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"Disobeying laws by the gamut of men from evil to angel opens the door to anarchy." Uh-huh. And as we all know oligarchy is MUCH better! [eyecross]
When Coo-Moe says "dangerous and frightening", one must ask "For WHOM?" If by that he means dangerous and frightening to the government elitists who impose their draconian and Kafkaesque dictats on their constituents, then one could see his point. It certainly is not dangerous and frightening to the law-abiding citizens who benefit from such resistance.
"The Washington Post Trolls for Anti-Gun Stories on Sandy Hook Anniversary:" The while ignoring or deep-sixing the exponentially larger sea of successful defensive-gun-use stories.
And, this surprises anyone, WHY? Historically, Democrat MO is to crush and silence opposition. It's evident in the Congress, it's evident in the Executive, it's evident in the educational system, it's evident EVERYWHERE. The only proper response, which the Republican leadership ignores, is to refuse to shut up and to keep it in front of the people in perpetuity. That's what the Democrats do, with misinformation. The Republicans must learn that this tactic is the ONLY thing that will work - fight fire with fire.
"Let them starve." Not just let them starve, let's give them a ticket on the express elevator to Allah. Let's GET IT OVER WITH. Then let the bitching ensue, to which we should respond, "Yeah? So WHAT?"
¡RACISTA! ¡Racista, maing!
No, they should be shot in flagrante, by their 'victim'.
There are three key precedents that prohibit the government from banning semiautomatic firearms. U.S. v. Miller - Protected arms are those "in common use" that "bear some reasonable relationship to the preservation . . . of a well-regulated militia". D.C. v. Heller - "The Second Amendment protects an individual right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that arm for traditionally lawful purposes[.] McDonald v. City of Chicago - "We therefore hold that the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment incorporates the Second Amendment right recognized in Heller.” These are not mere inconveniences for the Democrats’ argument, they are fatal to it.
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Do Gun Control Laws Control Guns?

bhirsh Wrote: Jan 22, 2013 8:05 PM
You know that when Madison wrote that Amendment, it only prohibited the federal government from infringint the right. Since, we have the 14th Amendment and the McDonald holding. You really need to update your database.
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Unholy Trio: Gun Control, the UN and Obama

bhirsh Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 5:32 PM
However emotinally appealing, that statement is foolish. I mean, REALLY....
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