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Legislation Introduced to Eliminate ATF

Joe40 Wrote: Sep 18, 2014 6:21 AM
Baby steps first. After all, your average Congresscritter has virtually no experience in the act of reducing the size and scope of government agencies. All good arguments about the real benefits of this legislation aside, I consider it's passage unlikely at the present time for two reasons: 1. Harry Reid is still in charge in the Senate, and 2. Barack Obama is still in the White House.
Cam isn't a voice of reason here unless you have a severe reading comprehension problem. It's also becoming increasingly apparent that you aren't either.
"Merciless total warfare?" I couldn't find even the slightest bit of support for that dreck. As to your characterization of my patriotism, it is as without foundation as the rest of your dreck.
I seem to recall that the last time that Texas tried to go it alone, the outcome was a dismal failure of currency collapse and overwhelming debt and poverty. Which variables do you think have changed this time? Otherwise, your fatalism is tirelessly unamusing.
Each new pronouncement from San Fran Nan, the Botox Queen, is nuttier than the last. Since she's long since blown past the final firewall of sanity, this latest is just more proof, unnecessary as it may be, that she should really, Really, REALLY consider a quiet fading into obscurity. Retire now, Nancy.
We should be feeding prisoners like this guy with selections from Sheriff Joe Arpais's prisoner menu.
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Post-9/11: Protect the Freedom To Warn

Joe40 Wrote: Sep 12, 2014 6:30 PM
Most of the information flow problems arose out of the Church Committee "reforms." Gorelick took something that was already bad, and deliberately made it far worse. Par for the course with Democrats.
But the ISIS thugs still want their piece of the action, so they aren't going away any time soon.
There's no money for politicians and lobbyists to steal, nor sufficient spending levels in a quick fix.
"Islam is 'NOT' a Religion of peace and has 'Never' been a Religion of Peace." ====================================== Of course not. Depending upon the circumstances, the Koran teaches Muslims to both lie to, and then, if necessary, to kill the "infidels." How one distills even the slightest inkling of the concept of peace from such teachings, I'll never know.
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