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  1. #21
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    I understand there are a ton of elections coming up.


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    As long as there is an R in front or in back of their name...they got my vote!!! Ain't seen a libertard democrat that I would support in a LONG LONG while!!! I use to vote fer a D every once in a while but they have just gone plum slap ass crazy so strictly REPUBLICAN!
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    The liberal party that has no idea about guns or their function

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebel32 View Post
    The liberal party that has no idea about brains or their function
    There, I fixed it for you

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    So all someone would have to do to win your vote is to claim to be a Republican? Nothing else matters? Their history, background, character, goals, plans . . . . None of that matters?

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    Scott signed it, but only under extreme pressure from Galvano, Sprowls, Corcoran, and Negron who are really the ones who sold us out. Broxson was also instrumental in moving the bill through committee Thirty pieces of silver was then paid by Bloomberg.

    Everytown has already spent some of the money, which is coming out of its political action fund. It gave $250,000 late last month to Gillum's political committee, and another $25,000 to Fried that hasn't been posted publicly yet. The group also quietly gave $200,000 last month to the leadership political committee run by incoming Senate president Bill Galvano, who is running point on the Republican Party's upper chamber campaigns.

    The donation to Galvano rankled people on both the left and right in Florida politics. But Everytown explained that Galvano played an integral role in shepherding the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act through the legislature this year following the Feb. 14 shooting at the school.

    "Everytown stands with elected leaders who are on the right side of our issue, regardless of party," spokeswoman Phoebe Kilgour said.

    https://www.tampabay.com/florida-pol...ida-democrats/
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    The Florida anti-gun legislation was rammed through in record time. A true leader would have called for a significant pause in any gun legislation after Parkland, and been right up front to justify it by stating we were going to gather facts and not legislate in a fit of emotion. Wouldn't have hurt to hear that at the National level, either... Instead, the Florida legislation was rammed through in weeks and the most resistance Scott could muster was to announce that he would sign the bill if it reached his desk. IMO, this legislation was already done, and just waiting on an excuse to sign, and Scott was completely complicit.
    Look out, Mama, there's a white boat comin' up the river. With a big red beacon, and a flag, and a man on the rail. I think you'd better call John, 'cause it don't look like they're here to deliver the mail. And it's less than a mile away. I hope they didn't come to stay. It's got numbers on the side and a gun, and it's makin' big waves. - Neil Young (Powderfinger)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeb21 View Post
    So all someone would have to do to win your vote is to claim to be a Republican? Nothing else matters? Their history, background, character, goals, plans . . . . None of that matters?
    True!
    Some of those democrats are gonna wise up and undergo a miraculous change of heart and switch to republican......

    Then with your vote, go back to their nutty ways to legislate.
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    Raising the gun purchase age to 21 was directly because of Parkland...
    the kids showed up, and the Florida Senate said,
    "Ya know, you little twerps are RIGHT! NONE of you little morons should
    own a gun until you are at least 21!!"
    So they passed that.

    Bumpstocks always have been best at shooting fish in a barrel...hence why
    they Las Vegas shooting was so successful. Thousands of folks trapped in an
    arena and one jackwagon looking down on the arena with a buncha guns.
    Even WITHOUT a bumpstock, that would have been a bad situation.
    Good thing he wasn't very practiced or it would have been even worse.
    Tactical guy would have shot at the back of the crowd, forcing them to move
    forwards toward the stage where there was no escape and made folks panic
    & crush each other even more...and keeping them in the open even longer.
    Good thing he was just a Democrat who had recently figured out that guns kill.
    Like the guy who shot up the Congressional Baseball Practice...again, good thing
    he wasn't more familiar with what he was doing.

    Honestly, it'll go back to like it was when Bill Clinton signed the AWB of '95...
    lots of hi-cap guns and such easily available on the streets, but God Forbid a
    Legal Citizen actually own anything that can equalize one man against a gang
    of thieves. There's a reason Bernie Goetz did what he did. Revolutions have
    been started over less reason than crazy anti-gun laws.
    https://allthatsinteresting.com/bernhard-goetz

    Heck, the US revolution from Britain was started over a 3-cent tax on Tea.
    People need to remember history.

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    Good thing he was just a Democrat who had recently figured out that guns kill.

    Any proof that he was a Democrat? Most people here say Democrats don't like guns. He evidently had a pile of legal ones.
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