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Gun Appreciation Day Draws Huge Crowds to State Capitals Nationwide

Moshe Man The Boss Man Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 3:04 PM
You surrendered your rights when you voted for Shrub imo... You Rightists aren't so arrogant now are you?
Drifter33 Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 3:09 PM
Nobody--NOBODY--(even you) has surrendered any rights.

Your seething rage is palpable. Your HATE is palpable.

The only difference between us is that WE welcome freedom and embrace the responsibility that comes with it--while YOU reject freedom in favor of having your "benevolent" government care for you.
Drifter33 Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 3:08 PM
Nobody--NOBODY--(even you) has surrendered any rights.

Your seething rage is palpable. Your HATE is palpable.

The only difference between us is that WE welcome freedom and embrace the responsibility that comes with it--while YOU reject freedom in favor of having your "benevolent" government care for you.
AmyDB Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 3:08 PM
Why are you still assuming that I, personally, voted for Bush?

BTW I'm rarely arrogant child & never over the net. Arrogance is a personality & intelligence fault.

But saying I did vote for Bush. How, exactly, did I surrender my rights?
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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