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Should You Trust Those Who Don't Support The Second Amendment?

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Should You Trust Those Who Don't Support The Second Amendment?




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Category: March 2012

Published on Tuesday, 27 March 2012 07:00

Written by The Looking Spoon


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  • 2012-03-29 03:02:50
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    Ian McGibboney
    - Huh?


    How exactly is Obama an
    enemy of the Second Amendment? His only gun action as president has been
    to allow concealed carry in national parks. Not exactly a gun grab
    there.












2012-03-29 07:39:35


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The Looking Spoon
- Three words...


Fast and Furious.


If you think that's actually about tracking guns into Mexico...



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  • A Carpenter 2012/04/06 03:02:11 (edited)
    A Carpenter
    +1
    such a silly thought, the second amendment exists "specifically" to protect the CITIZENS of a free society from the encroachment of would be TYRANTS over same citizens.
    this is why it is placed alongside the right to a militia.
    militias being an accepted part of early american life.
    the government may 'call' upon a militia, but is not required to fund it or support it in any way. nor may it command a militia.
    if anyone ever took the time to read the federalist papers they'd know that.
  • Racefish 2012/03/29 15:43:07
    Racefish
    +3
    I wouldn't trust anyone who doesn't uphold any part of the Constitution.
  • Lydecho... Racefish 2012/04/03 19:38:03
    Lydecho Rain (Лидия)
    You only trust Americans? One of my best friends lives in Japan and she's very trustworthy.
  • Racefish Lydecho... 2012/04/04 17:36:09
    Racefish
    +1
    Context please.
  • Lydecho... Racefish 2012/04/04 18:03:55
    Lydecho Rain (Лидия)
    Context? Everything you say is in context to something, or nothing, it's all the same.
  • Racefish Lydecho... 2012/04/04 19:13:16
    Racefish
    +1
    In this case, we're referring to the citizens of this country in respect to the 2nd Amendment.
    However, being able to trust someone from another culture has some limits as to their moral and cultural compass. Don't think I'm denigrating you or your friend, but there is nothing in Japan even close to the subject we're discussing here.
  • Lydecho... Racefish 2012/04/04 19:17:28
    Lydecho Rain (Лидия)
    I know. But nothing stays permanent forever. I mean, the constitution is important, but you can't expect it to stay the same forever. People owning guns is dangerous, and not nearly as necessary as it was when the constitution was written. Back then there weren't any high-tech security systems, they only relied on self defense. But now there are better non-violent ways to protect ourselves. Violence is horrible and shouldn't be promoted.
  • Racefish Lydecho... 2012/04/04 19:29:07
    Racefish
    +1
    Do you have one of those "high tech security systems" in your home? By the way, it's not the "legal" gun owners that commit crimes. It's those who don't really care if a gun is legal or not.

    I'll refer you back to an earlier post.
    http://www.sodahead.com/unite...
  • Lydecho... Racefish 2012/04/04 19:49:30
    Lydecho Rain (Лидия)
    Yes, I know. But if they completely stopped making guns or any other weapons no one would even need to protect themselves.
  • Racefish Lydecho... 2012/04/05 16:33:18
  • A Carpe... Racefish 2012/04/06 02:56:14
    A Carpenter
    +1
    false, the only element necessary to commit crime is intent.
    that being said, murder, or any other crime, can committed with a myriad of assorted household or hardware store implements. even a simple pen can be used to commit murder.
  • Racefish A Carpe... 2012/04/06 15:43:55
    Racefish
    But you can't commit a crime without carrying it out.

    Com`mit´
    v. t. 1. To give in trust; to put into charge or keeping; to intrust; to consign;
    2. To put in charge of a jailor; to imprison.
    These two were committed.
    >3. To do; to perpetrate, as a crime, sin, or fault.<

    Of course guns don't have to be used.
    Intent cannot be a crime "unless" it's in the context of a "conspiracy to commit". That would imply acts by more than one person and a possibility of financial, or some other benefit, by one or more.
  • A Carpe... Lydecho... 2012/04/06 02:56:19 (edited)
    A Carpenter
    +1
    false, the only element necessary to commit crime is intent.
    that being said, murder, or any other crime, can committed with a myriad of assorted household or hardware store implements. even a simple pen can be used to commit murder.
    being armed levels the playing field for law abiding citizens.
    BTW, why do all libs automatically assume that having a gun makes one a criminal?
    this same fallacious thought pattern means that anyone with a pen is a writer, or anyone with a hammer is a carpenter!
    either item can kill!
  • Demonic Rat Hunter 2012/03/29 13:27:26
  • WannaBeRSC the Contrarian SOB 2012/03/29 11:58:47
  • Old Timer 2012/03/29 11:00:41
    Old Timer
    +3
    The FATHERS had it RIGHT.

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