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Civility: Pro-Scott Walker Signs on Private Property Burned in Wisconsin

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by stsai465, May 16, 2012.

  1. stsai465

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    More civility from the left; basically if you have a sign on your own private property supporting Scott Walker in WI, you risk getting it burned down.

    Rest here:
    http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiep...signs_on_private_property_burned_in_wisconsin

    These SEIU fools better be careful; IIRC, WI just recently passed CCW and setting fire onto someone's property certainly should count as a legitimate crime in progress.
     
  2. G29Reload

    G29Reload Tread Lightly

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    Arson is a felony and should be responded to just a MWAG.

    Union thugs. One more reason never to vote Dem.
     


  3. G17Jake

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  4. Flintlocker

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    Damn hippies; Romney should pin them down and chop off their hair.
     
  5. fortyofforty

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    Typical Natso tactics. Haven't changed since the 1920s.
     
  6. G17Jake

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    This is a thread about vandalism in Wisconsin.
     
  7. fortyofforty

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    Rules for Radicals. Don't be surprised by Natso tactics, in Wisconsin or on GT.
     
  8. Cavalry Doc

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    Arson is destruction of tangible property.

    In Texas.......

     
  9. Brucev

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    Stupid answer... shooting someone, etc. over a campaign sign. Why. Great way to present your side as a bunch of trigger happy crazies. Just the thing you'd want to see on the 30 minute news cycle of the msm. Smart answer... put up more signs.
     
  10. Cavalry Doc

    Cavalry Doc MAJ (USA Ret.)

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    Whoever said I would shoot them or that someone should?

    I'm saying in under the right circumstances, it would be legal to use deadly force to protect ones property from arson.

    If you'll search back, or remember when we had this conversation when you were someone else, you'll see that I have always advocated only shooting people that you absolutely must shoot. I've often stated, that the deductible on my truck is cheaper than a trip to the grand jury. All homicides, justified or not, go to the grand jury in Texas. Letting someone steal my truck would be cheaper by far.

    Besides, I'll have it all on the surveillance DVR, and as long as they didn't endanger my home (a threat to life is a different story), I'd let the cops handle it.

    [​IMG]
     
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  11. Brucev

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  12. certifiedfunds

    certifiedfunds Tewwowist

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    Well, that was a pile of garbage.
     
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  13. fortyofforty

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    Careful or Odumbo will eat their dogs. Or maybe he'll shove them off the property, after coming off a drug-crazed bender.
     
  14. JFrame

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    Excellent point... :thumbsup:


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