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  1. Tax Target
    Tax Target 2 September, 2013, 15:48

    Yeah and somehow or another gun control, according to the democraps, will solve this problem. Good luck with that!

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  2. Chrisxman
    Chrisxman 3 September, 2013, 12:23

    I carry and my dog don’t take prisoners.

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  3. Rex the Wonderdog!
    Rex the Wonderdog! 5 September, 2013, 22:58

    #2^^^^- I like you!

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  4. Bubba
    Bubba 7 September, 2013, 10:59

    Funny how states and cities with the strictest gun laws have the highest crime rate?
    Seems the liberals and anti gun crowd haven’t figured this out?
    So with the latest round of gun control laws, I guess I am supposed to tell the criminal breaking in to wait a moment while I go to my safe unlock it get my gun out, then go to my other safe and get the magazine out that can’t hold more than 10 rounds, then to my third safe to get my ammo (and hopefully it doesn’t have lead in it) then and only then can I tell the intruder to proceed!

    Now this is all provided the intruder doesn’t manage to accidentally hurt himself by tripping over one of the dog toys in the dark, and sue my butt.

    No wonder people are leaving for Texas, Arizona, Nevada etc!

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  5. spurwing Plover
    spurwing Plover 27 September, 2015, 15:05

    Liberals rules for violent crime More Gun Contro Lws,confiscation and counceling for the thugs Typical of a bunch of liberal idiots smoking wacky weed from their hookas

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