Poll: Despite mass shooting, most Colo. voters don't favor stricter gun laws

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    It must be a conspiracy


    Conducted from July 31 to August 6, the poll shows the majority of likely voters in all three swing states do not favor stricter regulations for gun sales.

    Voters in Colorado, where a gunman last month killed 12 and injured many more when he opened fire in a crowded movie theater, were most likely to favor keeping gun laws exactly as they are, with just 38 percent wanting stricter gun sales in their state. Sixty-six percent of voters in that state also said they do not believe harsher gun laws would curtail future shooting sprees; 60 percent of Virginia voters and 57 percent of Wisconsin voters share that view.

    Poll: Despite mass shooting, most Colo. voters don't favor stricter gun laws - CBS News
     
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    That's NO SURPRISE,they are American after all.
     
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    I bet the gun grabbers in this forum will not be using this poll.:badgrin:
     
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    Apparently the people of CO aren't ruled by their irrational fear of inanimite objects.
     
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    I agree
     
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    Where the 'right' to bear arms is far more important than preventing mass shootings.
     
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    The right to keep and bear arms does work, however it's those gun free zones that don't work.
     
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    The gun free zones that would prevent a mas shooting if a man took a gun into a gun free zone?
     
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    Inherent in a free society is the risk that people will abuse their freedoms.
    The only way to eliminate that risk is to eliminate that free society.
    :dunno:
     
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    gun free zones ?

    how silly


    all neonatal units need guns
     

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