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Guns & Ammo article enrages loyal readers, leads to apologies and lost jobs

There are 43 comments on the Examiner.com story from Nov 11, 2013, titled Guns & Ammo article enrages loyal readers, leads to apologies and lost jobs. In it, Examiner.com reports that:

Guns & Ammo writer Dick Metcalf was axed for his pro-gun control column in the December issue; Editor Jim Bequette also stepped down.

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“shall NOT be infringed”

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#1 Nov 11, 2013
Perhaps now the traitors will understand that "The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms shall NOT be infringed" means precisely that which was written.

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#2 Nov 11, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
Perhaps now the traitors will understand that "The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms shall NOT be infringed" means precisely that which was written.
Not one person in this forum thought for a minute you'd keep your word, Welcher.

“shall NOT be infringed”

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Phoenix

#3 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Not one person in this forum thought for a minute you'd keep your word, Welcher.
U.S. Constitution, Article II of Amendment, "Restrictive" clause:

"The Right of the People to Keep and Bear Arms shall NOT be infringed."

Why are you and your fellow treasonous trolls crying and screaming to have our right infringed upon? Why do you perversely use deflective BS in the vain attempt to draw people away from the MAIN topic at hand? What do you hope to gain from your vile side-stepping ploys? How much are your 'masters' paying you to betray your fellow citizens?

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#4 Nov 11, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
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U.S. Constitution, Article II of Amendment
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Vikings: Spam spam spam spam...

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“shall NOT be infringed”

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#5 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Waitress:Well, there's egg and bacon; egg sausage and bacon; egg and spam; egg bacon and spam; egg bacon sausage and spam; spam bacon sausage and spam; spam egg spam spam bacon and spam; spam sausage spam spam bacon spam tomato and spam...
Vikings: Spam spam spam spam...
Waitress:...spam spam spam egg and spam; spam spam spam spam spam spam baked beans spam spam spam...
Vikings: Spam! Lovely spam! Lovely spam!
"...The Slave power, by its fast and subservient friend the Democratic party, has, on a National high way, by force deprived private citizens of the nation of their property without any compensation and without any cause. It has submerged in the Missouri and Kansas rivers, printing presses because they advocated freedom of speech--it has tarred and feathered ministers of the gospel who have proclaimed the sins of Slavery, and has deprived American citizens of their right of suffrage; their right to bear and keep arms; it has deprived them of their National rights, and this in the name of Democracy and "Law and Order."

"These usages have not been confined to the Slave States, where all persons are compelled to bow to slavery--the house-hold god of the present Democracy...."

- Holmes County Republican, Millersburg, Holmes County, Ohio, Thursday, October 23, 1856. Vol. 1 No. 9. Pg. 1.

Guns are not the Problem -- Democrats are the Problem
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#6 Nov 11, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
October 23, 1856
Waitress:...or Lobster Thermidor a Crevette with a mornay sauce served in a Provencale manner with shallots and aubergines garnished with truffle pate, brandy and with a fried egg on top

... and spam...

“shall NOT be infringed”

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#7 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Waitress:...or Lobster Thermidor a Crevette with a mornay sauce served in a Provencale manner with shallots and aubergines garnished with truffle pate, brandy and with a fried egg on top
... and spam...
Chaplain Oscar J. W. Scott brought the thanks of the commanding officer at Fort Wright for the pleasant time the officers and men had spent in this community and he delivered an eloquent address, in which he recited the needs of Negro soldiers, who, he said, had been conspicuous for loyalty and valor in every war since independence was declared.

"And yet it is often said, when the question of the Negro is mentioned." said the chaplain, "that the Negro is now "on trial' and must stand this or that test. I'd like to know what more is necessary to pass these tests, and I am here to say that I belong to a bunch of men who can and will pass every test."

In referring to the possibility of disbanding the Negro regiments he said:

"We know that when you take from us the right to bear arms for our country it will not be far from taking from us all the other rights of citizens and making us slaves again, for it is the highest right of the citizen to bear arms."

- The Seattle Republican, "Must The Colored Soldiers Go", Friday, January 10, 1913 Volume XIV, Number 43, Pg. 4.

