Destruction of a civilized nation - there's an app for that.
Because having more guns in more places is the most pressing issue facing this state
Campfield, Ramsey offer compromises on gun law proposals
Haslam says gun laws should be left alone
NASHVILLE - Gov. Bill Haslam said he does not believe Tennessee’s gun laws should be changed in the wake of last week’s shooting in Newtown, Conn., even as he acknowledged the Republican Super-Majority in Tennessee's legislature, controlled as it is by crazed wingnut, gunnut, Tea-Party-enabled extremists, is implacable.
"Resistance is futile," he said. "We will be assimilated. Remember, they hold all the guns."
Last edited by SnM; 12-17-2012 at 01:57 PM.
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