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Now is's 30000 guns to Mexican gun runners

Postby RiverRat » Fri Jul 08, 2011 7:20 pm

Where does it end? I couldn't get all the way through the article.

http://www.naturalnews.com/032934_ATF_illegal_firearms.html
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Re: Now is's 30000 guns to Mexican gun runners

Postby comp73 » Tue Jul 12, 2011 4:07 pm

None of it surprises me. A lot easier to stomp on our rights if there is a "crisis" to deal with. I especially love the reaction of the WH, that being the new ATF 2 rifles 5 days rule, ESPECIALLY considering that the Firearms dealers WERE calling the ATF and reporting what they believed to be straw purchases.

Isn't this like putting the fox in charge of guarding the hen house?
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Re: Now is's 30000 guns to Mexican gun runners

Postby SQLGeek » Tue Jul 12, 2011 5:07 pm

I guess Obama wasn't content with being just a top domestic gun salesman, he had to branch into the export business too. Simply incredible.
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Re: Now is's 30000 guns to Mexican gun runners

Postby Pug » Tue Jul 12, 2011 6:42 pm

:banghead:

And yet we (the gun owner, hunter, citizen) are the ones threatened by the latest prposed legislation regarding gun sales. The Fed screws up, and we loose more rights.

Makes sense to . . . well, no it doesn't. :totap:
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Re: Now is's 30000 guns to Mexican gun runners

Postby comp73 » Wed Jul 13, 2011 4:23 pm

Sure it makes sense, to a socialist.
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Re: Now is's 30000 guns to Mexican gun runners

Postby VMI77 » Wed Jul 13, 2011 5:47 pm

Pug wrote::banghead:

And yet we (the gun owner, hunter, citizen) are the ones threatened by the latest prposed legislation regarding gun sales. The Fed screws up, and we loose more rights.

Makes sense to . . . well, no it doesn't. :totap:



What do you mean the Feds screwed up? The only "screw up" was getting caught. This wasn't a "mistake," it was a cynically motivated and deliberate plan to undermine the 2nd amendment --and no doubt had other political motivations as well. Deliberately undermining the Constitution should be considered treason (and deliberately and knowingly providing weapons to America's enemies sure sounds treasonous) and any resignations of the people who ordered this should be in advance of their trial.
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Re: Now is's 30000 guns to Mexican gun runners

Postby Pug » Wed Jul 13, 2011 6:19 pm

VMI77 wrote: ...it was a cynically motivated and deliberate plan to undermine the 2nd amendment --and no doubt had other political motivations as well.


:iagree:

Yup, major screw up indeed!
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