JS-Kit/Echo comments for article at http://smallestminority.blogspot.com/2010/04/vermont-carry.html (13 comments)

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jsid-1271476380-705  ExurbanKevin at Sat, 17 Apr 2010 03:53:00 +0000

Actually, technically, it's Alaska carry, as permits will be issued for them that wants them.

jsid-1271482527-282  khbaker at Sat, 17 Apr 2010 05:35:27 +0000


jsid-1271510994-474  Xrlq at Sat, 17 Apr 2010 13:29:54 +0000

June strikes me as a bit optimistic; isn't the Legislature still in session now, and projected to adjourn 5/26 (making AZ permit-optional on 8/24)?

jsid-1271518345-316  Markadelphia at Sat, 17 Apr 2010 15:32:25 +0000

And all done without any interference from the Gun Grabber who left it all up to the States to decide.

I know...I know...Wayne (just got back from going shooting with Harry Reid) LaPierre says that "the first chance he gets, he will pounce on us." Perhaps Mr. LaPierre (and others here) are under the impression that are president is a three toed sloth 8-)

jsid-1271544647-449  Linoge at Sat, 17 Apr 2010 22:50:47 +0000 in reply to jsid-1271518345-316

Perhaps Mr. LaPierre is under the impression that Our Glorious President is an honest man, and will do as he promised before the elections. 

Of course, expecting honesty out of Barry is rather like expecting a rock to stand up and dance the jig. 

jsid-1271555406-620  JSinAZ at Sun, 18 Apr 2010 01:50:06 +0000 in reply to jsid-1271518345-316

My beleif is that Obama's political team correctly analyized the electoral results of '94 and decided that gun control is yet another "third rail" of national politics, and has wisely based no policy on calming the shakey nerves of hoplophopes. 

However, they thought they had an economic disaster (as well as a "human-caused climate crisis") which could be used as a driver for policy and leglislative action, so gun control only needed some passing nods from candidate Obama, despite his horrific record as a member of the Illlinois legislature.

Now we are seeing a hopeful sign from the public that perhaps (finally!) massively irresponsible spending and taxing policies (owned so completely by the current absolute D. majority) are also being forged into another "third rail" that will spell utter doom for the current herd of scabrous villians in the US Congress.  The public is pissed, and I suspect the sales of tar, feathers, and fence rails will soar come November. 

At least, I hope so.  It would apply selective evolutionary pressure on the political class, so that perhaps they will evolve vertebrae (or at least join the chordates by developing something resembling a brain at their pointy-ends).

jsid-1271522696-896  perlhaqr at Sat, 17 Apr 2010 16:44:56 +0000

Wild.  I really thought UT would make the leap first.

jsid-1271524398-557  JebTexas at Sat, 17 Apr 2010 17:13:18 +0000

On we roll.... now to repeal the ruininous HC crap. Ron Paul's HC 4665 ( I think # is correct) is a start. Woot! Keep grunting, Monkey Boy! Nov. is your DOOM!

jsid-1271526972-925  Markadelphia at Sat, 17 Apr 2010 17:56:12 +0000

Keep grunting, Monkey Boy! Nov. is your DOOM!

Actually, I'm not worried at all about November. While I think some seats will flip, it will be much less than expected because the Tea Party is going to split GOP votes. They'd have to flip 10 seats in the Senate and with Thompson and Pataki sitting out this round, that leaves only a few states the GOP hopes to take back. That's assuming they can hold on to statest like FL where Crist is really hosing things up for the right.

And the House? 40 seats to flip just to have 218-217?


Show me where you find the 40 in here.

jsid-1271559129-307  Mark Horning at Sun, 18 Apr 2010 02:52:09 +0000

40 seats in the house is easy, we have 2-3 that will flip here in AZ alone.  The Senate will be a lot harder, but I think Boxer is finally going down.

Credit where credit is due though, we do have Obama to thank in part for our new law, since he's the one who got rid of our old Governor.  (for which we do apologise to the rest of the nation)

jsid-1271621392-89  GrumpyOldFart at Sun, 18 Apr 2010 20:09:52 +0000

Perhaps Mr. LaPierre (and others here) are under the impression that are president is a three toed sloth

On the other hand, perhaps Mr. LaPierre (and others here) don't fantasize and fetishize about President Hussein's body parts, as yourself, Chris Matthews and others seem to do incessantly.

jsid-1271639261-93  Markadelphia at Mon, 19 Apr 2010 01:07:41 +0000

Ah, but wasn't it Mr. Matthews who recently called Sarah Palin's star power "electric." No comments from the peanut gallery on that one, hmm?

jsid-1271651304-448  khbaker at Mon, 19 Apr 2010 04:28:24 +0000 in reply to jsid-1271639261-93

I didn't notice that he'd said anything about a "thrill running up his leg" or that, for an hour, he'd forgotten that she was a woman . . . .

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