This is the new approach I'm taking with anti gun people,

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Gunhaver, Jan 24, 2013.



  1. Ive seen this coming from my Libertarian sources on FB. This meme can be used against all forms of gov't intervention. Like theft.....err....I mean taxation, and others. If you want government to intervene in something, you are basically saying it cannot be resolved peacefully.
     

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  2. SIGlock

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    Gunhaver needs alot of attention again.

    Guys, you need to learn to stop feeding this troll.
     

  3. SpectreRider

    SpectreRider Armed Citizen

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    I'm not sure I would call Gunhaver a troll.

    I have..... other words...that I use for liberals.

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  4. :rofl:Good luck with that.

    And how do you "ignore" no longer being able to buy a new AR?
     
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  5. Why would you go to a firearms oriented website to argue with liberal gun banners?

    Would you go to Jiffy Lube to buy clothes?
     
  6. I believe he meant to argue with himself...:whistling:
     
  7. A machete between their eyes would be a far better way to deal with them. Opposing opinions are just fine, but when those opinions are contrary to the documents that government is supposed to be run under we have another problem.
     
  8. Gunhaver

    Gunhaver the wrong hands

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    Um, obviously I meant a way for YOU to argue with liberal gun banners. One that actually works. I know the temptation to fling insults is overwhelming but try to keep up here.

    Or you could just keep calling them lazy useless people that need a machete between the eyes and then wonder why they want to take all the guns away from your crazy asses.
     
  9. Gunhaver

    Gunhaver the wrong hands

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    I don't need an AR. I have an FNAR and it's much better. But I can ignore any laws that require me to give it up just like I can ignore a lot of other stupid laws. It's called civil disobedience.

    Sure, I'd prefer to just be able to buy what I like and not have to hide it but there are other issues more important to me and none of them have anything to do with healthcare. Maybe if you all are lucky enough to get another libertarian candidate you won't throw the chance away again.
     
  10. A temptation you seem to continue to fall into..at least you are consistent in your hypocrisy..
     
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  11. Gunhaver

    Gunhaver the wrong hands

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    So today on FB, in response to this crap,

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/25/kansas-drug-testing_n_2551592.html

    "I think that should read "drug testing those that collect welfare and unemployment money." I don't have a problem with either of those ideas. Check them for alcohol and tobacco while they're at it and ask why they're not using that money to feed their kids. Make them pay for the test too.

    It currently costs about the same to pay for taxes and fees and other requirements on a gun purchase and carry permit as the price of a decent handgun. That's a right guaranteed us in the constitution and twice reaffirmed by SCOTUS and we still have to pay to exercise it. Welfare, while necessary for those with no other option, is not a right but a privilege. Carry permits are good idea because it ensures that those that have them have met a minimum standard that puts them above criticism from opposition. You won't find a more law abiding group with cleaner backgrounds than carry permit holders unless you start looking at people with security clearance. Best that the people that tax dollars support meet a similar standard so that anyone that wants to paint them all as lazy and useless can be shut down with some pretty well known facts before they even get started.

    But it shouldn't cost anyone $20 for a yearly drug test to ensure that taxpayer money isn't wasted? It was first proposed that only people that showed signs of using be tested but that was met with too many cries of potential for discrimination so now we'll have to test everybody. They're starting to talk about mandatory insurance for gun owners and I'm sure drug testing for gun owners will come up too. Sorry but I'm finding little sympathy for those on the dole that wouldn't test positive for being subjected to the indignity of a drug test when they'll have to suffer it as soon as they get a job anyway."
     
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  12. Gunhaver

    Gunhaver the wrong hands

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    Well he started it... :tongueout:
     
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  13. Gunhaver

    Gunhaver the wrong hands

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    Oh if I needed attention then I'd be all over PI all the time because y'all just can't resist chewing me out. Surefire source of attention right over here.

    But I get plenty of attention elsewhere, the positive kind, that I don't mind showing up in a few political threads and letting the fools have at me. I'm a former Christian so rejection by angry single minded people is a second language for me.
     
  14. ChuteTheMall

    ChuteTheMall HildabeastHater

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    I'm not at all interested in changing liberal minds; even a gun-owning troll might have voted for Obama for other issues. He's still evil.
    I'm far more interested in destroying liberals, especially the hypocrites who might happen to own guns but still voted for the most anti-gun politician in American history.

    I have no desire to change their minds into anything other than a pink mist.
     
  15. Cavalry Doc

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    That's sigline material right there.
     
  16. Democratic party platform on gun control.

    "We will protect Americans’ Second Amendment right to own firearms, and we will keep guns out of the hands of criminals and terrorists by fighting gun crime, reauthorizing the assault weapons ban, and closing the gun show loophole, "

    It's no secret. It's not a hidden agenda. It's the party platform. Voting for a democrat is voting against the second amendment. PARTICULARLY voting for Obama.
     
  17. Gunhaver

    Gunhaver the wrong hands

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    So you want to shoot them in the head because of who they voted for? Nice. Be sure to put that message out there loud and clear so they know that you're one of those angry right wing whack jobs they're always talking about and among the first that should have their guns confiscated.
     
  18. Gunhaver

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    So you're telling me that never has a Democrat voted against gun control and never has a Republican voted for it? I beg to differ. I have voted for several Democrats that have a good 2A record and I had the pleasure of voting against a gun banning Republican in a recent presidential election. Sorry you guys couldn't come up with anyone better but it's about time you all started thinking about that and quit :crying::crying::crying: about it.
     
  19. ChuteTheMall

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    ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ, Pinko.:50cal:
     
  20. Hypocrite for sure. The guy that votes for Mr. Big Government Gun Grabber for POTUS and wants socialized medicine to pay for his girlfriends medicine wants to preach to others about natural rights and big government.

    What a joke.
     

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