This is how they deal with dissent in New Jersey

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by Bigcountry02, May 17, 2013.

  1. Bigcountry02

    Bigcountry02 Coffee! If your not shaking, you need another cup Supporter

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  3. Bigcountry02

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    It is a shame what has happened to this society, the political elite care about one thing appeasement.

    They did not like his voice or his actions. It is becoming more common that if they do not like what you're saying they want you to stop and leave or be escorted from the building.
     
  4. Tackleberry1

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    Sad...

    The beauty of my State of Washington is that State Law allow guns in council chambers and we proved it's not possible to "eject" a room full of armed citizens after a veteran with a CCW spoke in opposition to an existing "city" ban on guns in parks.

    On of the Lib council members asked him if we was armed and when the answer was "yes"... the council member made a motion for the Chief of Police to escort the Vet from the chambers!

    The motion was denied... the LIBTARD excused himself from the rest of the meeting, the Mayor apologized to the Veteran and the next meeting saw the parks gun ban overturned by the council when over 100 open carry activists showed up, "in chambers" in support of there local Veteran.

    This is how freedom works when free people refuse to lay down and stick together... Hopefully NJ can get back there some day.

    Tack
     
  5. movekwik2002

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    Tack

    I too am from washington .... I remember seeing the artical about oak harbor. I do believe even though washington us a very liberal state they have some sane views on guns. We are open carry and issue on request (clp, ccw or ccp how ever you want it called ... lol).
    My 2nd ammendment rights are very important to me and my family. I thank every responsible gun owner and carrier for exercising their right and hope all do it respinible and safe.
     
  6. PanBaccha

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    What a disgrace! But what were the people clapping about? For removing him or for his attempt at exercising the First Amendment? :confused:
     
  7. eatmydust

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    I can only hope that NJ citizens see this video clip and choose to rectify the situation with their votes.
     
  8. Tackleberry1

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    Yep... I think I tripped across the story here in the Washington State Sub Forum.

    I've been a daily CCW guy for 17 years in both WA and OR and never had a problem in either State with permits or law enforcement... Recently began to "open carry" on occasion but no LEO encounters or much in the way of second looks so it's not been a big deal.

    My demeanor and the manner in which I carry myself has caused more than one person over the years to ask me if I'm a Cop... I laugh and so no... I could not take that pay cut. ;)

    So I just assume that the folks who have noticed my OCing... assume I'm a plain clothes officer and just think they missed seeing the badge? Whatever.

    Tack
     
  9. robocop10mm

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    He was "out of order"? New Jersey, you have a HUGE problem. To speak with a forceful voice is not tolerated by the hand wringing libtards. Sheep are afraid of forceful and determined people. I hope he sues the crap out of them for violating his 1st Amendment rights. Let's see how the ACLU sides on this one.
     
  10. KJG67

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    At what point was he "hollering" and "not on the bill"? What a joke.
     
  11. HankStone

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    As the saying goes,"kiss your girlfriend where it stinks,take her to Jersey"!

    I once owned a home in Demarest NJ,I dumped it as I felt I didn't belong there,talk about pink fingered snobs,and me being stuck smack dab in the middle I was!

    Not funny I spent big bucks for that dump,and took a beating when I sold it.
     
  12. HankStone

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    Fagetaboutit the people as we are,are outnumbered by pinkos in NJ.
     
  13. Jpyle

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    They were applauding him. Several minutes later as others were ejected for speaking out Frank Fiamingo stood and lead the room in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. He was ejected as well.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=tQexLYK-X88
     
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  14. movekwik2002

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    I was born in demerest, nj ... I grew up all around bergen co. Then moved to the hudson valley. When I moved out here to washington I always told people I missed "home".
    Then I started following politics and realised that socialism is running rampant out there. For the first time I am glad to live in washington.
    I live in an area were carying a gun is more common place than not carying. And we dont have a big crime problem like they have back east.
     
  15. HankStone

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    movekwik2002,My expensive dump was,101 Hardenburgh Avenue Demarest NJ,the only home on it's own hill,I never raked the leaves,I just let the wind blow them on other peoples property,yes I was a popular man about Town in 1970!

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  16. movekwik2002

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    Thats funny cause I was born inb1974
     
  17. Sonic82

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    Really sad....sadder yet, I think they're winning..or closing in fast.
     
  18. Jpyle

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    They may be winning the battles but they are taking their lumps along the way. We still have a Rep Gov looking at a national office who cannot risk the stink of gun control. Many of the NJ grabbers are also facing opponents in their reelection bids for the first time and they are not happy about it. Time will tell... If they keep shooting people in Trenton despite all the "gun violence" reducing laws our message that these laws actually create more victims may get some attention.
     
  19. HankStone

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    The worst cancer to hit Jersey was Frank Lautenberg.
     
  20. HankStone

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    Not funny,I purchased the dump in 69 with my mustering out pay and a GI loan,with my Wife's idea in the lead of it all,one of toes OH Honey lets.