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Do you think President Obama would take all guns out of all U.S. citizens' hands if he could?

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Missy1

Jan-23-13 1:07 AM

How about you experiment with yourself. You're the person who hates Freedom of Rights, Religion, or a Person to have the Right to Speak Out. Same as your Savior. Not going for it. Sorry, if I say alot or a lot, your intolerant. Double Standard would you say?????? Imagine that.

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MarkHighwater

Jan-23-13 1:13 AM

I love Teds music...but he is a total hypocrite when it comes to politics...the only reason he's a right wing nut is GUNS...he loves to hunt obviously...Chuck Hagel for war secretary nomination by Obama is clearly not a communist association...Ted started spewing his hate and pro BUSH stance, at a concert at the NDSF circa 2003...a real BUZZKILL :(

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Missy1

Jan-23-13 1:27 AM

And one more thing, I am searching for the person's family of the Vietnam Vet who did not return home. I have his "ring" have not been able to find them, he was a Marine. And what war has Obama fought in?????

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MarkHighwater

Jan-23-13 1:57 AM

What would be the point in disarming the general public...gun and ammo sales are big business to corporate america...the public is no match for the american war machine...it would be like bringing a knife to a gun fight...and the military industrial complex needs the working class taxpayer to feed their appetite for destruction.

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MarkHighwater

Jan-23-13 2:01 AM

When I go out duck hunting the proclamation says I can only have 3 rounds in my magazine,but it holds five...so why should people be able to have 100 round clips to hunt people with?...the ducks have a better chance than humans.

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subman

Jan-23-13 7:33 AM

hunting and the right to keep and bear arms are 2 different things.... hunting isn't guarenteed by the 2nd amendment hunting is regulated by the game and fish... if they want to limit you to hunting with rocks they can... on the other hand if you want to trick out your shotgun to hold 10-20 shells you can, you can shoot it all you want you just can't go hunting with it.

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subman

Jan-23-13 7:35 AM

people can arm themselves with the same weapons you talk about and can shoot back... realist people have a much better chance than ducks..

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muleskinner

Jan-23-13 9:14 AM

If he could, he would.

Might as well ask another question. Do you trust President Obama?

I can give you my answer: No.

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animal

Jan-23-13 10:54 AM

Joe the plumber didn't get very far, just like all other hard working individuals, thanks to the liberal media, they make and break according to their politics! By the way I should not have called Obama a gun hater, he loves them, when they are used to kill the people he wants dead or to make sure his communist agenda is advanced, or to guard his family, but no yours!!!

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rajiihammr

Jan-23-13 11:07 AM

Thanks for the Ted Nugent quote PJ ! Ted is one first class nutball. I wonder how many disagree with the posting, but agree with the quote. By the way, shouldn't Ted be dead or in jail? That's Ted, not Rajii. Though....

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disgusted

Jan-23-13 11:08 AM

PJ, you sure do obsess about minutiae. Must be because you have nothing positive to say about your political leader. You are losing your grip.

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rajiihammr

Jan-23-13 11:23 AM

This question is a sort of Rorschach test to determine if you are truly ignorant or just wilfully ignorant. We see a good mix of both in the yes column.

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muleskinner

Jan-23-13 11:50 AM

The Obama brown shirts, the useful idiots, are out in force today.

The brainwashed fools not only voted for Obama, without any hesitation, in addition, they continue to be brainwashed fools.

You don't see Obama standing outside in the Rose Garden smoking one of his cigarettes do you? He can have a smoke anywhere he wants, and I'll bet the entire US debt he has had a cigarette in the Oval Office while conducting his business of making sure the billionaires are first in line each day.

Make no mistake about it, it is a tough job to sell a bill of goods every day to the Great Unwashed and hope they continue to swallow the bait, hook, line and sinker. They still do. They're brainwashed and that's why they do.

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OldCat

Jan-23-13 12:47 PM

Looks like persistent bigotry to me. Both on MDN and Olddog.

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WorriedAmerican

Jan-23-13 1:42 PM

President Barack Obama is biased against Republicans, says Fox News commentator Bill O’Reilly.

“It's pretty clear that he doesn't like them because he feels that they are the purveyors of white privilege,” O’Reilly said during an interview with Washington Post editor Bob Woodward on "The O’Reilly Factor" show.

“He's never going to say that, but that's the theme that runs through his advisers: the white privilege has to be broken down.”

Woodward disagreed, saying, “I just think he doesn’t agree with Republicans on their agenda. He’s hurting his own cause.”

But O’Reilly didn’t give up. “The Republican agenda, in the president's mind, props up white privilege,” he said. “Therefore, as the social justice champion, he has to tear that down. He doesn't like the white privilege thing, and he doesn't like the Republicans trying to defend it. That's the seed.”

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rajiihammr

Jan-23-13 2:14 PM

Whoa. I'd forgotten about Ted Nugent's draft board antics. He IS a bad person. The Limpman had a legitimate boil though.

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locomotive

Jan-23-13 3:37 PM

"The Prsesident was in the war against women and won,he was in the war against gays and won.He was in the war with the top 2 percent and won.He was in the war for affordable health care and won."

Well, these "wins" are in the eye of the beholder obviously.

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locomotive

Jan-23-13 3:42 PM

"The Prsesident was in the war against women and won..."

I just took another look at this sentence, and it's possible, leftwing, that you might not have meant to say it this way.

Pres. Obama won...against women?

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TheDiogenist

Jan-23-13 4:48 PM

I'm going to have to agree with the spirit of rajiihammr,s post, that the wording of this question and the way in which a majority of people have responded highlights a troubling misunderstanding of the current debate on guns in America. This sort of unequivocal all-or-nothing outlook is not what it's all about, nor should it be. It detracts from the task of having an informed discussion, and makes finding some sort of common ground next to impossible.

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locomotive

Jan-23-13 6:50 PM

There was no "war against women" waged by Republicans.

Democrat talking point, that's all.

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locomotive

Jan-23-13 6:57 PM

PJ's quote by Boehner is interesting.

So the "only" things preventing the President from fully implementing the vision he spoke of at the Inauguration are the Republican members of the House of Representatives?

Hold on to your faux fur-lined caps, guys & gals. The air in that chamber just got chillier.

And how does that make all the progressives feel? Like they might have to "reach across the aisle" or "work with" people that don't fall in lockstep with their point of view?

Yeah, I know. "Republican" is a dirty, 10-letter word. So is "compromise," isn't it?

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disgusted

Jan-23-13 7:02 PM

Secretary of Defense Panetta has decided to lift the ban on women serving in combat. Now it is official: War on women

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TheDiogenist

Jan-23-13 7:13 PM

Well, the war alongside of women...

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MarkHighwater

Jan-23-13 11:45 PM

Well...maybe game and fish should regulate the hunting of people that has become so popular with assault rifles...5-10 rounds per weapon...give the victims as good a chance as a duck or deer.

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MarkHighwater

Jan-23-13 11:48 PM

Lets face it..this whole argument is about money...corporate americas right to sell as many guns and ammo as possible...they don't give a*****anything else.

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