Skip to comments.How to Freep a Facebook page!! - Vanity
Posted on 03/09/2013 10:05:31 PM PST by GraceG
Some of the Facebook pages on certain anti-2nd amendment morons have shut down the comments on them unless you are directly friended on them. Here is how you get around it:
Click the little Gear Button, then click the Report this Page option then select Hate speech or personal attack and the option Targets People with Disability or Disease
This anti-gun control freak has this facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mary-Hodge/106152966081632
But they shut down any comment on it, as she wants to get rid of veterans right's to posses their god given ability for self protection they are a practice of hate speech and against disabled folks as a fair number of veterans are disabled from serving our country.
Do you believe it’s OK to lie in order to make a point about a position you hold?
Calls to deprive innocent Americans of their civil rights simply because they've served in the military IS abusive hate speech.
Here. Try this:
Feinstein: Veterans May Have PTSD And Should Not Be Exempt From Gun Ban...
Saturday, March 09, 2013 2:15:49 PM · by NormsRevenge · 26 replies
RealClearPolitics.com ^ | 3/8/13
At a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting on Thursday, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-California) opposed an amendment to her Assault Weapons Ban legislation that would allow military veterans to continue to buy the firearms that would be banned. Feinstein says a veteran may be mentally ill and should be prevented from purchasing firearms.
“...a veteran may be mentally ill and should be prevented from purchasing firearms...”
What is the problem with this statement? I know several vets who shouldn’t be anywhere near a gun.
Note that she says “may be.” Not “are.”
So for just having served in the military, YOU “may be” mentally ill and therefore should be deprived of YOUR Second Amendment rights.
Educate yourself before you call someone a liar.
Shameful Colo. Dem lawmaker: No veterans should have high-capacity mags because some are mentally ill
Posted at 11:15 am on March 9, 2013 by Twitchy Staff | View Comments
Wow, @SenHodge offended military vets saying “some have mental health problems” several people sitting around me in the gallery are upset.
Kelly Maher (@okmaher) March 09, 2013
During Fridays marathon gun control hearing in the Colorado Senate, Republican Sen. Kent Lambert offered an amendment to exempt active military members, veterans and their families from the gun magazine ban.
Enter Sen. Mary Hodge, a disgraceful Dem who urged fellow lawmakers to oppose the exemption because some of them come back with significant mental health problems.
Are you being deliberately obtuse?
SOME might be so ALL should be deprived? Are YOU mentally ill? Or do you just like to be contrarian?
I know McCain shouldn’t be allowed to be a Senator. Something broke while in Viet Nam, IMHO.
As someone who has had trouble with liars on Facebook, I wouldn’t recommend this route. Just get on the page and fight like you do here. No need to hit “abuse” buttons. Besides, Facebook will do nothing to stop the page unless it’s likely to face a lawsuit from its contents.
That's the way I read also.
Does she mean WWII vets, Korean War vet, Viet Nam vets or only current war vets?
Is she going to use the VA's determinations or use actually judicial rulings?
Can you read? There was an ammendment offered to exempt vets from a high capacity magazine ban. If the purpose of the law is to keep high capacity magazines out of the hands of people who are mentally ill, and we know that there are veteranss who are, why should vetetans not be subject to the same laws as non-vets? Nobody is saying that all veterans are mentally ill.
Everybody follows the same law - veterans or not.
My grandma always told me that arguing with crazy people can make you crazy...so I am going to end this insane conversation before I catch what you’re throwing.
She probably also told you that if you can’t stand the heat, to stay out of the kitchen...