“shall NOT be infringed”

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#8 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Waitress:...or Lobster Thermidor a Crevette with a mornay sauce served in a Provencale manner with shallots and aubergines garnished with truffle pate, brandy and with a fried egg on top
... and spam...
"...The people of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the people of every State of this Union, came it in the full possession and fruition of all these rights. We did not constitute this Government as the means of acquiring new rights, but for the protection of old ones, which nature had conferred upon us; which the constitution rightly regards as pre existing rights; and as to which all the constitution does is to provide that these rights neither you, nor any power on earth, shall alter, abrogate, or abridge. They are rights of Heaven's own giving. We hold them by the supreme tenure of revolution. We hold them by the dread arbitrament of battle. We hold them by the concession of a higher and broader charter than all the constitutions in the land--the free donation of the eternal God, when made us to be men. These, the cardinal principles of human freedom, he has implanted in us, and placed them before and behind and around us, for our guard and guidance, like the cloud by day and the pillar of fire by night, which led the Israelites through the desert. It is a liberty, native, inborn, original, underived, imprescriptible; and acknowledged in the constitution itself, as pre-eminently before and above the constitution.... " [Pg. 1644]

"...I had occasion, the last winter, to express my views on the general subject of the right of petition. They remain without change. And I can but repeat my conviction, that this, like the liberty of conscience and the press, is not a right given by the constitution, but original right of the constituent people of the United States, and one which they never parted with, but in their compacts of political fellowship expressly saved from all abridgment and limitation forever...."--Mr. Caleb Cushing, Feb. 7, 1837, House of Representatives.[GALES & SEATON'S REGISTER OF DEBATES IN CONGRESS. Pg. 1645]

(Caleb Cushing, Jan. 17, 1800 Jan. 2, 1879, was an American diplomat, U.S. Congressman, an associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and 23rd U.S. Attorney General.)
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#9 Nov 11, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
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"...The people of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the people of every State of this Union, came it in the full possession and fruition of all these rights. We did not constitute this Government as the means of acquiring new rights, but for the protection of old ones, which nature had conferred upon us; which the constitution rightly regards as pre existing rights; and as to which all the constitution does is to provide that these rights neither you, nor any power on earth, shall alter, abrogate, or abridge. They are rights of Heaven's own giving. We hold them by the supreme tenure of revolution. We hold them by the dread arbitrament of battle. We hold them by the concession of a higher and broader charter than all the constitutions in the land--the free donation of the eternal God, when made us to be men. These, the cardinal principles of human freedom, he has implanted in us, and placed them before and behind and around us, for our guard and guidance, like the cloud by day and the pillar of fire by night, which led the Israelites through the desert. It is a liberty, native, inborn, original, underived, imprescriptible; and acknowledged in the constitution itself, as pre-eminently before and above the constitution.... " [Pg. 1644]
"...I had occasion, the last winter, to express my views on the general subject of the right of petition. They remain without change. And I can but repeat my conviction, that this, like the liberty of conscience and the press, is not a right given by the constitution, but original right of the constituent people of the United States, and one which they never parted with, but in their compacts of political fellowship expressly saved from all abridgment and limitation forever...."--Mr. Caleb Cushing, Feb. 7, 1837, House of Representatives.[GALES & SEATON'S REGISTER OF DEBATES IN CONGRESS. Pg. 1645]
(Caleb Cushing, Jan. 17, 1800 Jan. 2, 1879, was an American diplomat, U.S. Congressman, an associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and 23rd U.S. Attorney General.)
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#10 Nov 11, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
<January 10, 1913
Waitress: Shut up! Bloody Vikings! You can't have egg bacon spam and sausage without the spam.

“shall NOT be infringed”

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#11 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Waitress: Shut up! Bloody Vikings! You can't have egg bacon spam and sausage without the spam.
"...From 3000 to 4000 foreigners, chiefly from South American ports, are supposed to arrive in California every week. There is great complaint at the Mines and in all the growing out of the immense number of foreigners. They outnumber the Americans ten to one, in the mining districts, and their demeanor is correspondingly overbearing. A Native American Association is to be formed, and upon the arrival of large bodies of Americans, who were understood to have sailed from various parts of the United States during the months of January and February, they were determined to drive foreigner out of the country, at every hazard.--The Americans are far better armed than the foreigners, nearly all of them having revolvers and other arms, and being superior to them in physical and mental qualities...."

"...Think of the fisheries, the quarrries, the mines, and all the machinery and apparatus for working them. Think of the forts and arsenals and armories and their contents, and of all the various kinds of arms and weapons distributed among the people. Think of the edifices devoted to religion, to legislation and justice, and to the education of the people. Think of the piles erected for the abode of learning, the apparatus and cabinets, and the libraries.--And last of all--not to say least of all--think of the banks, and all the gold and silver in their vaults, and the gold and silver coin in circulation.

"In this way--by some such recollection and summing up of particulars, you may begin to form some idea of the wealth existing in New England now, compared with the wealth which existed within the same territorial limits two hundred and fifty years ago." [Pg. 226 "New England as it was and as it is."]

