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Thomas Jefferson

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Jan 15, 2013
 
Scarecrow

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Jan 17, 2013
 
It looks like this will blow over. I don't think congress will pass any kind of assault rifle ban. They took a real beating for the last one.

Obama had both houses of congress for the first two years of his first term, I might have got a bill passed then, but he was to busy with Obamacare.

Look for more mass shootings or something worse. They really want to disarm all of us.
Manti Teos girlfriend

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Jan 17, 2013
 
Thomas Jefferson wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =EF0OAvxDND0
GAME OVER !
billybob

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Jan 17, 2013
 

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Manti Teos girlfriend wrote:
<quoted text>GAME OVER !
lol they may ban the sales of them but they will never come knocking on doors. death toll will be through the roof. this is america!
Scarecrow

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Jan 17, 2013
 
I watched the interviews of the families of victims. They sure didn't look like grieving parents to me ......

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Here is a link I got off Rense.com .....
Scarecrow

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Jan 17, 2013
 
I think we are talking about the same thing. I am saying those folks showed a lack of grief. And you are saying they are actors (Actually a professor said that).

I mean, when my dog died in November I grieved for six weeks. I didn't feel like eating or want to talk with people. Now imagine a six year old daughter shot to pieces......... And her supposed father on TV laughing and talking ????? He sure didn't look like he lost a daughter.

I know what grieving people look like from my tours in war zones.
Scarecrow

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Jan 17, 2013
 
Yes Desert Storm (the first desert war) then two tours to Afghanistan and then back to Iraq and Fallugah in 2004 and 2005.

I saw more grief stricken people than I care to remember. Those folks at Newtown just don't look like they lost children.
Thomas Jefferson

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Jan 17, 2013
 

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The problem is most of you are blaming President Obama. Obama is pushing the same policies that both President Bush and President Reagan pushed and now everyone wants to complain about their rights. We must quit championing our party and start doing what is best for the country. BTW, at the Bullitt Co. townhall event tonight (otherwise known as the Melanie Roberts reelection campaign) I heard Paul Hornback, our state senator call for cutting off the fingers of lawbreakers. This sounds like Sharia law to me. No one called him on it.
Thomas Jefferson

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Jan 18, 2013
 
Republicans in California eagerly supported increased gun control. Governor Reagan told reporters that afternoon that he saw “no reason why on the street today a citizen should be carrying loaded weapons.” He called guns a “ridiculous way to solve problems that have to be solved among people of good will.” In a later press conference, Reagan said he didn’t “know of any sportsman who leaves his home with a gun to go out into the field to hunt or for target shooting who carries that gun loaded.” The Mulford Act, he said,“would work no hardship on the honest citizen.”

Now of course context is always important. Reagan was responding to black people defending themselves against institutionalized racism by carrying firearms.
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Jan 18, 2013
 

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I asked about Desert Storm, specifically, for a reason. I had 2 friends go. One is now dead. The other has a host of problems. Both claimed the government made them sick with medicine. The one who is living got his medical records and several things were omitted. No trace at all of shots/ pills, etc. that he clearly remembered taking.
I'm not (yet) a fringe element, but the government is clearly not to be trusted.
Just like the prescription drugs you get at the pharmacy, they effect people in different ways. I took the shots along with everyone else. I don't seem to have suffered any side effects. But I have been lucky most of my life.

I know of many others that were not so fortunate. About not trusting the government. There was a problem with the drinking water at Camp La June for many years. The government and the Marines denied it for years until so many got sick they couldn't deny it any longer.

I have received several letters from the VA asking about my health in different matters. So far I have been lucky or blessed.....
Francis

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Jan 18, 2013
 
Scarecrow wrote:
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Just like the prescription drugs you get at the pharmacy, they effect people in different ways. I took the shots along with everyone else. I don't seem to have suffered any side effects. But I have been lucky most of my life.
I know of many others that were not so fortunate. About not trusting the government. There was a problem with the drinking water at Camp La June for many years. The government and the Marines denied it for years until so many got sick they couldn't deny it any longer.
I have received several letters from the VA asking about my health in different matters. So far I have been lucky or blessed.....
But. does your wife have small hands and feet and can she make good biscuits and gravy?
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Jan 19, 2013
 
Francis wrote:
<quoted text>But. does your wife have small hands and feet and can she make good biscuits and gravy?
Yes my wife is about perfect. At one time she was a model for a retail clothing chain. She is an excellent cook but doesn't cook biscuits very often. She is very conscious about her and my weight.

