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Old 11-01-2011, 03:22 AM   #21
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I have to agree with you on this one.

It's typical political BS. Come up with a bold new plan,

with NO WAY to implement it...
That's not true they are going to implement it IMMEDIATELY....lol
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Forget the protesters. In a recent poll 28% of parents said they would rather see their children go up to be Wall St. protesters, than Wall St. executives. Parents would rather see their own kids living in tents, eating out of dumpsters, screwing in the park, than be earning 7 digit salaries at Goldman Sachs. This country is finished. It's unbelievable how much it has dumbed down in the last 40 years.

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My only problem with the protest is this: HIPPIES! I'm not a fan of hippies. If they truely want a revolution, they're gonna have to be willing to get bloody. They're out there protesting peace yet they want billionares to just redistribute wealth and step down? Yeah, that'll happen!! Not without starting a full fledged war. Not that they'll be able to take the global elite with steel drums and acoustic guitars. I'm all for revolution, but not through peaceful means. The occupy flint michigan hippies aren't event occupying public property, they're in someones backyard. I think they missed the idea of "occupy" public space.

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Forget the protesters. In a recent poll 28% of parents said they would rather see their children go up to be Wall St. protesters, than Wall St. executives. Parents would rather see their own kids living in tents, eating out of dumpsters, screwing in the park, than be earning 7 digit salaries at Goldman Sachs. This country is finished. It's unbelievable how much it has dumbed down in the last 40 years.
That 28% are the ones that work at places like PETA and the ACLU and support Barry. That's actually a good thing. It seems like the numbers are going down from the 60s-70s era.
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Term limits, ending the fed and withdrawing troops from Iraq/Afghanistan I can agree with. The rest of it sounds pretty darn fishy.

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Term limits, ending the fed and withdrawing troops from Iraq/Afghanistan I can agree with. The rest of it sounds pretty darn fishy.
And there you have it. Give new york, illinois, and california high cap mags too. Why not?
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And there you have it. Give new york, illinois, and california high cap mags too. Why not?
They have high cap mags in all those states. You just have to be a cop or in the military (maybe that will increase recruitment).
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They have high cap mags in all those states. You just have to be a cop or in the military (maybe that will increase recruitment).
Id rather be a criminal
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I'm all for revolution, but not through peaceful means.
Personally, I'd like to avoid revolution or civil war if at all possible. If it comes, we'll deal with it. But welcoming it...no.
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And there you have it. Give new york, illinois, and california high cap mags too. Why not?
I'm in New York and I have a bunch of 30-round AR mags. No problem - perfectly legal. (No, I'm not a LEO or otherwise working for the government.)
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