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The UN Gun Control Treaty Is Bad for Gun Owners Everywhere

michigander4 Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 8:44 AM
Chuck, if Obama is re-elected we won't have to worry about the UN coming after our guns. There's more than a 90% chance that a conservative member of the SCOTUS will die or retire during the next 4 years. Obama's replacement will be a liberal, making it a 5-4 liberal court. Goodbye 2nd Amendment. A large number of voters simply don't get the fact that they will be voting for more than a president in November.... they will be voting for who will be sitting in judgement of how their kids & grankids must lead their lives for the next 30-40 years.
edunbar Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 9:53 AM
Happy Jake Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 8:49 AM
Particularly the people who still consider the likes of Ron Paul to be a viable candidate. The problem is that the Paulites will vote for Paul, and, thus, for Obama.
anti-neocon Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 9:17 AM
the problem is, you are completley distracted by the establishment's obama vs. obama-lite puppet show.
Seawolf Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 9:46 AM
Just HOW is Romney obama-lite?? obama is actively destroying this nation, a blind man can see it, Romney builds things, obama destroys them like the GD anti-American commie islamist that he is.
GosAwk Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 10:39 AM
anti-neocon... you are completely blinded by your own, arrogant and twisted thoughts.
Happy Jake Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 10:57 AM
If Ron Paul was the Republican nominee opposing Barack Obama, I'd vote for Ron Paul.

In fact, if Hillary Clinton was the Republican nominee opposing Barack Obama, I'd vote for Hillary Clinton.

The fact is that Mitt Romney, for all his faults, IS the Republican nominee opposing Barack Obama. Ergo, I will vote Romney.

I want Barack Obama out of the White House that badly. As I said, if you're more interested in supporting Paul than in firing Barack Obama from the Presidency, you're more than welcome to vote for Paul in November. But if you do, and Barack Obama wins, you have no one to blame but yourself.
anti-neocon Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 11:10 AM
there have been countless comments posted on this site listing the issues that romney and king hussein agree on. i'm surprised you haven't seen them. i could write a book on it. perhaps the most obvious of all is obama-romneycare. the NDAA is another. gun control is another. TARP is another. BOTH campaigns are heavily funded by the same wallstreet banksters. how many more do you want me to list??
anti-neocon Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 11:15 AM
is that so?? can you explain that remark?? please try to prove me wrong on ANY of my points. sorry for not going along with your romneyfest pseudoconservative groupthink here.
GosAwk Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 2:16 PM
Again, you are delusional. What makes you think that your opinion meas anything when you're against the country and for Ron Paul. You can't seem to get over the fact that Paul is not the candidate. SO like Perot your out to trip up, sabotage Romney any way you can. Like the Liberals are trying to do.
michigander4 Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 4:45 PM
I still have hope that along about mid-October Paul will thank his supporters for fighting the good fight, but tell them the country simply can't survive another four years under an Obama regime. Paul certainly knows that votes for him are votes for Obama. I believe him to be a patriot and I just can't concieve of him allowing the country to go down in flames for the sake of his own vanity.
michigander4 Wrote: Sep 18, 2012 4:46 PM
BTW, he is, after all, a member of the Republican Party.
Last time I checked, Americans were responsible for making our own laws. We do not invite foreign nations to have a say in how we govern ourselves within our own borders. Yet if you follow what's been going on with the United Nations this year, you know that the USA came perilously close to having other countries dictate our gun laws. And the fight isn't over yet.

The United Nations has been debating an arms trade treaty for nearly a decade now. Though the treaty is ostensibly focused on military arms, it has long been clear that the majority of U.N. delegates...