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  • 7th Circuit Court of Appeals holds that the Second Amendment applies outside the home

    12/11/2012 12:15:01 PM PST · 18 of 46
    chainsaw56 to AtlasStalled

    You have to wonder how the dear Liar is going to figure out a way to reverse this trend – after all, if people can defend themselves, it means they can stop Demo-thugs from taking their property.

  • Valuable WWII Gun at Police Buy-Back (Sturmgewehr 44)

    12/11/2012 10:23:23 AM PST · 23 of 33
    chainsaw56 to Future Snake Eater

    Is there such a thing as drool ping?

  • Valuable WWII Gun at Police Buy-Back (Sturmgewehr 44)

    12/11/2012 10:20:48 AM PST · 22 of 33
    chainsaw56 to GOPsterinMA

    Bleh, that’s an AK-47!

    /BSM

  • Northern Virginia Lawmakers Say Gun Control Remains a Tough Fight

    12/11/2012 10:18:38 AM PST · 11 of 12
    chainsaw56 to xrmusn

    I’d say that would be an excellent way to get an inside look into Michigan’s finest detention facilities.

  • Northern Virginia Lawmakers Say Gun Control Remains a Tough Fight

    12/11/2012 9:41:52 AM PST · 9 of 12
    chainsaw56 to I want the USA back
    Truth Ping!

    BTW, could this be why people are getting their guns?

    Democrats threaten violence on Michigan House floor
    http://washingtonexaminer.com/article/2515629#.UMdhiYPAcaB

    “There will be blood,” State Representative Douglas Geiss threatened from the floor of the Michigan House of Representatives today as the body debated legislation that would make Michigan the nation’s 24th right to work state.

  • Belcher spent night with a gal pal before killing

    12/04/2012 9:22:40 AM PST · 22 of 57
    chainsaw56 to Beave Meister
    Queens dad pushed to his death by madman in Times Square subway station
    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/nightmare_on_subway_tracks_GgvCtkeJj6cTeyxHns2VNP
    grt
    Time to ban subways and all other public transportation!
  • Our Opponents’ Poor History(gun control)

    11/21/2012 10:11:44 AM PST · 3 of 5
    chainsaw56 to marktwain
    I’ll ignore for a moment the utterly false notion that self-defense was never mentioned by any of the founders (Adams mentioned it, several founders carried pistols for self-defense, and it’s mentioned in many state analogues to the 2nd Amendment)

    Here’s one of the best ways to argue a Leftist into the firmament on the gun control:

    1) First ask them if they believer they have the right to defend themselves – as in my tag line.

    Most likely they will hem and haw and try to deflect away from the question – as per usual when leftists are confronted with unimpeachable logic.

    But keep on pressing the same question on whether they have that right.

    After awhile they will have to agree with the proposition – the alternative is that some can do what ever harm they want to them and they can’t retaliate, hence the aforementioned hemming and hawing to avoid the question.

    2) Once you have established that they believe they have a right to self-defense you then transition to the proposition as to the means of that self-defense – which has to be a firearm because that’s what the lawless may have.

    Again you should expect the same kind of hemming and hawing on that point, but if question #1 is true then it logically follows that question #2 has to be true.

    Bottom line: Taking away someone’s means of self-defense deprives them of the basic human right of self-defense.

  • Obama's re-election drives gun sales

    11/13/2012 2:26:59 PM PST · 20 of 41
    chainsaw56 to SJSAMPLE

    Yeah…. Guns are only a hobby with him, apparently he sells latex or something..

  • Obama's re-election drives gun sales

    11/13/2012 1:30:20 PM PST · 7 of 41
    chainsaw56 to neverdem
    Gun sales are up in the wake of Barack Obama’s re-election on Tuesday, driven by fears of tighter regulations under a Democratic president, especially for firearms that might be classified as assault weapons.

    But gun ownership is down…………. Right ……. If you believe that – anyone want to buy a bridge?

