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  1. LayintheSmakDown

    September 14, 2013 at 9:47 am

    Not sure where you got the gun info, but I have never bought my assault rifles without showing ID and doing a background check. Just one more case of if you make a pretty graph a liberal will believe it if it agrees with what they want to think. Now it is true, as with almost any other goods you can sell to someone else without ID’ing them….but then that is not the government’s business once they have run the background check on the original purchase.

  2. LayintheSmakDown

    September 14, 2013 at 9:51 am

    Also, that infographic on guns should then be filled in for all states….you can illegally sell a gun however you like.

    Now it looks like no state is filled in for voting with no id? If so, then that is good it has taken a step agianst fraud. And NC has now come into mainstream America if that is the case since we are on the path to clean elections. At least until the dems find another way to perpetuate their fraud.

  3. david esmay

    September 14, 2013 at 9:45 pm

    Not sure where LSD get his info, but last time I checked, you don’t need squat for purchase from private parties.

  4. LayintheSmakDown

    September 15, 2013 at 8:45 am

    I stated that explicitly. And also said it was not the government’s business, just like any other private party sale. You need to retune your tin foil hat.

    It is also hilarious about the infographics presented show the Ignorance of Liberalism law in spades. Liberals love to have ID for guns (one constitutional right) because it supposedly “protects” us, but they hate voter ID (related to another constitutional right) because it supposedly “infringes” on another constitutional right. Hypocrisy at it’s best. Here is another example, progressoes want almost everything in life regulated in some form or another….but thepseudo-right for women to kill babies. The shifting views of the progressive mind set are always a gamble.

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