Conspiracy Theorists' take on McCarthy's Bill (HR1022)

Discussion in 'National Laws, Bills and Politics' started by AV8R, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. AV8R

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  2. Macktee

    Macktee New Member

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    I pretty much have to agree, but it's getting more and more difficult to tell them apart...

    We've seen the worse attacks on personal liberties and privacy under the current administration than ever before. We've seen the country borrow more money in the past six years than in all the years that went before.

    Yeah, they want our guns but only because they're just about taken everything else!

    We can no longer neatly categorize people under "liberal" and "conservative" headings as there are so many "political cross-dressers". Some, otherwise wild-eyed liberals are believers in the second amendment while some hard-core conservatives want guns off the streets.

    Don't forget, the confiscation of guns in New Orleans was ordered by a liberal mayor. However that order was carried out by, and defended by, many who normally wouldn't be considered liberals at all!

    "Ya can't tell the players without a scorecard" is truer now than ever before!
     
  3. AV8R

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    There's a bigger problem here, if I may put on my foil hat. The UN is working hard to ban guns worldwide. It seems like the NWO is executing a critical part of it's plan. :-$
     
  4. Doc Holliday

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    Just because they are "conservative" doesn't mean squat. They will sell us out in a second when it is to their gain.

    Bush said that he would resign the Assault Weapon Bill from a few years back. Don't get me started on his other attacks on civil liberties....

    Rudy G. is anti gun, yet he is a Republican.

    Gotta look at the score card is a very true statement.
     
  5. ahlongslide

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    Hey Ramm, why are you posting on conspiracy sites?

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