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    The topic of the web chat will be: Should it be easier to carry a loaded gun in public?

    Join theContra Costa Times - Bay Area News Group web chat Friday, Jan. 22nd at 12:00pm.

    Feel free to join in! You are all welcome to submit questions and/or comments for the guests during the live chat. Ben Van Houten from the Legal Community Against Violence and I will chatdiscuss the benefits of an armed society.


    To participate click here:http://bit.ly/6wv65e



    What do you guys think? Should it be eaiser to carry a loaded gun in public???




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    Freedom_Is_Popular wrote:
    The topic of the web chat will be: Should it be easier to carry a loaded gun in public?

    Join theContra Costa Times - Bay Area News Group web chat Friday, Jan. 22nd at 12:00pm.

    Feel free to join in! You are all welcome to submit questions and/or comments for the guests during the live chat. Ben Van Houten from the Legal Community Against Violence and I will chatdiscuss the benefits of an armed society.


    To participate click here:http://bit.ly/6wv65e



    What do you guys think? Should it be eaiser to carry a loaded gun in public???



    I think engaging in a debate with the likes of LCAV gives them more credibility than I believe thatthey are due. The topic of the whether it should be easier for us to carry loaded in California is also mooted by 12031- LCAV already has a foothold on what they want, and the advent of the UOC movement is no doubtrousing their hunger for more restrictions.They dont seem to make the connection however, that violence is a verb and not a noun.



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    ConditionThree wrote:
    Freedom_Is_Popular wrote:
    The topic of the web chat will be: Should it be easier to carry a loaded gun in public?

    Join the¬*Contra Costa Times - Bay Area News Group web chat Friday, Jan. 22nd at 12:00pm.

    Feel free to join in! You are all welcome to submit questions and/or comments for the guests during the live chat. Ben Van Houten from the Legal Community Against Violence and I will chat¬*discuss the benefits of an armed society.


    To participate click here:¬*http://bit.ly/6wv65e



    What do you guys think? Should it be eaiser to carry a loaded gun in public???

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    I think engaging in a debate with the likes of LCAV gives them more credibility than I believe that¬*they are due. The topic of the whether it should be easier for us to carry loaded in California is¬* also mooted by 12031- LCAV already has a foothold on what they want, and the advent of the UOC movement is no doubt¬*rousing their hunger for more restrictions.¬*They dont seem to make the connection however, that violence is a verb and not a noun.


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    Actually, violence is a noun.

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    LCAV seems to dance around UOC.

    http://www.lcav.org/states/california.asp

    They don't seem to bring it up or mention 12025(f).



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