NH scores lowest in Brady Campaign rating.

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  1. Gunner3456

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    New Hampshire, which has about the best gun law freedom in the nation, has scored lowest in the nation on the Brady Campaign's scoring of states' gun laws. They scored 9/100 possible points.

    Oregon and Washington each got a whopping 17/100 possible points.

    What the Brady Campaign fails to mention is that those states scoring the highest on their wish list of anti-gun laws also have the highest crime rates.

    Please scroll all the way down the page to see scoring details.Link

    My goal would be for Oregon and Washington to both eventually score 0/100.
     
  2. longcolt

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    I think that is an excellent goal for Oregon.:thumbup:
     
  3. phathom

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    Out of the points we scored that I'd like to see change, are laws that require businesses (especially for employees) and colleges to allow firearms as permited by statelaw as well as getting rid of purchase record retention. They don't need to know what I do or don't have and if I'm at work, or go shopping somewhere I should be able to protect myself.
     
  4. tallshipsgo

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    That's a wonderful goal! :)
     
  5. carbuncle

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    No sales tax, no income tax and now the lowest score on the Brady Campaign's "Pay Attention To Me, Pay Attention To Me!" list?

    That's it, screw Washington we're moving to New Hampshire.
     
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    Screw New Hampshire, look at Idaho, Arizona and Alaska. They scored 2 out of 100. Thats where we need to go!
     
  7. longcolt

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    I do think its amazing that New Hampshire holds out as pro-gun when it is surrounded by the most liberal anti-gun states in the nation. NY, NJ, RI, MA, Conn, all are licking the boots of the Socialists.
     
  8. tallshipsgo

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    The state motto is Live Free Or Die, maybe the residents of New Hampshire actually believe in that. Or they just haven't gotten with the NE Marxist program yet. :)
     
  9. ak56

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    Utah scored a perfect 0
     
  10. phathom

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    I <3 Utah :)
     
  11. Boats

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    OTOH, living in Utah is like doing time compared to everywhere in the West except for the banana republic of Kalifornia.
     
  12. eriknemily

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    The Brady Map is one more reason to love RED states:laugh: I enjoy perusing their ridiculous website. Another entertaining one is the mayors again gun crime group. Funny stuff.

    Also, just visualize the location of shootings from the map on this page (you have to click under the heading 'Facts Spotlight) with the Brady score for individual states that is on this map. These people are off the deep end but always good for a laugh.
     
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  13. ZeroRing

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    I am afraid to even ask...
     

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