CA - Despite the Anti-Gun laws... OOPS - CA is buying the largest ever amount of guns

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    CA - Despite the Anti-Gun laws... OOPS - CA is buying the largest ever amount of guns

    Orange County (CA) Register News
    Dec. 5, 2012 Updated: 12:42 p.m.
    By CLAUDIA KOERNER / THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER


    My Comments: The Irony here, just kills me. It does, it does............no, it really does... Read the rest of the article. lots of things you can cherry pick and make fun of.



    ........Among California gun buyers, the spike was even more pronounced.

    Michelle Gregory of the state's Department of Justice reported a 59 percent increase in submitted dealer's records of sale on Black Friday from last year. A dealer's record of sale is filed with the state for each transaction, which may include one handgun as well as multiple long guns.

    Buyers must generally wait 30 days before buying another handgun.

    Overall, November records showed a 49 percent increase from last year, Gregory said....

    ......."It's like a perfect storm," he said.

    Supporters of gun control laws also expected the recent spikes in gun ownership. Charlie Blek, president of the Orange County chapter of advocacy group the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, said the recent shift of convicted felons from state prison to local jails under realignment might have impacted gun sales. The election definitely had an effect.

    My Comments: The clincher in the end of the article....

    "A lot of people are just recently learning about what the Constitution says and the rights that we have and starting to exercise them now."

    My Comments: Just wait to all these Progressives see the with holding taxes after Jan 01 2013 - then Firearms sales will really spike. No wonder the IRS has been buying shotguns and .40 hollow points.... that is another thread, look it up.


    Californians buying guns at record rate | gun, year, guns - News - The Orange County Register
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    Well if you were in CA what would you be doing other than trying to get out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty901 View Post
    Well if you were in CA what would you be doing other than trying to get out.
    Buying enough Firearms and ammo to ensure I can leave when I want to.
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    Like I said somewhere else, gun owners should always vote dem. Every time we elect a so called liberal anti gun president gun/ammo sale's explode. Tip, invest in a gun manufacturer and vote for Hilary 2016.
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    California is going down the tubes and it's law abiding citizens better start waking up because when there is no more money to hand out for free than crap is going to hit the fan.

    These liberals that are trying to steal our guns away are the same liberals that are running into the ground all the great cities of this Great Nation of Ours.

    Remember, all of us were born free by Almighty GOD and NO man, I repeat, NO man has a right to take that Freedom away, Period!
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    We could caption that picture all day long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frado View Post
    California is going down the tubes and it's law abiding citizens better start waking up because when there is no more money to hand out for free than crap is going to hit the fan.

    These liberals that are trying to steal our guns away are the same liberals that are running into the ground all the great cities of this Great Nation of Ours.

    Remember, all of us were born free by Almighty GOD and NO man, I repeat, NO man has a right to take that Freedom away, Period!
    To say its going down the tubes is purely opinionated.
    From Introduction
    California Economy By The Numbers

    California is the national leader in job creation with 295,300 new private sector jobs created between Oct. 2011 and Oct. 2012 and 574,900 new private sector jobs since the recovery began in February 2010.

    California created more jobs in the last year than Texas, Oregon and West Virginia … COMBINED!

    California’s job growth rate of 2.1% is higher than the national average of 1.3%. So we are adding more jobs at a faster rate than the rest of the country.

    California has 274,000 fewer unemployed people from a year ago. The unemployment rate dropped 1.4% between October 2011 and October 2012, which is one of the top 10 biggest decreases in the nation.

    Because of California’s diverse industry mix, we are able to add jobs in multiple high paying sectors. Sectors like business and professions, healthcare, education, trade and transportation, information, and finance all posted significant increases over the last year.

    Information technology jobs have returned to their pre-recession levels.

    California healthcare jobs maintained consistent growth through recession, adding 27,500 jobs per year.

    California has the highest number of Green jobs in the U.S. with over 318,000 Californian’s employed in high paying Green jobs, a workforce second only to high-tech.

    California’s 2,324 biomedical companies employ 267,000 people. This industry accounts for $115 billion in annual revenues – which is more than the annual Gross State Product of 18 U.S. states.

    3.5 million California small businesses account for 99% of the state's employers and employ 52% of the workforce.

    California received 50% of all venture capital financing in the U.S in 2011.

    California is the No. 1 state for agriculture revenues, with $34.8 billion in revenue representing 12.3 percent of the U.S. total.

    And California is the No. 1 state for attracting foreign direct investment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward7 View Post
    To say its going down the tubes is purely opinionated.
    From Introduction
    California Economy By The Numbers

    California is the national leader in job creation with 295,300 new private sector jobs created between Oct. 2011 and Oct. 2012 and 574,900 new private sector jobs since the recovery began in February 2010.

    California created more jobs in the last year than Texas, Oregon and West Virginia … COMBINED!

    California’s job growth rate of 2.1% is higher than the national average of 1.3%. So we are adding more jobs at a faster rate than the rest of the country.

    California has 274,000 fewer unemployed people from a year ago. The unemployment rate dropped 1.4% between October 2011 and October 2012, which is one of the top 10 biggest decreases in the nation.

    Because of California’s diverse industry mix, we are able to add jobs in multiple high paying sectors. Sectors like business and professions, healthcare, education, trade and transportation, information, and finance all posted significant increases over the last year.

