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Dave's 2A Blog
Monday, 28 February 2011
Topic: General politics


 The only difference between me and a prophet is that a prophet will tell you "when"

"When" doesnt matter to me.


And REMEMBER WHAT ELSE I SAID: That someday, the poor, repressed folk will get tired of this shit and organize with the GANGS- THEN ALL HELL WIL BREAK LOOSE.  IT WONT MATTER "WHO" or "WHY"


Rioters target Seattle police, local businesses late Saturday

A group of 25 to 30 people, most dressed in black and wearing bandannas or masks, wreaked mayhem Saturday night on Capitol Hill and the Denny Triangle area of Seattle, painting anti-police slogans, throwing flares at patrol cars and trashing several businesses, police said.

Seattle Times staff reporter

A group of 25 to 30 people, most dressed in black and wearing bandannas or masks, wreaked mayhem Saturday night in Seattle on Capitol Hill and the Denny Triangle, painting anti-police slogans, throwing flares at patrol cars and trashing several businesses, police said.

Officers arrested three people on suspicion of rioting, pedestrian interference and obstruction.

The melee began about 9 p.m., as an officer was taking a prisoner to the West Precinct office at Eighth Avenue and Virginia Street. The officer noted a large group gathered nearby at Boren Avenue and Howell Street, the intersection where Seattle police Officer Ian Birk fatally shot John T. Williams, a First Nations woodcarver, on Aug. 30. The area was the scene of a September protest.

The shooting was ruled unjustified, but prosecutors recently said they would not file criminal charges. Mayor Mike McGinn, meanwhile, declared Sunday John T. Williams Day.

 [[PS the context here is a cop murdering a CITIZEN in the streets for POSESSING A KNIFE]]

Posted by Dave at 1:21 PM PST
Friday, 25 February 2011
Government shutdown?
Topic: General politics
There isnt going to be a government shutdown. "Government" is the CONgress, pRESIDENT and Courts. IRS, CIA, FBI, DHHS ARE NOT GOVERNMENT.

We can no longer afford the greedy, bloated Administration where 100s of thousands of people make $100K + a year. for not actually DOING ANYTHING.

The answer is simple. Restore CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT, 3 Branches. Whatever they needed an "adminstration" to do previously is not going to be done. A bloated Administration IS NOT LIMITED GOVT.

Beyond the scope of what the 500 people in the Branches can handle? Then its not to be done.

Eliminat the IRS and do a 5% FLAT TAX. CONgress opens a deopsit only account and taxes are deposited directly into that account. Id heard that IRS employs more than 100,000 people. 'Times' that by $100K.

End of financial woes once we get rid of the professional thieves.

Posted by Dave at 7:47 AM PST
Thursday, 24 February 2011
Topic: General politics

Bobs been saying the government HAD to be complicit in Mexican arms traffic.


Ive been preaching the Govt conspiracy to manufacture crises and benefit from them.



February 23, 2011

Gunrunning scandal uncovered at the ATF

Program aimed at stopping the flow of weapons from the US to Mexico may have allegedly had the opposite effect

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    "Project Gunrunner," an operation run by the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, was designed to stop the flow of guns from the U.S. to Mexico's drug cartels, but had the opposite result. Investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson reports.


WASHINGTON - Keeping American weapons from getting into the hands of Mexican gangs is the goal of a program called "Project Gunrunner." But critics say it's doing exactly the opposite. CBS News investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson reports on what she found.

December 14, 2010. The place: a dangerous smuggling route in Arizona not far from the border. A special tactical border squad was on patrol when gunfire broke out and agent Brian Terry was killed.

Kent, Brian's brother, said "he was my only brother. That was the only brother I had. I'm lost."

The assault rifles found at the murder were traced back to a U.S. gun shop. Where they came from and how they got there is a scandal so large, some insiders say it surpasses the shoot-out at Ruby Ridge and the deadly siege at Waco.

To understand why, it helps to know something about "Project Gunrunner" an operation run by the ATF the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

Read the indictment

"Project Gunrunner" deployed new teams of agents to the southwest border. The idea: to stop the flow of weapons from the US to Mexico's drug cartels. But in practice, sources tell CBS News, ATF's actions had the opposite result: they allegedly facilitated the delivery of thousands of guns into criminal hands.

