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Old 03-15-2013, 9:08 AM
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Er, isn't this thread about Feinstein's bill at the Fed level?

Republicans always pay close attention to what someone else wants even if that person can't get it. Makes me chuckle.

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Old 03-15-2013, 9:30 AM
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what does this have to do with republicans

you seem to struggle quite a bit with sense
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Old 03-15-2013, 10:14 AM
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Predictably, Feinstein's gun ban bill was approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee, which she chairs. All Republicans voted against it. . . .
Thanks for the info; very interesting read.

FYI, Patrick J. Leahy, (D) Vermont, is the chairman of the Judiciary Committee. Feinshwein is the Democrat Ranking Member.

It was humorous seeing her "indignation" at Senator Cruz's lecture. So glad she has "cooled off."

Too bad he was born in Canada and is NOT a natural-born citizen. What, do you suppose, are his chances of that minor detail being overlooked should he decide on a presidential run???
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Old 03-15-2013, 10:25 AM
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Too bad he was born in Canada and is NOT a natural-born citizen. What, do you suppose, are his chances of that minor detail being overlooked should he decide on a presidential run???
Future leader of the party, Senate Minority/Majority leader, love to see him be a Supreme Court Justice
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Old 03-15-2013, 10:27 AM
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Future leader of the party, Senate Minority/Majority leader, love to see him be a Supreme Court Justice
The more I see of him, the more I like him. In fact, I'm struggling with whether or not I prefer Rand Paul.
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Old 03-15-2013, 10:28 AM
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Too bad he was born in Canada and is NOT a natural-born citizen. What, do you suppose, are his chances of that minor detail being overlooked should he decide on a presidential run???
im sure Hawaii would be happy to hook him up with a birth certificate
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im sure Hawaii would be happy to hook him up with a birth certificate
Now, why didn't I think of that?
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Today's Sac Bee quotes her as "I have seen what imploding bullets do".


Whaa?

Sent via FM (fookin' magic) it's all FM ain't it?
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Er, isn't this thread about Feinstein's bill at the Fed level?

Republicans always pay close attention to what someone else wants even if that person can't get it. Makes me chuckle.

;-)

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And Liberals always pay close attention to what others have and do everything possible to take it. Makes me sick.
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Any weapon that is lawfully possessed at the date of the bill’s enactment
So any ARs we have now would be grandfathered in?
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Folks: please do a bit of research before you light your hair afire and run about aimlessly.

Here's a headline and a link (Bloomberg).

Assault Weapons Ban Lacks Democratic Votes to Pass Senate

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http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-0...ss-senate.html

(CDF): I urge all gun owners to resist the urge to leap before looking.

That means read something other than Fox News [sic].

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The purpose of my original post was to share details of Feinstein's bill, which are not easy to find and will not be reported generally. It has nothing to do with lighting my hair afire.

And the usual anti-Fox News response does not seem relevant here. I check a lot of news sources routinely, but you assumed otherwise. I also happen to think Fox does a great job. Everyone has reported that Feinstein's bill won't be passed in the Senate, including Bloomberg. So, are you suggesting that Bloomberg has some gift for predicting the future, whereas Fox does not?

I would caution to not ever be optimistic about what the Democrat controlled Senate might do with this, regardless of what Bloomberg may say. I hope Bloomberg turns out to be right, but don't set your hair on fire over Bloomberg, sir.
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