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Another poor kid gets shot in a gun free zone by some other kid in Washington.  Not quite two years since the last.  And Obama and the Dems, fresh off an election win, came out of the gate like the banshees from hell on the biggest gun control crusade since Bill n Hill.  The results were a disaster for the Dems, that 2A attack is still reveberating.



Two weeks to election, and the Dems are showing signs of losing ground.  Which way will they go?  Anti to fire up the base, or stay quiet?


I say they go dead ass silent.  Michelle Nunn in Georgia?  One yak from her about gun control and Georgia is toast.  Kasich in Ohio could come back on it.



Mary Landrieau, Udall?


Interesting.


What will they do?


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That shows you the inherent evil of democrats. They KNOW that crap doesn't play well in America so they shut up and go silent; only to lie to the mouth-breathers who yank the big "D" lever to keep getting their bennies, free obama phones and gimmiedat "stuff".

 

They are truly despicable, evil, hypocritical bastards.

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The shooter is Native American. Lefties won't say boo. The state probably has no authority over gun laws if he lives on a reservation, although apply when he leaves.

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They have a casino. I bet they sell tax free smokes and fireworks too

 

Got their own police force too.

Reservations are their own little sovereign land inside the US.

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Just a quick read this morning, they will give this one a good leaving alone.  Indian tries to kill a white girl because she wouldnt date him.  Kills his own cousins in the midst.


School name is (get the kids out of the room before you read this) the Tomahawks.  OHH MYYY GOOOODDDDD!


What I believe will be the lesson learned here is that liberals arent primarily concerned with kids that kill other kids.  the Primary concern is the political advantage wrt gun control.  I dont think they have the leverage here


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Too Soon? Nick Hanauer Posts Sarcastically, 'We Need More School Shootings!!!’

 

By Isolde Raftery

 

Within hours of the school shooting in Marysville that left two students dead – including the shooter – Seattle venture capitalist Nick Hanauer posted a link to a story about the shooting with this caption: “We need more school shootings!!! Vote yes on Initiative 591.”

 

Nick Hanauer posted this link to a Seattle Times story about the Marysville high school shooting within hours of the incident. Hanauer, whose post was sarcastic, supports a separate initiative that would expand background checks.

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It was a sarcastic reference to the gun control measure on the ballot that would stop expanded background checks. Hanauer opposes this measure. He is a top funder for a separate measure that would require background checks for all gun sales and transfers in Washington state, including those from unlicensed sellers.

 

Some people from the campaign asked Hanauer in the comments below the post to take it down. The post was still up at 3:30 p.m. on Friday, two hours after he posted it.

 

Wrote one person: “Perhaps sarcasm isn't the best communications strategy right now, Nick?”

 

And another: “Battle between the heart and the mind. Perhaps the heart should consider removing this at this time.”

 

Hanauer is a venture capitalist from a Democratic family. He is one of the top funders for the Alliance for Gun Responsibility, which supports I-594.

 

Meantime, Pedro Celis, the Republican candidate running for the first Congressional District sent out a statement calling the shooting a “horrendous tragedy.”

 

But, Celis added, “Let us not move to politicize this tragedy with knee-jerk reactions. Let us focus on healing – physically for the victims, mentally for those in the school, emotionally for all those involved, and spiritually for this nation.”

 

His opponent, incumbent Suzan DelBene didn't tread into political waters: "No one should have to go through the horrific violence that occurred today, especially our children. As the Marysville-Pilchuck High School community comes together during this very difficult and terrible time, our region grieves with them and stands united in our support to help in any way."

 

Next week, families of the children killed at Sandy Hook elementary in Connecticut will travel to Washington to campaign to support I-594.

 

 

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