CBS News wanted to ask ATF officials about the case, but they wouldn't agree to an interview. We were able to speak to six veteran ATF agents and executives involved. They don't want to be quoted by name for fear of retaliation. These are their allegations.

In late 2009, ATF was alerted to suspicious buys at seven gun shops in the Phoenix area. Suspicious because the buyers paid cash, sometimes brought in paper bags. And they purchased classic "weapons of choice" used by Mexican drug traffickers - semi-automatic versions of military type rifles and pistols.

Sources tell CBS News several gun shops wanted to stop the questionable sales, but ATF encouraged them to continue.

Jaime Avila was one of the suspicious buyers. ATF put him in its suspect database in January of 2010. For the next year, ATF watched as Avila and other suspects bought huge quantities of weapons supposedly for "personal use." They included 575 AK-47 type semi-automatic rifles.

[[And the God Damn Feds want to track TWO PURCHASES BY CITIZENS according to NRAs last magazine???? Thats how the cover-up works, the magician distracts the mark and makes him believe the illusion, in this case, by diverting attention onto Citizens while they run their murderous game.]]

ATF managers allegedly made a controversial decision: allow most of the weapons on the streets. The idea, they said, was to gather intelligence and see where the guns ended up. Insiders say it's a dangerous tactic called letting the guns, "walk."

[[ The M.O. is "create crime and keep ourselves in business" If/WHEN they get caught, they can always villanize the GUN DEALERS ]] 

One agent called the strategy "insane." Another said: "We were fully aware the guns would probably be moved across the border to drug cartels where they could be used to kill."

On the phone, one Project Gunrunner source (who didn't want to be identified) told us just how many guns flooded the black market under ATF's watchful eye. "The numbers are over 2,500 on that case by the way. That's how many guns were sold - including some 50-calibers they let walk."

50-caliber weapons are fearsome. For months, ATF agents followed 50-caliber Barrett rifles and other guns believed headed for the Mexican border, but were ordered to let them go. One distraught agent was often overheard on ATF radios begging and pleading to be allowed to intercept transports. The answer: "Negative. Stand down."


CBS News has been told at least 11 ATF agents and senior managers voiced fierce opposition to the strategy. "It got ugly..." said one. There was "screaming and yelling" says another. A third warned: "this is crazy, somebody is gonna to get killed."

Sure enough, the weapons soon began surfacing at crime scenes in Mexico - dozens of them sources say - including shootouts with government officials.

One agent argued with a superior asking, "are you prepared to go to the funeral of a federal officer killed with one of these guns?" Another said every time there was a shooting near the border, "we would all hold our breath hoping it wasn't one of 'our' guns."

[[And they let the SCAM go till one of their own gets killed, then its no fun anymore...


 YET. They dont care WHO THEY KILL in their insane power grab]] 

Then, Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was murdered. The serial numbers on the two assault rifles found at the scene matched two rifles ATF watched Jaime Avila buy in Phoenix nearly a year before. Officials won't answer whether the bullet that killed Terry came from one of those rifles. But the nightmare had come true: "walked" guns turned up at a federal agent's murder.

"You feel like s***. You feel for the parents," one ATF veteran told us.

Hours after Agent Terry was gunned down, ATF finally arrested Avila. They've since indicted 34 suspected gunrunners in the same group. But the indictment makes no mention of Terry's murder, and no one is charged in his death.

Kent Terry said of his brother, "He'd want them to tell the truth. That's one thing my brother didn't like was a liar. And that's what he'd want. He'd want the truth.

In a letter, the Justice Department which oversees ATF says the agency has never knowingly allowed the sale of assault weapons to suspected gunrunners.


Posted by Dave at 8:15 PM PST
Thursday, 17 February 2011
todays Tech rant
Topic: general rant/rave

The Fox shall CERTAINLY investigate the hen house robberies...collect dead hens, bags of feathers for evidence, then prosecute the Farmer for leaving the gate open.

Two CONgressmen (emphasis on "con") "asking" FCC to investigate gOogle (emphasis on "Oogle").

My comments (from someone who can design all this equipment and the systems too)
" Two items should be of prime importance:

1.) Googles activities that are a TERRORIST RISK. Its GREAT to have all this data available to plan TERRORIST ATTACKS. They dont have to show up in person, just download Googs Street Views and know where to PARK THE VAN.

