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Res ipsa loquitur, the thing speaks for itself.


1 posted on 01/18/2013 3:56:00 PM PST by Winged Hussar
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To: Winged Hussar

And, what is the Aussie violent crime rate right now?


2 posted on 01/18/2013 4:01:13 PM PST by Parmy
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To: Winged Hussar

Yeah, and muzzies and asian gangs are taking over Oz, now.

Great country, but great example of where we do NOT want to go.


3 posted on 01/18/2013 4:07:30 PM PST by gaijin
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To: Winged Hussar
Silly fool, he is. We don't get our rights from a piece of paper (the Constitution). They are only written down to prove that they actually do exist among plenty of others that are not written down!.
4 posted on 01/18/2013 4:07:40 PM PST by jeffc (The U.S. media are our enemy)
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To: Winged Hussar

These countries need to stay the hell out of our business.


5 posted on 01/18/2013 4:07:50 PM PST by jersey117
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I assume that a mechanism is built into Australia’s Constitution to amend it,just as is the case with ours.I could be wrong but I get the distinct sense that Aussies and Canadians,both of whom we have much in common with,have a deeper intrinsic trust in their leaders than do we.If that works for them that’s cool.If I’m wrong then they can amend their Constitution to establish something resembling our Second Amendment.


6 posted on 01/18/2013 4:08:56 PM PST by Gay State Conservative (Red State Secession Is The Only Answer)
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To: Winged Hussar

WELL . . tie me kangaroo down, boys!!


7 posted on 01/18/2013 4:09:57 PM PST by Twinkie (JOHN 3:16)
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To: Winged Hussar

Our Constitution would not have been ultimately ratified had it not contained the Bill of Rights. The Federalists (Hamilton, et als), who championed a strong national government opposed a Bill of Rights, but the Anti-Federalists, who saw in the original draft of the Constitution some real danger to the people and the states via the implied powers of the national government under the Necessary and Proper Clause, insisted on a Bill of Rights. Thank God for the Anti-Federalists!


8 posted on 01/18/2013 4:14:26 PM PST by ought-six ( Multiculturalism is national suicide, and political correctness is the cyanide capsule.)
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At least the guy recognizes the Second Amendment as the legitimate bar on this sort of high-handed government activity that it was designed to be. That’s more than you can say for most of 0bama’s little elves.


9 posted on 01/18/2013 4:15:45 PM PST by Billthedrill
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Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and even India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and South Africa ~ all formerly governed by British law ~ continue to operate according to the standards normal in a class society where some are nobles with all the privileges, and everybody else is just a commoner.

Such people can never understand freedom.

Someday I'd like or a USPresident demand that the corrupt Aussie gub'mnt FREE THE SERFS

12 posted on 01/18/2013 4:26:39 PM PST by muawiyah
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A taste of Aussie gun laws:

M14- Now a Prohibited Firearm - YouTube

14 posted on 01/18/2013 4:38:55 PM PST by Yo-Yo (Is the /sarc tag really necessary?)
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