Common sense calls for repeal of second amendment

Apr 30, 2014 Read more: Seattle Times 147
I'll grab a bowl of popcorn & watch as the comments come in. This will be the most commented story this week. Read more
Rambeaux

Philadelphia, PA

#62 May 2, 2014
The 18th Amendment ( Prohibition ) was repealed in 1933. But never, never, never, ever will the 2nd Amendment be gone from the Constitution.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Tokyo, Japan

#63 May 2, 2014
I only support the U.S.
But, you too support this.
(This too is some kind of staged fake show?)

[Youtube]
lorde loyals
https://www.youtube.com/results...

I have one opinion as an American.

Maybach is expensive.(Over $1million)
Ferrari and Rolls-Royce are expensive.(Over $1million?)

Lexus (LS) too is expensive.(around $80-thousand)
Today, Cadillac doesnot have so high-price (around $80-thousand)

Honda NSX is priced aroud $100-thousand.
.
Yes, I know that in 1960s', Cadillac and Rolls-Royce had the highest prices.

But, I want to boo as an American.

Today, GM is a "friendly to people" company.

We are American-99%.
I love the U.S.! I love American-99%!
(I hate Toyota!)
Shinichiro Takizawa

Tokyo, Japan

#64 May 2, 2014
I have NO intention to accuse this song.

But, I am an American.
Japan, Germany and British are worse.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Tokyo, Japan

#65 May 2, 2014
I am sorry that I made errors

Japan, Germany and British are worse.

---->>>>>

Japanese-cars, Germany's cars and British's cars are worse.

I love American-Heavy-Industry.
I love American-car-Industry.
Robbin Hood

Point Pleasant, WV

#67 May 2, 2014
When it says God given right that means everyone should have a gun to protect their life. So we don't become like the Jews and have a chance to fight against/off against what threats us or to fight off from becoming slaves.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Tokyo, Japan

#68 May 2, 2014
In fact, you can buy Cadillac at from $33,065
I love Made-in-U.S.A.-cars.

[MSN AUTOs]
Cadillac Overview
http://autos.msn.com/browse/Cadillac.aspx
CTS Retail price range
$39,495 -$69,070
ATS Retail price range
$33,065 -$48,195
just another guy

Saint Louis, MO

#69 May 3, 2014
Don wrote:
The real gun grabbers are Chucky the putz Schumer and our liar in chief, and the man who is suppose to enforce our laws the know nothing Erick Holder. My parents were democrats for years and when my dad died in 2013 he wouldn't vote because the democrat party he grew up had gone so far to the left that he said he didn't even belive the democrat party had become such a socialized party.
Right on. The demwits are way left. Really anymore though it is more about freedom vs tyranny. There are Rs that support tyranny as well as almost all demwits.

This is what gun control is about.

Shinichiro Takizawa

Koganei, Japan

#70 May 3, 2014
Yes. We need guns.
This is democracy.
I love the U.S.
The U.S. is great!

[Wikipedia]
Battle of Athens (1946)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Athens... (1946)
The Battle of Athens (sometimes called the McMinn County War) was a rebellion led by citizens in Athens and Etowah, Tennessee, United States, against the local government in August 1946.
The citizens, including some World War II veterans, accused the local officials of political corruption and voter intimidation.
The event is sometimes cited by firearms ownership advocates as an example of the value of the Second Amendment in combating tyranny.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Koganei, Japan

#75 May 3, 2014
Ryuichi Sakamoto wrote:
Tenno Heika Banzai
Banzai DC.....Tora! Tora! Tora!
Yes. We need guns.
You are misleading my opinions.
I think that maybe, you cannot get American-citizenship.

I want to be an American.
Japan is my enemy.

You cannot hear and cannot feel America's voice nor America's heart.
The U.S. is great.
Why can't you understand it???

I love the U.S.!
Shinichiro Takizawa

Koganei, Japan

#76 May 3, 2014
If U.S.-Japan war begins, then I will support the U.S.
Remember Pearl Harbor!

What kind of right do you have to force me to support Japan???
What kind of right does Japan have to force me to support Japan???

The U.S. has the right.
And, this is called democracy.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Koganei, Japan

#77 May 3, 2014
I wrote ambiguous texts.
English is too difficult for me.

What kind of right do you have to force me to support Japan???
What kind of right does Japan have to force me to support Japan???

The U.S. has the right.
And, this is called democracy.

----->>>>>

What kind of right do you have to force me to support Japan???
What kind of right does Japan have to force me to support Japan???