2.) Goog should be exposed and prosecuted for MASS IDENTITY THEFT and MASS ILLEGAL WIRETAPPING/ EAVESDROPPING.

The fact (if it be so) that theyre doing it for NSA or some other Fed Agency notwithstanding  "

Then consider this about the super spy network:

1.) start with sat data showing your front yard down to 1/10th of an inch
2.) Street view to show, up close what the Sats cant see, since theyre overhead
3.) then the extremely high resolution photos theyre taking INSIDE YOUR HOUSE with the CAMERA IN YOUR CELL PHONE. And the inside of every-where ELSE you go, talking on the phone or not. And not only every "where", but every "one"...

...which is why my phone has no camera. Put electrical tape over yours.

Its too easy, and profitable, for an Agency like NSA to pay off Verizon or ATT etc to capture images and audio from your phone. Its a microphone and camera tied to an all digital network that they can turn on and off at will. With a 3 MP imager and the right image processing software, they can tell what nap the roller was that painted the walls in your house.

The three participants:

a.) you, unknowing and unwilling
b) the phone co. whos getting paid from Govt deep pockets for their covert activities
c.) the Feds paying them with YOUR MONEY.

  It's too easy to capture data from your phone and have it never show up on your phone bill, they can easily route the charges to some Fed account.

  All this honest and above board activity by your Government which, Im told, previously brought you covert programs like Dial/Coins, a scheme to keep bouncing illegal files around the internet. That came from a fmr Agent, not some conspiracy website.

  Sure, the premise that they can use all this technology to prevent terrorist attacks sounds great, but they cant - they couldnt catch cold on a rainy day (did they stop OKC or 9-11 or the NYC "bomber? F-no, they let him on a PLANE)- and its all well and good till they mistakenly pin it on YOU, they YOU have to prove innocence...Its too easy to paint YOUR face on a bank robbers body in a bank camera video, and as poor quality as the videos are, no way to prove it was a forgery. Just ask yourself- "why does JP Morgan bank, with trillions of dollars lying around, still use antiquated, low resolution cameras that produce crappy quality, grainy, washed-out video? Think they cant afford good cameras in an era when sats can resolve 1/10th of an inch from space? Hell no, they dont care if a bank robber takes YOUR money, its not THEIRS and THEY are INSURED.

And for anyone foolish enough to believe in passwords and 256-bit encryption, the Feds have all the keys. No one is permitted to generate secured software unless they turn the keys over to your gubmint. Which is why their panties got rolled into a bunch with Wiki Leaks. Ol' WL apparently didnt see fit to give them the keys.

Just remember their motto- "Were the Government, were here to help"

Dave, your more or less friendly electronic engineer and Federal Radio operator

Posted by Dave at 9:16 AM PST
Friday, 11 February 2011
For anyone fool enough to not believe me....
Topic: General politics

"The Supreme Court said that Williams-Sonoma recorded Pineda's ZIP code in an electronic cash register, which was fed into the company's central database. From there, it used software to match the customer's name and ZIP code with her undisclosed address, information it can use to market its own products and sell to other businesses. That's why the Supreme Court ruled that acquiring a customer's ZIP code violated the California law."


 Heres a LIAR at work:

"It's fraud prevention." said Dombrowski, who added that not all California merchants make the request.

William-Sonoma and many other merchants said they ask for ZIP codes, in part, as a security precaution."

1.) Then if not all ask for it, then its NOT FRAUD PREVENTION

2.) Credit card agreements (at least MC) FORBID retailers from asking for I.D. If they do, go on-line and file a MERCHANT COMPLAINT.


Theyre fishing for personal info to SELL TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. 

The merchant who is playing the "security game" is LYING TO YOU because they have no liability if the transaction is fraudulent. The CC company eats it. 


Posted by Dave at 9:38 PM PST
the fuse is lit
Topic: General politics

Egyptians are raising such a din that the Russian TV reporter nearly has to shout 12 floors above the crowd. Mubarak has resigned. Democracy, right?

 Not "no," but "hell no". theyre about to plunge into the abyss.

The Muslim Brotherhood now have an army and access to the petroleum pipelines. "Access" implies control.

The M.B. now have access to GAZA, without hinderance. Watch them spark a war with Israel. Theyl no longer have to sneak in through tunnels.

