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IMPLICATIONS 'OBVIOUS'Tea Party hopeful faces Dem insider in Va. race

There are 118 comments on the Fox News story from Nov 2, 2013, titled IMPLICATIONS 'OBVIOUS'Tea Party hopeful faces Dem insider in Va. race. In it, Fox News reports that:

FILE: Oct. 24, 2013: Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, left, shakes hands with Republican challenger Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli at a debate at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Va.

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“shall NOT be infringed”

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#110 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Of particular interest is the VAST MAJORITY of those states are republicunt strongholds.
"...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.

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#111 Nov 11, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
June 30, 1856
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#112 Nov 11, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
October 23, 1856
The study found that approximately 7,500 children are admitted to the hospital for the treatment of injuries sustained from guns each year, and more than 500 children die during hospital admission from these injuries. Between 1997 and 2009, hospitalizations from gunshot wounds increased from 4,270 to 7,730, and in-hospital deaths from 317 to 503.

The study also found a significant association between the percentage of gunshot wounds occurring in the home and the percentage of households containing any firearms, loaded firearms and unlocked loaded firearms.

“Handguns account for the majority of childhood gunshot wounds and this number appears to be increasing over the last decade,” said lead study author Arin L. Madenci, MD, MPH.“Furthermore, states with higher percentages of household firearm ownership also tended to have higher proportions of childhood gunshot wounds, especially those occurring in the home.”

Many current gun control efforts focus on limiting the availability of military-style semi-automatic assault rifles.

“Policies designed to reduce the number of household firearms, especially handguns, may more effectively reduce the number of gunshot injuries in children,” said Dr. Madenci.
- See more at: http://tinyurl.com/k667ox5

“shall NOT be infringed”

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#113 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Vikings:(Singing elaborately...) Spam spam spam spam. Lovely spam! Wonderful spam! Spam spa-a-a-a-a-am spam spa-a-a-a-a-am spam. Lovely spam! Lovely spam! Lovely spam! Lovely spam!
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"It was believed, that by placing the arms in the hands of the citizens themselves, they would consider them as their own property, and take care of them as such; and they would become better acquainted with the use of them than if they were only put into their hands occasionally. Besides, it would be more strictly complying with the constitutional provision, "that the right of the people to bear arms shall not be infringed." Having them in possession, they would be ready for any emergency which might occur...." [U.S. Militia Bill - Pg. 434-5.]

"...It was argued, in favor of a reconsideration, that this amendment might defeat the object of the bill, which was to put arms into the hands of every young man when he attained the age of 18; that this amendment placed it in the power of the state legislatures to lay up the arms in armory, or put them into the hands of a favored party, instead of arming the nation, the arms might be locked up from the people--it would be arming the government against the people, and not placing the people in a situation to defend themselves against any oppression with which they might be menaced from whatever quarter it might come. Allusions made to the period when McPherson's Blues threatened the peace of the city of Philadelphia, and to the Embargo times, in order to shew that the arms would he safer in the hands of the people, than laid up in armories by the states..." [Congress - Pg. 458-9]

[The Weekly Register. Baltimore, Sat., Feb. 15, 1812. Vol. I, No. 24. Printed and published by H. Niles, Water-street near the Merchants' Coffee House, at $5. per annum.]

“shall NOT be infringed”

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#114 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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The study found that approximately 7,500 children are admitted to the hospital for the treatment of injuries sustained from guns each year, and more than 500 children die during hospital admission from these injuries. Between 1997 and 2009, hospitalizations from gunshot wounds increased from 4,270 to 7,730, and in-hospital deaths from 317 to 503.
The study also found a significant association between the percentage of gunshot wounds occurring in the home and the percentage of households containing any firearms, loaded firearms and unlocked loaded firearms.
“Handguns account for the majority of childhood gunshot wounds and this number appears to be increasing over the last decade,” said lead study author Arin L. Madenci, MD, MPH.“Furthermore, states with higher percentages of household firearm ownership also tended to have higher proportions of childhood gunshot wounds, especially those occurring in the home.”
Many current gun control efforts focus on limiting the availability of military-style semi-automatic assault rifles.
“Policies designed to reduce the number of household firearms, especially handguns, may more effectively reduce the number of gunshot injuries in children,” said Dr. Madenci.
- See more at: http://tinyurl.com/k667ox5
Journal of the Senate of the United States of America,
TUESDAY, December 5, 1848

Our citizen-soldiers are unlike those drawn from the population of any other country. They are composed indiscriminately of all professions and pursuits: of farmers, lawyers, physicians, merchants, manufacturers, mechanics, and laborers; and this, not only among the officers, but the private soldiers in the ranks. Our citizen-soldiers are unlike those of any other country in other respects. They are armed, and have been accustomed from their youth up to handle and use fire-arms; and a large proportion of them, especially in the western and more newly-settled States, are expert marksmen. They are men who have a reputation to maintain at home by their good conduct in the field. They are intelligent, and there is an individuality of character which is found in the ranks of no other army. In battle, each private man, as well as every officer, fights not only for his country, but for glory and distinction among his fellow-citizens when he shall return to civil life.
JAMES K. POLK.
Washington, December 5, 1848.

