Summary of Senator Feinstein Proposed...
Mark Winshel

Berkeley, CA

#41 Jan 6, 2013
flash wrote:
Mark,very interesting ! Reminds me of a old joke. You know what they say about one lawyer at the bottom of the ocean.( a good start )
Another thing that neither Feinstein and nor the California State Bar mentioned, and which was almost certainly relevant to the Gian Luigi Ferri/101 California Street/Pettit & Martin incident, is that lawyers have far and away the highest rates of alcoholism and drug abuse (and also of suicide, divorce, and doemstic violence) of any major profession.

And lawyers who are on drugs: one, have an even much higher rate of embezzling the money of their clients and former clients than other lawyers do, and including so as to fund their drug habits; and two, when asked to return the money they stole and embezzled, instead almost always turn into vicious wild sadistic animals, and including with the goal of "proving" the client or former client whose money they stole is "crazy" by their harassing the client or former client until he inevitably explodes.

Of course Feinstein, and whose first husband was a lawyer (and in fact Feinstein herself in her younger days worked in the San Francisco DA's office) and whose daughter is also one of the most prominent lawyers in California, could always give us a big laugh by insisting that she is not aware of: one, the real "standards" of most lawyers; two, that lawyers have higher than skyhigh rates of drug abuse, and that lawyers who are drug addicts are usually vicious sadistic wild aniumals who, and as standard practice, embezzle the money of their clients and former clients; and three, that Pettit & Martin was one of the very sleaziest and most politically connected law firms in San Francisco, and in fact almost certainly SF's very sleaziest major law firm, and in fact a law firm, and including due to its political connections, that did not believe it had to follow the law even a little bit.

And Barbara Boxer's husband, in other words Stewart Boxer, is a lawyer, and as also is her son, in other words Douglas Boxer. So Barbara Boxer could also give us a big laugh by insisting that the thought never occurred to her, and nor to her husband or son, that almost certainly the real and actual story of the Gian Luigi Ferri/101 California St/Pettit & Martin incident was that some sleazy lawyers, and who probably were also on drugs, embezzled Ferri's money, and then when he asked for the money back, instead they kept on deliberately and sadistically harassing him until he inevitably exploded.

In a future post I wil also give us some additional information about Pettir & Martin, and also how it culture and extreme sleaziness made it almost certainly the number one candidate in the entire country among all of the nation's major law firms for a Gian Luigi Ferri type incident.
Watermark

Jackson, MO

#42 Jan 6, 2013
1911-A1 wrote:
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That all u got?? When ever u wanna meet up and talk about let me know.
Now because of chicken shit people like you the government that you so blindly follow and believe is trying to stomp all over our rights. If even a dumb ass like you can't see that then there really is no hope for you.
Bet you pet rock didn't run away. Prolly killed itself so as not to listen to your dumbass anymore.
Really? You have been so moved by my words that you want to meet up and "talk"? Perhaps you should reconsider that move because I'd likely give your name and personal information to the families of those you insulted, mocked and degraded under your "Balls That Clank" username. Still wanna meet up?

Funny, you parade around babbling about rights but you dislike when someone uses their right to free speech and counters your opinion.
Watermark

Jackson, MO

#43 Jan 6, 2013
flash wrote:
Are liberal left democrats immune from the law. I realize they control everything. The media,the entertainment industry,the education system and all the political propaganda. But can they openly break the law and get away with it.
Awh, shucks. The whole system is against the poor little conservative. Or perhaps the majority of our nation's voters, who participate in the avenues you listed above, disagree with your party's views.
Watermark

Jackson, MO

#44 Jan 6, 2013
Tax man wrote:
<quoted text>Why...for you to say something I posted from a reliable source isn't true. And how does that make me a liar if it comes from that reliable source? I have yet to see you agree with any poster on here other than some libtard. I read some of your post's and bust out laughing. Either your a very lonely man or your one of the 96% who voted just for color. You bring up racism all the time, so that pretty much tells alot about a person. So again, even though your wrong it is your opinion. Cheers!
You really need to recalibrate what you call a "reliable source" if I can easily prove them wrong by citing an authoritative source in mere minutes. Recall the FBI / Baseball bat faux pas of yours?

Funny, you self declare pro-gun propaganda as "reliable", making no efforts to verify information contained within, and then can't conceive the fact your a liar when you recite information that is proven blatantly false. "But, but, but, all I did was repeat someone else's lie, doesn't make me a liar". Pathetic.