All behind a so called "democracy" movement. Except "democracy" is inconsistent with Islam.

 Here it comes- the Donation of Pepin II. This obscure corner of history concerns the Donation of Pepin, 754 C.E., a deceptive campaign with the threat of war, to elevate Pope Stephen to the position of a monarch, a worldly, kingly power. The French under Pepin orchestrated a threat against the Lombards, the remaining fragment of the Roman Empire to cave in and give up control.

The Vatican is working behind the scenes in the Middle East to get as much control and property as possible. Ask Barry Chamish about their behind the scenes efforts to take Jerusalem. The Vatican was behind the scenes to de-stabilize the old Soviet Union. Remember the Time Magazine article?

Have you noticed, not a PEEP out of the Vatican lately? 

 The Vatican has been behind this significantly since about 2002 when they announced their outreach to Islam and Israel. Its another world wide power play, to ride in on the back of a regime and take control.

This is not about Egyptians rising to democracy, watch and see. Alexander the Greats conquest of Asia was about "democracy" - conquer a people and then TAX THEM. Payola.

Castro promised Cubans the same thing. Give political control to a dictator for BREAD. 

  But, I suspect this time the Donation is going to be un-donated. Watch and see... 

Posted by Dave at 8:37 AM PST
Monday, 31 January 2011
Gregoires deplorable conduct
Topic: General politics

this Bravo Sierra story about governor Tax and $pend:

OOHHHHH, she "ordered" something. Wow, Im impressed....


My comments, which youll find insightful or inciteful as you please:

First Class Liar at work:

"Our correction system exists to end crime and violence, not to be a scene for more of it," Gregoire said."

1.) If you're going to lie, make it a good one. Be convincing, repeat it often, people start to believe it. Like Eddie Murphy said in Beverly Hills Cop - "why F up a perfectly good lie..."

2.) The so called 'criminal justice system" is PROVEN FROM FBI DATA to CAUSE REPEAT OFFENDERS.


Yeah, thats it, put the INEXPERIENCED criminals in with the PROS so they can learn better how to do crime when theyre sprung.

As I was told (ex-LEO source), FBI data puts re-offense at 94% which would be virtually ELIMINATED by stopping the WAREHOUSING and doing MEANINGFUL corrections like PUTTING THEM TO WORK.

If they were WORKING in the first place, they wouldnt have TIME FOR CRIME.

Mandatory, productive WORK, not warehousing with TV and weights and access to hardened CAREER criminals.

Heres the idea, kick a few criminal Aliens from Mexico, back to Mexico, and these folk would have jobs to truly rehabilitate them.

But, that doesnt keep the PAY TO PLAY legal system working, does it? Who makes MONEY on a 94% re-rate:

Police make money cha$ing them
Court$ make money having trial$
Jail$ make money warehou$ing them

and the GIVERNOR and LEGISLATOR make money keeping the legal ball rolling instead of STOPPING such problems.

As long as its a motive of CRIME FOR PAY on both sides, it will continue.

But Governor Tax and $pend finds a convenient $capegoat in this poor guard who got taken out.

 and this===========


"First guard to be killed in a century there. And now all of a sudden there are concerns about the "safety" of the staff there? Seriously? One isolated incident and it's a huge problem?"

EXACTLY. Thats called an "agenda"

same as stupid laws like seat belt (pay off for insurance companies) and cell phone laws. Stupid, not enforceable, not evenly enforceable laws to keep the Legi$lature busy.

[Heres whats so stupid about WAs Cell phone law. The act of holding ones hand to ones ear talking is not dangerous. Being an expert in comms systems, I can say thats no more dangerous than operating a CB radio, which they EXEMPT. Hows that more dangerous than simply holding ones hand to ones ear and talking? Is the weight of the phone a danger?

 Whats dangerous is looking at a key pad to type in PHONE NUMBERS or TEXTS.  But, did they address that???? no, because they cannot CATCH IT AND MAKE MONEY AT IT.

If the law wasnt written by IDIOTS, it would read that whats illegal, in that its dangerous, is using the keypad, which requires concentrated attention off the road, and hands off the wheel. If it wasnt written by IDIOTS, theyd realize that its the SAME DANGEROUS ACT to DIAL A NUMBER, regardless of whether its hands free or not.] 