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#115 Nov 11, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
December 5, 1848
Waitress: You mean spam spam spam spam spam spam...

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#117 Nov 11, 2013
Robert Ford wrote:
<quoted text>Barry still up you butt hard as ever. r u lovin it punk?
He's up your mother's, BottleQueen, but then who hasn't?

“shall NOT be infringed”

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#118 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Waitress: You mean spam spam spam spam spam spam...
"Speaking of Shay's rebellion in Massachusetts, he [Thomas Jefferson] had said, "God forbid we should even be twenty years without such a rebellion. What country can preserve its liberties if its rulers are not warned from time to time that the people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is, to set them right as to facts, pardon and pacify them. The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood patriots and of tyrants." We venture the assertion that no sentiments more anarchical and dangerous can be found in any document of history from the period of Machiavelli's "Prince" to Dorr's Manifesto."

[THE AMERICAN WHIG REVIEW. "TO STAND BY THE CONSTITUTION." NEW SERIES, VOL. VI.--WHOLE VOL. XII. NEW YORK: PUBLISHED AT 118 NASSAU STREET. 1850. Pg. 42.]

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#119 Nov 11, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
Thomas Jefferson
Slaver...

Q U I Z T I M E

• Nobody wants it or ever asks for it.
• It comes in different color wrappers but is always packaged in Arizona.
• No one ever eats it; it is the first item to be pushed to the side when eating the entree.
• Sometimes it is actually tasty, like 1% of junk mail that is really useful to some people.

“shall NOT be infringed”

Since: Oct 13

Phoenix

#120 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Slaver...
Q U I Z T I M E
• Nobody wants it or ever asks for it.
• It comes in different color wrappers but is always packaged in Arizona.
• No one ever eats it; it is the first item to be pushed to the side when eating the entree.
• Sometimes it is actually tasty, like 1% of junk mail that is really useful to some people.
"The general knowledge of the use of arms which pervades the country is the best Security for the rights and liberties of the people which can be provided."

- Senator Alexander Porter, June 10, 1836.[REGISTER OF DEBATES IN CONGRESS, COMPRISING THE LEADING DEBATES AND INCIDENTS OF THE FIRST SESSION OF THE TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS TOGETHER WITH AN APPENDIX CONTAINING IMPORTANT STATE PAPERS AND PUBLIC DOCUMENTS, AND THE LAWS, OF A PUBLIC NATURE, ENACTED DURING THE SESSION: WITH A COPIOUS INDEX TO THE WHOLE. VOLUME XII. WASHINGTON: PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY GALES AND SEATON. 1836. Pg.1755-56.](Mr. Porter,(June 24, 1785 – January 13, 1844), was a delegate to the convention which framed the first Louisiana Constitution in 1812, and a member of the Louisiana Legislature from 1816 to 1818. He was a judge of the Louisiana Supreme Court from 1821 to 1833. He was elected to the U.S. Senate, and served from Dec. 19, 1833, until Jan. 5, 1837).
barefootsgaylove r

Torrance, CA

#121 Nov 11, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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He's up your mother's, BottleQueen, but then who hasn't?
Me and you know you sure haven't, and can't, eh barefoot? But don't worry, I got my sausage and some gravy for ya. Second helping.

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#122 Nov 11, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
June 10, 1836.
Wife: I don't want ANY spam!

Man: Why can't she have egg bacon spam and sausage?

Wife: THAT'S got spam in it!

Man: Hasn't got as much spam in it as spam egg sausage and spam, has it?

Vikings: Spam spam spam spam...

“shall NOT be infringed”

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Phoenix

#123 Nov 12, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Wife: I don't want ANY spam!
Man: Why can't she have egg bacon spam and sausage?
Wife: THAT'S got spam in it!
Man: Hasn't got as much spam in it as spam egg sausage and spam, has it?
Vikings: Spam spam spam spam...
"But this bill proposes not only a violation of private rights, but a gross violation of the constitution. By it any officer may seize the arms of another , at discretion; and this in derogation of a right expressly guarantied to the citizen by the letter of the constitution.

