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Monday, November 19, 2012

Arizona Gun Store owner message for Obama voters.

    This Store Owner has stones, lemme tell you.  That being said, a person that voted for Obama will not patronize a gun store anyway because they believe in the tooth fairy expect government to take care of them, change their diapers, burp them, provide for their every need.



An Arizona gun store has a simple message for Barack Obama voters: you’re not welcome here.
The Southwest Shooting Authority in Pinetop, Ariz. posted a sign on its door and took out a newspaper ad declaring that if you voted for the president last week, you’re not allowed in.
“If you voted for Obama, please turn around and leave! You have proven that you are not responsible enough to own a firearm!” the sign states.
Arizona Gun Store Owner Cope Reynolds Tells Obama Voters Turn Around and Leave
Image source: Facebook
Owner Cope Reynolds conceded that he can’t really tell who voted for Obama unless they “own up to it” — but if they do, they’re out.
“If they don’t say anything, we’ll never know,” Reynolds said in an email to the Phoenix New Times. “However, if they own up to it, we will not serve them.”
He said in an explanation on AmmoLand that he did it to “demonstrate once again that the bottom line for our business is principle, not money. Yes, it has been damaging at times but our values are intact.”
Arizona Gun Store Owner Cope Reynolds Tells Obama Voters Turn Around and Leave
Image source: Phoenix New Times
Reynolds told Fox News that as a small business owner, “If you are dumb enough to vote for Obama again – after four years of this — I don’t think you are responsible enough to own a firearm. I don’t care who it makes mad.”
He said he’s gotten support for his new policy from around the country — including one person who ordered hundreds of dollars worth of ammunition — but that there have also been lots of “vile, rude and hateful comments.”
“I hate it because my 17-year-old son answers the phone and they light into him,” Reynolds said. “They call us stupid rednecks and racist.”
Reynolds told Fox that no matter what happens, the sign is staying up.
“If we lose the whole business it doesn’t matter,” he said. “The bottom line is — my values.

2 comments:

  1. Four years ago, right after the last election, a local gun shop where I used to do business had a customer come in while I was there. He stated that he wanted to buy an AR-15 quick, before Obama took office and banned them.
    This guy was one of the local Democrat party organizers and he'd campaigned for Obama since Obama won the Dem primary back in August. His truck was covered with "Vote Democrat" and "Obama/Biden" stickers. And here he now was, in the gun shop, wanting a rifle before his hero could ban them.
    The rest of us started saying that he shouldn't be allowed to buy one since he'd worked so hard to elect the guy that was banning them, but the shop owner's son--a punk of the first order on a good day--sold him an AR-15 after telling the rest of us that his money was as good as ours.

    I don't shop there any more.

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  2. Day by day, rules for Guns owner are becoming more strict.

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