    I imagine that a lot of people are going to sell their guns if they’re likely to be banned – they won’t want to lose money on the deal.

    Word has it a friend of a friend sold all of his guns the other day for this reason – it was some guy name Art Vandalay or something for cash with an ad he stuck up on a bulletin board.

  • Border Patrol agents intercept ammunition heading to Mexico

    03/19/2011 10:35:57 AM PDT · 20 of 26
    chainsaw56 to SandRat

    Why would they need to be smuggling ammo into Mexico?

    Don’t they have strict gun control down south O’ the border?

    According to the logical geniuses of the Left, there should not be ANY gun violence down there.

    Therefore, there shouldn’t be any reason for anyone – besides the BATFE, that is – to smuggling ammo, right?

  • A Practical Look At The Reality Of Defensive Gun Use

    03/18/2011 10:48:56 AM PDT · 7 of 22
    chainsaw56 to marktwain

    Posted this on a thread discussing this new found interest in the Feds controlling all gun sales:

    Think about the fact that we have two world events that exemplify why someone would need firearms.

    Libya shows us that sometimes guns are necessary to resist tyranny and the disaster in Japan shows us that there are sometimes when you need to fend for your family.

    The gun grabbers would like to think that those justifications do not exist in the real world, maybe because they do not seem to exist in the real world.

  • Man Paid $15K After Police Challenged Gun In Park

    03/18/2011 10:15:49 AM PDT · 18 of 127
    chainsaw56 to clamper1797

    Someone around here once suggested that one of the usual suppliers start making “Open carry trainers” – basically a belt mounted case that sort of looks like a holster that can hold a cell phone or keys or something.

    Open carry advocates could start wearing this type ‘Holster’ and when the hoplophobes go nuts and call in the police, it can be shown to be just a carrying case and not a threat.

    After a while people can become desensitized to the sight of such a thing and we can switch them out for real holsters.

  • Can the 'Fix Gun Checks Act' prevent violence? Can it respect liberty?

    03/18/2011 10:02:20 AM PDT · 1 of 7
    chainsaw56
    Does anyone find it curious that the forcible citizen disarmament lobby is suddenly clamoring for the outlawing of the private sales of guns?

    It has been a few weeks since the shooting in Tucson, so why are they drumming up this issue now?

    Think about the fact that we have two world events that exemplify why someone would need firearms.

    Libya shows us that sometimes guns are necessary to resist tyranny and the disaster in Japan shows us that there are sometimes when you need to fend for your family.

    Are the gun grabbers tone deaf that these world events show people why they need to be armed? This could be it, because they do not seem to have a clue as to why a free-people would like to be able to defend themselves.

    But the timing is very suspect here.

    Why do they need this issue to be in the forefront right now?

  • Is onslaught of 'gun show loophole' legislation--and worse--about to begin?

    03/18/2011 5:55:45 AM PDT · 30 of 34
    chainsaw56 to marktwain
    This has been posted around a few places, but it’s a good run down on what we’re facing, It’s a response to E.J. Dionne’s use of the term ‘baby steps’ in creeping towards more gun control:

    “What Obama endorsed were, well, baby steps toward strengthening background checks”

    You know it’s kind of dumb for Mr. Dionne to use a term like baby steps – the clear implication is that this is just the beginning of a plan that certainly will have confiscation as it’s end goal in mind.

    The disarm the law-abiding crowd’s way over used term commonsense at least implies that at least this initiative won’t be part of a ongoing scheme or scam.

    As someone else posted on another site pointed out, this commonsense baby step means that the sale of your private property will now fall under the influence of the Feral Government.

    A measure to control ALL gun transaction by the government along with the ‘registering’ of this information in a database means that Gov. will now have a proto-registration system.

    In effect, you will now need the government’s ‘Permission’ to obtain a means of self-defense, from anyone and anywhere. Instead of being able to simply sell your own personal property, you will now have to turn it over to an FFL so that they can charge you a nominal fee and have the government grants it’s blessing over the sale.

