Dicks is discriminating and the left loves it


#41

And of course the latest and greats social justice stand made by the NFL and the end results.


#42

Well then we should expect winnable law suits against Dick’s. Let’s see. :wink:


#43

#44

They’d best severe those ties then…


#45

Better cancel your Amazon account monte. And throw away your iPad and Apple watch.


#46

Why’s that. Better for them to sever their ties.


#47

Not everyone in this country is like you and the left. The right expresses their discontent in different ways like their treatment of the NFL and just say no.


#48

It would appear that the TIC doesn’t care about any of that detail, just confiscate guns from problem people and let the courts sort it out latter. :joy::joy::joy::joy:. Glad you heard it from his own lips.


#49

Schumer to GOP: Agree to Broader Gun Debate or We May Block Bipartisan Bill

It would appear your favorite progressives are going for another wedge issue for the 18 election.

They threw the dreamers(LOL) under the bus and now will throw you and you progressive buds under the bus refusing to compromise on fixing gun control issues.

The gun debate is still stalled in the Senate, just like the immigration debate stalled out a few weeks ago. But there’s one big difference that could help the gun debate avoid the same fate: This time, there’s a base bill that is pretty popular with both parties.

Amid the bipartisan spirit to address gaps in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) enters a spoiler: Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY).

Politico reported the engineer of this year’s government shutdown “signaled on Tuesday that his caucus may block the modest bipartisan proposal to improve — but not expand — background checks for gun purchases unless Republicans commit to voting on broader gun control measures.”

Progressives are such hypocrites as well as the MSM which seems to have forgotten to report the lefts party of NO stance.


#50

So again we can see that neither the democrats or the republicans can be trusted. Same old same old. Get behind the growing numbers of qualified independents running around the country and do something different for a change.

For starters.

Independent candidates running in United States Senate elections, 2018

https://ballotpedia.org/Independent_candidates_running_in_United_States_Senate_elections,_2018


#51

The gun debate is still stalled in the Senate, just like the immigration debate stalled out a few weeks ago. But there’s one big difference that could help the gun debate avoid the same fate: This time, there’s a base bill that is pretty popular with both parties.

Amid the bipartisan spirit to address gaps in the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) enters a spoiler: Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY).

Politico reported the engineer of this year’s government shutdown “signaled on Tuesday that his caucus may block the modest bipartisan proposal to improve — but not expand — background checks for gun purchases unless Republicans commit to voting on broader gun control measures.”


#52

Well, and perhaps decent legal representation that pointed out that assault weapons are an attractive nuisance.


#53

Crazy Chuck again is attempting to delay any meaningful legislation unless it meets his Leftist " Progressive" agenda.
These so-called “Progressives” along with their Leftist media allies will not stop until they Subvert the Constitution .


#54

It appears subverting the constitution has no political boundaries given Trump’s recent calls for drastic measures against our law and constitution regarding unlawful gun grabs. As to Schumer, his constituency needs to deep six him if he doesn’t cooperate and compromise!!!


#55

Don’t forget to use the word ‘STYLE’ in your description of the AR15… I’m not thinking that military units are outfitted with semiautomatic rifles… but then you knew that… inflammatory, emotion based arguments are a staple of the left.


#56

Actually, despite one president or congress or another has periodically challenged the constitution and there have been presidents frustrated by it when it prevented them from advancing their agendas, seen as an impediment at times, it has survived remarkably well. We must however remain ever vigilant. I watched survive Clinton’s, Bush’s and Obama’s attacks and survive. I only wish that we actually held presidents accountable when they do, and I don’t mean merely at the ballot box.


#57

Well, only if you believe that the words enumerated powers mean nothing while ‘implied powers’ seem to carry great sway with those who like the consolidation of power… of course now we are hearing more and more that we must make the constitution subordinate to ‘international law’… Sorry I don’t think it is doing so well… I mean, how in the world does anyone pull indefinite detention out of the fifth and sixth amendments?


#58

What part of Presidential duties don’t you understand?

The president doesn’t pass laws, only signs them after passed by congress and then is responsible for enforcement unless your Barack Obama.

Get over it, Trump like Obama and Bush can say whatever they like however actions may not be theirs to take.


#59

Well, Trump’s now threatening to whip out his pen and pull an Obama bypassing congress and “writing bump stocks out”!!! :wink:


#60

Being subservient to international law would be a loss of our SOVEREIGNTY which should never happen.
The Globalist One World Orderers need to be constantly opposed for what they are at all times. Soros isn’t the only one.
We need to immediately review and rescind UN Resolutions that aren’t in our best interest and infringe on our sovereignty.
The UN should be evicted forcefully if necessary from the U.S. and relocated to Moscow, Tehran or Beijing where it should be.