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01-23-2013, 05:32 PM
Senator Stabenow sent this reply to my e-mail. Since all of my reps are libtards, I did not write a "cold dead finger" style letter. I asked, no pleaded, that they use common sense. I asked that they look at everything (but gun control) and to seek opinions from people who actually know what they are talking about (not Sen Fienstien).

Got this generic reply

Dear Greg,
Thank you for contacting me about the tragic and senseless violence in Newtown, Connecticut. I appreciate you sharing your thoughts and concerns with me.

If there is anything that deeply unites Americans across the country it is our love for our children and grandchildren and our desire to keep them safe. In the wake of the heartbreaking tragedy at Sandy Hook elementary, all of us must come together to determine what steps can be taken to protect our children. That means discussing how we can strengthen our gun laws to help stop attacks like this from happening again, while protecting responsible gun ownership and preserving our hunting heritage. It also means strengthening mental health services, and focusing on the broader culture of violence in the media and our society. These solutions may not be easy, but one thing should be clear complacency and inaction until the next attack must not be an option.

Thank you again for contacting me. Please continue to keep me informed about issues of concern to you and your family.

Debbie Stabenow
United States Senator

This not about hunting Dammit!

01-23-2013, 05:47 PM
stabenow is a cunt.

may she choke, along with all the other fascist commie socialist libtards, on her own fucking vomit and die painfully.

how about this? sandy hook was fucking made up to grab guns. Maybe, maybe not - but it is as or more feasible than the bullshit story the news media is spreading.

I have had it with this bullshit. I don't need protection. As of right now the space I inhabit at this minute is my own sovereign nation. fuck everyone else. guns = a requirement. hookers = yes please. booty bumps = I insist. Anything goes in the sovereign nation of mudpuppy. Please apply for membership.

Gas Man
01-23-2013, 06:54 PM
They already said sandy hook had nothing to do with assault rifles... so there goes that logic.

01-23-2013, 07:51 PM
As of right now the space I inhabit at this minute is my own sovereign nation. fuck everyone else. guns = a requirement. hookers = yes please. booty bumps = I insist. Anything goes in the sovereign nation of mudpuppy. Please apply for membership.

You buy Belle Isle?

01-24-2013, 10:34 AM
good idea sprink. I am going to look into that immediately if not sooner. MP island. We could have motorcycle races on the island weekly.

01-25-2013, 04:01 PM
Greg, I got the same form letter, what's the matter with them people, they just don't get it. Would be better off banning knives and clubs. Better start registering baseball bats and hockey sticks!

01-25-2013, 05:05 PM
But NYC and Chicago have done so well with total gun control truly a model for the rest of the country. When have you herd of any violent crimes in either of those cities?

01-25-2013, 05:15 PM
lol :)

01-27-2013, 07:48 AM
What her letter means is she's going to support Feinstein and Barry Soetoro. You can tell because she mentioned hunting heritage, that means you need only have a single shot rifle or shot gun.

01-27-2013, 09:16 AM
In this article you can read a quote where Barry uses the same reference to hunting. The anti-gunners already have their marching orders and if you watch for certain words you know where they stand. When they say they will protect your second amendment rights they do not mean they will vote against the assault weapons ban. Your second amendment rights to them could simply mean the right to use your damned fists. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/27/us/politics/obama-says-gun-control-advocates-should-listen-to-owners.html?hp&_r=0

Gas Man
01-27-2013, 09:52 AM
I see that as Obama back pedaling..

01-27-2013, 10:59 AM
I thought that too, he doesn't want to take the blame for so may dems losing their seats come the next election. I do however believe they all use the same wording which proves they are all on the same page. When they talk about "hunting heritage" they're misconstruing the 2nd amendment for their needs.

01-29-2013, 06:30 PM
And from Sen Lennon.......

Dear Mr. Neu:

Thank you for contacting me about gun safety issues. I appreciate you sharing your views with me.

I support sensible gun safety laws and strict enforcement of those laws to help prevent crimes, suicides and violence committed with firearms. I support the steps President Obama outlined recently to curb the gun violence that plagues our nation, and I believe Congress can and should work to enact legislation to prevent gun violence without infringing on the rights of law-abiding citizens.

