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Veteran Advisor

Re: Second amendment

The question was how would it hurt the law abiding citizen as that is what is being claimed by the righties.

Senior Contributor

Re: Second amendment

and I gave you my answer, it would create another database of leagal gun owners that could be used by the anti gun factions to locate and remove such weapons

Veteran Advisor

Re: Second amendment

You know stiel, you are pretty sick.  If you are taking drugs, stop!  If not, start!  You need help.  None of you can answer a simple little question.  So sad that you vote and reproduce!

Veteran Advisor

Re: Second amendment

Dufus, you already have a background check to get buy a gun.  How would this create another one??  I never thought such a simple question would cause so many righties who know everything this much trouble!  Amazing!!!

Senior Contributor

Re: Second amendment

You are the dufas schnur. for asking such an question, if they already have the database and questionaire on a gun purchaser's history, what else do they need? Your sperm count???Hahahahahaahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaahahahahahaq!

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Senior Contributor

Re: Second amendment

Surebutt needs to read the Battle of Athens.   Of course Surebutt will yammer on and on that "this can't happen"  but electrion fraud still occurs.   Here's just a snap shot of the Battle of Athens:

 

Polls for the county election opened August 1, 1946. About 200 armed deputies turned out to patrol the precincts—the normal complement of 15 deputies significantly augmented by reinforcements from other counties. A number of conflicts arose before the polls closed, the most serious of which was when a black man, Tom Gillespie, was assaulted by officers after casting his vote. Deputy C.M. Wise shot and wounded him in the back while he was trying escape from the officers. C.M. Wise was later sentenced to 1–3 years in prison, being the only person to face charges from the events of August 1–2, 1946.[7]

As the polls closed, deputies seized ballot boxes and took them to the jail. Opposition veterans responded by arming themselves and marching there. Some of them had raided the National Guard Armory, obtaining arms and ammunition.[9] Estimates of the number of veterans besieging the jail vary from several hundred[9] to as high as 2,000.[7]

When the men reached the jail, it was barricaded and manned by 55 deputies. The veterans demanded the ballot boxes but were refused. They then opened fire on the jail, initiating a battle that lasted several hours by some accounts,[7][9] considerably less by others.[10] In the end, the door of the jail was dynamited and breached. The barricaded deputies—some with injuries—surrendered, and the ballot boxes were recovered.

During the fight at the jail, rioting had broken out in Athens, mainly targeting police cars.[7][9] This continued even after the ballot boxes were recovered, but subsided by morning.[10]

Aftermath

The recovered ballots certified the election of the five GI Non-Partisan League candidates.[10] Among the reforms instituted was a change in the method of payment and a $5,000 salary cap for officials. In the initial momentum of victory, gambling houses in collusion with the Cantrell regime were raided and their operations demolished. Deputies of the prior administration resigned and were replaced.[10]

Senior Contributor

Re: Second amendment

Panterafan Member
11:14 AM
I'm not a political person at all, in fact I think a lot of you guys on this forum are the perfect example of politically based arrogance, and intolerance. But I guess my only question to you is why give up any right you don't have too. Plus I doubt the gun violence in Chicago and Detroit will be solved by a bunch more expensive government checks.

Who the hell do you think you are by standing in judgement of other opinions.

You as political as the rest of us because you posted here and regularly read here. Furthermore, my guess is you are a repig and hold guns dear to your heart and the extermination of the Obama government is paramount in you dreams. Is that clear enough.

But another register might be a little daunting to those who are addicted to guns because it might reveal their ineligibility to hold a box of matches let alone a gun.

Old 4wd can't believe the ignorant government wants to stop slaughters like sandy hook. He would rather that happen so he can keep his precious guns to stop those treacherous commies taking the country. Can you believe this nut job? Definitely no paranoia there.

He promotes a public listing of gays etc so he can declare open season on them for infecting society while they exercise their freedom and liberty. Tolerance never enters the equation ay?

For Christ sake have a look at the ridiculous justifications you have provided for maintenance of another 11000 senseless deaths this year. This is nothing to do with common sense because there is none of that here. But no one ever suggest egos and fear of each other has anything to do with this. No sir eeee. Perish the thought that our gun culture is put of control.

God bless America and pass the the ammo. Does that sound right?



Senior Advisor

Re: Second amendment

Guns and voting are both protected by the Constitution. The back ground checks for both should be the same.

Veteran Advisor

Re: Second amendment

And this pertains to my question HOW?

Senior Contributor

Re: Second amendment

Pour yourself another drink gough, you are still standing.