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Gun Companies to Law Enforcement in Anti-Gun States: We’re Not Doing Business With You Anymore

Normal Frank Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 4:40 PM
I don't know if there is a looney Townhall quote of the day award, but Lois really takes the cake with this one: Loiso12013 Wrote: 19 minutes ago (4:15 PM) So; why is banning military assault weapons a problem? If it's just cosmetic than it seems like a no-brainer. ----------- So just because something *looks* menacing, we should pass a law to ban it, Lois? If I find your looks to be unappealing, should I demand a law that bans you?
Loiso12013 Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 4:46 PM
why make a military assault weapon available to the public? Why? You already have one that does the same amount of damage so what's the big whooop?
Normal Frank Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 4:53 PM
Why ban something based on the way it looks Einstein?
SugarLandSteve Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 6:03 PM
Lois...I know that this may be hard for you to answer, but I'm going to ask, just the same.

Just what do you mean by "military assault weapon"?

OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 4:43 PM
NF... you really really need to get off the crack pipe. Try 'harmles' medical Moronwanna instead.
Normal Frank Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 4:47 PM

Read carefully before you make any suggestions. The quote to ban assault weapons was from Lois--the commentary below it is from me.

As the gun control debate rages on, we’ve seen a host of gun-rights advocates standing up for the Second Amendment. In addition to citizens, the NRA, the National Sheriffs Association and countless others, a number of companies—including gun manufacturers, sporting good retailers and gunsmiths—are now taking a stand by refusing to sell to law enforcement in New York and other states with restrictive gun laws.

The message in these companies’ statements is essentially about equality—local law enforcement and government agencies should not have rights that citizens do not.  Thus, if states such as New York choose to adopt restrictive...