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Hannity: The Left's Gun Grab

mmelnicoff Wrote: Mar 14, 2013 11:34 PM
Bottom line is that when there is a shooting, police need all the tools possible to track down the shooter. People can have guns, with appropriate restrictions on their use. But we need to establish a system by which any gun linked to a crime can be traced to an owner, period! Anyone caught with a gun that is not registered should be up for at least a high misdemeanor, if not a felony charge. And yes, there should be very aggressive enforcement of such provisions, especially in high crime urban areas. Police ought to be able to setup checkpoints for guns in these areas, just as they do when stopping traffic to look for drunk drivers. So yes, this means univeral registration, which is NOT an infringement on the right to bear...
Particularly for the crazies who have a choice in which weapon to use to attack a school.
No it's not. You do that and you'll be in the slammer for life.
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5 Reasons Barack Obama is a Creep

mmelnicoff Wrote: Mar 02, 2013 4:57 PM
You and Donald Trump still out there in Lalaland?
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5 Reasons Barack Obama is a Creep

mmelnicoff Wrote: Mar 02, 2013 4:55 PM
BS. The author provided absolutely no examples or evidence of what he was talking about. It was just more of the same right wing fantasy-speak. And all of you who give each other high fives on these sites and can't imagine any other points of view, as far as I am concerned, belong to the NMKNA (Narrow Minded Know Nothings of America).
In four parts, the only practical measure mentioned by Norris was the posting of guards at schools. Nothing else discussed contains anything that could be implemented in a logical way.
While this may address some domestic situations, it has nothing to do with street violence and/or mass shootings. It will take effective gun control measures to do something about this, like it or not.
In other words, I guess you're figuring the country would be better of without GM in business today
That may be true, but where do you think the ultimate profits wind up? Bottom line - buying a prius is a net ouflow of money from this country.
Anyone who thinks that a new concept vehicle is going to be produced as cheaply as today's conventional car has NO CLUE about the nature of research and development, and the cost of materials. In fact, if they had websites and blogs back in the early part of the 20th century, the same lot of you who are getting a chuckle out of the slow start being experienced by the Volt would probably have been yukking it up over these "ridiculous horseless carriages", suggesting to these fledling auto companies and people nervy enough to buy one to "get a horse".
The idiocy in this blog is mind-boggling. You'd think that the Chevy Volt was something concocted by GM to "obey the command of the Lord and Master Obama", based on the nonsense I read below here. The Volt started development in 2006 and was featured as a concept car in 2007. Ya think Obama had anything to do with that? It was a GM initiative!! Does anyone remember that gas prices skyrocketed in 2007and 2008, with projections of over $5 per gallon, before collapsing with the economy, or are your memories that short? And now we are looking at gas coming back to $4 per gallon in the middle of winter! (Wait'll driving season gets here!)
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