    So much for property rights.

    A parent won’t be able to hand down some of their property to their children – it’ll have to run its course through the federal bureaucracy.

    Does anyone really believe that once the Feds have a hand in any lawful firearm transaction and a database of such a transfer, that the won’t start to us such device to pare down the numbers of people who can defend themselves?

    Does anyone believe that they won’t start abusing this device to control your 2nd amendment rights?

    Does anyone believe that they won’t start intimidating gun owners with threats of publishing this registration data as they are in Illinois?

    Does anyone believe that they won’t start requiring periodic taxation of your guns?

    Does anyone believe that they won’t start requiring periodic registration of ALL of your guns?

    Does anyone believe that they won’t eventually use this registration database to confiscate guns?

  • Some ‘illegal’ U.S. guns being used to defend Mexican lives

    03/09/2011 6:14:42 AM PST · 7 of 7
    chainsaw56 to marktwain
    But in Mexico, it is close to impossible to obtain a permit to carry a gun. People need a license just to own any firearm. The process is burdensome. The punishment for illegal possession is severe, including prison terms of up to seven years.

    Therefore, Mexico should be a shining example for the Gun grabbers on the absolute success of gun control, right?

    After all, every incremental attempt at taking away our right of self-defense is couched in terms of commonsense that no “reasonable” person could resist.

    Who hasn’t seen the public service ads from the Gun grabbers touting the extraordinary results of gun control in old Mexico?

    *Whispering* Unless, perhaps there is a conspiracy to hide this fantastic gun control utopia from the public.

    (Don’t tell anyone we may have stumbled across this secret conspiracy to hide the success of gun control south of the border)

  • Home Invader Calls 911 On Homeowner

    03/09/2011 5:59:43 AM PST · 30 of 32
    chainsaw56 to doorgunner69; All
    Perhaps the Disarm the law-abiding crowd can make their life’s obsession a two pronged effort.

    Continue with their ongoing efforts to take away the people’s right to self-defense.

    After all, It all for the Children Criminals.

    But they could also start up a prison outreach program to talk to the Convicted felons Innocent victims of the criminal justice system, and reassure them that they are doing all they can to make their jobs a lot safer.

    After all, can our republic survive with the criminals living in fear that their innocent victims may be able to defend themselves?

    The gun grabbers can help out their intellectual brethren with pep talks on their unceasing efforts to first get the state involved in every gun purchase transaction as a first step in registering guns and then eventually confiscating them.

    That last action should warm the cockles of even the most hardened felon, knowing that some day in a glorious future, they will be able to go out and rape and rob without having the hazard of the law-abiding trying to stop them.

    It should also warm the cockles of every Marxist, knowing that people won’t be able to resist their spreading the wealth around and the rest of their oppression.

  • Wanted: 21st-century gun laws for 21st-century weapons [WARNING: Graphic stupidity!]

    01/28/2011 4:46:38 PM PST · 20 of 30
    chainsaw56 to GraceG
    [The American people — a lot of them — responded by buying guns. Gun sales surged in the wake of the shooting. Apparently people see themselves standing in a shopping mall, taking dead aim on a gunman who’s spraying the place with bullets, and bringing him down with a single shot. Lots of luck with that. Life seldom imitates Clint Eastwood movies. Even when it does, you rarely get to be Clint. ]

    So it would better to be disarmed? Yeah, good plan!

  • Wanted: 21st-century gun laws for 21st-century weapons [WARNING: Graphic stupidity!]

    01/28/2011 4:43:42 PM PST · 19 of 30
    chainsaw56 to 2ndDivisionVet
    They weren't. They were 18th-century creatures of the Enlightenment who were conscious of their limitations in laying down rules for the formation of a nation.

    Being learned men, the founder’s knew that there would be advances in gun technology as they has seen up to their time.

