The 2nd Amendment as according the the United States Senate.

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  1. TDS92A

    TDS92A New Member Supporter

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  2. mountainman13

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    They aren't getting it wrong. They are changing it. A generation or two taught differently and the law is changed without ever changing it.
     

  3. TDS92A

    TDS92A New Member Supporter

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    And as long as we stay on them like stink on a warm pile, they will fail. :mad:

    Parents and Grand Parents are the ultimate teachers of our youth. :D

     
  4. nitestalker

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    The first restrictive gun laws were used by the Southern Democrats to keep freed men from owning arms. The Eastern Democrats used the firearms laws to deny immigrant Irish from owning firearms. The Midwestern Democrats used gun laws to assure the safety of crime bosses who run the city.
    Today the Liberal Democrats are on the gun forums preaching the Obama line. Gun owners should not oppose "Common Sense" gun laws. I think after 170 years and 60,000 gun laws we need to show some common sense.:p
     
  5. mountainman13

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    Did your parents and grand parents go through your school books and point out all the lies in them? I'd bet not. Mine didn't.
    I had to continue my learning on my own after I finished school. I quickly came to the realization that basically everything I was taught in school was a lie or half truth.
    This generation has no interest in thinking for themselves never mind learning. The next generation will be worse.
     
  6. nitestalker

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    MM Things changed in the 1960s. America's Heroes were held up to the students as bad people. Washington was no longer the "Father" of our Nation. Washington was painted as a slave holding tyrant. The Socialist wave had to destroy the Nations pride to establish state-ism.The result 50 years later is a failing Nation like the Socialist states of Europe. :(
     
  7. TDS92A

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    Like yours, mine did not either. But at least mine told me things that I could verify.

    It is up to us to keep teaching the youth of today. All it takes is one. That one tells two and so on.

    We give up the fight when we are dead and not before.


     
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  8. c3shooter

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    Apologies to Donovan...

    When I was a young man, I was led to believe
    there were organisations to kill my snakes for me
    ie the church, ie the government, ie the school-
    But when I got a little older, I learned I had to kill them myself
     
  9. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

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    i think you hit the nail on the head. our generation was taught to think for ourselves and to question what didn't seem right.

    we were taught to trust, but verify. the newer generations simply trust, without question, and no verification. truly sad. many of the newer generations are nothing more than mindless robots, lacking the ability to think for themselves.
     
  10. WNGMSTR

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    Freedom is still on the menu....it will take middle America to keep it there.

    To those of us who swore the oath, we know exactly what the 2A is and means for our freedom. Snakes beware.:cool:
     
  11. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

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    here's something to think on. why do people come to this country to complain about how bad it is? why do some that were born here want to change what this country was founded on?

    if people who come here, or that wer born here, don't like this country or what is founded on, why don't they leave?

    why do they want to change the Constitution? if they don't like what it stands for, why don't they leave and find another country more suitable to their ideals and beliefs?

    personally, i like the premises on which our founding fathers designed for our country. i like that they put the rights of the people ahead of those of the government. that the government was to serve the people and not vice versa. that they put into place measures, (the 2nd amendment) to protect us from our government if it got out of control. IMO, the Constitution works just fine today as it did over two hundred years ago.
     
  12. rferguson61

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    Coming from the generation you guys are speaking of, i agree. I used to believe everything my teachers said. I grew up though and learned 99% of what i learned was a crock of sh!t. If it wasn't completely fabricated it was altered to get the point across that THEY wanted to make. Also, (slightly off topic) I fully believe that a good day of hard work has almost entirely been lost on my generation. I told a buddy of mine that i spent 6 hours splitting wood the other day. His reply,"Why, can't you just buy it that way?" Because everything is done for people nowadays so they don't have to do anything, they don't have to think, they get told. And they believe. Sheeple.
     
  13. rferguson61

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    Entitlement. The bull sh!t mindset that my dad taught me not to tolerate. They feel they shouldn't have to move because they aren't happy...they are important damnit! Everyone should move and make them happy. I fully agree...you don't like what our country was founded on...see ya. That would be like moving to anywhere in South America and saying all the drug trafficking needs to stop because you don't like it.
     
  14. TDS92A

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    @rferguson61,

    It seems to me that you were raised right. It seems to me that yo uwere given the "trust, but verify" attitude. Now pass it on. :D


     
  15. rferguson61

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    Thank you, i like the way i was raised. And you better believe my chiller will be raised the same way. The say my soon comes home and tells me that i can only have guns if I'm part of a militia....we will have a very long talk. Similar to the birds and the bees talk...but it will be the elephants and the asses.
     
  16. TDS92A

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    Multiple "Likes" on this post!!! :D

    Can I borrow the "Elephants and Asses" line? :D

     
  17. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

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    i agree!:D

    i will say this, his father pointed him in the right direction!:D
     
  18. TDS92A

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    Yes he did!!:D

    It is good to know that there are folks like us out there raising their kids the proper way.


     
  19. rferguson61

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    Haha sure. Its a nickel every time you use it tho ;)

    He really did. Once i got over my billy bad *** phase and was willing to listen he taught me more then i ever learned in school. And its all stuff i actually use in real life. I am extremely lucky to have the father i do.
     
  20. TDS92A

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    With this attitude, you are going to have a field day with the likes of Chain Fire and Flat Tire. :eek::D:D