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Welp... can I get a refund

Discussion in 'The Dungeon' started by Handicapped Racer, Aug 3, 2018.

  1. Handicapped Racer

    Handicapped Racer Well-Known Member

  2. Mongo

    Mongo Administrator

    Meh, lawyers overstating for effect :D
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  3. TurboBlew

    TurboBlew Registers Abusers

    it suprises me that some fairly sharp folks fell for their multi-level donor plan(s) ...lol

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  4. thrak410

    thrak410 My member is well known

    It's pretty interesting if you read it, the state is causing banks and insurance companies to refuse their business because they fear repercussions.
  5. Mongo

    Mongo Administrator

    Yeah, sooner or later that I think that will come back and bite the state in the ass.
  6. tzrider

    tzrider CZrider

    Who's ass?...

    NRA or Bank & Insurance?...
  7. Mongo

    Mongo Administrator

    Um, the states ass? Pretty sure that's what I typed in :crackup:
  8. Britt

    Britt Well-Known Member

    I find it amusing that folks who are for the banks shunning specific business are one day going to be on the flip side of the coin and we will see how much they like it...it always comes back around...sometimes it just takes longer..right now they are savoring the salty flavor on their tongues that is Trump...:)
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  9. beac83

    beac83 "My safeword is bananna"

    Businesses pick and choose their customers all the time. It's not news, and it happens daily.
    There are a lot of reasons to do business with another firm or organization, and a lot of reasons not to. Each business/organization does the calculation for themselves and acts accordingly.

    I think it's called freedom.

    Outside pressure, real or imagined always figures into those calculations.
  10. beac83

    beac83 "My safeword is bananna"

    When I take NRA classes, they always push their membership benefits.

    I was struck by the insurance offer that NY state has determined is a violation of their laws.

    It seemed too good to be true. I guess it was.
  11. In Your Corner

    In Your Corner Dungeonesque Crab AI Version

    Using the power of the state to put pressure on political opponents is not freedom.
  12. sheepofblue

    sheepofblue Well-Known Member

    I would 100% in a case when it is not the government. But when the government coerces legal businesses be avoided that is an issue (if the NRA claim is valid). If your bank is run by anti-gun crazies then you just have a poor business plan which can sink or swim based upon your choices.
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  13. beac83

    beac83 "My safeword is bananna"

    My understanding of the position of the State of New York is that the Insurance offered can indemnify a person against consequences of performing an illegal act.

    If indeed that is the case, then there is validity to the pressure on the insurance companies to not offer such insurance.
  14. sheepofblue

    sheepofblue Well-Known Member

    Interesting of all people I would expect you to understand that stand for the rights of those you disagree with is more important than defending the rights of those you do agree with. Once the state can persecute the opposition we are all doomed. Venezuela here we come if the Democrat party does not either lose or shift back toward the center.
  15. beac83

    beac83 "My safeword is bananna"

    I'm not standing with anyone. I have no love for NY state, and greatly appreciate the NRA firearm safety classes I've taken. You seem to be reading things into my post that aren't there.
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  16. Steeltoe

    Steeltoe What's my move?

    Libs are hell bent on dismantling the NRA. Have been for decades. Fuck New York.
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  17. Orvis

    Orvis Well-Known Member

    Yeah, it does to me also. In fact, doesn't it seem like a case of reverse extortion, or threats, for anyone, including the state, to force their views onto insurance companies to get them to shun the NRA?

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