“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#664 Jan 9, 2013
Kosmik wrote:
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I believe Bush was on vacation about 42% of the time during his first term and slightly less during his second.
There's hardly a comparison.
And it cost...what?

“Larchmont's Leading Citizen”

Since: Dec 12

Hilliard, OH

#665 Jan 9, 2013
Kosmik wrote:
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Thanks for driving home mine a few others point. You don't have the intestinal fortitude to face a confrontation, let alone an armed one. For all of the loud clicking you've done today, your final answer is you'll hide them, lie and cower in your basement.
George, as I said country dwelling veterans have nothing in common with you and they would rather shoot you than defend your whiny butt.
Goodbye, Kosmik. You're now the enemy. You seem to think you know it all and that all veterans are rural and government pawns.
You're wrong.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#667 Jan 9, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Game. Set. Match.
You're a leftist. Period.
You're down to a half an oar in the water. Your praising communists, refusing to acknowledge that they fired on us and we did nothing but gripe and you're calling me a leftie?

Re-read, you're on record praising communists who allied themselves with Stalin. Is Lenin one of your heroes as well?
Pale Rider

AOL

#668 Jan 9, 2013
That was meant for the old goat and Boast III. Not you Kosmik.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#669 Jan 9, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>And it cost...what?
Um, attacks on the country by radicals, unfunded wars to the tune of approx.$1.5 trillion,$180 billion bailout to AIG who is now suing the government because their interest rates deprived shareholders of profits. Let's see, their horrible, misguided gambling cost their shareholders what?

Not being on the ball and in office cost us trillions.

Since: Sep 10

Columbus, OH

#670 Jan 9, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Goodbye, Kosmik. You're now the enemy. You seem to think you know it all and that all veterans are rural and government pawns.
You're wrong.
While you cower behind your keyboard and make empty threats against our government, sure I'm your enemy. If you had the nads, which you don't, to try to take action, patriots, who are well armed and proficient won't be on your side.

I guess you're siding with the decision to not prosecute HSBC for their money laundering, dealings with Iran and other terrorist organizations.

If there is any type of revolt, what will it matter to you? You'll be a non-participant.

Just gauging from your wrong election predictions, your thoughts on this are just as misguided.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#673 Jan 10, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>With attorneys and psychologists from both sides, how would that happen?
In DR court, the respondant is lined up against a GAL, rarely an impartial figure,
Why do you always make it sound like you didn't have an attorney in your divorce? That's weird. You had an attorney in your divorce and you cry about the lack of due process you perceived. The "crazy" person will be going up against the government. A much more difficult task than facing a GAL.

That's a lot of money your going to be spending there, Fred. Two lawyers. Two psychologists. Pretty pricey.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#674 Jan 10, 2013
Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>Goodbye, Kosmik. You're now the enemy. You seem to think you know it all and that all veterans are rural and government pawns.
You're wrong.
True American sentiment there. Someone disagrees with The Almighty Fred and they are deemed "the enemy."
VADoc

United States

#675 Jan 10, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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You haven't said that if the law is passed you are going to follow it until it is reviewed by the courts to determine whether it is constitutional or not. That would be a much different response than revolution. But if the court finds the restrictions to be constitutional, than that illegal gun of yours will be no different than a rock of crack.
You claiming to be a lawyer can keep badgering them all you want, but none of them are going to play into your little game of saying something construed as a threat and incriminating themselves. You know the whole 5th amendment.

“Don't trust the internet!”

Since: Jan 12

Location hidden

#676 Jan 10, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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So you want to build a bunch of state hospitals and let government psychiatrists decide who should go in them against their will and for how long they have to stay?
I nominate George. He has dangerous revolutionary delusions.
Hugh Victor Thompson IV

Delaware, OH

#677 Jan 10, 2013
Pale Rider wrote:
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Hello old man III? Just when in the Hell do you ever quit arguing, and start agreeing with people that have a valid point, especially people that support VP Biden And our great President?
Now what are you going to do, when the President, gets a law that agrees with Stanley McChrystal: Gun Control Requires 'Serious Action?'
My daddy loves to argue. He's an ASS but he's my daddy.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#678 Jan 10, 2013
VADoc wrote:
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You claiming to be a lawyer can keep badgering them all you want, but none of them are going to play into your little game of saying something construed as a threat and incriminating themselves. You know the whole 5th amendment.
That's fine. Then they should also bag the revolution bravado. That's all. All I have been doing is asking them what they mean by their vague innuendo. I think it has been pretty well established. These guys are a bunch of candy ass big mouths who, when and if the time comes, will either submit quietly or hide.

