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    With respect to the second paragraph, if you do not hold those positions (and if no RKBA poster here does), I apologize for attributing it to you.  

    But it is clear that RKBA members are defending the NRA position on adoption:

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    ...areas of fundamental human rights is suspect. Agencies receiving government funds should not be asking questions about guns, religion, sexual orientation, etc. Yeah, period.

    by wishbone on Sat Dec 19, 2009 at 03:15:53 PM EST

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    That had nothing to do with health insurance rates, that was in response to this post:

    The NRA is now in court in FL arguing about (0+ / 0-)
    whether or not adoption agencies can ask the prosective adoptive parents if they have guns in their home. Arguing whether the mere question should even be allowed to be asked. I know it's all guns all the time mentality with these morons but any of them even consider that many kids are now up for adoption as a result of their parents being wiped out due to gun violence and that maybe, just maybe it might a bit traumatic for such a kid to be forced to be around guns? I personally know a kid whose brother was shot in front of him by some asshole who "thought the gun wasn't loaded"(and an NRA member no less...) with a 12 guage, it literally blew the kid to pieces. I has a true redneck asshole for a neighbor that felt it incumbent to come over and show me a gun he'd just bought and this particular kid was in my house at the time, the kid had a panic attack from hell, had to be hauled off in an ambulance, it was that serious.
    So, anyone want to argue the NRA case? That if this kid were up for adoption how he should be forced to just deal with the fact that the adoptive parents have guns?
    I have said it a million times, I am not against guns. I am against the NRA and it's lemming like supporters who parrot the stupidity of some of their legal arguments.

    "It's a dog eat dog world out there, and I am wearing Milkbone underwear." Norm Peterson

    by playtonjr on Sat Dec 19, 2009 at 02:11:00 PM EST

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    The best apology against false accusers is silence and sufferance, and honest deeds set against dishonest words

    by Alec82 on Tue Jan 19, 2010 at 05:38:59 AM PST

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