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About TheSmokingGun

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  1. They don't have a hard on for pistol grips. It is just a common feature among guns that they want to ban, and so they target it.
  2. You can bet your sweet ass 90% of them would go right ahead and carry it out. And the other 10% wouldn't do jack shit to stop em.
  3. I know exactly what you mean. I know I am very coarse on here and I come off as an asshole. However I do genuinely believe that most people like this genuinely do like and want freedom, they just have a skewed concept, or no idea idea at all, of what freedom really means.
  4. Oh yeah, I forgot all about that. Several counties in CA issue carry permits, including Sacramento. 10 rounds on your hip is much better than 15 rounds at home.
  5. We could only be so lucky as to have CA's laws. Imagine being able to walk into a gun shop, pick out a gun, pass a NICS, and come back after the waiting period and pick it up. Instead of this FID/P2P bs system.
  6. I don't know, why don't you ask people like Willie Nelson and Tommy Chong? They've been smoking for 50+ years. I'm sure their answer would be "stop buying mids, man" FYI: The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than 37,000 annual U.S. deaths are attributed to alcohol use alone (i.e. this figure does not include accidental deaths). On the other hand, the CDC does not even have a category for deaths caused by the use of marijuana.
  7. Sadly, NJ has the votes to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana back in June of 2012. It passed 7-0 in committee and had a bipartisan majority in the state assembly and with 58% public support. The bill would have made first, second and third offenses punishable by small and then increasing fines, and on third offense require the individual to seek drug counseling at their own expense. Then Christie made some big grandstanding show with cops and teachers, blabbing about protecting our children, and threatened a veto, thus killing the bill. Kind of funny, the guy is all about being "fiscally conservative" yet he doesn't mind spending millions upon millions of dollars patrolling, arresting, prosecuting, and jailing people simply for having a dime bag on them. Also I would like to say that while I have some differences with you, you are spot on about Marijuana and I thank you for your contributions on the matter.
  8. Not really. He's a white supremacist, you should see the stuff he used to post about on Stormfront.org.
  9. He didn't point a gun at anyone. He robbed a bank with a note. All large banks have a no-resistance policy and literally, if you hand them a post it note saying give me the money, the employees are required to, and to offer no resistance to any escape. Considering the banks tanked the economy and plundered billions, I'm sorry if I have no sympathy. I'm not saying it's okay to rob a bank, I'm just saying I really don't give a shit.
  10. Probably the greatest irony is that there is a movement of people in this country who are all about freedom, independence, owning guns to protect themselves and be secure from "all threats, foreign and domestic" as well as violent crime and the like. The same people will rant and rave all day about this politician and that politician and the laws they make and how they are taking their freedom. And yet those very same people, worship, agree with, and stick up for the police/military under all circumstances without question. The irony being they feel there is a tyrannical government, yet they worship its enforcers. I don't get it?
  11. Yep. I made a post about BlueLine's bias and the fact that most people released this way are hardly "criminals" anyway, but it got deleted. I suppose the moderators seek to maintain a certain "narrative" around here rather than a true discussion. The article is basically a complete crock of biased shit, about 1 guy who was an actual criminal, then a bunch of cops and other police officials making a huge deal about his $500 theft to get themselves more cops, funding, etc. It also seems there's quite a bit of boot licking around here and any post that isn't about how cops are heroes is considered "anti cop"
  12. Have you ever stopped to think that Bloomberg kicked the National Guard out not because of guns, but because of money, then told all the people like you it was about guns? NYPD has over 25,000 officers, including the same M4 machine guns, armored vehicles, swat teams, road blocks, etc. that the NationGuard has. Ever think that maybe he kicked the volunteer, relatively low paid NG out, so that his bloated police force could make lots of extra overtime money during the crisis? Ever wonder if that request originally came from the police commissioner and police unions, and Bloomberg simply buttered their bread? Makes you wonder, doesn't it?
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