Since: Oct 10

Location hidden

#679 Jan 10, 2013
VADoc wrote:
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You claiming to be a lawyer can keep badgering them all you want, but none of them are going to play into your little game of saying something construed as a threat and incriminating themselves. You know the whole 5th amendment.
Che is an idiot and possibly a plant. But I agree with you in that this is public and some talks should be private.
Register, doc, so I can PM you.
VADoc

Duluth, GA

#680 Jan 10, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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That's fine. Then they should also bag the revolution bravado. That's all. All I have been doing is asking them what they mean by their vague innuendo. I think it has been pretty well established. These guys are a bunch of candy ass big mouths who, when and if the time comes, will either submit quietly or hide.
I can't speak for anyone including them, but I can tell you I've met enough pro gun former vets in my time shooting in competitions all over this country and also working in the VA system to know that if this country tries to do what happened in Australia or Great Britain, it will lead to bloodshed. If you follow how many people are buying up guns and ammo in this country, it sounds like they are preparing for war.

Things could get very bad very quickly. And I know you say they will not take our guns, but it's already happened in this country. During Katrina New Orleans seized firearms from citizens and they could not protect themselves from looters. The NRA was successful in helping these citizens win a lawsuit for this.

All it takes is one big disaster or terrorist attack and the government can declare martial law and go grabbing guns. That might be the type of event you keep asking about that might light the powder keg.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#681 Jan 10, 2013
Seriouslady wrote:
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Che is an idiot and possibly a plant. But I agree with you in that this is public and some talks should be private.
Register, doc, so I can PM you.
Oooooooh. A plant. How scary. What are you paranoid freaks so afraid of?
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#682 Jan 10, 2013
VADoc wrote:
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I can't speak for anyone including them, but I can tell you I've met enough pro gun former vets in my time shooting in competitions all over this country and also working in the VA system to know that if this country tries to do what happened in Australia or Great Britain, it will lead to bloodshed. If you follow how many people are buying up guns and ammo in this country, it sounds like they are preparing for war.
Things could get very bad very quickly. And I know you say they will not take our guns, but it's already happened in this country. During Katrina New Orleans seized firearms from citizens and they could not protect themselves from looters. The NRA was successful in helping these citizens win a lawsuit for this.
All it takes is one big disaster or terrorist attack and the government can declare martial law and go grabbing guns. That might be the type of event you keep asking about that might light the powder keg.
You guys generate all these wild scenarios to be so afraid of. I bet you were hunkered down in your basement on Dec 21 just in case the Mayans were right.

There won't be a revolution. There won't be mass resistance. That takes effort and commitment and I don't believe very many of you are willing to leave your cushy lives to do that. At worst, there will be some lunatics who bunker themselves in their homes and have standoffs with police. Which leads right to my original comment that started this whole discussion: Some of you are going to end up dead or in prison because of your conspiracy theory paranoia.
VADoc

Duluth, GA

#683 Jan 10, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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You guys generate all these wild scenarios to be so afraid of. I bet you were hunkered down in your basement on Dec 21 just in case the Mayans were right.
There won't be a revolution. There won't be mass resistance. That takes effort and commitment and I don't believe very many of you are willing to leave your cushy lives to do that. At worst, there will be some lunatics who bunker themselves in their homes and have standoffs with police. Which leads right to my original comment that started this whole discussion: Some of you are going to end up dead or in prison because of your conspiracy theory paranoia.
Ok ill pose a question to you. Lets say the government tomorrow said you no longer have the 4th and 5th amendment. What would you do? How about the 1st amendment? Would you submit or fight back?

Yes if the government tries a gun grab by circumventing the constitution people will die. I have doubt about it. This isn't Europe. A lot of citizens (veterans) will not blindly let this country take their rights away.

My plan if they take my guns away? Probably move to Switzerland or another country where I can own my weapons. Central america is rather nice in several countries ive been to. If this country removes the 2nd amendment then tyranny and removal of other rights are surely following. That means this country would become a place I wouldn't want to live in. So I would probably leave.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#684 Jan 10, 2013
VADoc wrote:
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Ok ill pose a question to you. Lets say the government tomorrow said you no longer have the 4th and 5th amendment. What would you do? How about the 1st amendment? Would you submit or fight back?
Yes if the government tries a gun grab by circumventing the constitution people will die. I have doubt about it. This isn't Europe. A lot of citizens (veterans) will not blindly let this country take their rights away.
My plan if they take my guns away? Probably move to Switzerland or another country where I can own my weapons. Central america is rather nice in several countries ive been to. If this country removes the 2nd amendment then tyranny and removal of other rights are surely following. That means this country would become a place I wouldn't want to live in. So I would probably leave.
That's all great except for one little problem. Nobody is going to take away the 2d amendment.
VADoc

United States

#685 Jan 10, 2013
Che Reagan Christ wrote:
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That's all great except for one little problem. Nobody is going to take away the 2d amendment.
No they will just circumvent it anyway they can.

Hence discussing executive orders, the nuclear rule, etc.

Now please answer my question.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#686 Jan 10, 2013
VADoc wrote:
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No they will just circumvent it anyway they can.
Hence discussing executive orders, the nuclear rule, etc.
Now please answer my question.
I don't deal in fantasy or science fiction.

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