[THE WESTERN LITERARY MESSENGER A FAMILY MAGAZINE LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART, MORALITY AND GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. VOLUME XII. EDITED BY J. CLEMENT. BUFFALO: JEWETT, THOMAS & CO. PUBLISHERS, Commercial Advertiser Buildings. 1849.]

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#12 Nov 11, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
1849.
ALEXANDER HAMILTON TO JOHN LAURENS

[April, 1779]

Cold in my professions warm in my friendships I wish, my Dear Laurens,
it were in my power, by actions rather than words, to convince you that I love
you. I shall only tell you that 'till you bade us Adieu, I hardly knew the value
you had taught my heart to set upon you. Indeed, my friend, it was not well
done. You know the opinion I entertain of mankind, and how much it is my
desire to preserve myself free from particular attachments, and to keep my
happiness independent of the caprice of others. You should not have taken
advantage of my sensibility, to steal into my affections without my consent.
But as you have done it, and as we are generally indulgent to those we love,
I shall not scruple to pardon the fraud you have committed, on one condition;
that for my sake, if not for your own, you will always continue to merit the
partiality, which you have so artfully instilled into me....

“shall NOT be infringed”

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Phoenix

#14 Nov 27, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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ALEXANDER HAMILTON TO JOHN LAURENS
[April, 1779]
Cold in my professions warm in my friendships I wish, my Dear Laurens,
it were in my power, by actions rather than words, to convince you that I love
you. I shall only tell you that 'till you bade us Adieu, I hardly knew the value
you had taught my heart to set upon you. Indeed, my friend, it was not well
done. You know the opinion I entertain of mankind, and how much it is my
desire to preserve myself free from particular attachments, and to keep my
happiness independent of the caprice of others. You should not have taken
advantage of my sensibility, to steal into my affections without my consent.
But as you have done it, and as we are generally indulgent to those we love,
I shall not scruple to pardon the fraud you have committed, on one condition;
that for my sake, if not for your own, you will always continue to merit the
partiality, which you have so artfully instilled into me....
Only a vile and sick mind would read 'gay' into that. Which of course tells us exactly what you are.

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#16 Nov 27, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
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Only a vile and sick mind would read 'gay' into that.
Right.

ALEXANDER HAMILTON wrote TO JOHN LAURENS

[April, 1779]

"Cold in my professions warm in my friendships I wish, my Dear Laurens, it were in my power, by actions rather than words, to convince you that I love you. I shall only tell you that 'till you bade us Adieu, I hardly knew the value you had taught my heart to set upon you"

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“shall NOT be infringed”

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Phoenix

#17 Nov 27, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Right.
ALEXANDER HAMILTON wrote TO JOHN LAURENS
[April, 1779]
"Cold in my professions warm in my friendships I wish, my Dear Laurens, it were in my power, by actions rather than words, to convince you that I love you. I shall only tell you that 'till you bade us Adieu, I hardly knew the value you had taught my heart to set upon you"
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"Only a vile and sick mind would read 'gay' into that."

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#18 Nov 28, 2013
"Cold in my professions warm in my friendships I wish, my Dear Laurens, it were in my power, by actions rather than words, to convince you that I love you"

Love letters... and having his buddy stick his Johnson up his azz... seems gay to me.

Of course, maybe it isn't homo enough for you.

“shall NOT be infringed”

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Phoenix

#19 Nov 28, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
"Cold in my professions warm in my friendships I wish, my Dear Laurens, it were in my power, by actions rather than words, to convince you that I love you"
Love letters... and having his buddy stick his Johnson up his azz... seems gay to me.
Of course, maybe it isn't homo enough for you.
"Only a vile[, perverse] and sick mind would read 'gay' into that."

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#21 Nov 28, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
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"Only a vile[, perverse] and sick mind would read 'gay' into that."
When one guy writes to another guy and tells him he loves him...(regularly)

And that is putting aside the same guy plugged him regularly while they shared a tent in Valley Forge.

At least those of us that speak English.

“shall NOT be infringed”

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Phoenix

#22 Nov 28, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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When one guy writes to another guy and tells him he loves him...(regularly)
And that is putting aside the same guy plugged him regularly while they shared a tent in Valley Forge.
At least those of us that speak English.
WRONG AGAIN, vile and evil troll. Colonel Alexander Hamilton shared a tent with General George Washington. He was the General's senior aide-de-camp, and confidant to General George Washington.

"Only a vile[, perverse] and sick mind would read 'gay' into that."

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#23 Nov 28, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
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WRONG AGAIN, vile and evil troll. Colonel Alexander Hamilton shared a tent with General George Washington.
Some say George Was bi. Certainly has merit.

But of course Washington was the supreme commander and had his own tent- "marquee".

If you served this country, you'd know better to even suggest such a thing.

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