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Plan B: Taxing to Death the Firearms Industry

thom112 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 9:08 PM
Perhaps the LEFT has not heard; it is pretty much dead in Congress, South Dakota's Governor has signed a bill allowing teachers to be armed with training in school and the state legislatures are not doing much better. God Bless the NRA! The problem with the left is that their little experiment instupidity died with the seventies, they, their parents and grand parents are just too stupid or stoned to fall into the nearest tar pit.
justme16 Wrote: Mar 11, 2013 9:57 PM
Here's a news flash for those who truly pay attention. I don't NEED a law to give me permission to defend myself. I don't NEED a law that says I can arm myself. Only brain dead dolts and programmed puppets of this society simply blindly cave in to the written laws of these clowns...even those laws that have been given bogus legitimacy by the courts that are stacked with activist judges who make law from the bench. IT IS ILLEGAL no matter which way one slices it and no matter how many layers of smoke and mirrors these collectivst control freaks try to utilize. Govenmnet is NOT mommy and daddy.

If you can't ban it, tax it into being unattainable. As efforts to reinstate a federal ban on modern sporting rifles at the federal level fail to gain traction, lawmakers on Capitol Hill are looking for another option to get their gun control goals fulfilled with a little help from the IRS.

The proposals range from the modest -- a proposed 5 percent tax in New Jersey -- to the steep -- a proposed 50 percent ammo tax in Maryland. The bills follow efforts to ban...

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