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sholling
10-25-2013, 7:37 PM
Things have turned around over the last 50 years leaving the gun grabbing fascist Progressives and banners in the minority despite the best efforts of the mainstream media to lie their butts off to the public.

http://rare.us/story/gallup-americans-like-their-guns-especially-their-handguns/

http://coxrare.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/handgun.png?w=576

64physhy
10-25-2013, 8:04 PM
Or, it could be in the way the poll is worded combined with liberals getting dumber and they get confused and vote no, thinking no means people should not be allowed to carry.

Yes, I know dumber is not a word.

KABA556
10-27-2013, 4:32 PM
Or, it could be in the way the poll is worded combined with liberals getting dumber and they get confused and vote no, thinking no means people should not be allowed to carry.

Yes, I know dumber is not a word.



Actually dumber is a comparative adjective of dumb. In short, it is a real word.

BigStiCK
10-27-2013, 4:45 PM
FWIW Liberals are Dumberer.
:p

1859sharps
10-28-2013, 9:26 AM
now the trick is to elect people to office that reflect this attitude. the problem is people who are of the opposite mindset keep getting elected.

Rail
10-29-2013, 8:02 AM
Notice how the trend towards more "no" votes correlates with the spread of shall-issue laws.

ccmc
10-29-2013, 8:50 AM
The poll numbers from this report also show that 77 pct of democrats think gun laws should be more strict while only 23 pct of republicans do.

fr33domfightr
10-29-2013, 9:00 AM
The poll numbers from this report also show that 77 pct of democrats think gun laws should be more strict while only 23 pct of republicans do.

The Conservatives were at 33%, which seems odd. I would have guessed Conservatives would have been at 23%.

ccmc
10-30-2013, 10:48 AM
The Conservatives were at 33%, which seems odd. I would have guessed Conservatives would have been at 23%.

The problem with terms like conservative and liberal is that they have no meaning anymore, but the two parties have platforms which address specific issues. The party platforms in 2012 were pretty clear on the 2A which is why it's no surprise that more than three times as many democrats as republicans believe there should be stricter gun laws.