Seattle gun crackdown: Gun owners were there first!

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  1. Dave Workman

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    It's pretty obvious from the rest of the paragraph that I have no such illusions.
     
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    dave they have tried their ways for years and its been a dismal failure every where Ie: Detroit,Chicago,DC and now here in Seattle one of the most liberal they have taken the medicine ..ill be looking for the end around.
     
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    Project Exile worked quite well as I remember, but you'll never get the media to admit that since it was backed by the NRA. In fact a lot of people, even here, won't admit that since the NRA was involved!
     
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    In their eyes, this is all just a "placeholder" until they can do what they really want - change the gun laws. Just wait until the next legislative session.
     
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    Was community meeting camouflage for Seattle’s anti-gun agenda?

    Cut through the rhetoric about the need for more education and mental health funding, neighborhood communications and youth violence intervention, and what came through at Monday evening’s Town Hall Seattle forum on violence was the city’s desire to erode state preemption and establish its own gun laws.

    Was community meeting camouflage for Seattle
     

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