Oh, and here we go with ignoring the context and trying to discredit the author. I've heard all the fairy tales now, I'm lonely, retarded, sad, poor, on welfare, on food stamps, black, a woman, etc, etc, etc. I must ask two questions regarding that dismissive tactic. First, does claiming any of that make you feel better? Secondly, if I am one or all of those things, how does it make you feel to be so efficiently shut down and discredited (ie. proven a liar) by such a person?
1911-A1

Sikeston, MO

#45 Jan 6, 2013
Watermark wrote:
<quoted text>Really? You have been so moved by my words that you want to meet up and "talk"? Perhaps you should reconsider that move because I'd likely give your name and personal information to the families of those you insulted, mocked and degraded under your "Balls That Clank" username. Still wanna meet up?

Funny, you parade around babbling about rights but you dislike when someone uses their right to free speech and counters your opinion.
Bring it.
Av8er64

Canutillo, TX

#46 Jan 6, 2013
Watermark wrote:
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Very simple. Show me a car or a brand of alcohol designed by the military's of this world, with combat features that enhance it's mass killing capabilities being marketed to civilians, like those of today's assault weapons, and I'll support a ban of it.
Umm the hummer?
Cookie jar hog

United States

#47 Jan 6, 2013
Ruining America, one bill at a time". should be congress slogan.
Patriot

Lebanon, VA

#48 Jan 7, 2013
I love how the liberals will twist, spin, lie to have their way. And them when faced with facts that don support their agenda, they simply turn their head. They are the disease that is destroying this country. Hey liberals, ask our friends down under how the gun ban worked for them.

I also seen in one of post stating numbers that was twisted for personal defense situations. According to a Bill Clinton study, the number of successful defenses was like 1.5 million. It was quickly swept under the rug. Again, this is how a liberal lies and will try to deceive you to advance their agenda or cause. People, be smarter than they are, it doesn't take much.
bufu

Columbia, MO

#49 Jan 7, 2013
quote

"Hey liberals, ask our friends down under how the gun ban worked for them."

Fine, I imagine. What does the NRA tell you?
scott henderson

Cape Girardeau, MO

#50 Jan 8, 2013
Whether ot not, you think guns should be outlawed or not. The fact that someone wants to go after an amendment that clearly says " shall not be infringed" is a little worrisome. What's next? The first amendment? Then little ol topic would be outlawed. Then how would some of you try to push your own little, unfruitful agendas?? I say leave the constitution alone!!!!
bufu

Bonnots Mill, MO

#51 Jan 8, 2013
Firearms are regulated right now. Myself and many, many others want more regulation.
1911-A1

Sikeston, MO

#52 Jan 8, 2013
And it nuts
1911-A1

Sikeston, MO

#53 Jan 8, 2013
The only people who will follow any new laws and rules are the legal gun owner. What will you do about the nut job who steals a gun?????????? What will you do then ?????????
scott henderson

Cape Girardeau, MO

#54 Jan 8, 2013
Tell me again how criminals follow the laws?
bufu

Bonnots Mill, MO

#55 Jan 8, 2013
I haven't said anything about criminals following the law. As you may or may not know, society fights against crime, not to the extent that crimes ends but to the extent of trying to make the nation a better place to live. It's the same with firearm regulation.
1911-A1

Sikeston, MO

#56 Jan 8, 2013
bufu wrote:
I haven't said anything about criminals following the law. As you may or may not know, society fights against crime, not to the extent that crimes ends but to the extent of trying to make the nation a better place to live. It's the same with firearm regulation.
No it is not. If all of y'all ya e your way only the legal gun owner will suffer.
Guest

United States

#57 Jan 8, 2013
1911-A1 wrote:
<quoted text>No it is not. If all of y'all ya e your way only the legal gun owner will suffer.
Did you really just use the word "y'all" in a sentence that you expected to be taken seriously?
guest

United States

#58 Jan 8, 2013
The way I understood the news this morning is Obama is getting stores like Walmart to back him up. One of the things he wants is that no gun can pass from one owner to another once you have bought it.

This will increase sales at stores and does away with gun shows. It makes it easier for the government to track guns.
Tax Man

Pflugerville, TX

#60 Jan 9, 2013
guest wrote:
The way I understood the news this morning is Obama is getting stores like Walmart to back him up. One of the things he wants is that no gun can pass from one owner to another once you have bought it.
This will increase sales at stores and does away with gun shows. It makes it easier for the government to track guns.
You have a link for that?
1911-A1

Sikeston, MO

#61 Jan 14, 2013

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