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Walmart supports 'common sense' gun control

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    Not surprising that an organization that has made billions on communist goods supports the removal of God Given Rights.
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    I was a somewhat regular shopper at WM, but no longer.

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    I'm kind of a "free range protestor." I've never purchased anything at WM (that I can remember), so technically I have been been boycotting them for years.

    Oh, I'll read the knife magazines at B&N, and then put them back on the rack neatly, but then what "authors" think is a 'knife' is nowhere close to what I think!
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    I'm about fed up with the whining from these weak-kneed sissies.

    If I want a "weapon of war", I should be able to have a "weapon of war". You know why? BECAUSE THE %#[email protected] 2ND AMENDMENT WAS WRITTEN FOR THAT EXACT REASON!!!!!
    How does a "militia" properly go about "ensuring the security of a free state" without equal available force to meet the potential threat of an invading army? Hmmm???? Anyone????

    "Your AR-15 can't stop an army! They have machine guns and grenades and tanks."
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    "Then, according to the intent of the 2nd amendment, I should have those too."
    "........ *crickets*.........."

    Justices Clarence Thomas and the late Antonin Scalia hinted at this in some of their opinions, but were not ready to overturn things just yet.

    There should be no talk of an "assault weapons ban", and instead we should be demanding to have our full rights restored starting with repeals of the National Firearms Act and Gun Control Act.

    Ask yourself this, or ask others who just don't seem to get it...
    "Is a human right worth the cost of human lives?"
    If you, or anyone else, answers with "no", then you/they don't deserve any.

    Yes, my right to self-defense and self-preservation DOES mean that bad people may abuse that right to do bad things. That is NOT my fault, and I should NOT be punished in any way, shape, or form because of it. PERIOD!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Denton View Post
    I have a response when they want to stop me. "My transaction is done, here. Get a warrant."
    I like that. I guess I'll use that the next time at Walmart. I've always tried to be respectful of them; not take away their dignity at Costco. There they usually they just pretend to check the shopping cart and then tell you to have a nice day. But the ladies at Walmart are over the top. They really check and everyone else has to stand in line behind you waiting for their turn to be sure they're not shoplifting. In the end, I think it'll cost them money because I'm already avoiding the place as much as possible due to this inconvenience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cricket View Post
    Maybe Walmart should have considered having security at their front door?

    I have always wondered how they decide if their store needs security or not. I have 4 Walmarts within a short distance of me. Two have actual armed security at the front. Two have little old ladies checking your receipts.
    There is always an off duty cop, in uniform at my Wal Mart, with his police car parked out front. I have to hand it to that store, they got that part right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMills357 View Post
    There is always an off duty cop, in uniform at my Wal Mart, with his police car parked out front. I have to hand it to that store, they got that part right.
    Yet, for some reason, schools aren't allowed to do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Back Pack Hack View Post
    Yet, for some reason, schools aren't allowed to do that.
    Here in Florida, they passed a bill to arm teachers, and some of them are armed. But, it is the county school admin that decides if they can pack a gun or not. It is messed up, that is for sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMills357 View Post
    Here in Florida, they passed a bill to arm teachers, and some of them are armed. But, it is the county school admin that decides if they can pack a gun or not. It is messed up, that is for sure.
    Imagine the consequences of something bad like a shooting takes place, then having to answer for the decision to not allow teachers to carry?
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