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Josh no one is stripping anyone of their rights. It would be unconstitutional and never stand. It's just something that pops up around election time and periods of political panic. It gets the Republicans in a fury (and some Democrats; like me) to spark all that wonderful bickering they love to stir. (Sep 28, 2010 | post #29)
I'm a Democrat and I believe all law-abiding persons should have the right to bare arms. It's already been said, others who we don't want having them (those who don't abide by the law) will find a means to have them. So, on that note, others should have a right to bear arms and protect themselves, their families and their children. (Sep 27, 2010 | post #10)
LOL... I keep picturing this crazy old man sitting in a robe, pajama bottoms, white wife-beater, old brown slippers... drooling away in absolute anger as he furiously types on the keyboard while taking the occasional sip of his tea. You all focus on the memory of your loved one. She's who matters here. I pity that this guy feels the need to compete for attention with a woman whose no longer here & can't speak for herself and then turns around and argues with her family & friends. You all are already better than him and he can't stand it LOL Face-to-face he wouldn't mutter a word. The internet is his bravado. Sad, really. (Sep 1, 2010 | post #40)
Wow - someone has serious mental issues. Don't let that guy get to you. He's just upset that the only friends he evidently has are fish that talk to him by the light of the moon. I'm just sayin'... (Aug 31, 2010 | post #32)
It says nothing about there being a bad decision here. It says she was swimming back to shore. What if she had a heart attack and drown? Would that be a bad decision? Moral of my story -- too many skeptics and conspiracy theorists out there. My sympathies to the family. (Aug 29, 2010 | post #2)
Sad story. My thoughts are with the family. "concerned "; that's standard protocol so I wouldn't 'concern' myself with details like that. (Aug 27, 2010 | post #5)
As the cousin of SGT Amanda Pinson I want to extend my utmost gratitude toward Amanda and her dedication to our entire family in righting HIS wrong. It's hard enough to lose a family member, particularly in times of war, but to have people like him taking advantage of families like ours and our loved ones sacrifice only adds salt to the wound. We think very highly of her and everything she did to bring him to justice. Jennifer http://www.faceboo k.com/pages/SGT-Am anda-Pinson-Memori al/84071699409?ref =ts (Aug 26, 2010 | post #11)
It's funny to have a few people here stating FACTS and those who are ignorant to this entire healthcare attempt to debate it with things they have heard only assuming it to be so horrible. You can't argue with facts. The bill isn't THAT bad, at all. I was against it until I read it. Stop listening to your friends and get a mind of your own. READ THE BILL & and then THE CONSTITUTION. This entire vote was pointless. State law never overrides Federal law. And Prop C was put on there just to get you all riled up again; it worked. Sheeple. However, I appreciate the amusement... (Aug 11, 2010 | post #461)
James... thank you for saying that. I couldn't agree more. I tire of people not knowing facts and more importantly how government works. State law doesn't override Federal law. This was put on the ballot just to stir people back up again. It worked and at the same time - completely pointless. Except now Democrats can fault Republicans for wasting more tax payer money in a battle they can't win... Pure genius. /sarcasm (Aug 4, 2010 | post #50)
Wow... interesting. Let's throw it in a creek where it has potential to harm someone. 3 feet isn't long, but it's long enough to bite. :/ (Jul 28, 2010 | post #17)
This can't be good... (Jul 21, 2010 | post #2)
Seriously? You have to talk to a kid like that? (Jul 19, 2010 | post #5)
AngryWookie - knit picky much? I believe that's called digging - for an argument. Life that dull? (Jul 15, 2010 | post #35)
Jester - you're barking up the wrong tree. I don't live there so this "YOU people got lucky" wouldn't apply to me. Further, I'm a missing persons advocate. In fact, I'll even be starting a new section, of a popular website, that was created by a celebrity, to bring more awareness to how close to home these cases truly are. This will all be happening with the help of people who are specialists in this field and those who have gone through it and are STILL dealing with it; they are the experts. Fact of the matter is - approaching a car of a possible suspect is dumb. We're not superheroes - we can't stop bullets. You're putting yourself, and others around you, in danger should you decide to approach someone of that nature. What should have happened would be people reporting 'a suspicious person' to the police via 911. All calls are recorded and the car & suspect information would have been recorded should they not arrive on time. The idea is to deter a suspect from committing an act, but doing so safely. (Jul 13, 2010 | post #27)
Jester - they DID notice that's why it was reported by several neighbors. Problem is... no one knew the type of person he was or what he was doing exactly. He could have been looking for an address. (Jul 12, 2010 | post #23)
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