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Author: LordArthur Big funky green star, 20000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 58832  
Subject: Re: 47 Guns? Really? Date: 12/19/2012 1:01 PM
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"Also the insurance solution is a backdoor way of requiring every gun by law-abiding owners to register their guns." PSU


Not to mention it would cost a butt load of money and dissuade a lot of people from owning and buying guns. For me it's the money thing.

I'm tired of government thinking of new ways to control me and empty my wallet. It's like they spend their days dreaming up new ways of licensing and gouging money out of people. It's got to stop somewhere.

When we lived in a little county in East Tennessee it cost me $24/year to get my car license renewed each year. After we moved here there is an emissions test which costs $10.00 + $50.00 Wheel Tax + $24.00 so the cost to me has more than tripled from where we used to live.

By the way when you go to get the emission test you have to set in long lines with cars all around you waiting with their engines running spewing out noxious fumes. It probably causes more pollution than it saves.

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