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Law to Broaden Montanans' Gun Rights


#1

Can't Believe Push hasn't posted this

some interesting legislation in Montana

That should get the Fed riled up.


#2

Well I'm packing up my game and I'm a head out west . . .


#3

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#5

This legislation is more about state's rights than about gun regulation and I would like to see it succeed. The government has grown to massive for us to keep supporting it.


#6

Freedom country.

Yup, I'm with you, Irish. It's our sacred duty to counterbalance the creeping liberalism in such places as Missoula, Montana and Moscow, Idaho.

Just gotta squirrel away a bit more coin and I'm on my way.


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#8

Damn slaves to the system...


#9

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090501/ap_on_go_co/us_bcs_championship_congress

Why the government thinks it needs to stick it's nose into everything is beyond me.


#10

And I'm suddenly reminded Montana is a state and not a city in some other mid-west state. Whoops. I need some geography lessons.

What's the weather like over in Montana? the picture looks nice...


#11

I see a lot development potential with that land.


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#13

Montana has a four-season climate:
--Almost Winter
--Winter
--Still Winter, and...

Construction


#14

does Snow Plow Repair Month fall into Construction Season?


#15

Sounds just like Ithaca!


#16

No.
Ithaca has pretension.


#17

True. Very, very true. Though I was talking about the weather :wink:


#18

In about 5 years, the wife and I intend to open our own primary care or urgent care medical clinic in that area (Montana, Wyoming or Idahoa)


#19

Yup, that's exactly the same climate Minnesota has.

We also have roughly the same number of hunters, snowmobiles, saloons and churches. About the same number of sheep, too, except most of ours walk about on two legs.

In fact, I'd go so far as to say that Minnesota is Montana, with lakes instead of mountains, and lutefisk instead of rocky mountain oysters.

And idiots instead of Senators.


#20

Hey now! Al Franken is good enough, smart enough, and doggone it, people like him!

mike