Ex Navy Seal Gunned Down...while gunning
LOL

London, KY

#44 Feb 4, 2013
SpeakUp wrote:
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As is the usual, most of you are distorting the content of my post. So be it. It keeps you off someone else's back.
Could be....who does know the truth or who ever will. Fact is, it's a gun on either end.
There's no distortion. You indicated, without a doubt that it was the gun did not protect this guy. However, you don't know that a gun did not protect the other guy. Be careful with your words if you don't want them coming back to you.

And Obama could override the law with executive order but actually extended it to his lifetime. That's undeniable.

“speak your mind!”

Since: Mar 09

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#45 Feb 4, 2013
SpeakUp wrote:
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THE ONLY PRESIDENT IN HISTORY THAT DOES UNDERSTAND THE CONSTITUTION. NAME ME ONE OTHER PRESIDENT THAT WAS EVER A CONSTITUTIONAL PROFESSOR. WE ARE SICK OF YOU THINKING IT'S ONLY FOR THE WEALTHY AND GUN TOTERS. SORRY CHARLIE. WELCOME TO A WORLD THAT NOW....HAS YOUR NUMBER. SO MUCH for the Madison's and Jefferson's, the wealthy land and slave owners, that scr-wed the hired help.
alows to continue.....the patriot act,warrentless wiretaps,unconstitutioal checkpoints,drones flying over american airspace. blatant violations of the 4th pushing mandates on guns, blatant violation of the 2nd. which constitution was he professing? its not our bill of rights!!! dont play the party card,cause they are both guilty!
Ronnie

London, KY

#46 Feb 4, 2013
man wrote:
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Are you disagreeing that Obama believes a gun protects him? And why is it unfair to believe that he believes that? If he didn't believe that I doubt he would have himself surrounded with men carrying guns, would he?
He nor any president has a choice,they either agree to secret service or they can't be a president.You know this.That is what i am saying.
WillyP

Bowling Green, KY

#47 Feb 4, 2013
Ronnie wrote:
<quoted text>He nor any president has a choice,they either agree to secret service or they can't be a president.You know this.That is what i am saying.
Where in the Constitution is that law and who enforces it? I seem to remember reading that JFK blew off the Secret Service whenever he chose, which was frequently. Any chance you're blowing a little smoke?
Really

Los Angeles, CA

#48 Feb 4, 2013
The seal was telling the guy to grow a pair and get off the Disability Check and Happy Pills and get a life. After Viet Nam it was the Agent Orange Disabilty check that everyone went after. Now you cannot even talk to a Military person that doesn't suffer from it.

It's like the civilian Crazy Check.

PTSD is a scam made up by the Liberals to label and scam the system.
Ready to play

London, KY

#49 Feb 4, 2013
yeah wrote:
<quoted text>yeah i bet his family is feeling the sadness in their life now same as all the families did when he took their lifes , life is so precious.
You are a SCUMBAG
man

Morehead, KY

#50 Feb 4, 2013
Ronnie wrote:
<quoted text>He nor any president has a choice,they either agree to secret service or they can't be a president.You know this.That is what i am saying.
Yet, the president believes those guns protect him and you refuse to admit the fact. He also believes that his girls are protected at school by the security provided. Yet he doesn't believe that our school children should be protected by the same kind of security.

Since: Sep 09

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#51 Feb 4, 2013
I think Chris Kyle, the ex-SEAL killed, never got his head out of the war. He still continued to live it to an unhealthy degree. He wrote books on war, snipers, killing, and other things related to it. He spent a lot of his time on gun ranges. Helping other vets is a great thing. It should be looked upon as a great and worthy thing. But not if it's to keep their minds in the war rather than to cope and re-adapt to being a citizen. Let's face it ..... Kyle taking a man with PTSD and putting a gun in his hands 'was not' something he should have done. It was a horrible idea. The result was his (Kyle's) death.

No one should live their life centered around guns and violence. It's unhealthy.

As Ron Paul stated, Kyle lived by the sword so he died by the sword.
Ronnie

Mount Vernon, KY

#52 Feb 4, 2013
WillyP wrote:
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Where in the Constitution is that law and who enforces it? I seem to remember reading that JFK blew off the Secret Service whenever he chose, which was frequently. Any chance you're blowing a little smoke?
Was you there did you see it? i DIDN"T.Hearsay is useless.Are you saying Dems are the only presidents to ever use it? Because if you are i'm gonna laugh so hard i may choke.
Ronnie

Mount Vernon, KY

#53 Feb 4, 2013
man wrote:
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Yet, the president believes those guns protect him and you refuse to admit the fact. He also believes that his girls are protected at school by the security provided. Yet he doesn't believe that our school children should be protected by the same kind of security.
You hate Obama,lots do,just admit it and quit pretending you are being reasonable.
LOL

London, KY

#54 Feb 4, 2013
___Jenny___ wrote:
I think Chris Kyle, the ex-SEAL killed, never got his head out of the war. He still continued to live it to an unhealthy degree. He wrote books on war, snipers, killing, and other things related to it. He spent a lot of his time on gun ranges. Helping other vets is a great thing. It should be looked upon as a great and worthy thing. But not if it's to keep their minds in the war rather than to cope and re-adapt to being a citizen. Let's face it ..... Kyle taking a man with PTSD and putting a gun in his hands 'was not' something he should have done. It was a horrible idea. The result was his (Kyle's) death.
No one should live their life centered around guns and violence. It's unhealthy.
As Ron Paul stated, Kyle lived by the sword so he died by the sword.
He wrote books on war, snipers, killing, and other things related to it one of which was a best seller. I've not read it but plan to. It was a bestseller because people like to read about books on war, snipers, killing, and other things related to it without actually being involved. You don't know that he was still in the war; he's just making money.

