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Nicodemus One 22

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A West Virginia teen arrested and accused of nearly inciting a riot after a confrontation with a teacher over his National Rifle Association t-shirt has inspired dozens of students across his county to wear similar apparel in solidarity.
Jared Marcum, 14, had a confrontation Thursday with a Logan Middle School teacher over his NRA t-shirt, which bears the organization's logo, along with an image of a hunting rifle and the phrase, "Protect your right."

Marcum was eventually arrested and taken away by police after refusing to remove the shirt. White said that when police told the teen they were going to arrest him, he stuck his hands out and said, "Fine."

This kids a "True Patriot"!!!!
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Nicodemus One 22 wrote:
http://news.yahoo.com/w-va-tee n-arrested-almost-012034855.ht ml
A West Virginia teen arrested and accused of nearly inciting a riot after a confrontation with a teacher over his National Rifle Association t-shirt has inspired dozens of students across his county to wear similar apparel in solidarity.
Jared Marcum, 14, had a confrontation Thursday with a Logan Middle School teacher over his NRA t-shirt, which bears the organization's logo, along with an image of a hunting rifle and the phrase, "Protect your right."
Marcum was eventually arrested and taken away by police after refusing to remove the shirt. White said that when police told the teen they were going to arrest him, he stuck his hands out and said, "Fine."
This kids a "True Patriot"!!!!
There are rules on what you can wear on school grounds. If it is considered disruptive then they can ask him to remove it or turn it inside out. He violated the rules, and refused to corporate with school officials'. I don't consider that being a "Patriot", I consider it to be stupid. He was just some kid who was looking for attention or trouble. Lock him up and make the parent dress their kids for school appropriately. No matter what your opinions are you don't go looking for trouble when there is already enough trouble in the schools and shootings.
Nicodemus One 22

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Apr 23, 2013
 
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There are rules on what you can wear on school grounds. If it is considered disruptive then they can ask him to remove it or turn it inside out. He violated the rules, and refused to corporate with school officials'. I don't consider that being a "Patriot", I consider it to be stupid. He was just some kid who was looking for attention or trouble. Lock him up and make the parent dress their kids for school appropriately. No matter what your opinions are you don't go looking for trouble when there is already enough trouble in the schools and shootings.
This kids awareness of what the government is trying to do to our 2nd amendments rights under the Constitution of The United States of America and his willingness to show his Patriotism for the 2nd ammendment for this country and the highest laws in the land, again "The Constitution of The United States of America" makes him a Patriot in my eyes and most likely the majority of America who can grasp the bigger picture in regards to the government false flagging the citizens with bogus terrorist threat and crime with guns to strip us of our constitutional rights. People are afraid that once the government takes an inch with the Constitution it will eventually cost us The People a mile. Just like the British tried to do to Militias at the beginning of the American Revolutionary War
June 8, 1789, during the first session of Congress. The initial proposed passage relating to arms was:

The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed; a well armed and well regulated militia being the best security of a free country but no person religiously scrupulous of bearing arms shall be compelled to render military service in person.

In United States v. Cruikshank, 92 U.S. 542 (1875), the Supreme Court ruled that "[t]he right to bear arms is not granted by the Constitution; neither is it in any manner dependent upon that instrument for its existence. The Second Amendments means no more than that it shall not be infringed by Congress, and has no other effect than to restrict the powers of the National Government."

And as far as this kid violating the rules the article states he was not. There was no evidence from the first period of school until the 5th period when the teacher who was obviously reacting to the shirt from his own agenda told him to take it off or turn it inside out.

Your saying he is breaking the rules and is a criminal for expressing his constitutional rights of freedom of speech by supporting unlawful modification by the federal government of this Nations 2nd Amendment Constitutional rights to bear arms.

British Tyranny felt the same way and held the same contempt as you are holding for this young man by viewing him as a criminal. Also Im sure at the time Britain looked at George Washington, Benjamin Franklin to name a very few from the 13 Colonies who stood up for what they believed. Which is everything in the US Constitution. 13 Colonies fighting a giant. I have to say I am PROUD of this kid for what he had the gaul to do. And thats why I said I thought of him as a HERO and PATRIOT. Thats the same fiber that Im sure our founding fathers displayed when confronted with a much larger foe (Britain).

