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Morally bankrupt

Jonesboro, AR

#1 Feb 9, 2013
Anybody go to it?Any news on how it was?

Cathouse Mouse

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#2 Feb 9, 2013
Who was showing their wiener gun?

And why would anyone want to go look?
gUeSt

Springdale, AR

#3 Feb 9, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
Who was showing their wiener gun?
And why would anyone want to go look?
That is a single shot you can live with.
Guest

United States

#4 Feb 9, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
Who was showing their wiener gun?
And why would anyone want to go look?
Another statement that shows you know nothing about guns.
Wow

Blytheville, AR

#5 Feb 9, 2013
Morally bankrupt wrote:
Anybody go to it?Any news on how it was?
Went there, saw that, wasn't impressed. Same people, guns and PRICES, as the Paragould show. Sellers not eager enough to bargain with buyers. For those prices, the sellers had a LOT of bargaining room. Don't get me wrong, there were many people buying, they just had more money to throw away, than I did. Maybe they'll be more forgiving tomorrow. Yeah, right. LOL
TeachMeToBALefti st

Springdale, AR

#6 Feb 9, 2013
gUeSt wrote:
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That is a single shot you can live with.
This is a hoot...Right!?!
Morally bankrupt

Jonesboro, AR

#8 Feb 9, 2013
Wow wrote:
<quoted text> Went there, saw that, wasn't impressed. Same people, guns and PRICES, as the Paragould show. Sellers not eager enough to bargain with buyers. For those prices, the sellers had a LOT of bargaining room. Don't get me wrong, there were many people buying, they just had more money to throw away, than I did. Maybe they'll be more forgiving tomorrow. Yeah, right. LOL
Thanks. Wasn't expecting a deal I have some stuff to sell. And looking for a 10/22

Cathouse Mouse

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#9 Feb 9, 2013
Question;

It has been repeatedly stated that most of the "rush" on buying certain weaponry as of late, such as the now infamous AR-15 is for preparations of overthrowing a tyrannic Government.

I'm curious as to why you worriers are buying guns instead of drones. You can buy them at Radio Shack. It appears that you are planning on fighting the US Military much like the Taliban has been doing in Afghanistan.

Do they ever have armed drones for sale at these militia armament swap meets?
Morally bankrupt

Jonesboro, AR

#11 Feb 9, 2013
Chm I think you have it all wrong. People want to have the guns because it's our right. Not to overthrow the government the more guns we the people have the fewer freedoms we will lose.The new admin wants to take more from us than our guns. Most countries won't invade us because we are so well armed.
guest

United States

#12 Feb 10, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
Question;
It has been repeatedly stated that most of the "rush" on buying certain weaponry as of late, such as the now infamous AR-15 is for preparations of overthrowing a tyrannic Government.
I'm curious as to why you worriers are buying guns instead of drones. You can buy them at Radio Shack. It appears that you are planning on fighting the US Military much like the Taliban has been doing in Afghanistan.
Do they ever have armed drones for sale at these militia armament swap meets?
It appears the more idiots like you run their mouth trying to demean gun owners, the more guns are sold so, please by all means keep up the good work. America is waking up and that make me happy happy happy.
Fo Show

Mayflower, AR

#13 Feb 10, 2013
Morally bankrupt wrote:
Chm I think you have it all wrong. People want to have the guns because it's our right. Not to overthrow the government the more guns we the people have the fewer freedoms we will lose.The new admin wants to take more from us than our guns. Most countries won't invade us because we are so well armed.
Most countries wouldn't even think about trying to invade us because we have the finest, strongest, and most well equipped armed forces on the planet. People want to have additional guns for a variety of reasons from hunting to self-defense. There's nothing wrong with it as long as they're qualified to buy guns. I don't know why you say the administration wants to take more from us than our guns. There's been no mention of taking guns away from citizens. So what do you see as the other things they want to take away?

Cathouse Mouse

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#14 Feb 10, 2013
Fo Show wrote:
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Most countries wouldn't even think about trying to invade us because we have the finest, strongest, and most well equipped armed forces on the planet. People want to have additional guns for a variety of reasons from hunting to self-defense. There's nothing wrong with it as long as they're qualified to buy guns. I don't know why you say the administration wants to take more from us than our guns. There's been no mention of taking guns away from citizens. So what do you see as the other things they want to take away?
He's refering to losing his right to walk into an emergency room uninsured and walking out without paying his bill.

