Who will gun owners vote for and why?

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    Who will gun owners vote for and why?

    No flames, please. Keep the flames in the comment space below the Examiner column.

    I got inspired by something the Buckeye Firearms Assn. did the other day and it was a good idea. Just who do you think gun owners will vote for? I'm not asking who you will vote for.

    Who will gun owners vote for, and why?

    This column has addressed some highlights, including the gun rights planks, the gaffe by DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and Clint Eastwood’s discussion with an imaginary president.

    Now it is your turn and don’t be shy. This is like talk radio without the commercials, dead air and static.


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    Romney.
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    I am registered to vote, I will be voting in November, and am still undecided.
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    I vote pro gun. So that would be Romney. It wouldn't be Obama if he suddenly joined the NRA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rbloodhound View Post
    I vote pro gun. So that would be Romney. It wouldn't be Obama if he suddenly joined the NRA.
    Explain t me how Romney is pro gun by his past record?
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    This election I will be voting solely for the next Supreme Court member. The only thing of value either candidate has to offer this time around.

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    I'm voting for the candidate that won't go on a steroid infused power trip when he realizes he is done campaigning for re-election.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlr1m View Post
    This election I will be voting solely for the next Supreme Court member. The only thing of value either candidate has to offer this time around.

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    I know ya have to play the odds but how well did that work out with Roberts and healthcare? Many times the Justices that you think are appointed go the other way on key issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveWorkman View Post
    No flames, please. Keep the flames in the comment space below the Examiner column.

    I got inspired by something the Buckeye Firearms Assn. did the other day and it was a good idea. Just who do you think gun owners will vote for? I'm not asking who you will vote for.Who will gun owners vote for, and why?

    This column has addressed some highlights, including the gun rights planks, the gaffe by DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and Clint Eastwood’s discussion with an imaginary president.

    Now it is your turn and don’t be shy. This is like talk radio without the commercials, dead air and static.


    Who will gun owners vote for, and why? - Seattle gun rights | Examiner.com
    Chillax. I don't know about the rules of the forum but I'm pretty sure you don't have to answer if you don't want to. It looks like the OP was not really asking even though many of us have answered a question which had not been asked.
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    It is obvious that this thread was crafted with the best of intentions by the original poster but it really has nowhere to go but downhill. It behooves all to really study government, the founding fathers' intentions, the Constitution, both the candidates' promises and their records before voting. Voting is very critical this go-'round.
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