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10 Gun Myths Debunked

Brian59 Wrote: Mar 20, 2013 9:37 AM
So. This article was just a tease. You had no intention of giving all 10 Debunked Myths. I'm being sarcastic, but I was also really wanting to read the list. I get into debates all the time and I love seeing new ways of expressing what we all know already.
Chuck never said he was a great writer. Hell, he never said he was a great acter. He acts, he writes and we enjoy what he produces. As for you, Brent, clarity is far more valuable than prolixity.
Did any stop to think that the heads on that wall belonged to the heros of the series who died fighting the villans? They just elevated GW Bush to level of Ned Stark.
I watch "Thrones" every week and I've seen the episode in question several times. In fact, when the picture was shown yesterday, I knew exactly what it was. However, in all the times I've seen that scene, I've never thought it was 41 on the pike. Even when someone pointed it out here on TH, I still can't tell. Most media outlets are naturally liberal and it's up to mindfull consumers to keep them in check. But if they were trying to make a statement about W, they did a horrible job. More then likely, if that was GW Bush's likeness, it was a prop hand trying to be cute and it slipped by the editors in post-production. I say let this one go and let's focus on more blatant attacks on us and out values. Just sayin'.
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Reagan: Tear Down This Wall

Brian59 Wrote: Jun 12, 2012 5:47 PM
Now Robert, I'm sure that even if your statement is true, you must have forced yourself to ask, "Why". Why was the USSR 'crumbling from within'? Could it be that Communism forces man to deny his human nature, his need for God and the desire to better himself and those around him? Could it be the Communism can only be enacted when citizens are purged, put away and kept in check by violence and cruel coersion? Reagan realized how thin the veneer was of Russia's strength. It was crumbling and had been so since he was a young man. His life was dedicated to fighting Communism; and it worked.
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The Clinton Revenge Special

Brian59 Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 12:16 PM
I was raised in a Republican house. I am still very conservative in my politics and I lament the fact we may never see another president like Dutch. I was never a fervent fan of W., but I liked him and I believe he really wanted something good for America. But after watching what's been going on for the last four years, even I miss Bubba. For all his personal and political flaws, I'd take him over what we have now any day.
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National Anthem is an "Abomination"

Brian59 Wrote: Jun 06, 2012 11:48 AM
Who the 'bleep' is Bill Press?! Never heard of him. Thanks for the artical, tho. It's good to check your blindside once in a while.
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Twenty Things this Conservative Believes

Brian59 Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 1:06 PM
And Uncle Buck was Right! We don't remember actors like John Candy and Carrol O'Conner because they created liberal, utopia-minded characters. That what Sean Penn and Alec Baldwin do. We like Uncle Buck and Archie Bunker because they challenged the pretentiouse 'progressive' dogma of thier times. They may have been commical and blue-collar, but at their core, they were right.
Robert, for every argument you give to justify your support of abortion, I have only one argument to prove that it is wrong; every single abortion kills an innocent child. No matter what you say about conditions that created that child or the conditons that child will be born into, it is still innocent. If you still feel you can justify your position, I would be more than happy to discuss this further.
I also see an awesome opportunity for the local frat houses. Join the cause. If one man can get into the ladies' room, why can't all the guys? Demonstrations, signs, change their names for a week. As long as the girls know it's just tongue-in-cheek, and the guys keep it that way, it should clean up a lot of this nonsense.
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