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Grand Rapids, MI

#61 Dec 28, 2012
Batch 37 Pain Is Good wrote:
<quoted text>NY has very tough gun laws.... How come he didn't follow the law?
DC and Chicago both have very tough gun laws....and some of the highest murder rates in the country. Just sayin'....
St Stephen

Grand Rapids, MI

#62 Dec 28, 2012
Ronald wrote:
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Thank you! Some people respect and are very thankful for what so many have died for! It's terrible that Some know NOTHING about the legal aspects of the Constitution while they spew their self defined drivel.
Nothing in the Constitution stipulates what kind of arms can be used or that certain arms cannot be made illegal. I repeat, nothing. You people and your spin. My grandfather didn't get shot in WWII so you could walk around Chuckie Cheese with a fully automatic rifle. Just because some people believe there ought to be restrictions on what types of guns should be legal does not mean they are anti-military or anti-American. Pull your head out of your arse and give the whole "We're more 'Merican than you" routine a rest already.
Ronald

United States

#63 Dec 28, 2012
St Stephen wrote:
<quoted text>Nothing in the Constitution stipulates what kind of arms can be used or that certain arms cannot be made illegal. I repeat, nothing. You people and your spin. My grandfather didn't get shot in WWII so you could walk around Chuckie Cheese with a fully automatic rifle. Just because some people believe there ought to be restrictions on what types of guns should be legal does not mean they are anti-military or anti-American. Pull your head out of your arse and give the whole "We're more 'Merican than you" routine a rest already.
I'm not sure what "Merican" is suppose to mean. Anyway, every soldiers does not go to war for the same reason and your assumption or thought of why he went to war may not be correct either. So you can give it a rest. In general the wars were more fought for freedom than were for restriction or regulation. Just as guns were mentioned in the constitution more for the right of the people to protect themselves from government or other than were for the government to have the power to restrict or regulate or even ban. I am fine with some restriction but often it is pushed too far. Forcing people to register their firearms then exploiting it, invading their privacy is over the line. Saying it is public information when they were forced to make it public information by law is over the line.
Ronald

United States

#64 Dec 28, 2012
St Stephen wrote:
<quoted text>Nothing in the Constitution stipulates what kind of arms can be used or that certain arms cannot be made illegal. I repeat, nothing. You people and your spin. My grandfather didn't get shot in WWII so you could walk around Chuckie Cheese with a fully automatic rifle. Just because some people believe there ought to be restrictions on what types of guns should be legal does not mean they are anti-military or anti-American. Pull your head out of your arse and give the whole "We're more 'Merican than you" routine a rest already.
You talk about spin then you say something like that about Chuck E Cheese. Lol!!! I forgot, do as I say not as I do mentality.
SeenItBefore

Jenison, MI

#65 Dec 28, 2012
Ronald wrote:
<quoted text> I'm not sure what "Merican" is suppose to mean. Anyway, every soldiers does not go to war for the same reason and your assumption or thought of why he went to war may not be correct either. So you can give it a rest. In general the wars were more fought for freedom than were for restriction or regulation. Just as guns were mentioned in the constitution more for the right of the people to protect themselves from government or other than were for the government to have the power to restrict or regulate or even ban. I am fine with some restriction but often it is pushed too far. Forcing people to register their firearms then exploiting it, invading their privacy is over the line. Saying it is public information when they were forced to make it public information by law is over the line.
And who was it that violated our Rights under the Constitution? George W. Bush with the Patriot Act effectively eliminated the 4th Amendment Rights against unreasonable search and seizure. Extending through Amendments 5,6,7 and 8. Possibly even the 9th Amendment. Bush in effect eliminated the Posse Comitatus Act, against the military using their arms against the People, with HR5122 (2007 Defense Authorization Bill signed into law in October 2006). Which was repealed in 2008 with Public Law 110-181 (H.R. 4986, Section 1068) returning Posse Comitatus to it's original 1807 wording.

No war we have fought since WWII has been for our freedom. I suppose it could be argued that the wars since, by extension, have been fought to keep the wolves from the door, so-to-speak. But have not been for any present threat to our freedom.

It is easily argued that OUR freedoms were threatened more by our own President, Bush, when threw it's sweeping powers Homeland Security was established under the auspices of the war on terrorism with the actions stated above.
Ronald

United States

#66 Dec 28, 2012
SeenItBefore wrote:
<quoted text>And who was it that violated our Rights under the Constitution? George W. Bush with the Patriot Act effectively eliminated the 4th Amendment Rights against unreasonable search and seizure. Extending through Amendments 5,6,7 and 8. Possibly even the 9th Amendment. Bush in effect eliminated the Posse Comitatus Act, against the military using their arms against the People, with HR5122 (2007 Defense Authorization Bill signed into law in October 2006). Which was repealed in 2008 with Public Law 110-181 (H.R. 4986, Section 1068) returning Posse Comitatus to it's original 1807 wording.

No war we have fought since WWII has been for our freedom. I suppose it could be argued that the wars since, by extension, have been fought to keep the wolves from the door, so-to-speak. But have not been for any present threat to our freedom.

It is easily argued that OUR freedoms were threatened more by our own President, Bush, when threw it's sweeping powers Homeland Security was established under the auspices of the war on terrorism with the actions stated above.
My god! You're back to Bush! You are one of the biggest morons on topix. Besides your other personality Jason of course. We had a terrorist attack, extreme measures needed to be took and should have been temporary. Obama has extended them how many times and you say nothing about that. All wars are fought to keep the wolves from the door, so-to-speak. If we don't win they get it in there head along with their neighbors that we can't defend our self and then they get the idea they could invade or kill us. If that happens I guess we no longer have freedom. You are so gullible and dumb! Anybody reading your drivel are laughing at it! Lol!
Ronald

United States

#67 Dec 28, 2012
I really can't believe it. Just how much of a Negro are you? Oh boy Murphy! You are so ignorant. The president should more worry about hanging in shooting since that's what we do to his kind. Come to think of it if people like you respond you're too much time in the rainbow club instead of getting an education want to continue spouting off the s*** that you do Maybe we oughta hang you too.
Ronald

United States

#68 Dec 28, 2012
Ronald wrote:
I really can't believe it. Just how much of a Negro are you? Oh boy Murphy! You are so ignorant. The president should more worry about hanging in shooting since that's what we do to his kind. Come to think of it if people like you respond you're too much time in the rainbow club instead of getting an education want to continue spouting off the s*** that you do Maybe we oughta hang you too.
Poor Jason blue nuts! You'll never change!
Ronald

United States

#69 Dec 28, 2012
Jungle boogie Jason looking up the little why do I need grows is the people never change are you.
swxxxt

Pittsburgh, PA

#70 Dec 29, 2012

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