Thank you for asking........
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Jan 19, 2013
 
The Real Holly wrote:
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Do you know what the shots were? Maybe some received experimental meds and some did not? Just a thought.
Glad you were not affected. I lost a good friend who suffered a great deal before he died. My buddy who is alive with the problems also suffers, but to a much lesser extent, with all sorts of "mystery" symptoms.
As I think back, it seems we got most of the shots before the first gulf war. I was in my early twenties then and didn't suffer any side effects.

By the time I went back to Iraq in 2004 a lot of guys had gotten sick and many had committed suicide. Some had problems from the depleted uranium that we used in the armor piercing ammo.

I am sorry about your friends, I feel like I have been blessed most of my life.
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Jan 19, 2013
 
One of my cop buddies just called me from the gun appreciation day rally in Frankfort. He said there are about a thousand people there. Many openly carrying guns of every type.

I bet it is not even covered by the news media ????
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Jan 19, 2013
 
The Real Holly wrote:
Even peaceful people with guns make the government nervous. lol
Peaceful people with guns make everybody a little bit nervous,,,and that's exactly why it should be mandatory for everybody over twelve years of age to carry one at all times.
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Jan 19, 2013
 
The Real Holly wrote:
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The last half of that sentence is one of the dumbest things I've read on here.
Mark, you can even refrain from wanting to meet an anonymous person in the center of town to whoop 'em--and you are how old?
Everything I write is one of the dumbest things you ever read on here,(nothing new).And just to enlighten your simple mind and take you somewhere that you'd never manage to reach on your own,,,,I was eager to meet an anonymous stranger in the middle of town because it seemed like a cheap and viable method at learning his identity.However,it meant enough to me that I was willing to fight my way out if that was the only way out.One thing though,,,that part of the statement you mentioned,,,wasn't dumb at all.Fact is,people don't respect reason,people don't respect niceties,people don't respect the law,and people don't respect the Lord."Everybody" respects a person that has death in his pocket though.Do the math.In other words,"peace doesn't necessarily come with a cost,,,but it does come with a risk".However,if you have a proposal that offers more for less,,,then by all means..........
spartan

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Jan 19, 2013
 
The Real Holly wrote:
Here, I'll put it in simple terms that you won't even have to ask someone else to process for you:
12 year olds are not emotionally mature enough to carry weapons.
Mark is not emotionally mature enough to type on a public forum without threatenning people (at least 4 that I know of).
I strongly appreciate the fact that you debate like a bob-cat.Before I go further with you though,,,will you quit using my name,and please give me some respect? Yes or no?
spartan

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Jan 19, 2013
 
The Real Holly wrote:
Here, I'll put it in simple terms that you won't even have to ask someone else to process for you:
12 year olds are not emotionally mature enough to carry weapons.
Mark is not emotionally mature enough to type on a public forum without threatenning people (at least 4 that I know of).
On the same token,sixteen year olds aren't emotionally mature enough to drive a car.Point being,in order for progress to prevail,compromises must be considered,exceptions must be made,and more times than not,,,,,gifts must be exchanged.
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Jan 19, 2013
 
The Real Holly wrote:
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Why? So you can pretend you are a real spartan?
I will give you respect when you earn it.
Gotta be honest kiddo,,,I'm not Greek,,,and I'm not a Spartan.By holla'boy definition though,,,it's arguable.
spartan

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Jan 19, 2013
 
The Real Holly wrote:
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I'm not sure what a "holla boy" is.
As a matter of fact,,,a recently departed pal,,,helped define it for me.Funny thing is though,I was sittin in North Carolina and swallowing this same pill,,,with a cat named Greg Dishon,,,a co-founder of the term,,,"holla boy" when I understood what it really means.I guess you had to be there though.

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