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Post  dmw56 on Mon Feb 23, 2009 4:11 pm

And again what speicies has over populated this planet to the point to of ruin. What species has exploited every natural resource available? What species is the only species that is known to pollute their own environment? What species kills for pleasure! Humans again. We're expendable! Teach your kids to look a out for predators like we have for the past million or so years. More kids kill each other a day than wolves have killed in the last 100 years. Give the wolves a break, quite breeding!

Here's a few statistics:

Forest Service reported figures on the wildlife hazards afield. Topping the list of animal-caused human deaths were deer, racking up 131 for the year. Except in movies, sharks took only one human, bees 43, and rattlesnakes ten. Better watch out for Bambi he's the real threat!

- You are more likely to be killed by a coconut falling on your head than by a shark (therefore we absolutely oppose the introduction of coconut trees to Montana!)
- From 1989-94 there were 109 fatal dog attacks in the U.S.
- Children crushed to death by televisions since 1990: 2
- An average of 100 people per year choke to death on ballpoint pens.


In the next year:
- You have a 1 in 2 million chance of dying from falling out of bed.
- You have a 1 in 2 million chance of being killed by an animal.

Lifetime risks:

1 in 3 chance that you'll die of heart disease.
1 in 5 chance that you'll die of cancer.
1 in 45 chance that you'll die in an auto accident.
1 in 72 chance that you'll deliberately kill yourself.
1 in 700,000 chance that you'll be killed by a dog.


So if society deems wolves expendable due to the threat they pose to human safety, it only stands to reason that ballpoint pens, televisions, cars, and dogs should be eliminated also.

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Post  boatracer on Tue Feb 24, 2009 7:59 pm

you sound like a greeny. maybe they just need to shot you. Way to many of you guys out here now too.

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Post  dwc43 on Tue Feb 24, 2009 9:27 pm

Hey! No Threats !! IT aint needed to get your point across whether you agree or not. An you don't have to be a greeny to like animals.

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Post  Ghostcruiser on Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:46 pm

Who supported the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act legislation


Contrary to claims by many gun enthusiasts, the Violent Crime
Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994 enactment was the result of a
widescale bipartisan effort in Congress.
H.R. 3355 passed with almost
unanimous support from both sides of the aisle. The bill in the House
of Representatives was put up for a voice vote and approval was such
that no individual votes were tallied, but majority support was
obvious. In the Senate, only four senators voted against the Violent
Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, two democrats and two
republicans.

Actual Senate voting results


Number of Democrats voting for the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act: 50/53 (94.3%)

Number of Republicans voting for the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act: 45/47 (95.7%)

Republicans supporting the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act:
Richard Shelby (AL), Frank Murkowski, Ted Stevens (AK), John McCain
(AZ), Christopher Bond (MO), Conrad Burns (MT), Judd Gregg, Bob Smith
(NH), Pete Domenici (NM), Alfonse D'Amato (NY), Duncan Faircloth, Jesse
Helms (NC), Don Nickles (OK), Robert Packwood (OR), Arlen Specter (PA),
John Chafee (RI), J. Thurmond (SC), Larry Pressler (SD), Kay Hutchison
(TX), George Brown, Ben Campbell (CO), William Roth (DE), Connie MAck (FL), Paul Coverdell
(GA), Larry Craig, Dirk Kempthorne (ID), Daniel Coats, Richard Lugar
(IN), Charles Grassley (IA), Bob Dole, Nancy Kassebaum (KS), Mitch
McConnell (KY), William Cohen (ME), Thad Cochran, Trent Lott (MS),
Robert Bennett, Orrin Hatch (UT), James Jeffords (VT), John Warner
(VA), T. Gorton (WA), Alan Simpson, Malcolm Wallop (WY)

Democrats supporting the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act:
Howell Heflin (AL) Dennis DeConcini (AZ), Dale Bumpers, David Pryor
(AR) Barara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein (CA), Max Baucus (MT), J. Exon, J.
Kerrey (NE), Richard Bryan, Harry Reid (NV), William Bradley, Frank
Lautenberg (NJ), Jef Bingaman (NM), Daniel Moynihan (NY), John Glenn,
Howard Metzenbaum (OH), David Boren (OK), Harris Wofford (PA),
Claiborne Pell (RI), Ernest Hollings (SC), Tom Daschle (SD), Harlan
Matthews, James Sasser (TN), Chris Dodd, Joe Lieberman (CT), Joe Biden
(DE), Bob Graham (FL), Sam Nunn (GA), Daniel Akaka, Daniel Inouye (HI),
Carol Braun (IL), Thomas Harkin (IA), Wendell Ford (KY), John Breaux,
John Johnston (LA), George Mitchell (ME), Barbara Mikulski, Paul
Sarbanes (MD), Edward Kennedy, John Kerry (MA), Carl Levin, Don Riegle
(MI), Paul Wellstone (MN), Pat Leahy (VT), Charles Robb (VA), Patty
Murray (WA), Robert Byrd, John Rockefeller (WV), Herbert Kohl (WI)

Republicans voting against: David Durenberger (MN),Mark Hatfield (OR)

Democrats voting against: Paul Simon (IL), Russell Feingold (WI)

Not voting: Byron Dorgan - Democrat (ND)

Source: Senate Vote On Passage: H.R. 3355 [103rd]: Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994



Assault Weapons Ban 2008 bill


H.R. 6257
was introduced by Mark Kirk [R IL-10] on June 12, 2008 and seeks to
re-instate the Assault Weapons Ban for a period of ten years, as well
as to expand the list of banned weapons. The bill was also referred to
the House Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security on
7/28/08. It has four co-sponsors (as of November 5, 2008) supporting it:

  • Rep Castle, Michael N. - [R DE-1] - 6/12/2008
  • Rep Ferguson, Mike - [R NJ-7] - 6/12/2008
  • Rep Ros-Lehtinen, Ileana - [R FL-18] - 6/18/2008
  • Rep Shays, Christopher - [R CT-4] - 6/12/2008

Check out all those "R"'s for Republicans who supported reinstating the Assault Weapons Ban.... Wink ...looks like your Party is betraying you, fellas... Very Happy
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Post  dmw56 on Wed Feb 25, 2009 4:48 pm

boatracer wrote:you sound like a greeny. maybe they just need to shot you. Way to many of you guys out here now too.

This is what you get when a person knows they've lost the debate and don't have a logical intelligent rebuttal!

Yes, I am an Enviromental Scientist/Biologist!! I am also a hunter, sportsman, fisherman, and yes, I do eat meat. If God didn't want us too eat them why'd he make animals taste so good!


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Post  dmw56 on Wed Feb 25, 2009 4:54 pm

Ghostcruiser wrote:Who supported the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act legislation


Check out all those "R"'s for Republicans who supported reinstating the Assault Weapons Ban.... Wink ...looks like your Party is betraying you, fellas... Very Happy
Rob

I need to go buy a few more guns and ammo!!

Did any one listen to Obama last night. Sounds like they going to go fire up the printing press and make us some more useless money!

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Post  Ghostcruiser on Wed Feb 25, 2009 6:19 pm

dmw56 wrote:Sounds like they going to go fire up the printing press and make us some more useless money!

I'm gonna use mine to buy more car parts AND guns! Very Happy What a Face
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