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  1. #141  
    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    What is so entertaining? What do you want to laugh about?
    I have a feeling your about to shoot me........
  2.    #142  
    I have a feeling that you're a 13 year old boy that is trolling various boards.
  3. #143  
    Hi Thais!!!

    I am boy.
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  4. #144  
    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    I have a feeling that you're a 13 year old boy that is trolling various boards.
    wrong and I think you need to take a deep breath. Maybe I'm just poking fun. In in any case it would be wrong of you to spend time getting upset about it.
  5.    #145  
    Quote Originally Posted by lidster
    wrong and I think you need to take a deep breath. Maybe I'm just poking fun. In in any case it would be wrong of you to spend time getting upset about it.
    Not upset...just tired of your ilk.
  6. #146  
    Quote Originally Posted by 1911sforever
    Not upset...just tired of your ilk.
    Shall I let you have the last word?
  7. #147  
    Some on T/C noted that legal firearms were being confiscated in the NO area.

    Hewre's an update:

    <<<
    NRA-ILA Grassroots Alert Vol. 12, No. 8 09/23/05

    MAJOR VICTORY FOR FIREARMS OWNERS
    AND FREEDOM IN LOUISIANA

    On Thursday, NRA filed a motion in United States District Court for the
    Eastern District of Louisiana seeking a temporary restraining order to
    block authorities from confiscating law-abiding citizens' firearms in
    the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Today, we are happy to report, the
    Court sided with NRA and issued a restraining order to bar further gun
    confiscations from peaceable, law-abiding victims of Hurricane Katrina
    in New Orleans.

    Federal Judge Jay Zainey granted NRA's motion for an indefinite
    temporary restraining order and ordered those in power to cease and
    desist gun seizures. The authorities were also ordered to return guns
    seized by them or their agents to anyone "...who lawfully possessed
    them, upon presentation of identification and execution of a receipt
    therefore."

    Commenting on the ruling, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre
    said, "This is a significant victory for freedom and for the victims of
    Hurricane Katrina. The court's ruling is instant relief for the victims
    who now have an effective means of defending themselves from the robbers
    and rapists that seek to further exploit the remnants of their shattered
    lives."

    Joining LaPierre in hailing the U.S. District Court decision was NRA-ILA
    Executive Director Chris W. Cox. "This is an important victory. But the
    battle is not over. The NRA will remedy state emergency statutes in all
    50 states, if needed, to ensure that this injustice does not happen
    again."

    The controversy erupted when The New York Times reported that the New
    Orleans superintendent of police directed that no civilians in New
    Orleans will be allowed to have guns and that "only law enforcement are
    allowed to have weapons." ABC News quoted New Orleans' deputy police
    chief, saying, "No one will be able to be armed. We are going to take
    all the weapons."

    NRA also pledges that it will continue its work to ensure that every
    single firearm arbitrarily and unlawfully seized under this directive is
    returned to its rightful law-abiding owner.

    Although this is great victory, we still need to hear from members who
    have been a victim of this gun confiscation initiative. If you have
    personally had a gun confiscated in Louisiana since Hurricane Katrina
    hit, please call (888) 414-6333. Be prepared to leave only your name
    and immediate contact information so we can get back to you. Once
    again, we are seeking contact information from actual victims of gun
    confiscation in Louisiana only.

    For additional information, please visit www.NRAILA.org, or e-mail us at
    ila-contact@nrahq.org.
    >>>
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