That's why I ignored him.
Morally bankrupt

Jonesboro, AR

#16 Feb 10, 2013
Does this count as ignoring you if this is all I write?
Fo Show

Mayflower, AR

#17 Feb 10, 2013
Morally bankrupt wrote:
Does this count as ignoring you if this is all I write?
I'd like to hear your answer to my questions. Nobody has mentioned taking up our guns and, since the government hasn't taken anything to start with, what do you forsee them taking? Since you made the statement, I think it's a fair question.
Morally bankrupt

Jonesboro, AR

#18 Feb 10, 2013
Ok I'm not going to try to put everything I think into words. Some of the things you would belittle maybe you wouldn't you actually seem to just want a discussion. With the new healthcare bill we will lose the right to the best healthcare there will be panels to make the decisions as to who is the better choice to receive treatment and who just gets medicated. It will happen. I dont live like a Christian but there is a big push to remove all things having to do with God. Congress bows to Obamas will. He really has no real work experience he was a community organizer,don't think he ever did an honest days work in his life I don't know if any politicians have. But at least the man who lost to Obama did have a successful career made money operated under a budget. We are spending more than we make the money will run out what happens when we can't borrow any more. How will the countries call in their debts? I know this is off topic and I have no answers as to how to fix it what happening to the country but the road we are traveling is the wrong one
Morally bankrupt

Jonesboro, AR

#19 Feb 10, 2013
There has been a lot of talk about taking guns. There has been a lot of talk of regulations but now may not be the time for them to take them if they want to stay in office. I believe Bill Clinton has warned some dem. Politicians to stay away from gun bills.

Cathouse Mouse

Since: Aug 10

Cathouse Mouse

#20 Feb 10, 2013
Morally bankrupt wrote:
With the new healthcare bill we will lose the right to the best healthcare there will be panels to make the decisions as to who is the better choice to receive treatment and who just gets medicated. It will happen.
^^^ Ta-Daaaaaa!^^^
Morally bankrupt

Jonesboro, AR

#21 Feb 10, 2013
Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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^^^ Ta-Daaaaaa!^^^
Never said you were always wrong this time you weren't. But usually you are.
Wow

Trumann, AR

#23 Feb 11, 2013
Fo Show wrote:
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Most countries wouldn't even think about trying to invade us because we have the finest, strongest, and most well equipped armed forces on the planet. People want to have additional guns for a variety of reasons from hunting to self-defense. There's nothing wrong with it as long as they're qualified to buy guns. I don't know why you say the administration wants to take more from us than our guns. There's been no mention of taking guns away from citizens. So what do you see as the other things they want to take away?
Most countries wouldn't think of invading us, if we saw it coming, but the government would. It starts with simple things, like gun control and the next thing you know, hmmm... we can't hunt, fish or travel outside our county.*(no misspell) Once again I say, if you have never seen the movie "Red Dawn", it would be to your advantage, to do so. It was predicted, as far back as 1968 in my civics class, that a foreign government could and likely would, take over the United States without firing a shot and with litte or no resistance, because it will be done from within. Pay attention, to who is elected to ANY politcal position, and what their heritage is. This isn't paranoia or idiocy. It's fact! Wake up America. BEWARE!
Guest

Mayflower, AR

#24 Feb 11, 2013
Wow wrote:
<quoted text> Most countries wouldn't think of invading us, if we saw it coming, but the government would. It starts with simple things, like gun control and the next thing you know, hmmm... we can't hunt, fish or travel outside our county.*(no misspell) Once again I say, if you have never seen the movie "Red Dawn", it would be to your advantage, to do so. It was predicted, as far back as 1968 in my civics class, that a foreign government could and likely would, take over the United States without firing a shot and with litte or no resistance, because it will be done from within. Pay attention, to who is elected to ANY politcal position, and what their heritage is. This isn't paranoia or idiocy. It's fact! Wake up America. BEWARE!
I'll agree that private gun ownership make it highly difficult for an occupation force to try and operate in the US in a hypothetical scenario. You only have to look at Iraq & Iran to see that having guns doesn't keep prevent a military force from occupying an area though it can damn sure exact a tremendous toll. Great Britain found out it's just not worth the attrition to try and maintain an occupation army in a country that hates your presence back in the 1900s. What keeps the US safe from invasion is our military might projected from the American armed forces. We have formidable National Guard units that are now battle tested veterans. However, our military might is the angry pit bull at the end of the chain and no country wants that dog unleashed on them! That's what keeps other countries from even considering trying to invade the US.

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