Who Are YOU Votin' Fer?
Posted 08 October 2004 - 01:02 PM
wear the t-shirt at the pole's NON-VOTER
and a v.c. flag on the front will get the crowds stirrin!!
and thats what you want controversy right???
have a good year....or whats left of it..take care,ron
Posted 08 October 2004 - 01:14 PM
I understand your feelings and respect your opinion, but I ask you PLEASE to vote. Others in this thread have given some very thoughtful advice. Our right to vote should be treated with much respect (considering what it has cost) and should be exercised regularly.
I personally have a number of complaints about George W. Among them are Iraq. I believe that he and his administration totally botch the post-war planning and execution. I suspect you have similar feelings. I am also a strong environmentalist, and his record there is dismal. There is more, but I will not enumerate here.
So, who am I voting for on November 2nd? George W! Whether you consider him THE man for job or the lesser of two evils, it is still important to exercise your right to vote. To think of John Kerry as President is bone-chilling! You don't have to agree with everything a person stands for to vote for them. Rarely are your choices clear-cut (though George W in 2000 was pretty crystal clear!!).
Posted 08 October 2004 - 01:14 PM
1) Get rid of your Thompson.
2) Leave this forum.
Posted 08 October 2004 - 01:50 PM
more then likely bush will get my vote
this will be my last post cause im headed north for the weekend (some bird hunting) around luzerne mich, i doubt anyone knows where thats at but i know where some great grouse woods are, and i'll see if i cant flush me a couple
you all enjoy ur weekend
Edited by DDAYJune6, 08 October 2004 - 01:53 PM.
Posted 08 October 2004 - 02:04 PM
nothing gets them like a good shirt.....
Posted 08 October 2004 - 02:07 PM
also i have a new gun ruger red label over under 20 gauge, with fiber obtic sights, so its looking to be a good weekend
Posted 08 October 2004 - 04:44 PM
Thank God for the 2nd Amenedment only thing left in this country our for-Fathers would be proud of and its under attack .
Posted 08 October 2004 - 05:26 PM
|QUOTE (43FordGPW @ Oct 8 2004, 04:44 PM)|
Maybe I'll run in '08!
Posted 08 October 2004 - 06:09 PM
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Posted 08 October 2004 - 08:08 PM
You can vote for Nader but in my opinion you won't make any statements to anyone, so you will have wasted your vote.
Look at the records of Kerry and Bush. Look at what they've done.
This should give you the clearest idea of what you need to do. We need you to vote for Bush. ANd there are many groups other than Gun owners who NEED YOU to vote for Bush.
And if it'll help, I'll say PLEASE????
Posted 08 October 2004 - 10:02 PM
|I just can't believe that there has been three somebitches who voted Scary Kerry on this Forum!|
Its those same three som bitches that voted for the old style spring for the C drum!
Posted 08 October 2004 - 11:02 PM
Hey, I happen to like the old style spring
Unfortunately, it is not that simple. For some reason, there are gun owners and gun enthusiasts that will vote for John Kerry in this election. I just wish someone who would (will) do such a thing, would stand up and tell the rest of us why. I suspect it has to do with personal issues that have a great importance in their lives. Given the small number shown in this poll, I guess this is to be expected. I personally support everyone's right to vote. I only ask that if your support for Kerry is based on a real belief that weapon ownership will be safer or just as safe with Kerry as has been with President Bush, please explain the basis of your convictions.
Posted 08 October 2004 - 11:50 PM
NRA AND BRADY CAMPAIGN AGREE ON ONE THING: JOHN KERRY IS ANTI-GUN
On October 1, in a true testament to his anti-gun record, Senator John F. Kerry (D-Mass.) earned an endorsement from the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence (formerly Handgun Control, Inc.). For once, the Brady Campaign and NRA are in total agreement--John Kerry is the most anti-gun presidential nominee in history!
"If there was any doubt about John Kerry's true position on the Second Amendment, his endorsement from the Brady Campaign should make it clear," said NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris W. Cox. "John Kerry stands with other gun banners like Dianne Feinstein, Ted Kennedy, and Chuck Schumer--each one commended by the Brady Campaign for their anti-gun records.
"It's shameless and dishonest to spend your entire career voting against gun owners, then try to repackage yourself for a presidential bid," added Cox. "A true hunter and sportsman would never seek and accept the endorsement of groups who advocate banning guns, banning ammunition, banning hunting, and licensing and registering law-abiding gun owners."
The following are just a few of Kerry's votes against America's sportsmen and gun owners:
* Kerry voted to ban most center-fire rifle ammunition, including many common rounds used by hunters and target shooters (Vote No. 28, March 2, 2004).
* Kerry co-sponsored current legislation to ban all semi-automatic shotguns and detachable-magazine semi-automatic rifles, a gigantic step toward bringing Australian-style gun control to the U.S. (Signed on as co-sponsor of S. 1431 on Nov. 21, 2003).
* Kerry voted to hold the highly regulated American firearm industry legally responsible for the illegal acts of violent criminals (Vote No. 24, March 2, 2004; Vote No. 25, March 2, 2004).
* Kerry says, "I think you ought to tax all ammunition more, personally, I think you ought to tax guns." (CNN "Late Edition," Nov. 7, 1993).
* Kerry has a 100% rating from gun-control groups, and is called "a hero" by anti-hunting extremists such as PETA.
"Kerry's numerous anti-gun votes present a red flag for hunters and sportsmen, but this savvy voting bloc will not be fooled by election-year campaign tactics," concluded Cox.
For a full list of John Kerry's Second Amendment-related votes, please visit www.nrapvf.org/kerry/default.aspx.
Great choice for a President, huh?
Posted 09 October 2004 - 01:18 PM