Living by the sword generally means engaging in some type of warfare whether personal or political. I'm sure he saw his share of it, but being at a gun range is not "living by the sword". Funny thing to me is it seems that everybody that does this killing is a little warped. Let's ban crazy people or maybe we could just ban every thing that crazy people may do damage with.
Ready to play

London, KY

#55 Feb 4, 2013
YOU THINK he never got his head out of the war. So you knew him personally? He was actually doing things to help his fellow warriors and help them get their lives back together. He wasn't just sitting on his sorry tail judging you on topix. You know nothing of this man other than what has been written and with your "political" views he is automatically in the wrong. Don't judge a man trying to help. Get off your keyboard and do something yourself
man

Morehead, KY

#56 Feb 4, 2013
Ronnie wrote:
<quoted text>You hate Obama,lots do,just admit it and quit pretending you are being reasonable.
As president of the united states I think he should have protection but you can't be honest and admit he "believes those guns protect him and his family". What's so hard about admitting that anyway?
WillyP

Bowling Green, KY

#57 Feb 4, 2013
Ronnie wrote:
<quoted text>Was you there did you see it? i DIDN"T.Hearsay is useless.Are you saying Dems are the only presidents to ever use it? Because if you are i'm gonna laugh so hard i may choke.
No I wasn't there. But I was in the executive branch long enough to figure out that the Secret Service reports to Janet Nipples who reports to Obama. If Obama wanted the SS to make themselves scarce and they refused, they'd find themselves reassigned to guard the 2025 White House Christmas tree at the North Pole.
WillyP

Bowling Green, KY

#60 Feb 4, 2013
Well wrote:
I guess he had already made out quite well from the royalties but his estate will do very well given the publicity. I just ordered a copy of his book. Really I don't care if it's embellished or not so long as it's a good read. I just like to read about people getting shot with a gun and doing the "dance of death" and that type of thing. And if it's a sworn enemy of the United States that makes it better because I can make myself believe I'm a patriot and not just a violence loving American.
I also read the book "Marine Sniper 93 Confirmed Kills" about Carlos Hathcock. Does anybody really believe he made a shot through the scope of a counter sniper. I don't but it was a good read. Nice and violent and the bad guys died.
100% of his share of royalties for the book goes to wounded veterans and families of those killed in action.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#62 Feb 4, 2013
bluntly wrote:
<quoted text>alows to continue.....the patriot act,warrentless wiretaps,unconstitutioal checkpoints,drones flying over american airspace. blatant violations of the 4th pushing mandates on guns, blatant violation of the 2nd. which constitution was he professing? its not our bill of rights!!! dont play the party card,cause they are both guilty!
You don't even want to go there with wire taps....Murdoch/Fox News/UK, Nixon/Democratic Headquarters..........

Your Bill of Rights may be as YOU perceive it, but since you aren't a Constitutional Lawyer, I doubt it's possible you understand the depth of words.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#63 Feb 4, 2013
LOL wrote:
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He wrote books on war, snipers, killing, and other things related to it one of which was a best seller. I've not read it but plan to. It was a bestseller because people like to read about books on war, snipers, killing, and other things related to it without actually being involved. You don't know that he was still in the war; he's just making money.
Living by the sword generally means engaging in some type of warfare whether personal or political. I'm sure he saw his share of it, but being at a gun range is not "living by the sword". Funny thing to me is it seems that everybody that does this killing is a little warped. Let's ban crazy people or maybe we could just ban every thing that crazy people may do damage with.
People also like Inquirer magazine and 6-headed neanderthals. lol He was addicted was what he probably was. There are lots of ways to help a mentally challenged person than handing them a gun.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#64 Feb 4, 2013
man wrote:
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As president of the united states I think he should have protection but you can't be honest and admit he "believes those guns protect him and his family". What's so hard about admitting that anyway?
Tell me. Does he want to ban every gun? No.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#65 Feb 4, 2013
Ronnie wrote:
<quoted text>You hate Obama,lots do,just admit it and quit pretending you are being reasonable.
This is precisely what I've posted to you. There isn't one shread of left in any of these morons period. So, you fight fire with fire. I got plenty of it.
SpeakUp

Eustis, FL

#66 Feb 4, 2013
WillyP wrote:
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No I wasn't there. But I was in the executive branch long enough to figure out that the Secret Service reports to Janet Nipples who reports to Obama. If Obama wanted the SS to make themselves scarce and they refused, they'd find themselves reassigned to guard the 2025 White House Christmas tree at the North Pole.
That might be a great position for you!

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