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“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#3729 Feb 21, 2013
OMTE wrote:
I wish IO would come up with a entertaining little story like he has in the past to show you just how stupid you are. I for one am not that creative and only want to slap and shake you to get you to see how stupid you sound. These rich right wing dummies have already destroyed this country and all that is going on now is damage control.
Exactly how many flavors does that koolaid you are mainlining come in?

Obama has done a NUMBER on YOU.(His plan is working. Gotta give him that.)

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#3730 Feb 21, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>That's the smartest dam statement you've made thus far. Bravo. I'm proud of you.
Well, then that makes him one up on YOU.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#3731 Feb 21, 2013
Columbus Native wrote:
<quoted text>I agree with him fully. You need either close friends or family members and defineatelty outside major cities. This may never happen but Congress and the President have a nice comfortable well stocked compound located in the West Virginia mountains. It's been there since the cold war. Off course they will feed themselves well and be surrounded by well armed well fed Marines so they are not to worried if it does happen.
I agree with both of you.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

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#3732 Feb 21, 2013
driving me nuts wrote:
OMTE
Then when you least expect it rush you. The perfect gun for this is a double barrel shotgun. I think Bidens statement was the best advice you could give.
I'm surprised you being from S Ga as I am that you believe a double barrel is perfect weapon for this when you must agree that a shotgun with more shell capcity is better. Heck, I miss the bird on the first shot sometimes and I'm glad I've got at least two more chances and I'm not nervous when I'm shooting a bird. Even better is a shotgun with more than 3 shells in case there's two of 'em.
And all this shoot up in the air business is what I thought was nutty when you've only got 2 shells.
One other thing's for sure, if you shoot someone they better be in your house or you'll have more trouble than you can handle. the word "you" meaning all of us not OMTE specifically.
If I understand the meaning of your last two sentences, you are wrong. The person doesn't have to be in your house. I always thought that, too. In the last gun safety class I took, I asked that specific question. The teacher said if you feel your life is threatened, you can shoot. You don't have to drag that person into your house. It's a myth. If I misunderstood your meaning, sorry.
OMTE

Annandale, MN

#3733 Feb 21, 2013
driving me nuts wrote:
OMTE
Then when you least expect it rush you. The perfect gun for this is a double barrel shotgun. I think Bidens statement was the best advice you could give.
I'm surprised you being from S Ga as I am that you believe a double barrel is perfect weapon for this when you must agree that a shotgun with more shell capcity is better. Heck, I miss the bird on the first shot sometimes and I'm glad I've got at least two more chances and I'm not nervous when I'm shooting a bird. Even better is a shotgun with more than 3 shells in case there's two of 'em.
And all this shoot up in the air business is what I thought was nutty when you've only got 2 shells.
One other thing's for sure, if you shoot someone they better be in your house or you'll have more trouble than you can handle. the word "you" meaning all of us not OMTE specifically.
Yeah, but when you're talking about a child or woman trying to load or pump a shotgun could spell disaster. I shot a doe and a yearling that were about 5ft apart with a double barrel and dropped both of them. If people are rushing my house for food and supplies I'd think that getting in trouble for blasting them down will be the last thing on my mind and I ain't shooting in the air I promise you. Biden was talking to parent magazine. Did you expect him to say hunny go out on the back porch and blast em?
OMTE

Annandale, MN

#3734 Feb 21, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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Exactly how many flavors does that koolaid you are mainlining come in?
Obama has done a NUMBER on YOU.(His plan is working. Gotta give him that.)
When you say koolaid are kinda being racist? I'm just asking?
Bored

Texarkana, TX

#3735 Feb 21, 2013
Informed Opinion wrote:
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Try, just for fun, just try, doing a little research.
Biden is "bullet proof" because he's an honest guy saying honest things.
People love him because he overcame horrible personal tragedies with dignity and courage.
He has been a moral leader by example - not words.
His success as a Father is demonstrated by his son's service to our country.
He has not used the power entrusted to him to amass even a small amount of wealth. After all these years his personal wealth is startlingly small.
You only make yourself smaller when you attack Biden as a person.
Disagree with his positions all you want, but I challenge anyone to show they have demonstrated more selflessness, courage, overcome more personal tragedies, and always been there for family and country.
It's sad when Right Wingers worship war criminal who looted the country, and attack a decent hard-working guy just trying to repair the damage.
Boring.
driving me nuts

United States

#3736 Feb 21, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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If I understand the meaning of your last two sentences, you are wrong. The person doesn't have to be in your house. I always thought that, too. In the last gun safety class I took, I asked that specific question. The teacher said if you feel your life is threatened, you can shoot. You don't have to drag that person into your house. It's a myth. If I misunderstood your meaning, sorry.
you understood it just fine. I wonder if we'd have a problem proving how it was that we felt threatened if a person is shot outside? not planning anything :) but it sure would make me nervous.
Clarify

Young Harris, GA

#3738 Feb 21, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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If I understand the meaning of your last two sentences, you are wrong. The person doesn't have to be in your house. I always thought that, too. In the last gun safety class I took, I asked that specific question. The teacher said if you feel your life is threatened, you can shoot. You don't have to drag that person into your house. It's a myth. If I misunderstood your meaning, sorry.
YOU'D better damn well be able to prove your life was threatened AND that you could not retreat before you go blasting away on the street or even in your front yard in Georgia! If you can't, you can be charged with manslaughter.

