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Old 03-24-2013, 10:48 AM
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I think I'm already there. We can take our half with the Constitution, BOR, and Founding Fathers. God, Family, Country. Mom, the Flag, and Apple Pie. They can have their police/nanny Marxist paradise.
I think to really make the point of our Divided States, free states should begin pardoning any felon whose only crime is draconian NY, NJ, CA style weapons laws. Give these people their rights back if they move to a free state.
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As much as I dislike Karl Rove, someone needs to unleash that dog.

PASS. He'll only "whiteboard" us into another loss.
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Bloomberg had to purchase his last election.

If I remember correctly, he had to spend $172 for each vote he garnered,
from his own pocket. Not to mention what he did with the legislature so
he could run again.

If you love your freedoms, Bloomberg is not your friend.

My belief is that Bloomberg is merely misguided in his crusades. In his mind,
it's all for the greater good. Classic example of "the road to hell is paved
with good intentions".

Unfortunately Bloomberg will do whatever it takes for what he considers to be
the "greater good". For example, do not trust any research on gun control
coming out of John Hopkins:

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“The modern story of Hopkins is inextricably linked to him,” said Ronald J. Daniels, the university’s president, as he walked around the campus recently. “When you look at these great investments that have transformed American higher education, it’s Rockefeller, it’s Carnegie, it’s Mellon, it’s Stanford — and it’s Bloomberg.”

Hopkins, in return, has become something of a brain trust for Mr. Bloomberg, shaping his approach to issues like cigarette smoking, gun violence and obesity.
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http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/27/ny...anted=all&_r=0

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And we should all be short too. A Chihuahua has a right not be afraid when in presence of other dogs, even if those dogs are not in any way threatening it. If a Chihuahua has to bark, it's not because it's insecure, but because those other dogs look mean...
Okay. This is not some general ad campaign -- it is targeted to the specific districts of Democratic Senators who are pro gun -- to let them know that this money will be there to run Anti-gun decorates against them in 2014. This is specifically getting the voters in those states to know that their lawmakers are pro gun, so antis can rise up against them. May scare a few over enough to pass the AWB amendment...
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May scare a few over enough to pass the AWB amendment...
After Senate comes the House. After Congress come the courts.

An agenda driven guy with money attacking civil liberties or established court precedents is a shaky proposition at best. We've seen it time after time. And that's provided that he calculated and executed correctly... This campaign might hurt his cause more than it benefits it.
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