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Old 04-13-2014, 01:16 AM   #201
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Talking in cute riddles is either a sign of intelligence... Or a sign of defeat...

If your saying this is pointless argument because it's clear that you can not dissuade "actual 2A advocates" from engaging in OC... Then yes, I'd agree you are wasting your breath.
cute riddles are many times used when the person lacks the ability to stay in the debate and respond with information pertinent to the debate.
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Old 04-13-2014, 01:46 AM   #202
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Bingo... Those "fair weather" 2A advocates that decry open carry are not people who would fair well in a negotiation. They follow every law to the letter, they follow laws that don't exist, and they fret about people engaging in a legal activity because the FEAR it may lead the sheep astray... without ever realizing they "they" in fact, are the sheep.

Everything in life is a negotiation including our rights and if you can't operate from a position of strength, firm in your knowledge of the law, and prepared to suffer an illegal arrest... Then sue the snot out of the offending officer, then please, keep sending your NRA donation, leave the heavy lifting to those with balls, and quit sniping real 2A advocates from the sidelines.

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With all due respect Tack a great deal of what you say depends on where you are. Here where I live the militant OC advocates actually succeeded in getting our rights restricted even further in California. I do not decry the right to OC, but the way and in the locations where they were doing it here in California was wrong. That would not be true almost anywhere else in the nation though. There are some notable exceptions to what you say.
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Old 04-13-2014, 02:11 AM   #203
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With all due respect Tack a great deal of what you say depends on where you are. Here where I live the militant OC advocates actually succeeded in getting our rights restricted even further in California. I do not decry the right to OC, but the way and in the locations where they were doing it here in California was wrong. That would not be true almost anywhere else in the nation though. There are some notable exceptions to what you say.
Viking... Yes, I understand it backfired in CA but let's be honest... It was never "really" a right in CA to begin with. Your state is a lost cause regarding 2A liberties.

CA is so over run with "takers"... IE... Permanent Democrat Voters, that nothing short of a Revolution followed with the executions of pretty much every State official could turn it around.

It's up to rest of the country to STOP federal bailout for California and allow it to disintegrate in complete violence and chaos as soon as possible.

If all 50 states serve as laboratories of democracy then your state "along with a handful of NE states, serve as examples of "what not to do.

Get out while you can partner... And do all you can to get every other self reliant gainfully employed individual you know to follow you.

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