questionscan we stop this stupid gun control from becoming…

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We can if we call, wright, and E-mail our congressmen and senators and tell them we do not want any type of gun control

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No..See MOST of us want stricter gun controls!

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Easy. Reverse time, then vote for the NON communists.

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Same way we stopped the Patriot Act. My Congressman's assistants were real jerks when I call to voice my opinion (I have done it a few times). But then again my Congressman is Steve King so I guess it stands to reason.

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Let's be realistic... The House will not let anything radical pass.
However, you can make your voice heard by voting representatives into office that have believes similar to your own.

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What puzzles me is how the 4 million members of the NRA outvote 100 million anti gun people.

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@olperfesser: Just because you're not a member of the NRA; doesn't mean you're anti-gun rights. I own guns, I hunt with them. I own a few handguns, and I even own an AR-15. I'm not a member of the NRA and in no way support their radical ideas.

I'm a level-headed and peaceful American who knows the value in having the proper tools in case violence invades my peace.

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@dnrjenkins1959: Just out of curiosity, what made you drop in and join today? Aside from asking a provocative question, I mean.

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I too am a former member of the NRA. I dropped my membership when they dropped their original purpose of supporting sport shooters, became a mouthpiece for the gun manufacturers, and opposed restrictions on armor-piercing bullets. Since then, they've become loonier every year and their members have become scarier every year.

I'm an unabashed bleeding-heart, do-gooder liberal. I'm the daughter of a career USNavy guy and the wife of another one. I was raised in a house that had both handguns and long guns, and I have both in my home today. I'm not anti-gun, but I'm deeply supportive of some restrictions on certain weaponry and of requiring background checks for every gun purchase. I'm also a believer in the first part of the Second Amendment, "A well-regulated militia," which is too often ignored.

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@magic cave: Thank you, it is really hard for me to imagine over %50 of the people around me that vote, vote for Steve King.
@dnrjenkins1959: I suspect is a dup user who did not want to tarnish the rep. 

@olperfesser: Stranger is how commonsense laws some how anti NRA and anti gun.