The U.S. has right to force me to support the U.S.
And, this is called democracy.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Koganei, Japan

#78 May 3, 2014
English is too difficult for me!
Every time I write something, I have to make excuses and explanations.
It is deifficult to explain.
But, I love the U.S.!!!!! The U.S. is great!
I forgot to add this.

I will support the U.S.
And, these are spontaneous and voluntarily actions.
Shinichiro Takizawa

Koganei, Japan

#82 May 3, 2014
[1]
You will sell pots, charms, strange-paintings, strange-sculptures etc.etc.
to make money and make your lives.

You can be Toyota-shoji or some cult.

[2]
I too can do that.

Oh, you are cursed!!!
Oh, you are doomed!!!

You must buy charms from me!!!!
Or, you wil be......
OOOoooohhhhh.
I can see your terrible-future!!!

Japan will be destroyed!!!
Japan is cursed!
Japan will suffer terrible-future!!
Japan can NEVER avoid this destiny!!!

But, Japan must buy charms from me!!!
Then.....
Or, Japan will be doomed!!!!!

OOOOOHhhhhhhh.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Oh, I can be super-rich!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

[3]
Maybe, I am strong enough to live.

[4]
I do love the U.S.!
I do love American-99%!

To Americna-99%: Donot hate me.....

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#83 May 4, 2014
Rambeaux wrote:
The 18th Amendment ( Prohibition ) was repealed in 1933. But never, never, never, ever will the 2nd Amendment be gone from the Constitution.
You sound like you've taken full advantage of the repeal of the 18th amendment.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#84 May 4, 2014
Shinichiro Takizawa wrote:
Yes. We need guns.
This is democracy.
I love the U.S.
The U.S. is great!
[Wikipedia]
Battle of Athens (1946)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Athens... (1946)
The Battle of Athens (sometimes called the McMinn County War) was a rebellion led by citizens in Athens and Etowah, Tennessee, United States, against the local government in August 1946.
The citizens, including some World War II veterans, accused the local officials of political corruption and voter intimidation.
The event is sometimes cited by firearms ownership advocates as an example of the value of the Second Amendment in combating tyranny.
Yes. You need psychiatrist.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#85 May 4, 2014
Ryuichi Sakamoto wrote:
<quoted text>
,,,,,,,,,,
Tenno Heika Banzai
democrats take all your stuff, lock you up for ten years
In your case, 12 years.

“Happiness comes through giving”

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#86 May 4, 2014
Shinichiro Takizawa wrote:
[1]
You will sell pots, charms, strange-paintings, strange-sculptures etc.etc.
to make money and make your lives.
You can be Toyota-shoji or some cult.
[2]
I too can do that.
Oh, you are cursed!!!
Oh, you are doomed!!!
You must buy charms from me!!!!
Or, you wil be......
OOOoooohhhhh.
I can see your terrible-future!!!
Japan will be destroyed!!!
Japan is cursed!
Japan will suffer terrible-future!!
Japan can NEVER avoid this destiny!!!
But, Japan must buy charms from me!!!
Then.....
Or, Japan will be doomed!!!!!
OOOOOHhhhhhhh.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Oh, I can be super-rich!
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
[3]
Maybe, I am strong enough to live.
[4]
I do love the U.S.!
I do love American-99%!
To Americna-99%: Donot hate me.....
But are you strong enough to break out of padded cell?

“Nobel Peace in Our Prize”

Since: Mar 10

Huntington, NY

#87 May 5, 2014
The second amendment is important now more than ever.

Our govt. is totally out of control.

They are using the IRS and other agencies against their political opponents. The next step is the military.

Since: May 12

Chambersburg, PA

#88 May 5, 2014
mjjcpa wrote:
The second amendment is important now more than ever.
Our govt. is totally out of control.
They are using the IRS and other agencies against their political opponents. The next step is the military.
What nonsense. The government isn't "totally out of control" by any reasonable measure. The GOP Congress is the most dysfunctional in history, but there's nothing - NOTHING - happening at the federal level that should cause any rational person to believe they need to resort to "2nd Amendment remedies" (as the rightwing extremists call it).

And the IRS did not target political opponents. That myth was debunked ages ago.

“Nobel Peace in Our Prize”

Since: Mar 10

Huntington, NY

#89 May 5, 2014
Dan the Man Chambersburg wrote:
<quoted text>
What nonsense. The government isn't "totally out of control" by any reasonable measure. The GOP Congress is the most dysfunctional in history, but there's nothing - NOTHING - happening at the federal level that should cause any rational person to believe they need to resort to "2nd Amendment remedies" (as the rightwing extremists call it).
And the IRS did not target political opponents. That myth was debunked ages ago.
The US Federal, State and Municipal govts. are totally out of control.

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