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    Vancouver/Clark County Get's the message from joejoejoe!

    More front page press coverage from Vancouver.
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    The Columbian Story here.

    A Vancouver man who belongs to a national gun advocacy group made the same plea to Clark County commissioners on Tuesday as he did to the Vancouver City Council on Monday: update local codes regarding guns in parks so they are in accordance with state law, which says people may openly carry weapons in a non-threatening manner.<snip>
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    A little better coverage there. I do want to note that I was a Store Director at the Hollywood Video in Portland, not hazel dell... so I hope no other Hollywood Employees see this... lol

    Joe~

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    Great responses there from the forum members. Good job!

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    Lol i love reading all the non sences anti gun comments

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    I just don't understand why someone thinks we don't have the right to defend our life. I just don't get it...

    If people feel so safe behind the law, just get rid of police. But then you might ask, "Who is going to enforce the law?" I would be inclined to return with the question "Why would the law need to be enforced?" They of course would have to reply by saying, "Because some people break it." We would both come to the conclusion that we are nowhere forward in correcting the issue of crime now than we were before. The safest answer then would be "every man is responsible for himself" and to defend that right.

    Joe~

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