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Congressman to Obama We oppose gun control

Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-S.C.) vowed Wednesday to fight any effort by the Obama administration or members of Congress to enact gun control initiatives. “We live in a republic, not a dictatorship,” Duncan said. “The Founding Fathers never envisioned executive orders being used to restrict our constitutional rights.” He added: “The president should not be able to act unilaterally when it comes to our constitutional rights. Executive orders were meant as a way for the president to implement legislatively passed laws, not to make law.” Duncan was responding to comments made by Vice President Joe Biden, who is heading a task force …

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Dianne Feinstein caught in a lie

Watch as this Gun Grabbing Nazi love child lies directly to your face. Even if the Obama administration were to bypass Congress by imposing new regulations, there is still one card left for pro-Second Amendment forces to play: The House of Representatives could remove funding for the ATF or abolish it completely. But would the House GOP actually do that?  Snyder is confident it would. “I wouldn’t be surprised. I think the House is really furious with the president,” Snyder said. “The Republicans would like to cut budgets of the federal government because they think the federal government is taking …

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Obama blames The Founders of America

Yes, Obama is at it again, now he blames the Founds of America for his failure as a President to bring about change. Well, Barry Santo, if you look in some of the nations metros, you will find all over the country you have brought about change in the wrong direction. We understand you grew up with communistic aspirations  and the ideal that everyone should be poor.

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These people are all guilty of treason

Everyone on this list is a traitors to the United States, having voted Yes on the National Defense Authorization Act, they have given a green light for Americans to be arrested without warrant, without proof and to be indefinitely detained, or killed by the United States Government without question. In refusing to obey the law of the Constitution and call an Article V Convention when required to do so, the members of Congress not only violated federal income tax law but their oath of office as well. The Constitution requires that all members of Congress must take an oath of office to support the Constitution before assuming …

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