Gun rights support at highest point in 2 decades

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11 Dec 2014 10:14#1 by cypherpunk
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Support for gun rights is higher than it’s been in decades, according to the latest data from the Pew Research Center that signals a stunning turnaround in how Americans feel about the issue just two years after the Newtown school shooting.

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12 Dec 2014 21:31 - 12 Dec 2014 21:32#2 by rwbow1969
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Yep.
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12 Dec 2014 23:03#3 by cypherpunk
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rwbow1969 wrote:


Yep.


It troubles me that you have that photo available to you.

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13 Dec 2014 01:43#4 by Nikon
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