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Old 09-29-2013, 06:03 PM   #11
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One thing is certain; nations get the governments they deserve.
Not so, but you are entitled to your opinion.
No One 'deserves' what many governments have done the people they should have been caring for!
When those in power abuse their power everyone suffers. This is a fact history has shown time after time. This is exactly what is happening in our government right now and it has been so every since the first progressive, Woodrow Wilson, took power in the early 1900's and passed the 16th and 17th Amendments!
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You may deserve it for voting for pieces of **** like that, but the rest of us don't.
Well, I guess you will just have to work a little harder to select the government you want.
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Not so, but you are entitled to your opinion.
No One 'deserves' what many governments have done the people they should have been caring for!
When those in power abuse their power everyone suffers. This is a fact history has shown time after time. This is exactly what is happening in our government right now and it has been so every since the first progressive, Woodrow Wilson, took power in the early 1900's and passed the 16th and 17th Amendments!
We still choose who we send to Washington, therefore we are responsible and thus the "get what we deserve comment."

The problem with the far-right is that they think that their minority should set the rules for the majority and they can't understand why the rest of us don't go along with their pin-head notions of governance.. I think the Tea Party has pushed hard enough to be firmly rejected in the next elections except for a few backwards states. If the Republicans shut down the government over their "can't have my way" childish stand they will not be remembered favorably at the polls.

Here is a good parody of how many Americans are looking at the House right now:

http://prospect.org/article/memo-republicans-you-lost-now-deal-it
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The problem with the far-right is that they think that their minority should set the rules for the majority and they can't understand why the rest of us don't go along with their pin-head notions of governance.
You mean like Obamacare and Obama's gun control plans? Most of the country does not want those things. How about the NSA's spying? I'm sure most of the country doesn't like the government spying on them.

That's not a far right problem, that's a far left problem.

BTW, less than 25% of the country is Liberal.

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You mean like Obamacare and Obama's gun control plans? Most of the country does not want those things. How about the NSA's spying? I'm sure most of the country doesn't like the government spying on them.

That's not a far right problem, that's a far left problem.

BTW, less than 25% of the country is Liberal.

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Again, I ask "What Federal laws have restricted your gun rights since Obama has been elected." You deal in paranoia, not facts.

The 25% sure did good electing a Democratic President and Senate, I guess the conservatives all stayed home that day.....Or, low and behold, the moderates voted for a Kenyan. Next election we may just throw the Tea back into Boston Harbor as well.

I guess you will probably be old enough to vote in the next election so go do your part.
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Again, I ask "What Federal laws have restricted your gun rights since Obama has been elected. You deal in paranoia, not facts.

The 25% sure did good electing a Democratic President and Senate, I guess the conservatives all stayed home that day.....Or, low and behold, the moderates voted for a Kenyan. Next election we may just throw the Tea back into Boston Harbor as well.
none yet Chainfire. but what about those he proposed that were shot down? whether they were enacted is irrelevent, but the fact is he proposed them and wanted them. that's not theory, that's a simple fact.

now you can try and downplay his role in restricting our gun rights by saying none were passed, but that's simple denial on your part and more posturing and pandering by you for supporting that idiot Obama. you should be ashamed and embarassed for voting for such a charletain and scammer.
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The individual states are where the game is won or lost. There are not that many Federal Gun laws as compared to state and local restrictions. We have some 20,000 firearms laws in this country 99% state and local.
Every Federal Law has been birthed in a state and worked up to a Federal Law. The NRA compromises? Why attack the Republican party and the NRA? That is like burning your bridges behind you because they cross rivers?
Nightstalker is correct...

States like CA and Cities like ****-CA-go, the "Rotten Apple", and the District of Cork Suckers... I mean Columbia... did not become anti gun cesspools of plight and violence from anything the Federal Gooberment did.

These idiots did it to themselves because they chose "free cheese" over self determination.

As a Nation, we have already crossed the tipping point where more voters choose "free benefits" over "liberty"... and the day is rapidly approaching where we will all face the choice between kneeling... Or fighting.

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Nightstalker is correct...

States like CA and Cities like ****-CA-go, the "Rotten Apple", and the District of Cork Suckers... I mean Columbia... did not become anti gun cesspools of plight and violence from anything the Federal Gooberment did.

These idiots did it to themselves because they chose "free cheese" over self determination.

As a Nation, we have already crossed the tipping point where more voters choose "free benefits" over "liberty"... and the day is rapidly approaching where we will all face the choice between kneeling... Or fighting.

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because many have chosen to be entitled, rather than making it on their own for so long, they would rather lose their freedoms and rights, rather than the free benefits they recieve. so when it comes to voting time, they will vote for those in power to to ensure that those free benefits keep coming.
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because many have chosen to be entitled, rather than making it on their own for so long, they would rather lose their freedoms and rights, rather than the free benefits they recieve. so when it comes to voting time, they will vote for those in power to to ensure that those free benefits keep coming.
No such thing as free... And the Feds are beyond broke. Only way to keep it going for the states that take out more in welfare than they contribute in taxes is to illegally inflate tax rates on the wealthier, higher producing states.

The next American Revolution will be more of a Civil War than a Revolution and it will be over Tax Revolt...

The Feds know this which is why Dems and Rino's both have been "trying" to sell 2A down the river.

Unfortunately for the progressives, far too many Americans believe the propper way to treat a thief is with 00 Buckshot to the face... and a thief is a thief regardless of whether he's using a crow bar... or a badge.

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