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Today's "protest" at Chuck's in Riverdale, IL

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Gator, Jun 16, 2007.

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  1. Gator

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    "Father Flaky", as Father Pfleger is known in Chicago, and Je$$e Jack$on were at it again today. They staged another march to Chuck's Gunshop in Riverdale, IL just two weeks after Pfleger's incitement to murder at the last protest.

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    There were 50-60 protesters there and about two dozen cops. The police made all of the gunshop customers go inside the shop so that Jackson and Pfleger could make their speeches in front of the shop with no distracting pro-2A signs in view.

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    I bought a snub nosed revolver when I was there just because I could. [​IMG]
     
  2. simpleguy

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    For the life of me I don't get the disconnect between the First and Second Ammendment......it's like they read the First Ammendment and go off to protest.
     
  3. obxned

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    Meanwhile, crack futures were up agian on heavy trading.
     
  4. Prince Yamato

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    Oh the irony of a group of black people protesting for stricter FOID controls when the FOID was installed specifically as a measure to prevent black people from owning firearms. The sad thing is, Jackson is a religious leader whom the black community is supposed to look up to yet, he is a shepherd who continuously misleads his flock on 2A issues.
     
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    Jesse Jackson is an asshat that does nothing more than incite dissent/anger in order to better exploit the people in the African American community in order to line his own pockets.....remember he's paying something like 10k each month in child support.
     
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    Not to bring up a sore subject, but does it strike anyone else as odd, that the cops had no qualms about about denying the gunowners their first ammendment rights? Yet, when a group like Westboro Baptist Church is acting up at soldiers' funerals, they are powerless to do anything about it, citing the 1A as their excuse.
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    +1 mike

    Me when I read that text:cuss::cuss::banghead::eek: If the first ammendment gives Jackson and his troup the right to protest it also give the supporters of Chucks gunshop the right to protest the views of Jackson and his troup. I think a lawyer should be consulted and a suit filed for infringement on their 1st A. rights. Jackson and Fred Phelps and others like them hide behind the 1st A as they spread their hate and discontent.
     
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    Chucks gun shop

    Its interesting to note that only one white is in the picture and it is the mins/prist whatever.its like the jewish politicions that are for gun control.you would think blacks/jewish would be the last to be for gun control.but maybe they are socialists.study the history of socialisim.you would be suprised.all the black people I talk to have no use for jackson guess its because there all hunters/gun owners
    :banghead::cuss::uhoh:
     
  9. xilch

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    Any count on the number of pro-second amendment protesters?
     
  10. Gator

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    Xilch, there were about 20 pro-2A supporters there.
     
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    Problem is, most responsible gun owners are by nature responsible citizens who respect laws and authority even when they don't agree with them. If the cops confront them, they'll back down instead of getting riotus. Can you imagine any of those 20 pro-2A protesters screaming about racism etc. if the police take any action, can you imagine any of the Jackson group NOT?

    The WBC folks on the other hand, have camcorders on hand to record them some "police butality" if an officer looks at them too hard. They're out just itching for something to sue over. It's a rough situation for the police, surely, but unfortunately, as always, the law-abiding get the short end of the stick.
     
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    I will repeat the immortal question asked by many answered by none........
    What church do the REVERENDS Jackson and Sharpton officiate from????
    The world will never know
     
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    They are not "Reverends" in order to lead at a church or anything like that. Instead, the reason that they are ministers is to try to get tax exemptions, etc.

    They are anything but men of God.

    I like Rush Limbaugh's term for Jesse and Al- "The Justice Brothers"

    Oh, and Jesse's and the NAACP boycott of SC has not hurt us one whit. The only reason they have power is that the news media and pandering politicians pay attention to them. Everyone else ignores them.
     
  14. Don Gwinn

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    This is not an Activism topic. Activism is for arranging activism.

    Mocking political attention-whores is for Legal & Political.
     
  15. Autolycus

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    What I dont understand is why so many people dont understand that the Pro-2A people could protest as well. In fact some did. But some people here make it seem as if they were not allowed to.

    Obxned: Its sad that you cannot take the high road.

    Another thing I dont understand is why so many people here are attacking Clergy men personally for having different views. That is something a very ignorant person would do and it is not high road.
     
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    As a Catholic I am horrified by that Priest

    who is marching with the pro baby killing Jackson.

    I guess the Archdiocese will go against the Vatican and support abortion too.
    The Archdiocese has a hard time answering phone calls, this number (found buried deep in the Archdiocese website)
    312 751 5354 is for something called "respect for life" which I guess in the windy city
    means abortion and death threats
     
  17. Gator

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    Pfleger called for the murders of the owner of Chuck's and all politicians who vote against gun control, and that was just one of the crazy, illegal, things he has said and done over the years. Pfleger is a liar and a criminal who happens to be a priest, THAT is why people are justifiably attacking him, not because he has different political views. You must not know much about Pfleger to have said what you did, he is NOT a typical clergyman.

    Moderators, please move this thread to Legal and Political, if that is where it belongs.
     
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    Pfleger is a nitwit who has no right to hide behind his collar. Jesse Jackson . . . let's just say Jesse Jackson is a shakedown artist. I don't care if he calls himself clergy.
     
  19. Doggy Daddy

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    Whether or not it's "High Road" or not is debatable. But I'll tell you what, that's funny right there, I don't care who you are. :neener:



    I'm just going to preemptively edit myself on that one. See? I can be "High Road". :D
     
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    Yes, but I believe it is more "just-us" given Limbaugh's subtle inflection when he says it.
     
  21. BobCav

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    Gunsmith, I'm also a Catholic that's disgusted with Pfleger's statements and acts that are in direct violation of the Church's teachings and laws. I just wrote the Cardinal a letter based on my comments in my blog www.rightisright.us. Second article down.

    IMHO, Pfleger is a fallen priest and should be excommunicated immediately.
     
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    Just-us... classic. I'm glad i'm from a 'hick state'...
     
  23. Autolycus

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    If you all really want to believe that the priest meant kill that is fine. But I dont believe he did and you all just want to misconstrue his words.

    Either way does anyone have any proof he did not mean to find him? I have heard the term used to "find" people. But hey as long as we can attack people who have different values, why not?

    Should we start to dissect some of the postings of pro-gun people? Does anyone remember the thread about lynching a politician? Of course everyone rushed to the mans defense since he was talking about hanging people. I will look for it. I believe it was in Pennsylavania.
     
  24. Doggy Daddy

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    Are you really saying that it all comes down to what your definition of "kill" is? :banghead:
     
  25. BobCav

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    My letter to the Cardinal has nothing to do with his use of the word snuff. There's a much larger dynamic at play. His protesting the gun store and all guns prevents law abiding citizens from defending themselves and protecting their own God given lives and is in violation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. (Canon's 2263/64/65 "Legitimate Defense").
     
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