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Welcome to the world of political satire. Are you really going to complain about this after all of the similar satirical images that have appeared online about gun rights advocates? If fact, didn't Laci just recently try to somehow link Nazi Germany laws with conservatives? Its an interesting article though that documents the MOMs failing in their attempt to scare people into not allowing a legal business to open. Of course, only Former Mayor Bloomberg has practical experience in infringing on the civil rights of his citizens. Can we say "stop and frisk"?
BS. Bush and his Patriot Act trump any legislation that infringes on citizens rights. I see you political thinking is as loonish as you thinking about guns.
"Bush and his Patriot Act trump any legislation that infringes on citizens rights." President Bush had plenty of help from Democrats in passing the Patriot act. Only one Senator voted against it. And in the House, 145 Democrats voted in favor of it, http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2001/roll398.xmlhttp://www.senate.gov/legislative/LIS/roll_call_lists/roll_call_vote_cfm.cfm?congress=107&session=1&vote=00313 Plus, as recently as 2011, President Obama signed a reauthorization of the Patriot Act. So, our most recent President gets some of the credit for it also. In fact, President Obama has signed two extensions of the Patriot Act to prevent it from expiring.
This is a very popular theme among gun-rights fanatics. To pretend that it's something that both sides do is less than honest.
Or because some Democrats voted for it, it was a Democratic policy, or idea. The twisting deceit of gun loons.
"Or because some Democrats voted for it, it was a Democratic policy, or idea." Actually, the more accurate word is bipartisan. Bush gets credit for it during his term, though he received a lot of Democratic support. It became President Obama's policy when he signed off on the extensions.
Thanks for proving your dishonesty. To you one vote means bipartisan.
"To you one vote means bipartisan." I'm sorry Anon, I'll try to be more clear. My comment on the one vote was that only one Democratic Senator by the name of Feingold from Wisconsin voted against the Patriot Act. One other Democratic Senator didn't vote. The other 47 Democratic Senators, along with all of the Republican Senators voted in favor of the Patriot Act. That I think, does qualify as bipartisan.
You didn't answer the point again, no surprise. It was never a Democratic policy, initiative, or ideology.