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  • #99
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    If you read the whole letter, you can see that the guy's rhetoric is over the top. He's a Republican Chris Matthews, and nobody thinks Chris Matthews is actually planning on putting Republicans in concentration camps.

    You can have more fun by quoting lines out of context: for example, he says "the tigers will now begin killing and eating the people in the room," which says to me that he's a radical Animal Rights activist.
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    He's not even close to correct.

    You can shoot any politician you want to, you just have to bear the consequences.

    I'm sorry if he finds that to be an insurmountable barrier to exercising his 2nd Amendment rights, but it was designed not to make it easy, just possible.

    Remember,"Give me liberty or give me death"?
    Well, sometimes that what it takes.
    Ask any terrorist/freedom fighter.
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    It's from the Bluffingpost - who believes them ? Struggling to stay alive. If it wasn't for right winger Andrew Britebart (that the gov't. killed)- The Bluffington Post wouldn't be there. Look it up before you spew idiot idologies .
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    There are lots of other sources. I think skepticism is healthy but only when it is coupled with a willingness to fact check. When it just results in a kneejerk denial of reality? Not so healthy.
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    I'd say it reflects badly on Arkansas...didn't we have another umm... Idiot from Arkansas? After all it is Arkansas. lol Not the brightest bulbs in the sign.
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    Yep, the one that started our economic (NAFTA) downfall and considers it an "accomplishment." That bulb sure is dim. I think this article, though, touches on the frustration of Americans more than anything.
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    "A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed"
    HMMM......reading it again for that there statement "defense against tyranny".....help me!
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    @stepped_in_it

    It's from a quote generally attributed to Thomas Jefferson, though its author isn't clear.
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    Tyranny doesn't mean, "I don't agree with someone, so I can shoot them" If anything, that's immaturity and cowardice.
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    @stepped_in_it Uh, these kook see things the rest of the rational members of our society lack the required distorted vision to see. Things like "The consitution says kill anyone who disagrees with you, because such a person poses a tyrannical threat to your freedoms."
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  • #120
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    No way. Everything in the Huffington Post is totally structured to advance Obama's Orwellian Nightmare no matter what the costs to America and American families.
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    Wow just noticed it was a Huffington Post link. I wouldn't have even checked this story out if I had known it was from them. Pure politically biased garbage is all they print. No news reporting.
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  • #139
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    "The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government" Thomas Jefferson
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    And lawmakers who have absolute control, becoming corrupt, with a build in police force to do their bidding, what of them? We just sit back and let someone else handle everything? Who's going to make things better when the people in "power" are the problem and don't wanna give it up? When they control the easily exploitable justice system in a 100 mile radius? What exactly has to happen for a lefty to get up off his ass and do something for himself? How bad does it have to get? The problem with "progressive" types is they are willing to live in suffering and cowardice for extraordinary amounts of time as long as they think some form of justice will be served. And they will actively talk down about others who choose to fight, simply because they want to feel better about not having the guts to do so themselves...
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    "The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it's natural manure"

    Thomas Jefferson
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    @Medicinebow You're right, let's start with gangbangers, get the baby steps out of the way before trying to fix a politician. ;)
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    What were they thinking to put this essay in the GOP newsletter in Arkansas? Someone needs to wake up and shut up, we citizens can say that stuff, but not a political party, ever, for any reason.(sarcasm added)
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    For those who sat it DOESN'T reflect badly on the republican party, it was featured in the "Benton County Republican Party newsletter". Don't these asshats have an editor.....or can the KKK write articles also?
    Extremists to the left of me......extremists to the right.....<looking for an escape>
    ASSHATS!
  • #140
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    @dances-weebles the other day the kids had to do presentations in their school. my son's class (2nd grade) had to take 'antiques' so that they could build a 'museum' since that's what they had been studying. he took me in to see all the really 'old time' stuff that they had gathered... a manual type writer, cassette tapes, an 'a' disc from a computer, 45 rpm records, and even a small black and white tv with no remote. *lol*
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    @martydotcom lol, here is another example least we forget

    Charlie Fuqua was a 2012 Republican candidate who sought election to the Arkansas House of Representatives, District 63. He previously served in the House from 1995 to 1998. He then ran unsuccessfully for the Arkansas State Senate in 1998.

    What was Fuqua's demise? He wrote in a book that parents of disrespectful children should have the right to have their child put to death as punishment. He even sited Deuteronomy. His backers dropped him like a hot potato. Conservatives can really grow em.
  • #138
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    I would have liked an 'other' option on the vote because I don't think a yes or no vote is the right choice for myself at least. Yes he is republican but he is lamenting that he can't shoot other republicans because of how they voted so not sure that reflects poorly against republicans. Anyway, Thomas Jefferson said essentially the same thing in his day albeit in a broader context.
  • #123
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    Its his opinion - everybody has one. It does seem strange how more and more Dems fear legal gun ownership - wonder why?
  • #169
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    That's very simple -- because of the massacres of children that keep repeatedly happening. I wonder why gun huggers have such a hard time grasping the motivation?
  • #153
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    Thanks for posting that link to the local GOP chair's statement. He gives a thoughtful rejection of the op-ed.
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