Need your Pro-2A vote for the NY Daily Times

Need your Pro-2A vote for the NY Daily Times

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    Done!

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    Do you think stricter gun control laws would minimize these types of mass shootings?

    Yes, it's too easy for murderers to get guns 37%
    No, that would just victimizes law-abiding gun owners 63%

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    Done!!

    No change in %, but doesn't show # of votes.
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    Do you think stricter gun control laws would minimize these types of mass shootings?

    Yes, it's too easy for murderers to get guns 37% (Are that many people really that stupid?)

    No, that would just victimizes law-abiding gun owners 63%
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    voted, still 63 no

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    Got it!

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    Done. Still 63% no.

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    Still 63 No
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    Strange that there has been NO change?
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post



    Yes, it's too easy for murderers to get guns 37% (Are that many people really that stupid?)
    YES, sad but true....DONE

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    Up to 64% no

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    Added my vote to the unknown total.
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    35% Yes
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    when the intervention of society... may be too late to prevent an injury.
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