FYI - The "Castle Doctrine" applies in Georgia as it does everywhere else, but we do NOT have a "Kill Thy Neighbor" law like Florida.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#3739 Feb 21, 2013
Clarify wrote:
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YOU'D better damn well be able to prove your life was threatened AND that you could not retreat before you go blasting away on the street or even in your front yard in Georgia! If you can't, you can be charged with manslaughter.
FYI - The "Castle Doctrine" applies in Georgia as it does everywhere else, but we do NOT have a "Kill Thy Neighbor" law like Florida.
I'm just telling you what the instructor of the gun safety class told us. The class was held at the Sheriff's Department and some type of law enforcement person taught the class. I asked specifically if it was true that if you shot someone outside the door of your home, should you drag them inside as we've all been told. He said absolutely not. If you feel your life is being threatened, you can shoot. He said nothing about retreating. It's all about feeling threatened. I know that sounds as if that leaves a lot of room for problems, but that is what the class was taught. My guess is that if you are a respectable person and a three times arrested burgler gets shot outside your home, law enforcement is more than likely going to believe your version of the story.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#3740 Feb 21, 2013
OMTE wrote:
<quoted text>When you say koolaid are kinda being racist? I'm just asking?
Well, now THAT'S a new one. lol Koolaid is racist. I must repeat that one to the world at large.
driving me nuts

United States

#3741 Feb 21, 2013
Biden was talking to parent magazine. Did you expect him to say hunny go out on the back porch and blast em?

it's bad advice cause alot of those people don't know didley about a gun so they hear this guy give that kind of advice and they'll be dumb enough to follow it.
And yes that exactly what he should have told "hunny" to do!
Clarify

Young Harris, GA

#3742 Feb 21, 2013
driving me nuts wrote:
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you understood it just fine. I wonder if we'd have a problem proving how it was that we felt threatened if a person is shot outside? not planning anything :) but it sure would make me nervous.
That's a touchy subject. IF a weapon is found (a knife or gun) with his or her prints on it, then you are less likely to have a problem.

Law enforcement has long had an answer to that; they kept an "eraser" under the front seat, a small gun that can't be traced by paperwork. If the person turned out to be unarmed, that weapon was put in his or her cold, dead hand, to put their prints on it, thus saving days of filling out paperwork.

“Liberals are closet raaacists!”

Since: Nov 08

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#3744 Feb 21, 2013
driving me nuts wrote:
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you understood it just fine. I wonder if we'd have a problem proving how it was that we felt threatened if a person is shot outside? not planning anything :) but it sure would make me nervous.
I know. The instructor didn't seem concerned about it. He just said it was a myth that a person had better drag someone inside.

FYI, we also learned that if you hear a strange noise(like a person rumaging around) inside your house, DON'T go looking for whatever is making the noise. You should arm yourself and hide, but not hide so that you CAN'T SEE if an intruder enters the room where you are.(You may already know this. Just passing it on.) Aim for the chest.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#3745 Feb 21, 2013
Fools on board wrote:
All this sounds like the end of the world talk spread by Little Davey, also known as The Mountains Voice. Looks like Little D has changed his name once again and is talking gloom and doom.
My,my. You people have sure been gabbing since I I been away from my computer. Yes, It is really me. I am the real Bigdave1. Now I am beginning to understand how some you people think. You are paranoid and afraid to see factual truths. That is your problem not mine.
If anyone dares to actually think about things that do not fit into your little scheme of small thoughts you all gang up and try to discredit him. This usually has something to do with what Obama did or didn't do or caused or didn't cause. If I happen to think that Obama is causing this country to go into an economic collapse, then that is what I think. If I foresee bad things happening after a collapse, then that is what I think and see. I told you before that I am a realist. I pray that this country will never see such an economic collapse and I hope I am wrong but if things do not change that is what we are in for. It isn't going to happen just because I have written about it! It will be caused by Obama.
America has become a socialist state and I didn't cause that.
Biden is correct about one thing. A shotgun is a mighty mean weapon. They were used in Viet Nam and effectively in the jungles. The M-16, the newer version of the AR-15, used the .223 cartridge. It traveled at a very high velocity and twigs, branches, underbrush, would divert the accuracy of a shot. A shot gun under such conditions especially in close quarters was very effective. Using one in a home is o.k. but having a long barrel is a disadvantage. The barrel should be cut down as far as physically and legally possible for in home combat. BTW I never wanted to give anyone the idea that I was talking about a burglar entering your home. It will be small armies of people swarming your neighbor hood looking for anything that they can use. In that situation a shotgun would be good but you will still be overrun killed by them.
Again I assure you paranoids that This is the only real me. If you don't buy that then so be it.

