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Obama and Biden Bitterly Clinging to Assault Weapons Ban

richard1088 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 4:24 PM
This is a thing of beauty. Radical ideologues energizing the conservative and moderate voting base. 2014 is shaping up to be a dark day of reckoning for Democrats. Obama can't change his position on gun control. This be about all those gun lovin' white folk darin' to protect themselves against black street thugs and predators committing 52% of all felonies (12% of the pop.) Now you know why the South fought so so hard to prevent the wall of segregation from being dismantled: BLACK ON WHITE CRIME.
Harold133 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 5:06 PM
This isn't a race thing. I've got 2 close neighbors, both black, that come sit in my kitchen drinking coffee, b*tching about Biden and Obama. And just as p*ssed off about this as I am. You just see what happens if Napalitano comes for their guns. LOL! We hunt together, fish, hit the beach, family outings. and when the SHTF, they will be there along with every other firearms owner in this country. You can count on it. They remember their history, and the Jim Crow laws that prevented blacks from owning firearms. (The "Democrats" did that to them) This isn't about race. It's about freedom. And who will stand...
RogueMerle Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 5:19 PM
Co-workers of mine same,same. They can't wait to say "I told you so" to the kool-aid drinkers!
Cappmann Wrote: Mar 22, 2013 1:01 PM
AWLegorical_Oracle Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 4:56 PM
If The Truth Hurts . . . . just Run Away Crying

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renny4 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 4:32 PM
I think you be a little racist on blackonwhite crime, but you be on the money that Bit*me and zero and stuck with anti-gun leg. and pr and neither have ever been any good for the Dems. Yeah.

As I wrote earlier, despite Harry Reid choosing to only allow Dianne Feinsten to offer her assault weapons ban legislation as an amendment rather than giving it a full vote on the Senate floor (where it would fail thanks to a lack of Democratic support), President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden aren't giving up hope the ban will eventually pass.

Block: Let's start with the assault weapons ban that does appear to be dying in the Senate. Is the White House still pushing to have that passed? Do you assume that it's now not...