I was an original cosponsor of the Brady Law (P.L.103-159). This law requires prospective handgun purchasers to undergo criminal background checks before purchasing a firearm from a licensed dealer. The background check system is able to make 92 percent of background check determinations on the spot, and since 1994, has prevented more than 1.5 million firearm purchases. Additionally, according to Centers for Disease Control statistics, since the Brady Law went into effect, the number of gun deaths in the United States dropped 22 percent, from 39,595 in 1993 to 30,769 in 2007. The number of gun homicides dropped by more than 29 percent, from 17,024 in 1993 to 12,129 in 2007.

While the Brady Law has been successful in reducing gun violence, I believe more has to be done. For example, only 60 percent of all gun sales in the United States take place at licensed federal dealers, where background checks are mandatory. The remaining 40 percent of gun sales are conducted by unlicensed individual sellers, often at gun shows, and a background check is not required. This means that across our nation, any dangerous individual can go to a gun show and purchase a deadly weapon without any form of background check. To close this ‘gun show loophole,’ I am a cosponsor of the Gun Show Background Check Act. This bill would enact the common sense principle that anyone who wants to purchase a firearm at a gun show should be able to pass a simple background check. Ten national police organizations support closing this loophole.

Additionally, I am a cosponsor of the Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act, a bill that seeks to reduce gun violence by keeping firearms out of the hands of terrorists and criminals. Although hard to believe, nothing in current law prohibits individuals on terrorist watch lists from purchasing firearms, unless they fall into another disqualifying category. This “terror gap” in federal law must be closed, and this bill would do just that. This legislation would deny the transfer of a firearm when a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) background check reveals that the prospective purchaser is a known or suspected terrorist and the Attorney General has a reasonable belief that the purchaser may use the firearm in connection with terrorism. Keeping guns out of the hands of terrorists is just common sense.

I also have always supported the rights of sportsmen and hunters. Hunting is a way of life for millions of Americans and plays an integral role in modern wildlife management. But military style assault weapons have no sporting purpose. Because of these weapons, our nation’s citizens are in greater danger and police officers across the country are encountering criminals armed with highly lethal military style weapons.

To support our law enforcement community and to save lives, I am a cosponsor of the Assault Weapons Ban of 2013. This legislation would prevent the future possession, manufacture, sale and importation of assault-type weapons while grandfathering weapons lawfully possessed at the date of the bill’s enactment. It would ban firearms with detachable magazines and military style features, such as grenade launchers, protruding pistol grips, and barrel shrouds. It would support law enforcement officers across our nation, who should not be forced to confront lawbreakers toting military arms. And it would protect the rights of hunters by specifically naming thousands of firearms with legitimate sporting, sentimental or other value that would remain legal to possess.

This bill also would ban high capacity ammunition magazines. Studies have shown that high capacity ammunition magazines are used in 31 to 41 percent of fatal police shootings in cities across our nation. They also have been used by the perpetrators of numerous mass shootings, including at Columbine High School, Virginia Tech, the Tucson shooting of Representative Gabrielle Giffords and 19 others, the attack on a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, and the horrifying shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. The Newtown shooting alone left twenty six people dead, twenty of them children.

We must not wait until more places are added to this heartbreaking list. We can and should act swiftly to protect our families and loved ones from mass shootings. These measures have the overwhelming support of law enforcement communities around our nation, who have implored us to make changes to stop the flood of these types of weapons into the hands of those who would use them for harm. I will continue to work for common-sense gun safety measures.

Thank you again for contacting me.

Carl Levin

See my words fall on really deaf ears.:fu2:

01-30-2013, 01:02 AM
And yet people keep voting them back in!

Gas Man
01-30-2013, 09:13 AM
I for one won't vote for an incumbant at all. Not a one!

01-30-2013, 10:42 AM
I voted for Gary Johnson / Ron Paul. Was the only thing to do imo.


I really wasn't going to vote at all but Einstein said learn the rules and play the game better. So basically need to use the system to change the system.

Gas Man
01-30-2013, 05:14 PM
I did the same thing Mud... sucks I had to write in Johnson!!