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Old 06-25-2010, 08:34 PM   #1
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This is unbelievable!

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Old 06-25-2010, 08:54 PM   #2
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should we have an open hunting season?

This crap is rediculous!

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I am all for an open hunting season.

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Well, one thing we can credit this administration for is allowing us all to take weapons into places like this - so let's have a Meet & Shoot, it would appear the targets are plentiful.

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Its an invasion! We need to do something to protect this house, besides being told where we should and shouldn't go.
its almost like they have taken control of the area.....and we are letting them have it.

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Ungoddamnacceptable. See Article IV Section 4 of the Constitution.

If I lived down there, there is no friggin' way you could keep me away from that area along with a dozen or two very well-armed friends. I would hope and expect there would be hundreds of other similar groups.

Obama won't be regarded as a bad president like Jimmy Carter. He will be regarded as a traitor to this country and far more of a disgrace than Benedict Arnold or Julius Rosenberg were, only Obama is likely to get off much easier than they did.

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Yea-retirement and body guards for all the family for life!!

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Then this will really infuriate you...


I think the next law AZ passes should be to issue AR 15's to all law abiding citizens and train them how to use them.
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Default Heavily-armed citizen militia group plans to patrol smuggling corridor

This was talked about on Fox a few days ago and finally appeared on this local site: Freedoms Phoenix -- Your Portal to Politics, News, Information, and Open Forums

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Heavily-armed citizen militia group plans to patrol smuggling corridor

Heavily-armed citizen militia group plans to patrol smuggling area - KOLD News 13

PINAL COUNTY, AZ (KOLD) - A group of citizens plans to arm themselves with heavy weaponry and patrol the Vekol Valley area of Pinal County, looking for drug smugglers entering the country. They plan to conduct their patrol operation from 3:00pm Saturday to 3:00pm Sunday.

"We're going to block off the narcoterrorists that come up through this area," said Mesa resident Jason "J.T." Ready, who is organizing the gathering.

Ready says volunteers are coming from all over Arizona, and even out of state, to support the effort.

"This is the Minuteman Project on steroids," Ready explained. "We've got people with assault weapons. We will use lawful, deadly force where appropriate."

But Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu responds, "Though I appreciate their support and offer to take up arms and patrol, this would not be helpful, and would only cause a strain on already strained resources, and their safety needs to be a priority. I do not ask or encouraged them to come here."

The Vekol Valley area has become a highly-trafficked corridor for drug runners. The situation has become so dangerous that signs now warn people to stay away. Not far from the area, a Pinal County sheriff's deputy was shot and injured in late April.

Ready has ties to extremist groups, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center, including a neo-Nazi group known as the National Socialist Movement. Ready has denied the group is neo-Nazi.

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I think the next law AZ passes should be to issue AR 15's to all law abiding citizens and train them how to use them.
How about some M16A1s instead?



I'm sure there are probably a few warehouses full of these after the issuance of the newer models.
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