I have to say I am proud to call this young man a Patriot! I cant say the same for you and your veiws. Actually I am a bit shocked and scared.
Nicodemus One 22

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Apr 23, 2013
 
If you don't stand for something you'll fall for anything!!!
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Apr 23, 2013
 
Nicodemus One 22 wrote:
If you don't stand for something you'll fall for anything!!!
I 110% agree with all of your comments. As for the other poster, he/she just wants to shield their child from everything and make him/her believe everything's all sunshine & rainbows in life. Cut the cord already. Your kid will find out sooner or later how fkd up our government is, and will only get worse. Good luck with that!
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<quoted text> I 110% agree with all of your comments. As for the other poster, he/she just wants to shield their child from everything and make him/her believe everything's all sunshine & rainbows in life. Cut the cord already. Your kid will find out sooner or later how fkd up our government is, and will only get worse. Good luck with that!
Don't you want everything to be sunshine and rainbows? Or do you hope to get your money's worth out of your bug out bag?
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Nicodemus One 22 wrote:
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This kids awareness of what the government is trying to do to our 2nd amendments rights under the Constitution of The United States of America and his willingness to show his Patriotism for the 2nd ammendment for this country and the highest laws in the land, again "The Constitution of The United States of America" makes him a Patriot in my eyes and most likely the majority of America who can grasp the bigger picture in regards to the government false flagging the citizens with bogus terrorist threat and crime with guns to strip us of our constitutional rights. People are afraid that once the government takes an inch with the Constitution it will eventually cost us The People a mile. Just like the British tried to do to Militias at the beginning of the American Revolutionary War
June 8, 1789, during the first session of Congress. The initial proposed passage relating to arms was:
The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed; a well armed and well regulated militia being the best security of a free country but no person religiously scrupulous of bearing arms shall be compelled to render military service in person.
In United States v. Cruikshank, 92 U.S. 542 (1875), the Supreme Court ruled that "[t]he right to bear arms is not granted by the Constitution; neither is it in any manner dependent upon that instrument for its existence. The Second Amendments means no more than that it shall not be infringed by Congress, and has no other effect than to restrict the powers of the National Government."
And as far as this kid violating the rules the article states he was not. There was no evidence from the first period of school until the 5th period when the teacher who was obviously reacting to the shirt from his own agenda told him to take it off or turn it inside out.
Your saying he is breaking the rules and is a criminal for expressing his constitutional rights of freedom of speech by supporting unlawful modification by the federal government of this Nations 2nd Amendment Constitutional rights to bear arms.
British Tyranny felt the same way and held the same contempt as you are holding for this young man by viewing him as a criminal. Also Im sure at the time Britain looked at George Washington, Benjamin Franklin to name a very few from the 13 Colonies who stood up for what they believed. Which is everything in the US Constitution. 13 Colonies fighting a giant. I have to say I am PROUD of this kid for what he had the gaul to do. And thats why I said I thought of him as a HERO and PATRIOT. Thats the same fiber that Im sure our founding fathers displayed when confronted with a much larger foe (Britain).
I have to say I am proud to call this young man a Patriot! I cant say the same for you and your veiws. Actually I am a bit shocked and scared.
The 2nd amendment was written over 200 yrs. ago when a gun was as important as a car is today. A gun was needed to hunt food, defend the land that the owner staked, and protect him, or her selves from thieves, angry native Americans, and soldiers from the other side. No good person is going to loose their guns!

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There are rules on what you can wear on school grounds. If it is considered disruptive then they can ask him to remove it or turn it inside out. He violated the rules, and refused to corporate with school officials'. I don't consider that being a "Patriot", I consider it to be stupid. He was just some kid who was looking for attention or trouble. Lock him up and make the parent dress their kids for school appropriately. No matter what your opinions are you don't go looking for trouble when there is already enough trouble in the schools and shootings.
You are a socialist puke. That kid has more balls than your whole liberal fairy club.
Nicodemus One 22

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Maybe wrote:
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The 2nd amendment was written over 200 yrs. ago when a gun was as important as a car is today. A gun was needed to hunt food, defend the land that the owner staked, and protect him, or her selves from thieves, angry native Americans, and soldiers from the other side. No good person is going to loose their guns!
Put down whatever propaganda brainwashing newspaper you think is informing you about what the lying system wants to lead you to believe is going on in the nation and the world. How much crap can u ingest before u puke unless your system cant tell the difference.

You are living beneficially from the fruits of this great nation and The Constitution which was set in place to govern us as a nation. Actually we all are living beneficially from it. This was not set up by chance but by people "Patriots" of this great nation, who risked everything they had, their lives their children lives, families, other men's lives in order to free ourselves from oppression. So that future generations could live free and prosper by they way the forefathers of OUR nation intended for our country to grow and develop and prosper. With the intentions for each person of this country to have rights and freedoms and liberties. Who are you to say otherwise and be soo Obtuse in regards to something "The US Constitution" and how this government plans to break the law and try and modify it. FYI The US Constitution is the highest law in the land.

