Drone Hunting!! lEARN wHAT? IRS Scandal! Cremated?

Yep..

This would work and I am all for it!!

10 gauge? 3′” loads?

‘They Fly in Town, They Get Shot Down’: Colorado Town Considers Drone-Hunting Licenses and Rewards

Colorado folks seem to be upset..Hmmm.

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Yep. What a loon! Could learn how to be an uneducated, welfare leech, BLAMING ALL OTHERS FOR THEIR FAILINGS!!..

Liberal Chick Says, “We Can Learn So Much From Rachel Jeantel”

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IRS. The scandal Buck Ofama hoped the Zimmerman trial would take our attention away from and for the ADD driven sheeple it has.

Dumb! Gun Laws! Gun App! Creating Criminals! Dumb Quotes!

Dumb..

8 Reasons..

Number 8!

antoine-dodson-dumb

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How are those gun laws working out in Maryland?

Not so well?

Baltimore killings go on despite Maryland gun laws

Another dhimmcrap controlled city and state going down the toilet..

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So the criminals will then know which houses are unarmed and gun free!!! Easier and safer pickings for them!!

New Android App Allows Everyone To See Who Is a Gun Owner In Their Neighborhood

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New York‘s so called SAFE act.

Creating criminals out of thin air!!

(Formerly law abiding, gun owning, tax payers!!)

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Dumb and dumber quotes..

8 “Best” Left Wing Quotes on Guns So Far This Year

Number ’8′!

8. If Someone Breaks Into Your Home, You’d Probably Be Dead Anyway
8, "best", left, wing, quotes, on, guns, so, far, this, year,

A concerned Denver senior citizen at a public forum on national gun control legislation asked Rep. Diana Degette (D-Colo.) a simple question: “What about me?” His question concerned limiting magazine capacity.

“My question is: What about me?” the Denver citizen asked Rep. DeGette, arguing against limiting magazine capacity. “There may not be one bad guy that comes into my house … I have to change magazines? I am a serious disadvantage. What about me?”

Rep. Degette, instead of answering his question, arrogantly smirked and mocked him with this reply: “You’d probably be dead anyway if they had that kind of firepower.” Her other response was “The [Denver Police Department] would be there within minutes.” Don’t worry, if you can keep your attackers from killing you and your family for just 10 minutes, the average response time of an emergency call, you’ll be just fine.

And if you can’t? Well, you’d probably be dead anyway.

Don’t! Trust? CDB! Common Sense? Background? Smiley? Oppose! Treaty! Avoid!!

Mess with old people. Especially those capable and willing!

Armed Grandmother of 10 Gives Burglar Way More Than He Could Handle: ‘Did I Hit You?’

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Gun Owners of America Chief to Chris Matthews: ‘We Don’t Trust People Like You’

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Let us pray all is well for Charlie!!

Keeping Pace

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This is an oxymoron. Muslim, Dhiimicrat Ellison and common sense?

HA!!

Ellison holds town hall on ‘common sense’ gun safety laws

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Well I for one see no reason to visit Obama Land or Chicago as it is known…

Nope and if so being unarmed would not be an option!!

Cops warn Chicago tourists soon will be armed

Just saying..

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Gun poll: background checks bring confiscation

A plurality of Americans believe the federal government could use information gleaned from expanded background checks to confiscate legally-owned firearms, according to a Quinnipiac survey released Thursday. But the poll also showed support for background checks remains nearly universal. According …

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Smiley-Face Lies and Homicide Hogwash in Dem Hellholes

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31 Major Hunting and Wildlife Organizations Oppose Universal Background Checks

The National Rifle Association, with 30 other prominent hunting and wildlife preservation organizations which represent tens of millions of Americans, sent a letter to the leadership in the United States Senate. This letter lays out a 5-point plan to make our communities safer. The organizations strongly oppose unnecessary restrictions which would not reduce crime or prevent tragedy, such as universal background checks.

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UN Arms Treaty: Turning Back the Clock

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Another state to avoid…

Connecticut Passes Gun Grab While Other States Dig In To Protect 2nd Amendment Connecticut Passes Gun Grab While Other States Dig In To Protect 2nd Amendment »
The Connecticut Legislature passed its sweeping package of gun control early Thursday, vastly tightening restrictions on firearms ownership in a State already regarded by gun control advocates, long before the December 2012 Sandy Hook tragedy, as having the Nation’s fifth-toughest gun laws. 

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Take Down! Assaulted. Jihad. Gun! Public Schools.

Take down? Hell this was an ass whupping!! For what?

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Only in Mankato..

Woman charged with assault for allegedly throwing tampon at officers

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Someone please tell us why we hear nothing about this? Why anytime a gun is even SEEN, the effing media trumpets it all over the place? Yet a brutal killing by a Mooslim and nothing?

‘Gruesome’: Muslim Man Beheads Two New Jersey Christians

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How it works. 65 year old lady, 5 thugs, odds looking bad, one gun, odds change…Tell us you gun grabbing assOs. How would you have liked this to turn out?

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More Suxage from Public Schools..