"Again, the constitution guaranties to the citizen perfect freedom from arrest without due process law.[See the 4th amendment of the constitution.] And this bill proposes to vest arbitrary power in the hands of United States officers to violate this sacred right also. For, are not the seizure and detaining of arms, and the holding them over to bonds for their use, violations of the most manifest character of these rights. It could not be doubted.

"By this bill, moreover, there was no liability of the officer, in case of wrong seizure or detention, as in all acts upon the statute book, in similar cases.

"The only true way, Mr. L. contended, to accomplish the objects of the bill was to pursue precisely the same mode as that taken in other cases; as in that of arrests of persons, with their instruments and implements, suspected of intending to utter counterfeit money. The presence of the instruments proves the intention, though the act is not proved, and the statute imposes the penalty accordingly. But here, in this bill, the presence of the arms or munitions of war, or whatever else may be seized, does not prove an intention to commit a violation of any law; nor is it made unlawful for the citizen to do that, for the imputed intention of doing which he is held to give bonds, and to his person and property seized and detained. The bill is thus wanting in the first great principle of all penal acts. If the thing intended to be done be unlawful, the act should declare it, with a proper penalty affixed. It should declare (in order to carry out the recommendation of the president of the United States in relation to this subject) that such use of arms was unlawful, and that the person detained had arms, &c. with intention to use them unlawfully, and the person being arrested on that ground, would be arrested by a good legal process; and, what is more important, there would then be impending over him the personal fear of seizure to deter him from taking the overt step."--Mr. Arphaxed Loomis, U.S. Representative from New York, U.S. House of Representatives, Feb. 15, 1838.[NILES NATIONAL REGISTER--FEBRUARY 24, 1838--CONGRESS, FROM SEPTEMBER, 1837, TO MARCH, 1836--VOL. LIII, OR, VOLUME XVII-- FIFTH SERIES. Pgs. 407-8.]

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#126 Nov 26, 2013
2ndAmRight wrote:
Oct. 9, 1890.[Official Report of the Proceedings and Debates in the Convention, Kentucky]
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++++++++++ 1800's++++++++

HAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

Does this sound familiar, GayDavyQ?
2ndAmRight wrote:
I'm not the one stuck in the 1800's troll, >you< are.
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Funny how troll insists it isn't spam but let's see where he posts the same thing...

“shall NOT be infringed”

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Phoenix

#127 Nov 26, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
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{click }
++++++++++ 1800's++++++++
HAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!
Does this sound familiar, GayDavyQ?
<quoted text>
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Funny how troll insists it isn't spam but let's see where he posts the same thing...
POINTING FIRE ARMS

Sec. 4122. A person who intentionally without malice, points a fire arm toward another person shall be fined not more than fifty dollars and not less than five dollars. If he discharges such fire arm so pointed without injury to another person he shall be punished by a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars. or by imprisonment not exceeding one year, or both.

Sec. 4123. If he maims or injures another person by the discharge of such fire arm so pointed he shall be fined not less than fifty dollars or imprisoned not more than two years, and the person maimed or wounded by the discharge of such fire arm or the heirs or representatives of a person killed by such discharge may have an action on the case against the offending and recover damages therefor.

Sec. 4124. The two preceding sections shall not apply where fire arms are used in self-defence or in the discharge official duty, or in case of justifiable homicide.[Pgs. 792-93]

Sec. 4316. A person who hunts, shoots or pursues, takes or kills wild game or other birds or animals, or discharges fire arms except in the just defence of person or property or in the performance of military or police duty, on Sunday, shall be fined ten dollars, one half to go to the person who makes the complaint and one-half to the state.[Pg. 826]

[THE REVISED LAWS OF VERMONT, 1880: WITH THE PUBLIC ACTS OF 1880, AND THE CONSTITUTIONS OF THE UNITED STATES AND THE STATE OF VERMONT. Published by Authority. RUTLAND: TUTTLE & CO., OFFICIAL PRINTERS AND STATIONERS TO THE STATE OF VERMONT. 1881.]

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#128 Nov 26, 2013
1881...

HAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

Does this sound familiar, GayDavyQ?

Help stamp out CenturySpam™!! Flag appropriately!
2ndAmRight wrote:
I'm not the one stuck in the 1800's troll, >you< are.
barefootsgaylove r

Columbus, OH

#129 Nov 26, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
1881...
HAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!
Does this sound familiar, GayDavyQ?

<quoted text>
Geez barefoot, is that all you think about, gaysex?

“shall NOT be infringed”

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Phoenix

#130 Nov 27, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
1881...
HAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!
Does this sound familiar, GayDavyQ?
Help stamp out CenturySpam™!! Flag appropriately!
<quoted text>
Wonder how long it's going to take the guys in white. To come with their nets, and catch this loon [again].

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