Sunday, October 21, 2012

Who needs an AK-47?

“I also believe that a lot of gun owners would agree that AK-47s belong in the hands of soldiers, not in the hands of criminals – that they belong on the battlefield of war, not on the streets of our cities,” Barack Obama.


"An AK-47 - that's a military weapon. Why do you need it in private hands? You ain't going to go hunting with it." Philadelphia, PA Police Chief Charles Ramsey.


"(Nobody needs) an AK-47..." Michael Coleman, Mayor, Columbus, OH.

"Screw the three of you. 'Need' got nothing to do with it." Audie Murphy.

11 comments:

  1. Ohh, ohh, i do, i do.

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  2. Audie Murphy...men like him are few and very far between. We need more Audies in the .gov...problem is, Men like him have morals and standards and aren't afraid to stand up for their rights and beliefs...and therefore won't have anything to do with politics.

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  3. LOL, Concur! But I'll take an AR in place of the AK...

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  4. I will take the AK! Beats a stiff word and a rolled up newspaper any day. Need vs want. A very slippery slope. What part of "not be infringed" are these people missing.

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  5. We'll have to settle for our Wasr 10. Fleet Farm sells them. Not the most accurate; it only manages 8" patterns at 100 yards, but so what. A relative who lives in New Jersey is really jealous. He's in law enforcement and still can't own one because of local laws.

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  6. We need to blunt this argument by saying "No, an AK-47 is also a civilian defensive weapon". If they want to argue the point, let them. That's where they're disingenuousness about semi-auto vs full-auto will show just how much they are trying to lie about the subject.

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  7. Me, me, me. I need one!

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  8. The more constitutionally-deficient officials we have saying we don't "need" it, the more we actually do. It's a self-defeating argument on their part, and a self-confirming one on ours.

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  9. AK-47 is one the famous Gun among military and police unit.

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