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Over the years the NRA and the politicians who drool when they try to think, have passed an entire series of very irrational laws concerning firearms. Publicized, a large majority of the public would support their repeal. Five of them were noted today by ProPublica on Crooksandliars.com http://occupyamerica.crooksandliars.com/...

More below the orange schematic of the secret Liberal handshake....

A very brief search came up with a few more; you may know of one. Frankly, the thousands and thousands of web pages that I've saved have a lot of that stuff, but for a few years I had no data organization, and what I have now I implemented only gradually. I've read about the irrational laws but can't call them up.

I recall that a good number of the bills that the NRA got their politicians to pass concerned restricting information so no one had data with which to criticize gun laws.
such as this recent one:
 Health roundup: Gun data limited by NRA-backed laws   http://www.usatoday.com/...

A second group of laws concerns financial (and moral) immunity for gun manufacturers and sellers. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/...

a third group promotes the proliferation of guns in inappropriate places. http://premiergunshows.com/...  and   http://insiderlouisville.com/...      and   http://www.ibtimes.com/...

It seems to me that making a package of the most dangerous and irrational laws and restrictions would be a way to get some of these things corrected.

Originally posted to A Southerner in Yankeeland on Tue Jan 08, 2013 at 11:03 AM PST.

Also republished by Shut Down the NRA and Repeal or Amend the Second Amendment (RASA).

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