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Knowing what I don't know.

My biggest fear in life has always been knowing what I don't know. No matter how bad a situation has ever been, knowing about it gave me the ability to solve it. So, this leads to a question that concerns me: What do they know that they can't tell us and what exactly is their motive?

Those of us who have raised children know that the best way to get them to do something is to tell them NOT to do it. If the plan was to come after peoples guns, why in the world would you want to raise anger and cause people to buy more guns out of fear?

This has just been a thought because I want to believe good still exists in this world, although I'm not convinced. But what if the 2nd amendment sabre rattling is a veiled message emploring citizens to gun up? What might the president know that he can't just come right out and tell us for various reasons?

It's hard not to want to try to read between the lines on this one.

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Sounds like wishful thinking..

Here is an other brain twister for you. :)

What if all those "new gun" sales are from people who didn't have any in the first place and they got them to help their buddies who work in the public sector?

Speculation can lead you anywhere you want to go.


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