    They knew it was better to have unfortunate tragedy like Tucson than to live under tyranny.

  • Gun Control Without a Ban [Put everyone on the 'no buy' list]

    01/23/2011 4:30:22 PM PST · 20 of 23
    chainsaw56 to 2ndDivisionVet; All

    Here’s how to translate the BS:

    High-capacity clips = Anything that can hold over 10 rounds [soon to 5 rounds.. soon to be 2 rounds..]

    And when they talk about wanting to expand who gets denied – just remember that as the title stated – they can implement a ban gradually by simply being more “Inclusive” in who should Denied their basic human rights.

    Today it’s Leftist nutcases like Loughner, tomorrow it will be people with the “wrong” political views.

    Our god given rights won’t disappear over night, but slowly over time.

  • Obama to Register Rifles

    12/20/2010 3:06:14 PM PST · 33 of 68
    chainsaw56 to NTHockey
    Once they established the precedent of 5 days, they will up it to 10, then 20, 30….

    They will also expand it to include others types of firearms until it encompasses everything.

    Then once they got a read on what people own, they can start questioning Why you need a certain number.

    Sort of like Obammer saying that at some point you’ve made enough money.

    Watch them come out and say: At some point you have too many guns.

  • BATFE Requests “Emergency” Authority To Track Semi-Automatic Rifle Sales

    12/20/2010 10:46:37 AM PST · 11 of 32
    chainsaw56 to neverdem
    Future Headlines TODAY!

    3 months from now: “Emergency” Authority To Track Semi-Automatic Rifle Sales has made a BIG dent in violence in Mexico.

    (With no quantifiable data to how it’s Really working)

    5 months from now: It’s a matter of Life and Death that the “Emergency” Authority To Track Semi-Automatic Rifle Sales be extended.

    (Accompanied by a story about how life is better in old Mexico with the ban in place and dire predictions if it’s not renewed)

    8 months from now: Democratic lawmakers question why the: “Emergency” Authority To Track Semi-Automatic Rifle Sales isn’t made permanent and extended over the entire country

    (With more sob stories about how it’s ‘made a difference’ – still with no quantifiable data and crazy [/sarc] talk from the right about the right of self defense.)

    And suddenly after the “Emergency” Authority is made permanent over the entire country: “Emergency” Authority To Track Semi-Automatic Rifle Sales hasn’t curtained violence South of the border.

    (With a story about how we need “Emergency”- “Emergency” Authority to track Semi-Automatic Rifle Sales more than 5 days – because – who need to buy more than one Semi-Automatic Rifle in the span of a month, then 6 months, then 1 year, then……. Well you get the picture.)

  • North Carolina declared 'gun free zone' in anticipation of Hurricane Earl

    10/08/2010 5:51:43 AM PDT · 41 of 48
    chainsaw56 to Red in Blue PA
    From the article:

    Government, of course, as usual, has things exactly Bizarro-World backwards.  It's when the security of a free state is imperiled that the right of the people to keep and bear arms is most necessary.

    From my research of the issue, in case this takes place in other states, was that unless the “State of Emergency” is rescinded, it remains in effect for 30 days.
    Was the “State of Emergency” ever rescinded?

    Anybody down there know if that bad old hurricane is still hanging around?

  • N.J. Democrat: How about $500 per year to exercise 2nd Amendment rights?

    09/29/2010 10:14:20 AM PDT · 21 of 46
    chainsaw56 to Ratman83

    And it would cut down on Global Warming – what without all that hot air being expelled for no reason.

  • N.J. Democrat: How about $500 per year to exercise 2nd Amendment rights?

    09/29/2010 10:11:47 AM PDT · 20 of 46
    chainsaw56 to Steve495
    N.J. Democrat: How about $500 per year to exercise 2nd Amendment rights?

    $500 per year for the right of Self-defense?

    How about $500 per year to exercise 1st Amendment rights?

