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USMCM16A2
01-17-2008, 6:38 PM
Guys,



Im not one to tell a lady/gentleman how to cast a vote, but on Feb 5th, VOTE NO ON PROPOSITION 93!!!!!!!!!. This is an attempt by scumbag Fabian Nunez to keep himself an his group of liberal chronies in office. Disguised as a term limits bill, what this does is resets the clock, we could have Fabian Nunez for another 6 years, and the worst, most bottom feeding sack of Simian waste don perata could be in charge of the Senate for another 4 years.
If you vote no on this wolf in sheeps clothing, the fore mentioned pieces of manure WILL BE TERMED OUT. Along with a list of 45 other Assembly/Senate do-nothings. One-Bill Gil Zedillo (Mr. drivers licenses for illegals), Mark Leno (this guy when on the Public Safety Committee shot down many a bill that would have helped gun-owners) and passed bills that took away our rights. Leno also wanted the terms of the law changed for the possession of child porn, he proposed that it be reduced to 100 images, then compromised and said that 25 images is OK. How about 0 !!!!!!!.
If you want more info, go to KFIAM640.com. JUST REMEMBER IT WAS PERATA that AUTHORED SB23, and that was what killed AW ownership in California. Thanks, USMCM16A2

chris
01-17-2008, 6:41 PM
dude i'm voting NO on any and all propositions!!!!!!!!

Patriot
01-17-2008, 6:42 PM
dude i'm voting NO on any and all propositions!!!!!!!!

:D

Currently, same here. :cool:

Piper
01-17-2008, 6:46 PM
Oh yeah, I'm already planning on giving those wastes of human skin a big fatNO.

Prc329
01-17-2008, 7:20 PM
Absentee battot is going out tomorrow. Voted no.

tyrist
01-17-2008, 7:25 PM
I vote no on almost all new laws. I am against new laws in principle. I mean I know these guys have to rationalize their jobs but last year was'nt so bad, do we really need a bunch of new laws. I think we need to get rid of some of the ones we already got not add new ones.

hoffmang
01-17-2008, 7:28 PM
93 is a really big no. Also note that term limits in California are not a positive for protecting your gun rights.

-Gene

cadurand
01-17-2008, 7:40 PM
While I am generally against any term limits (if the people want to elect the same person 20 times that should be our right as the people) in this case I want to leave them as they are.

Prop 93 is just changing the rules so certain powerful people can keep that power.

Perata needs to get out of the law making business.

MrTuffPaws
01-17-2008, 8:28 PM
Voting NO has almost become a way of life for me. I just wish I could vote NO for people running for office too.

EastBayRidge
01-18-2008, 7:23 AM
Voting NO has almost become a way of life for me. I just wish I could vote NO for people running for office too.

You and Malcolm Muggeridge...

SKG19
01-18-2008, 7:32 AM
I just wish I could vote NO for people running for office too.

Wouldn't that be nice??:D

I'm voting No as well.

johnny_22
01-18-2008, 7:40 AM
After 3 years of punishment from Alberto Torrico, I could not stand adding a 12 year sentence of "agree to disagree" letters from him on Anti-Gun bills.

MrLogan
01-18-2008, 8:38 AM
Screw these guys. :mad: NO!

AKman
01-18-2008, 8:44 AM
Screw these guys. :mad: NO!

I'll pass on that, but will vote NO.

Unfortunately we are also losing some fine pro-gun Republican legislators due to term limits. If the circumstances were different (i.e., Nunez and Perata were not impacted), I might vote YES. But these two retards make it an easy decision to vote NO this time.

GenLee
01-18-2008, 8:48 AM
This is a definate NO!!