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Posted: 5/6/2002 10:02:14 PM EDT
...what does he think about YOU having them? Even though he is a "sportsman," I can see him making this same argument back home in 2 yrs. [url]http://www.jpost.com/NASApp/cs/ContentServer?pagename=JPost/A/JPArticle/Full&cid=1020337092750[/url] "Saxton, a member of the Armed Services Committee, peered through one of the sniper scopes and recognized that part of it was made in his home state of New Jersey. Jack Kingston (R-GA) was keenly interested in the sniper rifles and shotguns. “I am a sportsman. There are weapons here that I would use to shoot dove or quail. Some you might go deer hunting with, but 90 percent of these guns, which are in violation of the Oslo Accords, are used for the destruction of human beings,” Kingston said. “This is a weapon of war. This is not a weapon of sportsmanship,” he said grasping a Stirling submachine gun. “There are thousands and thousands of others like it sitting on these premises and there may be even tenfold more that are not confiscated. Our message to the people of Israel is we stand behind you and behind your action. You need to defend yourselves and do what it takes.”
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