JHO mirror of the CNN poll of the day.

Should people on the U.S. terrorist watch list be allowed to buy guns?

  • Yes

    Votes: 21 70.0%
  • No

    Votes: 9 30.0%

  • Total voters
    30

inchr48

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I guess I like the "Innocent until proven guilty" concept. Many good Americans have had their names put on some government list in the past.
 

airgun hunter

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Considering the fact not 2 or 3 months ago this adminstration filed a report claiming returning war veterans as a threat to national security. I am not all that sure that this adminstration knows what a terrorist is.
 

MULEY51

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Considering the fact not 2 or 3 months ago this adminstration filed a report claiming returning war veterans as a threat to national security. I am not all that sure that this adminstration knows what a terrorist is.
That's an excellent argument FOR allowing gun purchases! It's a complicated situation, but as it stands now, I voted yes.
 

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Since I have a copy of the constitution that I bought on the internet in my car and in my office I am probably on that list. I hope I can still buy a gun.
 

trapperbr549

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It is amazing to me that nearly 1/3'rd of our members believe that being on a government list should prevent you from buying a gun, especially if you read the article. Anyone who voted that way care to explain their reasoning? Just wondering if I missed something.
 

FoCoHugh

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The only agency I trust to disallow gun ownership is ME!

That disqualifies the Gumment for sure!

NO!
 

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