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Hope and Change Comes to Delaware Valley

Even the local stations are picking up on the Great Obama Gun Rush.  Not only that, but you have all these sources in the media still talking about the issue even months later.  But will it continue?  Check out this bit from VSSA:

Maybe because while other industries are sliding down a slippery slope of lower demand, the output of U.S. small arms manufacturing is forecast to grow at an annual compounded rate of 2 percent between 2008 and 2013, as seen on the following chart …

It’s change you can believe in.

2 Responses to “Hope and Change Comes to Delaware Valley”

  1. Kim du Toit says:

    I liked this one

  2. Chuck B. says:

    Weren’t a whole lot of the gun-hater people trying to claim sometime last Fall that the increase in gun and ammo sales was some sort of “propaganda” from us in the “gun lobby” or whatever?

    I wonder what any of them would be saying now. Whatever it might be, I’m sure that it would just make me feel like laughing in their faces.

    I couldn’t help but laugh to myself when I read this one news article that I saw after Obama’s election, but before his inauguration, where Obama said something to the effect of, “Uh, guys, uh, please don’t go out now and stock up on guns and ammo just on account of me, uh, okay?”

    Note: The surest way to tell when Obama is speaking without a teleprompter in front of him is when we hear him saying a lot of “uh”‘s and “you know”‘s. I guess that’s just what should be expected from this “brilliant” Harvard Magna Cum Laude graduates, right?

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