed by the criminals who aren't going to obey the gun laws.
It's actually worse than just going golfing. They're diverting limited resources from hunting real terrorists to harassing patriots who oppose their programs of domestic waste, their actions to undermine the Constitution and their profligate deficit spending.
The response time is certainly faster. 850 feet per second exceeds the speed of the best cruiser on the market by hundreds of miles per hour.
They fail to realize that they are what are considered "useful idiots" and once the opposition is eliminated, they will be as well. BTW I do believe the phrase "Useful idiots" was coined by Vladimir Illyich Lenin, I didn't come up with it. I wouldn't have been that polite.
It has been found that some thieves are actually watching parking lots outside of stores that disallow guns to watch for people disarming before entering. I walked across a hot parking lot to the Ikea in Tempe, AZ one day with my concealed handgun. When I got to the door and saw that my sidearm wasn't welcomed there, I walked back to my car. The walk was so tiring and thirst inducing that I decided to get in my car and go get a drink. That was over 6 years ago and I haven't been back. It was a hot July day and I got really thirsty.
I couldn't tell you how many times I carried my legally concealed handgun into a Fry's in the Phoenix area, but considering it was almost daily for years, the number had to be pretty high.
Honestly if Burress had stayed in Pittsburgh, he'd have been slapped with a fine for publicly discharging a firearm (a misdemeanor) and told not to do it again. His Florida concealed carry permit was valid in PA. It just wasn't valid in either the People's Republik of NY, or its satellite Republik of New Jersey.
Kroger has a number of subsidiary chains such that they probably have one in your market. Their chains include Fry's, King Sooper, and Food 4 Less among others. Funny but the Fry's Electronics chain does have a no guns allowed policy, so maybe Kroger didn't buy the Electronics chain. Of course, with a good holster and proper attire, a properly concealed handgun is pretty much invisible until you need it.
Do you mean like the college economics professors that after reviewing the impact and costs of the FDRs programs came to the conclusion that they actually EXTENDED the length of the Great Depression by a number of years? Or do you mean the 100% cost increase, aka tobacco surcharge, that is being tacked on to anyone who has used any tobacco product in the last 2 years to fund the repeated trips to rehab for all of the junkies or to the mental hospital for the nut cases, or just the 30-40% increases that many people are seeing tacked onto their premiums for those same mandated coverages, including maternity coverage for SINGLE MALES!!! As for the "Fast and Furious" Benghazi and IRS scandals being investigated, the only thing that has been proven is that the administration will stop at nothing to prevent the truth from coming out to include claiming executive privilege over communications that the president denied seeing, and illegally destroying documents AND the hard drives containing them. That would be considered obstruction of justice if anyone else did it. Scooter Libby was convicted of a felony for forgetting what date he spoke to someone on in testimony related to an investigation that he wasn't even a party to, nor should he have been called to testify in. It was a fishing expedition designed to smear someone in the Bush administration, no matter what it took. No actual laws were broken, the prosecutor knew that AND he knew who had leaked Plame's name to the press BEFORE even talking to Libby, so there was absolutely no reason for him to even be questioned.
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