When they have an agenda, they go looking for a single tragedy to usurp to fit their political agenda. If someones killed, so much the better, it just adds "urgency" or a sense of "she cares" to the Bravo Sierra line shes pushing.

Children do this sort of thing, think back to Grade School and recall these behaviours are something we should have outgrown in the Fifth Grade.

Liberals always run the same plays, otherwise known to Psychology and Public Speaking as:

1.) overgeneralization (if its true in one case, its true in all)
2.) ad-hominem (attacking the man, not addressing the argument)
3.) red - herring (evasive response)
4.) various manipulation games (trying to draw others into ones personal manufactured crisis is the basis of how manipulators work)

Seriously, pick up a Psych textbook and read, its all there.


Theres a sideline game going on here you may have missed!

This trash ends up on Yahoos front page and when I post reasonable responses like this, the story usually disappears.

embarassed, are we? embarassed to see the inbred STUPIDITY in this State. 



Posted by Dave at 5:09 PM PST
Sunday, 30 January 2011
Todays must-read- Al A-Jazeera- marginilization and poverty
Topic: General politics

" Conventional wisdom has it that 'terror' in the Arab world is monopolised by al-Qaeda in its various incarnations. There may be some truth in this.
However, this is a limited viewpoint. Regimes in countries like Tunisia and Algeria have been arming and training security apparatuses to fight Osama bin Laden. But they were caught unawares by the 'bin Laden within': the terror of marginalisation for the millions of educated youth who make up a large portion of the region's population.
The winds of uncertainty blowing in the Arab west - the Maghreb - threaten to blow eastwards towards the Levant as the marginalised issue the fatalistic scream of despair to be given freedom and bread or death."


 " It is no exaggeration to claim that since 9/11 so-called radicalisation has replaced new Orientalism as the prism through which Western security apparatuses view Middle Eastern youth and societies. Guantanamo Bay, profiling, extraordinary renditions, among others, are only the tip of the iceberg. "

And it KEEPS that template to keep itself relevant. If theres actively no 'boogey-man' then we either keep resurrecting the PREVIOUS ONE, or we INVENT ONE, or when suficient time has elapsed that the previous can no longer be valid, we DO IT OURSELVES. 

The last is what Ive been ranting about - GOVERNMENT SPONSORED TERRORISM.

Its far too convenient, especially in an era of financial collapse when especially the un-Constitutional Administration is desperate to stay relevant and keep its shop open.

Notice these Egypt stories- this is how itll look when it happens HERE. 

Posted by Dave at 9:22 AM PST
Friday, 28 January 2011
AHTOJASO - Way too convenient
Topic: General politics

More of my Police State and Fabricated Terrorist State Rant, this time, with substantiation:

"LAUSD police officer admitted fabricating shooting story, source says


Hitler would be proud.

  LIED about being shot and oh-so-convenient, another excuse for LOCKDOWN, er, I mean, MASS FALSE ARREST.

Fabricated. Look at it this way, he was ORDERED to do it at the first or any convenient occasion.

What better way to make people AFRAID than to gin up supposed cop shootings, and further their cry for "we need more power to carry out our protection racket"???

As the saying goes- "any ol' port in the storm is a good one to sail into"

Its bleeding obvious there is no terrorist threat in or to America right now, thats ocurring in the Mid east, and they have us just where they want us, conveniently in the same location as Israel. They cant effectively carry out Fatwah against both Israel and America if WERE AT HOME, now can they?

 A manufactured crisis is just as good as a real one, when theobjective is STEALTH TAKE OVER OF AMERICA by a polic/terrorist State. Better, because with overt violence, especially against Citizens, then Citizens invoke the Right to Bear Arms and deal with it.

 But the Goal from the White House on down, with SOBamas bent on the Small Arms Treaty with the commies at the UN, is the disarmament and takeover of America.

Aint happenin at MY house, for damn sure! 



Posted by Dave at 9:29 AM PST
Tuesday, 25 January 2011
Program about Panama Canal on PBS
Topic: General politics

 Besides a fascinating program on Government greed at the expense of peoples lives (a separate rant) the story was about the Feds installing a CZAR to run the project, who ran it in a manner of "black peoples lives were insignificant, well kill them off and fire anyone who raises any questions about pay or working conditions."