Every true history must force us to remember that the past was once as real as the present and as uncertain as the future.
-- George Macaulay Trevelyan

So we should just let the government break the law and do whatever they want to the constitution? Do you have any real insight into this or are we just throwing poohp on the wall and seeing which way it slides down? Please I'm anxious for your insight.
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Nicodemus One 22

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Maybe wrote:
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The 2nd amendment was written over 200 yrs. ago when a gun was as important as a car is today. A gun was needed to hunt food, defend the land that the owner staked, and protect him, or her selves from thieves, angry native Americans, and soldiers from the other side. No good person is going to loose their guns!
Well they way you are swaying one thing is for sure the BAD GUYS (The Goverment) arent going to loose their guns. The Good Guys (Us) are slowly going to loose them. Which as I already stated is the same thing that happened before the American Revolutionary War when Britain tryed to pass laws to take away guns from citizens in the 13 colonies during British rule. Hence that BS set off the American Revolutionary War. In turn forming this great Nation and giving us the right to bear arms under the 2nd Amendment of the US Constitution. U seeing the BIG picture now sparky? Dont worry though you will still have your car and can head to the local grocery store for a box of Crunch and Munch. Wow man, with your mentality u must have criminals following u around "Herbing" u... That means taking advantage of u. On second thought go down and please surrender your gun(s). I dont want u on my team
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The 2nd amendment was written over 200 yrs. ago when a gun was as important as a car is today. A gun was needed to hunt food, defend the land that the owner staked, and protect him, or her selves from thieves, angry native Americans, and soldiers from the other side. No good person is going to loose their guns!
The same basic reasons still exist today.
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There are rules on what you can wear on school grounds. If it is considered disruptive then they can ask him to remove it or turn it inside out. He violated the rules, and refused to corporate with school officials'. I don't consider that being a "Patriot", I consider it to be stupid. He was just some kid who was looking for attention or trouble. Lock him up and make the parent dress their kids for school appropriately. No matter what your opinions are you don't go looking for trouble when there is already enough trouble in the schools and shootings.
Do you really believe that boy was intent on causing harm? It seems to me the Teacher should have been removed from his job, except in the socialist world of education that is avoided by tenure. I will stand with that boy anytime.

HE WHO WOULD SACRIFICE LIBERTY FOR SAFETY DESERVES NEITHER
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Proud Patriot wrote:
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The same basic reasons still exist today.
LIVE FREE OR DIE
You are a TOTAL IDIOT! YOu should NOT be allowed to OWN a GUN!
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a 14 year old doesn't need to wear clothes sporting firearms. let the adults handle it. yeah like we need our teenagers getting involved with supporting the right to arms! where's the rock tee shirts or tye dyes lol
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True patriot at 14? Give me a break. How stupid parents are to instill this in his head. Who bought him the shirt and allowed him to wear it to school? He's 14 not away from home living at 28. That's what he gets and I hope his parents will wake up. Believe in what you will buy stop forcing your nonsense on your children. Especially with all the killings at schools going on. I have a 13 year old and would never let them wear that or force it on them. By the way I do own guns not against this at all.(just not for children)
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The school and "officials" were citing the riot, the kids did nothing. Once again it was the government's fault. The kid's did nothing but wear a shirt, the government blew it out of proportion or made a big deal about it, your not following the indoctrinated way's how dare you oppose, watch this, then the government incite's a riot and blame's kid's for wearing a shirt. Government does more harm than good.
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SOON ALL SPEECH WILL BE TAKEN AWAY
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The school and "officials" were citing the riot, the kids did nothing. Once again it was the government's fault. The kid's did nothing but wear a shirt, the government blew it out of proportion or made a big deal about it, your not following the indoctrinated way's how dare you oppose, watch this, then the government incite's a riot and blame's kid's for wearing a shirt. Government does more harm than good.
You must be on some GOOD DRUGS! Do you see little green men running around their spaceship tooo!
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MARTIAL LAW WILL BE IMPOSED
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<quoted text>You are a socialist puke. That kid has more balls than your whole liberal fairy club.
Hey puke? What's up with that KY? What do you think Rules are for? They apply to everyone and I support the right of people to express themselves, and the 2 amendment. However, I do not believe wearing a shirt or clothes that may be disruptive in school is they way to get your point across. You remember RFA back when we went, and anything disruptive meant a call home. Don't get me wrong some of those clothes the girls wore were hot, but it can cause problems in a classroom. I can tell you from personal experience in a classroom it does not take much to set people off. That's all I am say. Maybe I could have said it better before, but having had the experiences I had in a classroom just pisses me off, and they of course blame the teacher. No doubt they could have solved the problem better, but shit happens.

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