Discussion in 'On Topic' started by spankaveli, Mar 11, 2007.
Quite a nice read.
Hmm, interesting. I would want to deal with all that legal bullshit if I was in charge of ebay either.
As a whole businesses will usually support republican candidates as their policies are more favorable to businesses. Their platform is coincidentally usually reasonably pro-gun. It doesn't mean they're wanting pro-gun politicians, just pro-business. I would suspect its pure business of which makes the most economic sense. Just keep in mind that if companies capitulate to threats of lawsuits via settlements or just give up on an area you might wind up with no one to buy from. Letting them know that your continued patronage of all their services depends on their standing up for your rights might not be a terrible idea.
Would you still shop at walmart if ammo was a big seller and made economic sense for them to sell but they pulled it because it was a legal hassle or would you buy your toilet paper, groceries, and ammo somewhere else?
I'd still buy from walmart if they stopped selling ammo. There's an Academy sports across the street from the range i go to.
Theyre still anti-nazi collectibles
Although that mmight actually be a good thing
Ebay has ruined the market for so many things
If they stopped selling ammo/guns based on principle instead of sound business logic then I'd stop shopping there, based on principle.
Ive got a ton of ww2 german shit there. Just cnat post pics of the swasticas.
Theyll still take an auction down if someone complains and its plain to see they put tape over it or something