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Old 07-22-2013, 06:05 AM   #171
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We need 3 term limit for all political positions.

Focus on the real issue "Gun Control"!

McCain and the other Rhino's have sold this country out long ago!

Read this article he is spot on:

http://www.thebangswitch.com/breaking-news-mccain-has-lost-his-mind/?utm_source=feedly

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We shouldn’t allow this case to be used to crucify gun owners or people who carry firearms for self defense. The gun grabbing politicians have every intention of using this tragedy for political gain and exploiting the emotions of people on both sides of the debate. Their ultimate goal is disarmament and subjugation. They are using this case to turn gun owners and advocates of self defense against each other, and it seems to be working.

I’m sorry if you don’t agree with the jury’s verdict in the Zimmerman case. I’m also sorry if my support of that verdict angers you. We need to get past this disagreement and get our eyes back on the ball. We can’t let these politicians accomplish their goal of dividing and conquering gun owners and advocates of self defense. If we do, we all lose.
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Old 07-22-2013, 09:44 AM   #172
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"You know what the problem is with out government?... there all trying to kill us"

I really think that they just want us to be sheep that they can slaughter when they want to. But regardless back in the old days we didn't need a stand your ground law you felt a threat from someone on your yard you could shootem dead and as long as you had a damn good reason you were ok. Now a days you shoot someone thats armed standing in your door way and you have to lawyer up immediately and clam up and pray to god that people that couldn't even pass the standard GED test will find you not guilty.

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You can be sure that President Trayvon will support Holder's opinion...

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Lights, alarms, shrubbery with very large and numerous thorns. The thorns worked for my sister once. A would be home invader jumped off a bank go gain access to a window at the rear of the house. Cops took the scumbag to the hospital where dozens of sharp long thorns were removed from fleshy parts of his body.


The vast majority of home invasion and stand your ground killings are never prosecuted.

i have been involved on two home invasion shootings. Criminals with long records died both times. My wife and i were never arrested. In one case the prosecutor declined to prosecute my wife and i. In the other case the grand jury declined to indict me.

A few years ago a Lawton, OK man went to his Dad's home to check on something. He was met on the lawn by a huge 17 year old high school senior who was leaving the house with possessions belonging to the owner. For some reason that big dumb kid attacked the man and was shot to death. Our prosecutor declined to prosecute the case, calling it self defense.
As it should be, the system works most of the time. But I can tell you from 30+ years in LE all the lights, thorns, dogs, alarms, and etc. are zero deterrent to a 'home invader' but they are a slight deterrent to a 'burglar'. The ONLY way to protect your self, your home, your family, and your community is be ARMED and prepared to take the action necessary to accomplish this end.
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In your planning, a little fore thought can eliminate many things the prosecution can twist around to use against you.

"How many shots did you fire" Geez, I dunno. I thought the guy was trying to kill me, so I just started' shootin. Ya don't count bullets when somebody's tryin' to kill ya."

Why did you use hollow nose ammo? I dunno much about this stuff, I aint never shot nobody before. This is the ammo the dealer told me the cops use, and those us are the pros, so that's what I bought.

But your initial response when the police first arrive:

"Somebody just tried to kill me, and I'm really upset. I want to talk to me pastor and my lawyer before I say anything.

Ask for your pastor first! If it goes to trial, the officer will testify that the first thing you asked for was your pastor. That makes you the good, moral religious guy that didn't want to hurt anyone.

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If someone is following me, and is within less than 20 feet, I will walk to a well lighted area. If he continues to follow me, I will call 9-1-1.

If he confronts me, I will draw my weapon.

Avoiding confrontation, if possible, is always the best course of action.

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These so-called rats in the Senate that want to over step states rights need to butt out.

More at the link below.

Senate panel to review 'stand your ground' laws

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2013/07/19/zimmerman-trayvon-stand-your-ground-senate-hearing/2568677/

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WASHINGTON — A key U.S. senator said Friday he will hold a hearing this fall on the self-defense laws known as "stand your ground."
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I am concerned about something and perhaps someone can clarify for me.

As I understand, the "Stand Your Ground" legislation in FL is now under attack. I read an article that postulated about the potential for lost of Castle Doctrine in states supporting it, should the SYG law be struck down.

Is this even remotely possible?

Now, couple that with the resident's renewed push for gun control, I can see many socialists rubbing their hands together gleefully.

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I have two doctrines, No matter what the laws are. You enter my domain and threaten me and mine, you have just taken your last breath. How long can you hold your breath...................Lets dance.............
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How can Arizona elect a conservative Governor like Jan Brewer? The same voters also elect McCain? The retired veteran an auto worker excuse is strange.
Jan Brewer is a RINO just like McCain. Half of here staff used to work for McCain. She rammed thru this spring a Medicare expansion based on Obamacare, and told the Legislators, if they didn't send here the medicare expansion bill she would veto all bills until that was done. Does that sound Republican to you, it doesn't to me.

As far as my excuse, every veteran in Sun City (and there are 6 of those cities) vote for McCain because of trials in Vietnam. The auto workers came from Detroit, and they haven't had a republican administration for 40 years. They will vote for a RINO everytime.
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