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America Unrecognizable

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by hunttheevil, May 5, 2013.

  1. hunttheevil

    hunttheevil Well-Known Member

  2. Pilot

    Pilot Well-Known Member

    She is the real deal. I wish more New York women were like her, then maybe that state wouldn't be in trouble.
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  3. nathan

    nathan Well-Known Member

    She is one of a kind. Kudos to her.
  4. PabloJ

    PabloJ Well-Known Member

  5. leprechaun50

    leprechaun50 Well-Known Member

    Awesome! Dead on with all her points.
  6. SabbathWolf

    SabbathWolf member

    If we ever have a first woman as President.....I hope it's HER!!!!!!
    She'd kick the cr*p out of Hillary Klintoon.


  7. r1derbike

    r1derbike Well-Known Member

    Intelligent, poised, truthful, and a lovely spokeswoman for our cause.

    Two thumbs up...way up!
  8. beatledog7

    beatledog7 Well-Known Member

    Well spoken, obviously heartfelt. She's a smart, tough, and BS-free lady. I'd like to see her as US AG.
  9. BK

    BK Well-Known Member

    Interesting that you would bring race into the discussion. We see here a legion of Americans where the content of their character is a love of freedom, but you are disappointed with the color of their skin. Why is the color of one's skin at all relevant today?
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  10. PabloJ

    PabloJ Well-Known Member

    Not bringing race into the discussion simply making an observation.
  11. BK

    BK Well-Known Member

    Incorrect. Your post brought up the race of the people in her audience. Before you mentioned it, it was not at all a part of this thread discussion. But you brought it up, input it in. Don't walk it back now to nothing more than "an observation". Again, how could skin color possibly have any relevance at all?
  12. TheSaint

    TheSaint Well-Known Member

    I would love to have her as our national A.G. We actually need someone who is willing to back up such poetic words with action. No more politically correct nonsense, more morally right behavior is what's needed!
  13. beatledog7

    beatledog7 Well-Known Member

    I'd be interested in knowing also, PabloJ. Why is anyone's race relevant in the discussion?
  14. BK

    BK Well-Known Member

    I didn't mean to sidetrack the thread but being a minority, whenever I detect racism, it strikes a cord.
  15. PabloJ

    PabloJ Well-Known Member

    It would be more comforting to see some Africans, Asians, Meso-and South Americans in that crowd. It looks like we need to recruit more people from those groups into our sport.
  16. mljdeckard

    mljdeckard Well-Known Member

    It's tough to say she would beat HR Clinton, when she already lost to her for the NY senate seat.
  17. BK

    BK Well-Known Member

    How dare you. By saying that certain skin color would be more comforting you're then saying that it is less comforting to see people of another skin color in that crowd. Racism. Where do you get off thinking such garbage? How in the world does skin color comfort you?
  18. Steel Horse Rider

    Steel Horse Rider Well-Known Member

    I don't believe it is incumbent on us to do more than present the facts. People are free to choose servitude or liberty, just as they were when the wall fell on communism. It is sad to me that so many people in the former Soviet Union are choosing the bare existence of communist slavery over the opportunity to move above your past. Too many people here want to play the violin of oppression while their bellies are full.
  19. OilyPablo

    OilyPablo Well-Known Member

    She is awesome.

    I was just listening to the words while I worked on the other side of the room, so I did not see the audience. Sounded like the crowd appreciated freedom, or at least someone who speaks about freedom. Who wouldn't like that? What group?
  20. blkbrd666

    blkbrd666 Well-Known Member

    Touchy much?

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