2nd Grader Suspended from Colorado School for Playing Imaginary Game of “Rescuing the World”

Where is reason? Where is the PTA? Where is America? The teacher and whoever in the admin who sanctions such insanity should be rubber roomed ASAP.

Surely the immoral traitors are in charge. America is disappearing under the jackboot of the left.

Imagination outlawed at Colorado schoolFox31 Denver (thanks to Tom)

LOVELAND, Colo. — A 2nd grader has been suspended from school in Loveland for a make believe game he was playing.
The 7-year-old says he was trying to save the world. But school administrators say he broke a key rule during his pretend play.
“I was trying to save people and I just can’t believe I got dispended,” says Alex Evans, who doesn’t understand his suspension any better than he can pronounce it.
“It’s called ‘rescue the world,’” he says.
He was playing a game during recess at Loveland’s Mary Blair Elementary School and threw an imaginary grenade into a box with pretend evil forces inside.
“I pretended the box, there’s something shaking in it, and I go ‘pshhh.’”
The boy didn’t throw anything real or make any threats against anyone. He explains he was pretending to be the hero. “So nothing can get out and destroy the world.”
Alex is like a lot of 2nd graders, perpetual motion. His mom says the little boy doesn’t understand why pretending to be a soldier was wrong.
“I think that when a child is trying to save the world, I don’t think he should be punished for it.”

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Another vacation?

Obama to Vacation in West Palm Beach

SOB does not do anything, but I guess screwing America is hard work!!

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Damn…

Students taught oral-sex tricks (and more)

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That’s the Obama I voted for!

I am sick and tired of politics!

Over the last couple of years, there has been a lot of tension over politics, and that division has intruded into my relationship with family and friends — particularly now with the upcoming election.

In 2008, I voted for Obama. That was my right — I am a good person and I voted for him for good reasons. But that decision has created stress between some of us, and that has been hurtful. Yes, sometimes I have thrown Obama in your face and I am sorry about that — I truly am.

Here is the thing. I don’t think you are stupid because you voted for McCain in ’08, and I’m not stupid because I voted for Barack Obama. We both want our country to go in the right direction, but we just have a difference of opinion as to what that direction is, and I’m entitled to my opinion.

I didn’t vote for Obama because of all the “hope and change” stuff. I voted for him because I could relate to him on so many levels and I trusted him. If this guy were my neighbor, I would give him the key to my house. I admire the fact that from his very difficult childhood and struggles rose a candidate for president of the Untied States — and an African-American with an unusual name!

I could relate to his desire to help people who most need it, to help the poor and elderly, children without medical care, and women in need. It seems like Republicans want to cut the important things people need most, and help the rich get richer. I feel like Republicans think Obama supporters are stupid.

I was excited that Obama was going to end the policies of George Bush. I have to tell you, I really didn’t like George Bush, and though I still feel that way about him, after four years it’s not as clear to me why.

But Obama against McCain, that was easy. Obama is more like me, energetic, young, loves his family.

I got a glimpse of the Obama motorcade on arrival for the debates here in Denver, and that was cool — though it held up a lot of traffic, which was not cool.

I watched this year’s first presidential debate closely and was disappointed in Obama. I found him depressing.

However, the Barack Obama I saw in the second debate the other night is the Obama I voted for in ’08!

He was “hitting on all cylinders” as Dad would say … but he wouldn’t about Obama, would he. ;-)

I woke up Wednesday morning feeling invigorated. I had a chance to talk about the debate with friends, and some agreed with me. That was “the real Obama” seemed to be the consensus, but my two best friends didn’t share my enthusiasm.

Later in the day, I ran into some friends who agreed that Obama won the debate — but they had some harsh criticism. One of my colleagues at the University said to me that she felt betrayed, like she had been tricked into voting for Obama the first time. A guy friend was much more callous, saying that he was now convinced that Obama was a phony and a liar.

These two people were Obama’s biggest fans in ’08. Did they watch the same debate I watched Tuesday?

Last night I had the uneasy feeling that something wasn’t right, something was out of place. After all the good vibes with the debate, I now find myself wondering if Obama was sincere, or if what I heard was just talk aimed at “emotional women,” like I’m not smart enough to vote on what I think rather than how I feel.

And the more I think about all his comments Tuesday night, against the backdrop of the reality that things have gotten much worse in the last four years, not better as he seemed to claim, I’m not sure I trust Obama anymore. I’m more concerned now than I was in ’08.

I think that Obama is still a good person and he wanted to do good things, but I’m bothered by the fact that he didn’t take responsibility for where our economy is now. That troubles me the most. It seems like he hasn’t grown into the job and hasn’t done much of anything he said he would do, and he’s still blaming George Bush. Meanwhile, the number of unemployed citizens and poor families has grown a lot.

So why am I writing you?

I know Mitt Romney is a genuine person who really does love his family, who really does care about people from all walks of life. Part of me doesn’t like the fact that part of me likes Romney! I am conflicted. I’m not writing to say that I am voting for Romney, but I have decided not to vote for Obama.

Don’t tell Dad or I’ll never hear the end of it!

Karen