It was apparently built before the League of nations confab on workers rights in 1919. 

What struck me was attempting to find a parallel between that use of CZAR and OBAMAS USE OF CZARS.

 Watch the program - you decide.

Posted by Dave at 7:56 AM PST
Is this the start?
Topic: Economy, what's left of

Posted under "Economy" although the reasons may not be obvious: 

At a slight risk of credibility, Im gonna say I TOLD YOU SO. 

Posted by Dave at 7:48 AM PST
Go Jesse! Lawsuit against T&A - INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS RANT
Topic: Constitutional

"Ventura filed his lawsuit Monday, January 24, 2011 in Minnesota and news reports have named David Olsen as his lawyer. The former governor has indicated that his suit will include violations of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the 4th Amendment, arguing that he and others with disabilities have been discriminated against and unduly singled out by TSA despite presenting no threat and warranting no reason for lawful search. Further, Ventura has argued that his ability to travel freely has been infringed, hampering his ability to work." 


 Individual rights, Right to freedom from unreasonable search, in this instance. Some VAGUE, INVENTED THREAT is NOT grounds for search of an individual unless cause can be shown that THAT PARTICULAR PERSON is a threat.

Random searches are UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

 Same with the 2A, the Right to Bear Arms is an INDIVIDUAL RIGHT, thus, not subject to the restriction of 'only within the scope of an organized Militia'


Posted by Dave at 7:40 AM PST
Monday, 24 January 2011
Straw argument- criminals dont have 2A Rights
Topic: Constitutional


"Criminals have no right to posess firearms" 

 Sounds reasonable, doesnt it? It sounded reasonable to join the JONESTOWN CULT. They all died for their trouble.

I heard Jim Jones on shortwave years ago, it was CLEAR he didnt have A screw loose, they ALL were loose...

Whats wrong with this notion? Whats mainly wrong with it is that its fronted by so called "gun advocates" who didnt learn anything from recent history.

Cases in point:

1.) there was a report on the Polk Co, Florida S.D. website  of an ex con (or current con, dont recall exactly) whose house was broken in by another criminal. Apparently he (the first con) had no way to defend himself. Shouldnt he be exercising HIS UNRESTRICTED RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS? The words SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED HAVE NO QUALIFIERS.

Who needs to protect themselves MORE than ex criminals? Or current criminals? AGAINST OTHER CRIMINALS.

2.) You think its OK to deprive people called "criminals" of their Right to Bear Arms?


thats what happened in Castros Cuba, and EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED IN NEW ORLEANS during KATRINA.

Declare Martial Law, declare ANYONE bearing arms as Criminals.

And thats EXACTLY what many States Laws hold.

 This is the problem with the twin ailments of the Stockholm Syndrome and ingrouping/outgrouping. Look those terms up. 

Posted by Dave at 10:13 AM PST
Updated: Monday, 24 January 2011 10:28 AM PST
THIS is terrorism...
Topic: General politics

take a look at THIS:

Ignore the divisive, subversive, manipulative, fearmongering ranting of the US Government attempting to INVENT a terrorist threat in the US (that doesnt mean that none exists, read carefully).

When you see THIS happening, youll KNOW without a doubt that its 'terrorist time'

One can only cry "wolf" so many times... 

This from Time, for your consideration

 When its "Muslim militants" wreaking havoc in the US, BELIEVE ME, YOULL KNOW IT.

Until then, its the Gubmint carrying out its protection racket to keep itself in a job by making people afraid. 

 If I dont catch a cold, then medicine is not protecting me. If theres no terrorist threat, then Givernment is not protecting us.

I have zero faith in their abilities to do so IF and WHEN it does happen, as self centered, incompetent and ass covering as Gubmint Agencies are. Katrina, anyone? 



Posted by Dave at 10:03 AM PST
Sunday, 23 January 2011
Next time they pull that nonsense...
Topic: Constitutional

"Citizens should only have single shot firearms for hunting"

"Theres no reason a Citizen needs a high capacity firearm"

 Heres the reply:

"State your reason for only allowing Citizens, with the Constitutionally protected Right to Bear Arms, using the Constitutionally protected Right to Free Speech, and further, explain how your position does not constitute either Subversion or Treason against the United States of America.

You only get to use ONE WORD to reply" 


Posted by Dave at 3:52 PM PST

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