  • Mrs. GBC wants a handgun...

    07/20/2010 10:02:45 AM PDT · 74 of 117
    chainsaw56 to gov_bean_ counter
    Like any other tool, there are different guns for different applications, and you need the right tool (gun ) for the job.

    Let's say we divide things up into a couple different categories and then look at what guns would be the best fit for those categories.

    Light Carry (All around Threat level low, but you want to carry at least carry Something)

    SW 642 with laser grips
    Ruger LCP

    Heavy Carry (For those times when the threat level is higher or you need to go into bad parts of town, and as backup weapon to your CQB or Longer range weaponry)

    Kimber Ultra Carry II
    Kimber Ultra Aegis II

    Home Defense Carry ( Your basic ‘House gun’ as they say – the weapon you have at your bedside along with your flashlight when things go bump in the night and as backup weapon to your CQB or Longer range weaponry)

    Full size Kimber 1911 in .45

  • Simple Logic Proof That Gun Control Laws Make us Less Safe

    07/20/2010 6:15:17 AM PDT · 12 of 14
    chainsaw56 to Malsua

    To add to your argument: Even IF you could wave a magic wand and rid the entire world of Guns and the means to manufacture them ( An utterly impossible proposition except to the Leftists who nightly dream of Statist utopias)
    You would STILL have edged weapons – weapons that favor those in society of greater physical stature, fighting skills and imbued with basic brutality.
    Getting rid of edged weapons would involve ridding the world of ANYTHING that can hold an edge – Metal, plastic, stone, etc.
    Most thinking persons will at least acknowledge that is an impossible proposition, but by this time the Leftists will have devolved into name calling and insults to distract away from the fact that they have lost the argument.

  • Simple Logic Proof That Gun Control Laws Make us Less Safe

    07/20/2010 6:05:48 AM PDT · 11 of 14
    chainsaw56 to BermanPost
    I like that logic – it's straightforward and simple to understand.
    An alternative argument is my tag line: Basically the point is Do you have the basic human right to self defense.
    Or you ask the person directly if they have that right.
    Once they acknowledge that basic human rights concept, the discussion move onto how do you accomplish this goal.
    The answer to that HAS to involve firearms because that is the only way you have a chance of having parity with most attackers.
    Most other types of defense require physical strength and skill that may not be enough in every situation, not to mention the fact that you attacker may be armed.
    But I suspect in both cases the response to these questions will be along the line of obfuscation and distraction away from the main thrust of the argument – that is usually the case when you confront Leftists with simple and logically sound arguments.
    For Your response to that response, you have to remember to keep the discussion on the relevant topic and avoid the usual baiting a name calling that always seems to be so prevalent when arguing with Leftists.
  • Liberals ask, "Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?"

    07/12/2010 6:10:53 AM PDT · 25 of 47
    chainsaw56 to Oceander
    Not only that, but Statism(Collectivism,Marxism,Socialism,Progressivism,Fascism, ,Leninism,Stalinism,..) in EVERY form has been tried and Failed Every time.

    Just like a science experiment with a number of subtle variations that has been tried in all manner of situations and time period with the SAME EXACT RESULT, we Do not need to repeat that same Stupid experience – No matter what the H@ll you call it...

  • Mandatory Training for Gun Owners: Constitutional? Useful?

    07/11/2010 10:03:16 AM PDT · 25 of 119
    chainsaw56 to Gritty
    Is there mandatory government training to be able to exercise the vote? Peacefully assemble? Worship in the church of your choice? Start your own newspaper? Get a jury trial?
    Excellent point. You may also want to remember that the source of many a gun control measure was racism – certain people didn't want minorities to be able to defend themselves. Why don't the Leftists ever mention that?
  • Mandatory Training for Gun Owners: Constitutional? Useful?

    07/11/2010 9:57:06 AM PDT · 19 of 119
    chainsaw56 to Kaslin

    Who gets to determine how much ‘training’ you need?