Since: Jul 12

Douglasville, GA

#3746 Feb 21, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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I know. The instructor didn't seem concerned about it. He just said it was a myth that a person had better drag someone inside.
FYI, we also learned that if you hear a strange noise(like a person rumaging around) inside your house, DON'T go looking for whatever is making the noise. You should arm yourself and hide, but not hide so that you CAN'T SEE if an intruder enters the room where you are.(You may already know this. Just passing it on.) Aim for the chest.
I do know this much. You can not shoot a peeping tom outside your house. If you do you will go to jail.
Clarify

Young Harris, GA

#3748 Feb 21, 2013
Synergy wrote:
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I'm just telling you what the instructor of the gun safety class told us. The class was held at the Sheriff's Department and some type of law enforcement person taught the class. I asked specifically if it was true that if you shot someone outside the door of your home, should you drag them inside as we've all been told. He said absolutely not. If you feel your life is being threatened, you can shoot. He said nothing about retreating. It's all about feeling threatened. I know that sounds as if that leaves a lot of room for problems, but that is what the class was taught. My guess is that if you are a respectable person and a three times arrested burgler gets shot outside your home, law enforcement is more than likely going to believe your version of the story.
Define "feel" and "feeling" threatened because the lead investigator certainly will. He should have said if you ARE being threatened (with a weapon). The law in every state in the Union requires you to retreat as far as you can and if at all possible, before you take a life.
Clarify

Young Harris, GA

#3749 Feb 21, 2013
Synergy wrote:
<quoted text>
I know. The instructor didn't seem concerned about it. He just said it was a myth that a person had better drag someone inside.
FYI, we also learned that if you hear a strange noise(like a person rumaging around) inside your house, DON'T go looking for whatever is making the noise. You should arm yourself and hide, but not hide so that you CAN'T SEE if an intruder enters the room where you are.(You may already know this. Just passing it on.) Aim for the chest.
And the best weapon? Take Joe Biden's advice and get a shotgun! It'll blow out your eardrums and take you a week to replace the damage to your walls, and you'll have to repaint but you'll at least have peace and quiet, especially quiet, while you're working! ;o)
Fools on board

Blairsville, GA

#3750 Feb 21, 2013
Bigdave1 wrote:
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My,my. You people have sure been gabbing since I I been away from my computer. Yes, It is really me. I am the real Bigdave1. Now I am beginning to understand how some you people think. You are paranoid and afraid to see factual truths. That is your problem not mine.
If anyone dares to actually think about things that do not fit into your little scheme of small thoughts you all gang up and try to discredit him. This usually has something to do with what Obama did or didn't do or caused or didn't cause. If I happen to think that Obama is causing this country to go into an economic collapse, then that is what I think. If I foresee bad things happening after a collapse, then that is what I think and see. I told you before that I am a realist. I pray that this country will never see such an economic collapse and I hope I am wrong but if things do not change that is what we are in for. It isn't going to happen just because I have written about it! It will be caused by Obama.
America has become a socialist state and I didn't cause that.
Biden is correct about one thing. A shotgun is a mighty mean weapon. They were used in Viet Nam and effectively in the jungles. The M-16, the newer version of the AR-15, used the .223 cartridge. It traveled at a very high velocity and twigs, branches, underbrush, would divert the accuracy of a shot. A shot gun under such conditions especially in close quarters was very effective. Using one in a home is o.k. but having a long barrel is a disadvantage. The barrel should be cut down as far as physically and legally possible for in home combat. BTW I never wanted to give anyone the idea that I was talking about a burglar entering your home. It will be small armies of people swarming your neighbor hood looking for anything that they can use. In that situation a shotgun would be good but you will still be overrun killed by them.
Again I assure you paranoids that This is the only real me. If you don't buy that then so be it.
Apparently you are the one who is paranoid.

I was not referring to you at all. Those who have been on this forum for a while know who "Little Davey" is - he goes by "The Mountains Voice" or "Mountains Storehouse" or sometimes "Jack" and a hundred other names, no doubt.

There are a few people on here who sound like him. Not you. You're too slow to be Little Davey (and obviously too big).

Since: Jul 12

Lithia Springs, GA

#3751 Feb 21, 2013
Clarify wrote:
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And the best weapon? Take Joe Biden's advice and get a shotgun! It'll blow out your eardrums and take you a week to replace the damage to your walls, and you'll have to repaint but you'll at least have peace and quiet, especially quiet, while you're working! ;o)
I'll take a .45 ACP any day for room to room combat in a home. A wonderful old weapon, especially if worked over by a competent gunsmith. Deadly accurate. Has tremendous knockdown. Won't go into your next door neighbors house.

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