Terrorists in Algeria used AK47 assault rifles, Obama wants to ban our AR15's.

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    The Terrorists in Algeria all used fully automatic AK47 assault rifles, and took over 650
    foreigners , including 20 Americans hostage. President Obama
    wants to ban your right to buy an AR 15 or AK 47 assault rifles.
    How would we defend ourselves againsts these terrorists if Obama bans our
    ability to buy assault rifles, to combat the terrorists fully auto AK47's?
     
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    1. Unless you happen to be in Algeria or Mali, I don't think you need to worry overmuch about these Algerian terrorists.

    2. Obama hasn't banned anything, nor does he have the power to ban anything.
     
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    Yes , I need to worry when we have a New York govenor that has banned assault rifles
    , and high capacity clips. And a president who has passed executive orders, without
    congressional approval.
     
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    Sure coulda fooled me...
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    Why the Sahara is not the 'new Afghanistan'
    5 February 2013 : The brazen attack on a desert gas plant in Algeria last month and the French-led campaign against Islamists in northern Mali have triggered stark warnings in the West of a new front opening in the campaign to combat Islamist extremists but there is a danger of exaggerating the threat, analysts say.
     
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    Maybe Obama will issue all of us teleprompters, so we can TALK the terrorists to death?
     
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    Sigh.
     
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    Uncle Ferd says dey pro'bly had a buncha rent-a-cops guardin' the place...
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    Statoil Reveals Chronically Weak Security at Algerian Plant Before Attack
    September 12, 2013 — Oil major Statoil missed multiple warning signs and failed to foresee or prepare for incidents like January's deadly attack at an Algerian plant in January, an internal company investigation said, painting a picture of chronic security problems at the site.
     

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