    How often would you have to undergo re-training?

    How much would all of this training cost?

    Who would test this training – i.e. who get s to determine if you have trained enough?

    At some point, people would decide it’s not worth the hassle in order to be able to defend yourself.

    When do all of these ‘Training’ requirements become an Infringement on our right of self-defense?

  • Daley Vows New Gun Ordinances

    06/29/2010 8:10:20 AM PDT · 58 of 81
    chainsaw56 to Biggirl
    If he really wants to Get guns off the street, maybe he should start with his security detail and move on to the Chicago PD.

    If they want to make it difficult to have a gun in Chicago, Daley and the police force should be the first to disarm.

    That would be ‘sure fire’ way of getting guns off the street, right?
    Who could object to that?

  • Guns Save Lives

    06/23/2010 1:58:23 PM PDT · 8 of 11
    chainsaw56 to mrmeyer

    It’s simple – the Right of self defense is just like any other right, something the NYT can’t abide.

    Same as freedom of speech, the right to own property, the right to keep what you produce.

    The NYT believes the government should be the only one with those rights.

  • Nation's gun cancer spreads

    05/03/2010 11:11:00 AM PDT · 144 of 224
    chainsaw56 to OneWingedShark
    Just don’t put it in the microwave. ;)

    Dang! That’s how I lost one of mine.

  • Nation's gun cancer spreads

    05/03/2010 10:41:00 AM PDT · 135 of 224
    chainsaw56 to Second Amendment First
    Okay, Patrick Walsh what exactly are the manifestations of this “Cancer”?

    Is crime out of control in areas where the law-abiding are allowed to defend themselves?

    Is it perfectly peaceful in areas where they are not?

    Why don’t you try to use some real world logic in your argument?

  • Firearm Safety In America 2009

    04/09/2010 6:24:42 AM PDT · 26 of 28
    chainsaw56 to Cyber Liberty

    The hard left national socialists can never seem to understand that simple concept – it really ties them up in knots when you phrase it that way.

  • Fearing Obama Agenda, States Push to Loosen Gun Laws

    03/23/2010 7:00:43 AM PDT · 26 of 26
    chainsaw56 to sig226

    I’m really sorry about that – would it make you feel any better to know that it Zotted ALL the guns in my neighborhood?

    (And some of them had just rented boats for the weekend)

  • Fearing Obama Agenda, States Push to Loosen Gun Laws

    02/24/2010 12:23:44 PM PST · 22 of 26
    chainsaw56 to Noumenon
    Sorry, it Disintegrated itself in the process.
  • Fearing Obama Agenda, States Push to Loosen Gun Laws

    02/24/2010 12:20:28 PM PST · 21 of 26
    chainsaw56 to wastedyears

    LMAO,
    Why, yes it was.

  • Hiding information (barf alert)

    02/24/2010 6:30:45 AM PST · 7 of 12
    chainsaw56 to rellimpank
    And the National Socialist Media wonders why it’s ratings and circulation numbers continue to plummet.

    Maybe if they actually told the truth once in awhile.....

    [Just saying]

  • Fearing Obama Agenda, States Push to Loosen Gun Laws

    02/24/2010 6:20:11 AM PST · 13 of 26
    chainsaw56 to Vote 4 Nixon
    Oh yes, excellent advice for all hands.

    I personally have to “Resupply” seeing that I lost ALL my guns and Ammo whilst trying out my new Disintegration ray gun in the backyard last Sunday afternoon.

  • Fearing Obama Agenda, States Push to Loosen Gun Laws

    02/23/2010 7:05:08 PM PST · 10 of 26
    chainsaw56 to reaganaut1

    The fact that there it’s been difficult to buy ammo for more than a year should really tell people something.

    They know there’s a storm coming.

