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Some politicians should not be in office.

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Some politicians should not be allowed to open their mouth until it has been cleared by the local authorities.
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Misinformed South Euclid Council President David Miller sponsors resolution opposing guns in bars...two years late | Buckeye Firearms Association
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The Cleveland Plain Dealer's Cleveland.com is reporting that South Euclid, Ohio Council President David Miller has sponsored a council resolution opposing a portion of House Bill 203 involving proposed modifications to Ohio's self-defense law, as well as another modification to Ohio law that he believes is currently being proposed, but in fact became law nearly two years ago.
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The article, written by "Jeff Piorkowski, Northeast Ohio Media Group," is a journalistic disaster, and I'm honestly not sure whether to comment more on the problems with the poor reporting, or the misinformed council president and police chief. The article is so full of mistakes that it's hard to figure out what happened here - did the misinformed council president and police chief trigger a misinformed journalist? Or vice versa?
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You just have to read this in its entirety to understand how misinformed our politicians are and how easily the media can be lead astray without ever checking source material for clarification, just quoting politicians as the gospel. :banghead:
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South Euclid Council President David Miller sponsors resolution opposing proposed 'stand your ground' law | cleveland.com
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SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio -- Council President David Miller has sponsored a council resolution opposing a portion of House Bill 203, which would expand Ohio's so-called "stand your ground" law.
Miller's resolution, which is on the Sept. 9 council agenda, states in part: "'Stand Your Ground laws may permit the use of deadly force rather than encouraging citizens to retreat from potentially confrontational situations."
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Ohioans now have no duty to retreat before defending themselves with deadly force in their own homes or vehicles. The proposed legislation is approved, Ohioans would have no duty to retreat anywhere.
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Pro-gun organizations such as Buckeye Firearms Association endorse the bill. Others, such as the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus, denounce the GOP-led initiative.
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When will the media realize the public is not entirely out of touch with what is happening and that there are organization that will call them on their screw ups. Keep up the good work BFA