It's truly unfortunate that the NRA, and republicans like me...

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    ... take it upon ourselves to be the sole advocates for gun ownership.

    Clearly there are others eagerly awaiting the chance to take up the mantle:

    CQ Politics | Senate Democrats Block Rollback of D.C. Gun Laws

    I wonder what Sen. Durbin would say if, for example, Tulsa decided to segregate public schools? Maybe he'd borrow Sen. Obama's line about the Constitution working in certain areas and not others.

    Speaking of Sen. Obama, who's running on a platform of "change":

    Barack Obama and Joe Biden: The Change We Need | UrbanPolicy

    Apparently "change" means embracing failed Clinton policies of the mid-90's. Oh well, so long as we get barrel shrouds and bayonet lugs off the street, I guess.

    Obviously there is not longer a need for the NRA, and Republicans like me take it upon ourselves to be the sole advocates for gun ownership.

    The Second Amendment will be in great hands!

    ::;

    Anyway, school starts in 8 hours so I will be away for a few weeks, though I promise to check in on Nov. 5th to either (1) gloat my face off or (2) eat some major libtard crow :D

    Have a great 5 weeks (yes, even liberals) and best of luck to your candidate.

    -Ninja
     
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    Yes, again. It is a fucking shame. On Friday I was talking drunken politics with no less than 12 motherfucker who were both Dems and gun owners. Make sure you don't bring up the latest GOP policy on immigration while you point out a disconnect between politicians and voters.
     
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    Dem, Liberal, Retired Marine, Multiple Gun Owner.

    Just another abortion wedge issue to confuse the voters.
     
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    its a shame that the NRA uses blatant lies in their ads to scare voters into voting for mccain
     
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    oddly enough no one ask me my party when i buy guns? are they mistaken or is it a total non issue?
     
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