The Scarry Thoughts Of Politicians That Might Make It

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    The Scarry Thoughts Of Politicians That Might Make It

    The article talks about making gun owners carry an insurance policy. This is dangerous thought - they can set a limit that is so high few people could afford it.

    I'm hope that someone figures out this is unconstitutional ... are they going to make people take out an insurance policy in case they insult someone who has a mental breakdown.


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    Here's something even more scary !!! Joe Biden is thinking about running for President in 2016 !!! It might be time to find a different country to go live in !!!!

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    This is running elsewhere, and has nothing to do with defensive action with a firearm, should be moved or merged.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oakchas View Post
    This is running elsewhere, and has nothing to do with defensive action with a firearm, should be moved or merged.
    Wasn't sure where to put this ... might no be an article on some defending themselves.

    But one thing is for certain - what is in that article will certainly impact your ability to carry a gun to defend yourself if it ever passes.
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    its also creates a registry of firearms owners.
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    Well if it goes the way of health insurance the bill will be 60-70,000 pages long and no one will have read it, so it will be even longer before anyone can act on it. Then of course it won't be fair if you can afford good insurance but some other guy can't afford the premium so we'll need insurance exchanges and oodles of bureacrats to manage the law..... The best insurance might be having at least one more round in the chamber.
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    This has the same chances of passing as the voter ID law that libtard's keep complaining about. If this is about covering the cost of gun violence, maybe we should make Obama voters carry a $250k policy to cover their tax liability and one other person who didn't vote for him. Ive had it with these idiots. Someone needs to make a point.
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