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Ron Paul talks about Virginia Tech shooting.

Discussion in 'Legal' started by araiford, May 22, 2007.

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  1. araiford

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  2. skinnyguy

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    Text from the above link;
     
  3. Soybomb

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    Man I like him.
     
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    What's really interesting is that so many consider him a wingnut. It shows how conditioned the flock is when they view things like liberty and freedom as fringe concepts.

    I guess Jefferson, Madison, and their pals were wingnuts too.

    Well, Rep. Paul's positions are closer to mine than any other pol's, so he gets my vote one way or another. Even if I have to write him in, I'll vote for him.

    The problem is that there are few people like him aspiring to public office. Some start out on the right track but get swept up by the system and start spouting off about 'commonsense' gun laws (I hate that term) and necessary public safety measures for the dangerous times we live in.

    We be in a bit of trouble. Despite an increasing number of states adopting CCW, Castle Doctrine laws, and other firearm friendly policies, it is my belief that the bleeding is only being slowed by these measures.
     
  6. SoCalShooter

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    ^ +1 for that post.
     
  7. Rachen

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    Based on that great article.....

    He is already winning.
    Remember what Comrade Mao Zedong said about a "People's War". It's about mobilizing everybody, and every available resource.
    With the gun owners and the conservative parties forming a firm and powerful wall at the debating table, we can make comebacks against the anti's comments more effectively. In the 1980s, the lead singer of the metal band "Twisted Sisters" won a lawsuit filed against him by the Democrats because he made terrific use of words and legal terms. The Democrats thought an oddball who dressed like him would not have enough academic knowledge to pull off such a defense. And they were proven wrong.

    Ron Paul, if he is campaigning alongside the Republicans, should establish firm networks within the Republican Party in order to draw in all the conservatives, and exclude the "fake" ones that support gun control.
     
  8. RevolvingCylinder

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    The band name is "Twisted Sister" and the man's name is Dee Snyder.
     
  9. MrRezister

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    "Sigh...."

    :what:
    I see we have another thread full of starry-eyed know-nothings. It's ok, I was once like you. I came in here a few days ago, spouting my silly rhetoric supporting Dr. Ron Paul, but my eyes have been opened, praise Gawd!

    In just a few days, I have been informed of a few things about the good Dr. Paul:
    1) He is an extremist.
    2) He is a conspiracy whackjob.
    3) He is not a viable candidate for the office of President of the United States.

    When I asked for details about these accusations, I found out that it was mostly because Ron Paul dares to disagree with the current administration's view on foriegn policy. It seems this wacky liberal-in-republican's-clothing thinks that America should not intervene in foriegn affairs, and should stick to diplomacy as much as possible. Clearly this crazyman is not worthy of your vote. Do yourselves a favor. Vote for Romney, or Guiliani, or someone else who can save us from Clintbama, regardless of wether or not you agree with their positions on the issues you "think" are important.

    This public service announcement brought to you courtesy of the GOP-at-large.
     
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    Sorry, hehe

    Long time since I saw the documentary about him. Yes Dee Snyder is that name.:)
     
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    If heavily armed citizens don't discourage violence, how come no one's ever attacked Knob Creek?
     
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    "Although Virginia does allow individuals to carry concealed weapons if they first obtain a permit, college campuses within the state are specifically exempted."

    When are these fools going to get the facts right???
    Outside of ONE school in the state, it is POLICY of the schools that does not allow carry.
    As a non-student I can carry when I visit.
    A bunch of folks had to die so that everyone can "feel safer".

    And Ron Paul just went way down for not bothering to check his facts.
    The Code of Virginia is online and searchable.
     
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    He sounds like an old school Republican to me. Unfortunately, not many people these days can tell the difference.
     
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    Mr. Rezister,

    You forgot that he does not look presidential and that he is not a very charismatic speaker.
     
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    Mr. Rezistor, I had to read your post more than once to detect the sarcasm in it. Very Funny once you get it, thumbs up to you.
     
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    Mr. Rezistor: So anyone who does not agree with American foreign policy is a wackjob? Thats great.

    I guess that means THR has a lot of wacko's on it.

    What if I told you I would rather vote for Obama or Hillary than Fred Thompson and Dick Cheney? Because I would.
     
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    The man that invents a sarcasm button for the Internet would be instantly rich.

    Anyhow its sad that people have been conditioned to see people like Ron Paul as fringe nuts when those "nutty ideas" of responsibility, liberty, and individualism were exactly what founded our country.
     
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    Mr. Rezistor
    That was sarcasm...right?
     
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    I agree, K3. It makes me uneasy to see so many people on this board holding out for Fred Thompson.
     
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    I totally concur. Ron Paul is outstanding. He's like a modern-day framer of the Constitution. Fred Thompson is better than the remainder, but Paul is the best by far, IMO. The rest of the candidates make me want to projectile vomit and catch it in my mouth. :barf:
     
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    Am I correct in hearing that Thompson supported the Patriot Act? If so I don't care whether he can win or not, the Patriot Act goes against everything I believe. I don't care If Paul can win or not either. I support and share his views and want my vote to be counted for him.
     
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    Tecumseh, Im pretty sure from reading some of Mr. Rezistors posts on other threads that his post was full of sarcasm, and rather funny when you read it as intended. Again Im making this assumption based on his postings on other threads.
     
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    Yes, he was being sarcastic.
     
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    It really doesn't matter if the Va Tech policy or the law prohibited carry on school grouds. If you get caught carrying on campus, whether the law prohibits it or not, the "law" will be called. You will be charged with a MINIMUM of trespassing, you will be screwed.
     
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