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Diverting attention from issue

April 5, 2013

Supporters of gun rights around the country routinely and rightly express concern when government attempts to interfere, in their opinion, with their right to keep and bear arms....

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EarlyBird

Apr-05-13 8:31 AM

Here is a skinny little diversion, the government can fine and put people in jail for not feeding their cattle and horses enough food. How about all the deer the State has jurisdiction over as theirs, why are they not jailed for letting the deer starve? I know their answer, although we and a hand full of outfitters profit from the sale of deer they are public property.

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muleskinner

Apr-05-13 8:45 AM

Best not to break into somebody's home in Nelson, Georgia.

If you want a gun, go buy one, or, better yet, steal one so the gov doesn't know you have a gun.

The gov is now complicit with theft and the stealing of guns simply by forcing people to register their guns and pass a background check.

President Obama promotes crime instead of fighting crime. It's a crime.

The barbarians are inside the gates, it's too late.

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namexxx

Apr-05-13 11:59 AM

"But councilman Duane Cronic, who sponsored the ordinance, said he knows the law won't be enforced, and that he really was just trying to make a point."

Yeah, the very same point this newspaper daily tries to sell to the ignorant people of this city:

Life is cheap.

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centerfield

Apr-05-13 12:17 PM

I was kinda wonderin if you had any data on how many guns the government took during the ten years the Brady bill was in force. I believe you would have screamed you same inane diatribe at that time but it did not happen.

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locomotive

Apr-05-13 1:03 PM

I see the grumblers are out in force today, those that need to buy themselves a newspaper and have at it.

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locomotive

Apr-06-13 9:27 AM

I should have said grrumblers who are adept at janitorial skills, not publishing newspapers.

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centerfield

Apr-06-13 11:29 AM

So, loco, I assume you don't have the data requested on the Brady bill. Why don't you just say you don't have the data or that your view is incorrect.

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locomotive

Apr-06-13 9:29 PM

centerish, that's an awful teacherish tone you're taking about that Brady bill. I don't remember signing up for the class or the homework this time.

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EarlyBird

Apr-07-13 8:49 AM

I can't remember what the petitions were that were thrown out last year because of fraud but why don't our legislators just introduce bills that are equal or the same? It would help the ND people not be victims of fraud.

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centerfield

Apr-07-13 10:25 AM

You probably need to go back to school if all you can do is blab, blab, blab while adding nothing to the conversation. Like I said, if you don't have the information, just say so. Better check those roots again, they are certainly blondish looking.

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locomotive

Apr-07-13 9:38 PM

centerish, if you were post moderator, I'd take your comments seriously. Blonde means more than hair, y'know...

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locomotive

Apr-08-13 10:10 AM

billgrr gets the "most effective use of c/p" award for 2013. Aren't we all so proud?

namexxx's post? "Less classy than most" is the best I can do with it.

And yes, you two do qualify for the title of this editorial, "diverting attention from issue," with the majority of your "substantive" submissions here.

You both should go fishing instead of trolling. Have a great Monday.

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locomotive

Apr-08-13 7:15 PM

So, so proud.

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namexxx

Oct-16-13 8:08 AM

The MDN get the award for the most ineffective use of political rhetoric:

"Will America ever elect a Muslim president?"

Congratulations, righties!

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locomotive

Oct-16-13 9:37 AM

leftywing, I reported your NRA (Nothing Remotely Acceptable) posts x infinity.

You're welcome, everyone.

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locomotive

Oct-16-13 9:41 AM

willgrr: "loco says..."billgrr gets the "most effective use of c/p" award for 2013. Aren't we all so proud?"

"Loco gets the insane award because I never once commented on this subject."

No, not you, willgrr, but likely another persona of yours that got bumped for good.

This topic first ran in April 2013. Why are you just getting to it now?

Thanks ever so for the award. It warms me down to the bottom of my (cold, cold) heart. Didn't you know I could say that? When a person has been deemed insane, the sky's the limit. You should know, willgrr.

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locomotive

Oct-16-13 4:31 PM

We'll see just how popular the Democrats will remain.

Nobody's afraid, right?

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