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Megatron
10-30-2006, 05:44 PM
Next Tuesday is Election Day, so get out and vote on that day! If you somehow are not able to vote on that day, then you can do an absentee vote this week. Anyways, there's no excuse whatsoever not to vote. Your rights will hinge on whoever gets voted in. We gun owners must vote as a bloc to give the message to all anti-gun candidates that we will not tolerate anyone trying to rip apart and destroy the 2nd Amendment.

I know that this isn't the presidential election, but nevertheless, it's still an important election. The last thing we need are both houses controlled by gun-grabbing tax-and-spend liberals. Also, we don't need anti-gun governors either, such as Gov. Ed Rendell (D) of Pennsylvania. That crook needs to be voted out.

EARS
10-30-2006, 09:01 PM
This election is more important than a presidential election. On the whole, more people vote during a presidential election rather than the off years. Unfortunately, in either election most people don't vote, then spend the years till the next election complaining. People complain about our troops being in IRAQ and Afganistan. However, people should remember that they could never vote before our troops arrived. They now vote in large numbers, 3 times as many as we do here. This election will in many ways set things in up for the next presidential election. This is a very important election for this country. Megatron could be more correct about everyone needing to get out and vote.

Medula Oblongata
10-31-2006, 08:02 AM
http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n103/medula_oblongata/guncontrolposter8x10jpegcopy.jpg

EARS
10-31-2006, 11:37 AM
MO - You scare me sometimes. Not by what you say, but what you say it so true.

jmz5
10-31-2006, 12:13 PM
Next Tuesday is Election Day, so get out and vote on that day! If you somehow are not able to vote on that day, then you can do an absentee vote this week. Anyways, there's no excuse whatsoever not to vote. Your rights will hinge on whoever gets voted in. We gun owners must vote as a bloc to give the message to all anti-gun candidates that we will not tolerate anyone trying to rip apart and destroy the 2nd Amendment.

I know that this isn't the presidential election, but nevertheless, it's still an important election. The last thing we need are both houses controlled by gun-grabbing tax-and-spend liberals. Also, we don't need anti-gun governors either, such as Gov. Ed Rendell (D) of Pennsylvania. That crook needs to be voted out.
We do need to get Rendell out of there.

panzermk2
10-31-2006, 01:38 PM
always have always will, even if I have to write in if a RINO is on the ticket

Megatron
10-31-2006, 03:46 PM
http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n103/medula_oblongata/guncontrolposter8x10jpegcopy.jpg

That message in the pic above was and still is being brought to you by the campaigns of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Idi Amin, Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez, Saddam Hussein, Kim Jong Il, and Pol Pot.

black campbell
10-31-2006, 03:52 PM
We do need to get Rendell out of there.

My mum's a council person or on some Democratic Party planning deal in PA (Northampton Cnty.) and honked off the Dem faithful with this lovely: "Is this the best we can do..?"

Pretty much sums up my opinion of both parties. I'd like to know when voting became a negative act -- keeping X out of power, instead of voting in people who actually represent the interests of the people. I'll vote GOP here in NM because the other guys are awful (and Wilson has done her done as credibly as these self-important fools ever do...)

But for #*@! sake...is this the best we have?

GV00
10-31-2006, 05:45 PM
Black, I agree wholeheartedly. I'm tired of having the election equivelent of a choice between plain cream of wheat and plain oatmeal.

At this point, I'd probably even vote for someone with views that ran contrary to mine, just because they had the balls to actually have a REAL opinion. I just want some honest people in office, not the current offering of people who will be as middle-of-the-road and inoffensive as possible until they get into office, and then sell out to the highest-paying bidder.

We need a 'none of the above' option. One that actually does something.

Medula Oblongata
10-31-2006, 06:36 PM
Gone are the days of claiming that "our guy is better than yours."

Now its "our guy isn't as bad as yours."

What I wouldn't give for another Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon, Ronald W. Reagan...

Hell, I'd give my left nut, my favorite gun, my wife, and all of my bottlecap collection for another Theodore Roosevelt.

But, alas, what can I say? At least Bush isn't as bad as Kerry would have been... :(

panzermk2
10-31-2006, 06:39 PM
Gone are the days of claiming that "our guy is better than yours."

Now its "our guy isn't as bad as yours."

What I wouldn't give for another Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard M. Nixon, Ronald W. Reagan...

Hell, I'd give my left nut, my favorite gun, my wife, and all of my bottlecap collection for another Theodore Roosevelt.

But, alas, what can I say? At least Bush isn't as bad as Kerry would have been... :(

Go ahead toss her in but you still can't have mine!