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The 'Assassinate Wall Street' Movie

muhl Wrote: May 25, 2013 4:32 PM
This reminds me of a movie in which, who, Will Smith?, played the father of a young boy dying for the lack of a transplant. The father's heroics, even though he was arrested, BOUGHT his son's life. He will probably serve life in jail. BUT, his SON has a bright future ahead that would never exist had he not made the sacrifice.
We hae a right to defend ourselves, or so such does the Second Amendment STATE. This defense includes the ownership and secrecy of such be acknowledged by the government. This was well acknowledged n the 1800's. Somehow, the sight of this was lost in the late 1900's and early 2000's. Well, it is now 2013, and we have recovered from the deception. We need home defense more than ever. And the need has never more been as this critical.
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Protecting Obama’s Right to Bear Arms

muhl Wrote: May 14, 2013 2:27 PM
The Second Amendment definitely NEEDS some OFFENSIVE styled DEFENSE. Does ANYONE study HISTORY anymore? Consider the fact that Hitler relied on firearm REGISTRATION forms to confiscate the defense system that COULD have opposed him, making our involvement in WWII virtually nonessential.
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Dzokhar Tsarnaev and the Death Penalty

muhl Wrote: May 11, 2013 4:10 PM
The murder of ANY human REQUIRES retribution. Murder, by definition, is the deprivation of the life of an innocent human. This inbalance MUST be adjusted by the offensive person, who, by justice, must DIE to satisfy the death of the innocent.
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The Cannabis Is out of the Bag

muhl Wrote: May 11, 2013 3:41 PM
I enjoy Cannabis on rare occasion. I have tried Cocaine once and didn't like it I have ignored other drugs because of reviews that show my health could suffer. I also enjoy Alcohol, even though I am well aware that it will be more injurious to my health than Cannabis. But, I still partake, simply because Alcohol is legal and Cannabis is not, at least in my State. Personally, I think drug laws interfere with the freedom of choice, and therefore should be eliminated or repealed. Many tax dollars are wasted on them and have been proven to be of no useful value. Use the spared money on investigating important cases, such as kidnappings, rapes, murders, stalkings, robberies, and such like as that.
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Will Tyranny Ever Come to America?

muhl Wrote: May 11, 2013 3:01 PM
Tyranny arrived when the Second Amendment was first challenged, It was challenged at the first mention of background checks and gun registration. It was challenged by idiots who ignored the fact that outlaws have no regard for the law. Armed Law Abiding Citizens are EXTENSIONS of the Law. Unarmed, they become VICTIMS instead of enforcers.
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The Cannabis Is out of the Bag

muhl Wrote: May 10, 2013 3:01 PM
I truly don't understand the attack on cannabis. From what I see, there is no difference between Alcohol and Cannabis other than the fact that one is legal and the other is not. Admittedly, BOTH are dangerous drugs where awareness is compromised. BOTH present difficulties to essential self-protection schemes easily avoidable by pure sobrienty. But, the choice to use and/or abuse those drugs lies strictly in the design of those who choose to use or not. Instruct all, yes. Advertise to all, yes. Restrict, NO! If a victim chooses to NOT self-defend,then said defense is the CHOICE of the victim, which should NEVER be treaded upon BY the victim or representatives thereof.
Sarah Palin is a Country Hick, a statement not meant to disparage her. Nearly everyone in the 1800's, INCLUDING Abraham Lincoln, were Country Hicks. A Country Hick is an individual who usually lives in a rural area, is religiously Christian, and holds very conservative values close to the heart. But for the fact I live in a metropolitan area, I could be considered a Country Hick. In spite of the fact that she has been ambushed and ridiculed, she is STILL a prime candidate for the Presidency should she desire to carry The Torch.
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Get the Facts and Save Lives With Guns

muhl Wrote: May 06, 2013 1:37 PM
Someone suggested that teachers should be openly armed as a defense against these insane attacks. This is a rational solution to an irrational problem. My question is, why are all teachers currently UNARMED? They SHOULD be, they MUST be armed with a handgun that is most comfortable and of their own choice. To keep teachers unarmed is purely irrational. Consider Columbine and the other related disasters that followed. If EACH teacher were ARMED at the time, each devastating event may have been prevented, or at least the body count could have been severely reduced.
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Muslims Versus Islamists

muhl Wrote: May 04, 2013 4:58 PM
Islamists. These are the true Muslims who live by the teachings of the Quran. They just want to live simple lives in the manner that most of us humans do. Then, there are the Jihadists, the ones who CALL themselves "Islamists" or "Muslims", but are motivated by hatred. Who knows what causes this hatred, and who really cares? They must be exterminated by whatever means, because they are an irrational threat to all of us, be we Muslim, Jew, Christian, or "Other".
When a Police Officer, sworn to defend the Law, PHYSICALLY OBSERVES a crime in progress, he has the OBLIGATION to pursue, and, if necessary, terminate the life of the perpetrator. Any defense of said Police Officer's actions should have already been recorded by required garb which should include BY LAW a video recorder. The termination of the life of the perpetrator should suffice to the general public to be a relief of threats of future crime from said perpetrator.
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