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That is why you post anonymously. That info is the APS attempt to slander Vernon Parker.
Nothing will change for the better as long as Republicans cower in fear of the name calling and lies imposed by Democrat strategy. I can see the slanders starting now as we approach election cycles. My mailbox is full of daily slanders of the candidates, from attacks on utility commission candidates to lies and calumnies about candidates for Governor, all financed from out of state in such a way that they cannot be tied to the Democrat candidates. We need restrictions on individual contributors removed and PACs outlawed.
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Martial Law and a Would Be King

Hantayo Wrote: Jul 26, 2014 11:31 AM
Obama has already done his best to separate white and black Americans. We should be working to bring ourselves back together by hammering home this effort to divide us. Talking about stringing up blacks is not helpful. You would think a man who served in the military would know how to get along with other races. Every black is not a Chicago thug or Detroit slug. Let's get together to bring America back together and not scare the he!! out of folks of different colors. We need smart blacks, whites and Hispanics to see what is coming and fight it together.
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Martial Law and a Would Be King

Hantayo Wrote: Jul 26, 2014 11:26 AM
Save this column for future reference, and see how correct she turns out to be.
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The Petulant President

Hantayo Wrote: Jul 06, 2014 4:53 PM
Is that a threat? Are you hooked up to add to the enemies list?
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Target Joins the Anti-Gun Movement

Hantayo Wrote: Jul 04, 2014 10:02 AM
It is an effort to have it both ways. Kind of you have your rights, but don't flaunt them, please. If you were in Utah, you can have a CCW permit. I have one. But you can be arrested for open carry in a Target store. Concealed carry is concealed carry. Only a knuckle head would go into a Target or Walmart with an AR15 slung over his shoulder, strutting around in his camo. Very immature. You have a right to free speech, too, but no one wants to listen to an idiot scream
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Target Joins the Anti-Gun Movement

Hantayo Wrote: Jul 04, 2014 9:56 AM
Gunfights in NOLA are common, and they didn't start last May. Get real. Carrying a gun into a bar is not smart. But you twist the truth. HB48 allows carry in a restaurant but not a dram house whose primary license is for liquor. Restaurant liquor license require a certain percentage of their business to be food, not just booze.
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Target Joins the Anti-Gun Movement

Hantayo Wrote: Jul 04, 2014 9:44 AM
Was it a trained concealed weapons permit holder, or just another big easy slug. I stayed at the Royal Sonesta Hotel several times and there was hardly a night that I didn't hear gunshot within two or three blocks of the hotel. Your problem in New Orleans isn't honest citizens carrying self defense weapons, it is because NOLA is a little Haiti in the USA.
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Target Joins the Anti-Gun Movement

Hantayo Wrote: Jul 04, 2014 9:40 AM
I would never go in Target unarmed. I lived within a quarter mile of a Target store and every reported armed and strong armed robbery within a two square mile area occurred in the parking lot of the Target store. Two of my kids worked there and there were incidents that didn't make the newspaper perhaps due to requests from Target. If I see one of those no gun signs, I shop elsewhere.
Long overdue. The Catholic Church lacks the courage of their convictions. They only mess with the little folks.
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