    Information technology jobs have returned to their pre-recession levels.

    California healthcare jobs maintained consistent growth through recession, adding 27,500 jobs per year.

    California has the highest number of Green jobs in the U.S. with over 318,000 Californian’s employed in high paying Green jobs, a workforce second only to high-tech.

    California’s 2,324 biomedical companies employ 267,000 people. This industry accounts for $115 billion in annual revenues – which is more than the annual Gross State Product of 18 U.S. states.

    3.5 million California small businesses account for 99% of the state's employers and employ 52% of the workforce.

    California received 50% of all venture capital financing in the U.S in 2011.

    California is the No. 1 state for agriculture revenues, with $34.8 billion in revenue representing 12.3 percent of the U.S. total.

    And California is the No. 1 state for attracting foreign direct investment.
    And you live in...........MA? Hummmmmm? I need a set of those Binos that can see truth from way over there, over more than 1/8th of the curvature of the earth.......... I'd be a real good hunter then, no?

    By the way.... quoting the CA state Gov on the Propaganda of the State of CA is, what we call in the 'big bang' business, your single point failure! Try harder please. Who knows. You might impress people.
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    I posted my source. Im not saying I know its true, Im just saying its more valid then just saying how cali's "going down the tubes".

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    If Ca was its own country in 1975 it would have been the 5th richest country in the world. now I believe we are only 10th or 11th. The reason we lead the country in job creation and small businesses is that big business is and has fled this state. We also lead the country in creating laws that drive honest businesses away.

    Ca is the most populace state. Along with that we have the largest welfare system in the whole world. If it were considered an industry it would be CAs 7th largest employer. There is a large segment of this state that votes to keep this going. They keep people in the system by making it more and more difficult to get off. Instead of helping the working poor , they penalize them for working by cutting their health care, or child care credits. This cuts their earning capacity to where they were doing better on welfare.

    For the first time in CAs 150 year history there are more people leaving this state than moving here!

    The biggest problem in this state is we have three main population centers that drive every thing. LA, San Deigo, and San Francisco areas. And what they want is what the rest of the state gets!

    Ill be getting out as soon as my retirement accounts recover. DR

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerranger View Post
    If Ca was its own country in 1975 it would have been the 5th richest country in the world. now I believe we are only 10th or 11th. Thats still pretty good.The reason we lead the country in job creation and small businesses is that big business is and has fled this state. Congratulations. We also lead the country in creating laws that drive honest businesses away. Wait....Honest business or big business? No business is both.

    Ca is the most populace state. Along with that we have the largest welfare system in the whole world. If it were considered an industry it would be CAs 7th largest employer. There is a large segment of this state that votes to keep this going. They keep people in the system by making it more and more difficult to get off. Instead of helping the working poor , they penalize them for working by cutting their health care, or child care credits. This cuts their earning capacity to where they were doing better on welfare.

    For the first time in CAs 150 year history there are more people leaving this state than moving here!

    The biggest problem in this state is we have three main population centers that drive every thing. LA, San Deigo, and San Francisco areas. And what they want is what the rest of the state gets!

    Ill be getting out as soon as my retirement accounts recover. DR
    Hope you find a place you like better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frado View Post
    California is going down the tubes and it's law abiding citizens better start waking up because when there is no more money to hand out for free than crap is going to hit the fan.

    These liberals that are trying to steal our guns away are the same liberals that are running into the ground all the great cities of this Great Nation of Ours.

    Remember, all of us were born free by Almighty GOD and NO man, I repeat, NO man has a right to take that Freedom away, Period!
    100% agree but I must add not "going down the tubes"...continues to go down the tube and entered the sewage stream.

    I love how all these numbers get thrown around about how great this state is with job creation blah blah blah. Pure propaganda.

    I meet many people every day in my line of work. I meet a lot of people formally from CA who moved out after they lost their shirts selling their "upside down" home.

    ..and now we have the bankrupt city of Detroit holding out their hands to the guy they overwhelmingly voted for.

    Detroit councilwoman to Obama: We voted for you, now bail us out | Fox News

    "Hey CA and Detroit, how do ya' like me now?"

    California may as well just slide into the Pacific with Detroit eyeing the Detroit river.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RightsEroding View Post
    100% agree but I must add not "going down the tubes"...continues to go down the tube and entered the sewage stream.

    I love how all these numbers get thrown around about how great this state is with job creation blah blah blah. Pure propaganda.

    Source?

    I meet many people every day in my line of work. I meet a lot of people formally from CA who moved out after they lost their shirts selling their "upside down" home.

    ..and now we have the bankrupt city of Detroit holding out their hands to the guy they overwhelmingly voted for.

    Detroit councilwoman to Obama: We voted for you, now bail us out | Fox News

    "Hey CA and Detroit, how do ya' like me now?"

    California may as well just slide into the Pacific with Detroit eyeing the Detroit river.
    I dont get the hate here if you dont like cali dont live there, I dont.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edward7 View Post
    I dont get the hate here if you dont like cali dont live there, I dont.
    Seriously. I can dig up crap on all 50 states, so worry about your own corrupt officials and stupid laws, and stop being hypocritically un-Christian to your neighbors, so they stay there too.
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    Those of us who will, need to. Goodness knows the laws aren't becoming any MORE constitutional.
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