  • Update On Bogus “Poll” Of NRA Members

    02/23/2010 12:24:16 PM PST · 8 of 18
    chainsaw56 to ozzymandus

    Of course, whether the poll was pure unadulterated BS or not dosen’t matter to the NSM, all that matters is they now have a poll they can trumpet all over the place about what ‘rank and file’ NRA members want, blah, blah, blah.

    Forget about whether it’s true or not.

  • Update On Bogus “Poll” Of NRA Members

    02/23/2010 12:04:05 PM PST · 3 of 18
    chainsaw56 to neverdem
    The truth doesn't matter to the Far-left national Socialist Democrats, just the attainment of power.

    And if they have to sacrifice the law-abiding to the criminal element in order to empower the government through citizen disarmament, it doesn't matter to them one dang bit.

    Remember what Stalin said about omelettes.

  • Current laws not stopping illegal gun epidemic

    02/23/2010 9:01:50 AM PST · 29 of 40
    chainsaw56 to Puppage; All
    How does allowing the law-abiding the right to defend themselves have to do with a revolving door justice system that refuses to punish the guilty?

    Should the law-abiding have to pay (with their lives in some cases) for the fact that the criminals are mostly given a slap on the wrist?

    If criminals ARE being arrested with illegal guns and not being punished, isn't the problem centered in the justice system and not the laws themselves.

    If they are going to just let off criminals after they break the law, how will NEW laws fix the problem?????

  • The movie "Signs" as it really would have been.

    02/22/2010 6:15:51 PM PST · 42 of 44
    chainsaw56 to LouAvul

    Great thread – the NRA magazine: “America’s 1st Freedom” had a great article about how some movie classics would have been a lot different if the people in them had guns.

    Alfred Hitchcock ‘The Birds’ would have been a lot different for example.

  • Bill O’Reilly On Citizens Maintaining Second Amendment Rights During States Of Emergency

    02/22/2010 12:08:53 PM PST · 109 of 122
    chainsaw56 to DaveyB
    Good points,

    Sometimes you wonder if BORe’s problem is that he doesn't know what he doesn't know. If the government can arbitrarily suspend fundamental civil rights like the right of self defense because of bad weather, where will it go from there?

    Things generally go from bad to worse when ever the government is involved – so given the precedent of NOLA and Katrina, what will the future hold for our rights?

  • Bill O’Reilly On Citizens Maintaining Second Amendment Rights During States Of Emergency

    02/22/2010 11:33:06 AM PST · 102 of 122
    chainsaw56 to Wee-Weed Up
    You say one thing that doesn’t agree with whatever FR article is posted and you get bombarded by a bunch of hyenas.

    You said something that was False, there is a vast difference between fact and opinion – you're implying that you stated a adverse opinion and were vilified for it.
    That is not the case, you made a statement of fact, and that was easily disproved.

  • Bill O’Reilly On Citizens Maintaining Second Amendment Rights During States Of Emergency

    02/22/2010 11:21:15 AM PST · 90 of 122
    chainsaw56 to Wee-Weed Up

    Has it been used in that manner?

  • Bill O’Reilly On Citizens Maintaining Second Amendment Rights During States Of Emergency

    02/22/2010 11:11:59 AM PST · 72 of 122
    chainsaw56 to Wee-Weed Up
    Ok, it doesn’t specifically say those exact words.

    So you were WRONG.

    Why do you keep repeatably reposting the same thing?
    We can all see the responses you've made to others, and you keep on repeating the same thing over and over again, as though it will make it true just as long as you repeat it enough times.

  • Bill O’Reilly On Citizens Maintaining Second Amendment Rights During States Of Emergency

    02/22/2010 11:02:24 AM PST · 61 of 122
    chainsaw56 to Wee-Weed Up
    You stated:

    It specifically says in the Constitution, in the a state of emergency, the government can temporarily suspend the 2nd Amendment in order to get things under control.

    It does NOT say that, you know that, I know that and everyone else reading these postings knows that.