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Old 10-18-2018, 09:58 PM
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Enforce the laws that are already in place...instead of making up new ones...
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Old 10-18-2018, 11:12 PM
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Enforce the laws that are already in place...instead of making up new ones...
Double speak>bait and switch>giving with one hand while taking with the other>Order out of chaos.

They are trying to provoke us into begging for stricter laws that they can then use to further control everyone,it's easier for them to make us ask for our chains than it is for them to force us in to them.

This is all a provocation, AN ATTACK ON OUR VERY WAY OF LIFE.

You can't have communism without hardcore fascism, how do you make sure that everyone is the same without first getting rid of everyone who is different?

We have all the laws and then some for a civilized society.
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Old 10-18-2018, 11:28 PM
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Have you any idea how many municipalities there are on the prairies. Could take a lot of checking laws. If you are traveling to a range it may take a lot of travel to get by the gun free ones. Itís bad enough now without having to worry about dozens of laws in each RM.
And as I said a blanket transportation regulation on provincial highways would take care of it. Id far rather look up another municipalities gun regulations, then be told I can't have guns period because of the idiots down east.

As an example of what Im talking about. Say you live in Edmonton but hunt in Edson. Edmonton requires you to have an ATC in place to transport any guns, so you get that to leave your home and get to highway 16. Once on highway 16 your under the provincial authority, and can transport the firearm anywhere in the province on provincial highways without any permits. You then get to Edson where you know all the local municipality regulations. In Edson because they have more of a rural community they allow open carry and no ATC for any gun. Which means you can now go bow hunting while carrying your handgun for protection. I really don't see it as a bad thing. Different municipalities require different gun regulations.
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Old 10-19-2018, 02:29 PM
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What if we invited the NRA to become involved in the survey?

Certainly would send a message to those driving this initiative that leaving the survey open to the world can cut both ways...

Going to try & contact them to see what they might say...

Letcha know as it goes...

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Old 10-19-2018, 10:13 PM
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You can do that survey as many times as you want, from any country you want.
Just the Libs way of letting anyone play in this charade.
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Old 10-20-2018, 07:02 AM
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Blair's "Online engagement survey" is bogus. How could anyone take a survey seriously if the responders don't have to identify themselves and can complete it as many times as they want? The liberals will boast how they "consulted with
millions of Canadians, and this is what they told us to do". Their minds are already made up. Has any liberal government ever listened to what the people of Canada actually want? Pfft...
You can have some fun with it, though...
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Old 10-20-2018, 02:48 PM
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In order to allow for more detailed analyses of Canadians' responses, we are interested in your background. Answering the following questions is optional.
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How is this even a question? What fun times we live in
Edit, I get the question, but the choices?
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Old 10-20-2018, 05:47 PM
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What if we invited the NRA to become involved in the survey?

Certainly would send a message to those driving this initiative that leaving the survey open to the world can cut both ways...

Going to try & contact them to see what they might say...

Letcha know as it goes...

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Got a connection? I am sure some Americans would love to help us in this situation
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Old 10-20-2018, 05:55 PM
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I am stunned they are actually asking citizens whether they should focus on legal or illicit forearms ! Do they really need us to tell them ?
Stunned!!!! The same question i asked them in comment section of the survey.
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Old 10-20-2018, 07:15 PM
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I just filled out this rather brain dead crafted survey. I spent a bit of time in the comment sections spouting off at them to leave the common man the hell alone & focus the energy
on those that cannot behave themselves in our revolving door courts..like come on, only when the criminals fear the law will this society function as it should...i'm talking "Hard labour" and not these free 'get out of jail/ Go-Fund me' account slaps on the wrist.
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Old 10-22-2018, 02:26 PM
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Blairís office dodged questions.

Now I did reach out to Minister Bill Blairís office for comment on these problems with their survey on October 16. I heard nothing back that day before filing despite two calls and two emails.

Then at 4:30 on Friday afternoon, days after my column was published, I got a response.

Not from the ministerís spokesperson, who has never acknowledged my questions, but from a bureaucrat in the department. Despite these being from the bureaucratic side the lines were clearly political.

They had been put through the process.

Tim, the nice man I had spoken with at the department while trying to track down Blairís overpaid political flack, told me this online engagement tool was just one method of consulting Canadians.

As for why you can fill it out as often as you want from anywhere in the world, he offered this answer.

It is designed to be an open, anonymous and barrier-free tool that will provide meaningful feedback to the Government of Canada, including from Canadians living and working abroad.

Or Russian or Chinese bots.

Or American gun control advocates working with their Canadian colleagues.

There are so many problems with this survey.

The email went on to ensure me that the technology involved was robust.

It is important to note that there are measures built into the online tool and our server infrastructure that help deter cyber-attacks and ensure that responses have been submitted by a human, instead of computer scripts, commonly used by hackers.

Well colour me skeptical but I didnít see any of the tools Iím used to seeing to stop bots.


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