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True Patriots

RINO Detector Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 12:11 PM
http://www.wtae.com/news/local/allegheny/Attack-on-CAPA-teacher-caught-by-surveillance-cameras/-/10927008/16907778/-/drnwjc/-/index.html A true patriot, next time they see a vicious assault taking place that could kill an elderly man (or anybody) will do his countrymen a favor and TAKE THESE THUG ANIMALS OUT, if packing heat. America 2012. You see it crumbling right in front of your eyes. Welcome to Obama's Hope and Change. It was the kind that Rev. Wright wanted to see alright. Real hope and change. Let us return to a peaceful, decent, and honorable society before it is too late. And that will require finally having the testicles to take out thugs who are in the process of assaulting others. It is called defense of others.
RINO Detector Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 12:12 PM
And is a protected right in most states. America's chickens, coming home to roost?
RINO Detector Wrote: Oct 09, 2012 12:12 PM
And is a protected right in most states. America's chickens, coming home to roost?
The third definition of "patriot" in the Oxford English Dictionary is "A person actively opposing enemy forces occupying his or her country; a member of a resistance movement, a freedom fighter. Originally used of those who opposed and fought the British in the American War of Independence."

The term first was used in the U.S. by Benjamin Franklin in a 1773 letter. It referred to people who stood in opposition of those pledged to the British Crown -- the Tories aka loyalists.

On Oct. 7, 1780, American patriots prevailed against loyalists in the Carolinas and won their first Southern battle. The Battle of...