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jmdove
06-11-2012, 6:06 AM
I got this email from a gun rights group. Apparently USA TODAY
is trying to support Eric Holder's views that the 2nd Amendment
does not give the individual the right to carry guns. This is
their 2nd poll because apparently they did not like the
overwhelming "YES" vote they got the first time! Make your
voice heard! It is already at 97% "Yes" with more than 10
million voting!:D

Here is the URL: http://www.usatoday.com/news/quickquestion/2007/november/popup5895.htm

Here is the original email I got with url:

Attorney General Holder says, "WE HAVE NO

RIGHT TO POSSESS GUNS."

TAKES 10 SECONDS ... DO IT AND

PASS IT ON.


Guess they were not happy with the

poll results the first time, so USA today is

running another one...Vote

now...

Attorney General Eric Holder, has

already said this is one of his major issues. He does not believe the 2nd

Amendment gives individuals the right to bear arms. This takes literally 2

clicks to complete. Please vote on this gun issue question with USA Today.

Then pass the link on to all the

pro-gun folks you know. Hopefully these results will be published later this

month. This upcoming year will become critical for gun owners with the

Supreme Court's accepting the District of Columbia case against the right

for individuals to bear arms.

Here's what you need to do:

First - vote.
Second- launch it to other

folks, then we will see if the results get

published.

Click to vote:

USATODAY.com

stevied
06-11-2012, 6:10 AM
There's no poll

speedrrracer
06-11-2012, 6:17 AM
I've started keeping count every time I see someone reposting this ancient poll as new

This makes 6 times so far in 2012 -- averaging one per month!

I'm guessing that the sysadmins at usatoday.com keep it up because n00bs keep stumbling on it and reposting it, thus driving up their domain's traffic and pagerank with Google.

jwkincal
06-11-2012, 6:24 AM
I've started keeping count every time I see someone reposting this ancient poll as new

This makes 6 times so far in 2012 -- averaging one per month!

I'm guessing that the sysadmins at usatoday.com keep it up because n00bs keep stumbling on it and reposting it, thus driving up their domain's traffic and pagerank with Google.

Heck, they're probably the ones writing the 'e-mails from a pro-gun group'

But then a lot of sysadmins are pro-gun...