the u.n arms treaty has been signed

Discussion in 'Politics Of Hunting And Guns (NOT General Politics' started by rem700man, Sep 26, 2013.

  1. jkupper

    jkupper Well-Known Member

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    Yup, it pisses me off when these idiots do not listen to their constituents and sign their name to things that the majority of Americans clearly do not support. I've already written all of my congressmen and senators on the matter, and I will continue to do so until the matter is satisfactorily resolved.

    What a bunch of asshats!!!
     

  2. SidecarFlip

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    Kerry is a total asshat and always has been, nothing new there.

    I would have been suprised if they (Obama and his cabal) didn't sign it. The thing to keep in mind (always) is it carries about as much gravity as the UN itself.

    The UN is nothing more than a band of professional alcoholics frequenting the bars and brothels in New York City and we all know who the mayor (capitalization omitted on purpose) of New York City is, Another in a series of prepetual asshats.

    Boy am I glad I don't live east of the Delaware Water Gap...............

    Right now, Obama is as close to a neutered President as you can get without impreachment...... and, he knows it.

    We went from the gun grab fiasco right into Syria and both were total fiasco's. Obama don't have a clue.
     
  3. SidecarFlip

    SidecarFlip Well-Known Member

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    Right now, Mickey Mouse would make a better President and......... you can look at Mickey and know he's not lying.:rolleyes:
     
  4. Greyfox

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    "Right now"? Please don't insult Mickey!:D

    No possibility of the Treaty being ratified.....another opportunity for a bipartisan defeat of our King's agenda of defying our American exclusivity, and constitutional rights. This action could serve our specific interests on gunrights, and let the rest of the world know that the American people do not buy their BS even if our King does. Kings come and go.
     
  5. chas3stix

    chas3stix Well-Known Member

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    John Kerry has no constituents....he serves at the bidding of king Obummer. That UN treaty has no meaning without Senate ratification. The treaty is gutless just like the campaigner in chief.
     
  6. PhulesAu

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    Not to belabor the obvious, but the king Doesn't give a Damn about what you think. There's no " listen to constituents" only big money donors have a chance of giving input.
     
  7. SidecarFlip

    SidecarFlip Well-Known Member

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    Thats how it plays on the hill and never forget the NRA is also a 'big money' player. In this case, thats not all bad.

    Special interest groups and professional lobbyists actually run the country and influence policy decisions, not the voters. The only thing voters are good for is paying taxes that support big politicians paychecks, they have no input and haven't had for years. It's not just the current regime.

    Piss on the little people.
     
  8. Broz

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    Well the POS senate just voted to fund Obama Care. This includes 25 POS Republican senators. They did it in a sneaky way , a vote to end the budget debate...and Reed attached funding Obama Care funding. They all knew he would.

    Get your wallets out people , this is going to cost the working force a bunch. Not to mention prepare for the average life expectancy to get lower in the US.

    Sad, I just can't believe this stuff. I am loosing all hope for our country.

    Jeff
     
  9. SidecarFlip

    SidecarFlip Well-Known Member

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    And........Harry Reid is a life member in the NRA. I guess you can't have it all good.

    I'm curious how it will impact the wife and I. We already have Government employees BCBS. I'm sure it will.

    In actuality, we need some sort of institutionalized healthcare in this country. There are a whole raft of people with no health care coverage and that is a travesty in itself.

    I would have preferred a single payee system like Canada instead of Obamacare which is actually Romneycare.
     
  10. Broz

    Broz Well-Known Member

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    What??? where would you get that from? He was a governor and never a senator?

    Yes, there are people with no health care, and plenty that cant afford to use the insurance they pay dearly for. But why do you think it has evolved to this?


    Oh never mind...:rolleyes:


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  11. dogdinger

    dogdinger Writers Guild

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    There are a whole raft of people with no health care coverage and that is a travesty in itself.


    ok flip, I will further the debate here....

    When I see the health care issue on the national ballot with the true cost of what it will cost each American,(IE: $400 per month out of your paycheck etc) and it is then voted on and passed, I will get on board. until then I will oppose it.

    how is passing a law saying we the people have to buy insurance solving the health care problem? If this were the answer, we could solve homelessness tomorrow. just pass a bill that says every american must buy a home or go to jail. AJ
     
  12. SidecarFlip

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    To the both of you, I'm not pro Obamacare or any plan thats government mandated, however, the single payer system works in Canada quite well and it could work here if the Beltway Bozo's had half a brain.

    My second comment is as long as Doctors keep driving Beemers and have summer homes in the Bahamas, healthcare won't be affordable to the masses.

    You ain't gonna get squat for 400 bucks a paycheck until medical costs get reigned in, plain and simple.

    My big issue with the Affordable Health care Act is it puts an extreme burden on employers and in the end will cause increasing unemployment and stagnant job creation.

    The people I work for are contemplating dropping all health coverage for their 1400 employees and subsidizing part of the premium the employees will have to pay using the state run gummit mandated insurance cafeteria -plans. I never participated in their healthcare over the 28 years I've workrd there because I have better, It costs but it's better.

    I feel fortunate to have good hospitalization, Government Employees BCBS but it's not free. Far from it. We pay almost $1,000.00 per month, probably a helluva lot more than most of you pay.

    Would be refreshing if people figured out that professional politicians do what they damn well please with total disregard for their constitutients. Been like that for years and we just kjeep voting the idiots back in.

    Go figure....

    I know, Obama won a second Term but no one voted for him....... BS.

    BTW, in closing my comment, John Mcain voted for the Affordable Healthcare funding this afternoon. Good old American Hero...asshat.
     
  13. Broz

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    Oh, darn, double darn and a big dad nab it...... and I am so concerned about what pisses you off more than anything... I will try to do better I promise...:D

    Love
    Jeff