What will our Sheriff do?

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Eye on Salem

Denver, CO

#1 Jan 19, 2013
What is our Sheriff's position on gun control and how will he react to an order from DHS to seize firearms? A good solution is brewing in this fight for freedom and the right to protect ourselves from tyrannical government.

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Patriot

Warsaw, MO

#2 Jan 19, 2013
All bets are off.
well

United States

#3 Jan 19, 2013
Whats that sheriff going to do about that house fire that killed then 2 babies??n the mother was on the news sayn it was caused from a meth explosion?
jail

United States

#4 Jan 20, 2013
My bet is he will hide when the time comes I dont think he has the guts to stand up for anything.
pumpkin

Warsaw, MO

#5 Jan 20, 2013
well wrote:
Whats that sheriff going to do about that house fire that killed then 2 babies??n the mother was on the news sayn it was caused from a meth explosion?
I would suggest talking to the Reynolds county sheriff since it happened in Reynolds county
right

United States

#6 Jan 20, 2013
I think the sheriff in Dent county is good and he would have the guts to stand up for the people against tyranny.
Ronnie Van Zant

Jefferson City, MO

#7 Jan 20, 2013
So you are saying that the fine folks who do the tough jobs like police, military, etc etc are not to be trusted and will one day turn on their countrymen.''

What an insult. To hell with you.
Eat me RVZ

Farmington, MO

#8 Jan 20, 2013
Ronnie Van Zant wrote:
So you are saying that the fine folks who do the tough jobs like police, military, etc etc are not to be trusted and will one day turn on their countrymen.''
What an insult. To hell with you.
Our countrymen will not try to take our rights. Only the enemy will. And the Sheriff and many military people will do the right thing and that will be to turn arms on the enemies of our country and constitution.
numbertwentytwo

Salem, MO

#9 Jan 21, 2013
Ronnie Van Zant wrote:
So you are saying that the fine folks who do the tough jobs like police, military, etc etc are not to be trusted and will one day turn on their countrymen.''

What an insult. To hell with you.
I would like to know, is this all you do with your time? Get on the pathetic website and contradict people's opinions? Get a life. "To hell with you."
Name

United States

#10 Jan 21, 2013
If ammendments are made into the constitution and the sherrif, millitary, say they will not abide by it, aren't they the enemy to the constitution?
MOGunny

Clinton, MO

#11 Jan 21, 2013
Name wrote:
If ammendments are made into the constitution and the sherrif, millitary, say they will not abide by it, aren't they the enemy to the constitution?
You are speaking to amendments that haven't been made, or to my knowledge been legitimately/seriously proposed.

If politicians try to place restrictions on the citizens that attempt to control or restrict one, or all of our most basic human rights as recognized in the Bill of rights.
Are they then not enemies to our constitution? As that ------ IS ------ part of our constitution.
MOGunny

Clinton, MO

#12 Jan 21, 2013
Name

Elm Creek, NE

#13 Jan 21, 2013
MOGunny wrote:
<quoted text>
You are speaking to amendments that haven't been made, or to my knowledge been legitimately/seriously proposed.
If politicians try to place restrictions on the citizens that attempt to control or restrict one, or all of our most basic human rights as recognized in the Bill of rights.
Are they then not enemies to our constitution? As that ------ IS ------ part of our constitution.
Not if they follow the correct path, that's why they call them amendments. Nothing said the Bill of Rights was permanent.
Anonymous

Warrensburg, MO

#14 Jan 21, 2013
To hell with you Mr vanzant. As a Marine I have a right to educate you more, within the first week of boot camp, and you answer these questions correct or you will be on your way home with a dishonorable discharge, you are asked a question that goes like this, " if your commander gives the order to fire on American civilians, will you obey his order?"
How about that Ronnie, do you trust your gov now.

Mr van zant if you do not know what your speaking, keep your mouth closed.
where did you go to college? Where did you move here from?
Sorry to curse you, but you did start it.:)
Anonymous

Warrensburg, MO

#15 Jan 21, 2013
MO Gunny has it right!:)
Seriously

Salem, MO

#16 Jan 21, 2013
Smedley Butler wrote:
To hell with you Mr vanzant. As a Marine I have a right to educate you more, within the first week of boot camp, and you answer these questions correct or you will be on your way home with a dishonorable discharge, you are asked a question that goes like this, " if your commander gives the order to fire on American civilians, will you obey his order?"
How about that Ronnie, do you trust your gov now.
Mr van zant if you do not know what your speaking, keep your mouth closed.
where did you go to college? Where did you move here from?
Sorry to curse you, but you did start it.:)
You're an idiot. There are circumstances where it's justified to kill American citizens... Furthermore you could never get a dishonorable discharge for that. You need to educate yourself. You've clearly never served.

I don't agree with more gun control either, but spreading misinformation is ignorant.
MOGunny

Clinton, MO

#17 Jan 21, 2013
Name wrote:
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Not if they follow the correct path, that's why they call them amendments. Nothing said the Bill of Rights was permanent.
Do you realize what it would take to do so?
•In the U.S. Congress, both the House of Representatives and the Senate approve by a two-thirds supermajority vote, a joint resolution amending the Constitution. Amendments so approved do not require the signature of the President of the United States and are sent directly to the states for ratification.
•Two-thirds of the state legislatures ask Congress to call a national convention to propose amendments.(This method has never been used.)
To Ratify Amendments

•Three-fourths of the state legislatures approve it, or
•Ratifying conventions in three-fourths of the states approve it. This method has been used only once -- to ratify the 21st Amendment -- repealing Prohibition.

Good luck,--(NOT)-- for those who wish to try on such a controversial subject. In fact, I would predict. To serioously try would plunge our country into another civil war. Then "ALL BETS ARE OFF"
MOGunny

Clinton, MO

#18 Jan 21, 2013
seriously,,,,,, before the spelling police come after me.
Seriously

Salem, MO

#19 Jan 21, 2013
I'm aware it is a difficult process to amend the constitution. But if those conditions were met, you'd just have to live with it.
MOGunny

Clinton, MO

#20 Jan 21, 2013
Seriously wrote:
I'm aware it is a difficult process to amend the constitution. But if those conditions were met, you'd just have to live with it.
Have you ever seen the modern western movie with Kevin Costner and Robert Duvall?

I will use a quote that Charley Waite (Costner) said to Mack another character in the movie.

"You may not know this, but there's alotta things that knaw on a man worse than dying."

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