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USA Today Poll: Public Support Fades for Gun Control

Support for stricter gun control laws has fallen from 55% in early April to 49% now, according to a poll conducted by Princeton Survey Research for USA Today.

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Don't worry Harry Reid or Obama won't let it die!

Before they steal our pension funds, our bank accounts, implode the economy, and take our civil liberties, we must be unarmed.

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I've seen the discussion level of it go down tremendously, which is in itself encouraging! Remember! To change policy, you must make it the center point of discussion. We were there, but it's faded pretty quickly. Good work!

Now that IS encouraging!

The only two liberals I am friends with on Facebook (or who at least talk about politics at all) were for background checks for insanity. It's really encouraging to hear that with the rising level of violence in these attacks, people are realizing that they need guns for protection, at the very least. And with anything and everything under the sun being a potential insanity, and with Congress clearly proving themselves time and again to be untrustworthy, people aren't trusting the government so much, even when they become more dependent on it.

Here's hoping this trend continues.

"Moderation in temper is always a virtue; but moderation in principle is always a vice." -- Thomas Paine

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I Still Don't Believe Their Was Ever Much Support

for control. It seemed like the media and politicians were pushing it HARD but no one I talked too was "Gun-ho" for more restrictions. 99.9% of posts on FaceBook were anti-gun control (majority of my friends are liberal). I think this "call for restrictions" was an illusion brought on by MSM and politicians and they bailed on it when they realized their propaganda didn't work.


But... Obama said 95% of Americans want universal background checks! lulz