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Old 01-08-2013, 03:00 PM   #101
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Anyone notice that the latest darling of the anti-gun movement is Gifford and her astronut hubby.

They - the anti's - are pulling out all the stops by enlisting fresh "Bradys".

Sadly, Alex Jones appearance on Peinis Morgan's CNN show has become a comedy routine for the anti-gun movement on talk radio today.

It's getting bad folks.

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I heard a Libertarian - often pro-2A - on a talk show and he basically called us all out to actually stand up and do something when the shot heard round the world goes off, because; we claim we will need the 2A to protect ourselves from the encroaching, over-reaching, unlimited DHS fed govt..

Maybe Tim McVay fired the shot heard round the world - and none of us heard it.
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Timothy McVay was a mass murderer and worse than that nutjob who shot up the elementary school. To hold him in any regard is despicable.
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Not holding him in any regard.

Just consider this; he acted out against the Feds for what he thought was an affront to what, folks at Ruby Ridge(?), overreaction at Waco(?). Whatever.

Back in the day, our "minutemen" acted out against the Redcoats - in a manner I am sure the UK folks felt was "despicable".

No, Newtown and the Aurora shooting(s) were from madness. Tim McVay WAS mad - as in angry.

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Not holding him in any regard.

Just consider this; he acted out against the Feds for what he thought was an affront to what, folks at Ruby Ridge(?), overreaction at Waco(?). Whatever.

Back in the day, our "minutemen" acted out against the Redcoats - in a manner I am sure the UK folks felt was "despicable".

No, Newtown and the Aurora shooting(s) were from madness. Tim McVay WAS mad - as in angry.
The Colonials went up against British soldiers...McVeigh murdered defenseless men, women and children. Not even close to being the same.
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Just consider this; he acted out against the Feds for what he thought was an affront to what, folks at Ruby Ridge(?), overreaction at Waco(?). Whatever.

Back in the day, our "minutemen" acted out against the Redcoats - in a manner I am sure the UK folks felt was "despicable".

No, Newtown and the Aurora shooting(s) were from madness. Tim McVay WAS mad - as in angry.
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The Colonials went up against British soldiers...McVeigh murdered defenseless men, women and children. Not even close to being the same.
McVeigh could have chosen a gov't or military only target ... he chose an office building with a daycare in it ... cowardice!
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I always hear this same crap, and I know its off topic but, what the hell does it mean they say the left is for "women's rights"? Is there a group of republicans some where wanting to take women out of the work place, take away voting rights, tie them to stakes in the kitchen?

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I always hear this same crap, and I know its off topic but, what the hell does it mean they say the left is for "women's rights"? Is there a group of republicans some where wanting to take women out of the work place, take away voting rights, tie them to stakes in the kitchen?
All Republicans, conservative leaning Independents and Tea Party members are in that group by default.
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