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The most gun-friendly 2008 politician

qednick

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Who you think?

I think Ron Paul wins hands down. A pity the MSM is trying to pretend he doesn't exist or make him out to be a whacko.
 

Doug Huffman

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Re Paul. I think he did a fine job of that himself.

Re 'friendly.' I'm sure the vets, certainly Jess F-ing sKerry, slept with their pieces. Notice all of the potential doubles entendres.

A son-of-a-gun did not result but I engaged in congress on the 'gun deck' of a couple of submarines.

Either we are equal or we are not. Good people ought to be armed where they will, with wits and guns and the truth. NRA KMA
 

joeroket

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Legba wrote:
Ron Paul? Wasn't he the Pope?

-ljp
I think he was the Pope's brother.:p

He is, I think, a very good guy. He has pretty sound beliefs that he does not change or modify like some of the other politicians.
 
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