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joeytiger
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re: Barak - "I believe in people's lawful right to bear arms"


"they truly want an America with an emperor for life."

I heard this morning (Walton & Johnson) that one of our Democrat senators or reps was going to introduce legislation to increase the amount of terms for president. Could be BS, too lazy to google it. If so, pretty scary even though it would never pass.






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LSUBrad5277
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However, one chose to bear arms in the theater of war, and chose to put himself in harm's way WITH an opportunity to defend himself


Tell that to the thousands during the draft in the vietnam war. fricking idiots dont know their arse from their head.






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EthanL
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You mean like WWI? That was a pretty major war and I don't think we'd be much different - except we probably wouldn't have had to fight in WWII. Or WWII? If we had failed at Normandy, western Europe would've been socialist - oh, wait a minute... If we had pulled out of the Pacific theatre, say losing Guadalcanal and losing the Enterprise and Hornet as well as the Yorktown at Midway, we'd probably be driving around in Japanese cars while our own manufacturing industries turned into a rust belt - oh, wait a minute... Korea? It depends on when we quit. Right at the start? There would be a Korea united under the dictatorship of the proletariat. Any other time and we'd probably see a Korea split at the 38th parallel - oh, wait... Vietnam? What if we had pulled out of Vietnam... I bet we'd have lost all of our rights as protected by the Constitution - oh, wait a minute... What if our soldiers had laid down their weapons in Iraq and refused to fight? What do YOU think would've happened to our rights?


Don't bring sound arguments and clear logic to this board. Are u mad?






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TheJacer
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Don't bring sound arguments and clear logic to this board. Are u mad?


You're kidding right? Okay, I don't know a lot about Korea and Vietnam but WWII is just silly pretend lol. We had German U-Boats attacking freight liners off the coast of the U.S., reports of a U-Boat in the mouth of the Mississippi ( LINK), and we were out and out attacked by the Japanese. We were going to fight in WWII regardless, if we had quit or pretended it wasn't happening we wouldn't be talking about Obama turning this country socialist for sure.

I wouldn't call those sound arguments, but mere conjecture. You of course don't have very high standards for "sound argument" I've noticed.






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hypnos
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You mean like WWI? That was a pretty major war and I don't think we'd be much different - except we probably wouldn't have had to fight in WWII. Or WWII? If we had failed at Normandy, western Europe would've been socialist - oh, wait a minute... If we had pulled out of the Pacific theatre, say losing Guadalcanal and losing the Enterprise and Hornet as well as the Yorktown at Midway, we'd probably be driving around in Japanese cars while our own manufacturing industries turned into a rust belt - oh, wait a minute... Korea? It depends on when we quit. Right at the start? There would be a Korea united under the dictatorship of the proletariat. Any other time and we'd probably see a Korea split at the 38th parallel - oh, wait... Vietnam? What if we had pulled out of Vietnam... I bet we'd have lost all of our rights as protected by the Constitution - oh, wait a minute... What if our soldiers had laid down their weapons in Iraq and refused to fight? What do YOU think would've happened to our rights?


Don't bring sound arguments and clear logic to this board. Are u mad?


Nothing about his arguement is sane, logical or factual. The fact that you think so reflects an intellect that is bankrupt beyond salvation. The gift of free will is wasted upon you. You are the slave beaten for burying his masters coin. It is blind morons like you that give the rest of the faithful a bad name.






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MiloTealeaf
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I heard this morning (Walton & Johnson) that one of our Democrat senators or reps was going to introduce legislation to increase the amount of terms for president. Could be BS, too lazy to google it. If so, pretty scary even though it would never pass.


Democrat is bringing this up (it won't make it out of any committee to get to the actual voting process). This same guy has done it every 2 years since Clinton; including the Bush years.

After FDR, Congress put a limit on the number of terms a US President can serve; can we get the same limits for those in Congress please.






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olgoi khorkhoi
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No constitution had to explain to me that it is wrong to steal, cheat, or murder. And even when the CIA or government agency thinks they have a right, or are sanctioned to do it, it is still wrong.


God commanded people to murder.

Look, goofball, principles are subjective. We are not going to be under the rule of "principles" which will change with every Tom, Dictator, and Harry that comes along.

I want shite in writing.






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EthanL
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God commanded people to murder.


You don't know what the definition of murder is, do you?






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