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Who here is in support of the Hearing Protection Act (H.R. 367)? submitted by illDecree to AskVoat

AynRandPaulRyan 0 points 31 points (+31|-0) ago

I'd rather see a full repeal of the NFA, but I'll take what we can get for now.

Account Deleted By User submitted by Schmorganumb to news

AynRandPaulRyan 0 points 16 points (+16|-0) ago

It sounds like there's a hole in the market for a "free speech" domain registrar. Some smart entrepreneur should jump on that.

why do uneducated whites like trump so much? submitted by hecho to AskVoat

AynRandPaulRyan 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago

Because having a college degree doesn't equate to understanding how the real world works. Trump also won among white college graduates, as well as male college graduates.

Hillary supporters all have one thing in common, they were willfully ignorant of her blatant corruption. They either didn't read the information available on Wikileaks, didn't believe it to be true, or outright dismissed it.

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2 of the 3 Companies that make Voting Machines Donated to the Clinton Foundation submitted by emcee8 to politics

AynRandPaulRyan 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

Like I said, we would need the will to do something about it and that seems to be lacking. For a start, states could easily refuse to use electronic voting machines unless they were open source and publicly verifiable.

We the people can easily not use them if we chose not to. Absentee ballots are still done on paper and anyone can vote that way. That's what I do just because I don't want to deal with the hordes at my local polling place.

With paper ballots there are multiple people physically counting and verifying them. We should be getting the word out about that option, as well as urging state officials to abandon the electronic machines because we don't trust them.

Democracy starts front the bottom up, it isn't granted from the top down. It's there for the taking should we chose to stand up.

The proponents of gun control have failed so miserably that people will now buy guns for the hell of it just to exercise their freedom. submitted by cmor88 to guns

AynRandPaulRyan 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Buy a .357 Magnum, but start out shooting .38 Special in it (it can shoot either round). It will be very light recoiling in the heavier gun and ammo is much cheaper than any .32 so you can practice more. Once you get comfortable with it you can move up to full power .357 loads if you want to.

2 of the 3 Companies that make Voting Machines Donated to the Clinton Foundation submitted by emcee8 to politics

AynRandPaulRyan 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

It is obvious that the corruption runs deep enough at the federal level that she could eat a baby on live TV and Obama's FBI will just look the other way.

Fortunately, elections are still largely controlled at the state level, aside from that whole electoral college bit. I imagine most states have some sort of laws in place to prevent election fraud, and it only takes one of them to bring charges against her.

Whether or not they would hand her over to be prosecuted is another story entirely, but it could get real ugly if they didn't.