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    how gun control helped a stalker kill a womans husband


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    Waste of time for her to write that. Since when do antis and controllers care about something that happens to someone else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick9 View Post
    Waste of time for her to write that. Since when do antis and controllers care about something that happens to someone else?
    They care a lot when they can dance on the blood of the victims and use them to promote their agenda.
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    http://www.amazon.com/Denied-Chance-.../?tag=f0c0b-20

    Nikki's book is a great read. After the tragedy she took a hard stance on restoring the right to carry in restaurants and worked (still works?) in the Tennessee capital. Her lobbying efforts were a large contributor to getting restaurant carry passed in Tennessee and several other states.

    Her book is a narrative following the day's events leading to her husband's murder, criminal proceedings, and in turn eventually the positive legislation changes that followed.

    If you enjoyed Emily Miller's book, this one is similar, but a bit more of a narrative style.


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    I am not a lawyer, I study the history of gun control laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firearms Iinstuctor View Post
    They care a lot when they can dance on the blood of the victims and use them to promote their agenda.
    Not only that, the blood hasn't even cooled and they are already there with their rhetoric. Why let the families grieve when the tears and pain make such good backdrops for their anti-gun slogans?

    Then every chance they get, they stand on the graves of the deceased, and they seem to love it when they can use the deaths of CHILDREN to advance their agenda. Never mind the fact that none of their "common-sense" () laws would have done anything to stop the events from unfolding.

    If signs really do work, the president and all the anti-Rights politicians should give up their ARMED security details and surround themselves with signs with big letters saying "no bullets, knives, or violence allowed beyond this point". It would save a lot of money for the taxpayers.
    But just ask any one of them if they would be willing to give up THEIR armed security to practice what they preach, and you'll likely get the grudging "No" like the one Bloomie gave.
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