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With Fred out, a new strategy

Discussion in 'Activism' started by joemerchant24, Jan 22, 2008.

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  1. bruss01

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    These days, voting for the lesser of evils gets you the above. As far as I'm concerned the words (which were never admitted to) and the actions (which are a matter of public record) are both treasonous and should be dealt with according to law.

    I won't vote for evil, I won't vote for treason no matter whether it's red or blue. Even not voting at all or writing someone in are preferable in my mind to signing my name to the above statement, which is what I'd be doing if I voted for someone who held that opinion in their heart.

    Think about it. You aren't responsible for what everybody else does. You are responsible for what YOU do. Will you sign your name to the above quote? Or will you "throw your vote away" and follow your moral consciense?
     
  2. TEDDY

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    mitt romney

    I wish you posters would read romneys record in Mass. its not what has been posted.and a lot of what he said was to sooth the radicals in Mass to get the best parts changed.having lived in Mass all my life till 2000 getting the liberal asses to do any thing good is a miricle.they are radicle nut cakes. and yet there are gun clubs within 15 miles of any place.5 clubs with in 10 miles of where I lived.:uhoh:---:confused:----:fire:--:banghead:--:)---:)
     
  3. joneb

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    Amen, and I feel your pain :fire: It is unfortunate that those who truly wish to serve this country never get to first base :(
     
  4. MiddleAgedKen

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    It's not that the RKBA is the only issue that matters, it's that it serves as a wonderful metric by which to evaluate a candidate and draw inferences about what he or she thinks of one.

    A candidate who doesn't waffle or weasel on supporting the RKBA is relatively more likely to think of one as a sovereign citizen, perfectly capable in general of governing one's self.

    A candidate who is weak on the RKBA, or is an overt gun-grabber, likely believes one is part of an unruly mob who need to be ruled...for their own good, of course.
     
  5. ArfinGreebly

    ArfinGreebly Moderator Emeritus

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    Gentlemen

    I thank you all for maintaining a civil deportment through this thread.

    I apologize for the "inconsistency" of allowing it to run this long, but I don't feel it was entirely a waste of bandwidth.

    Some good points were made, and some valid illumination shed.

    That said . . .
    I'd really hate to get a reputation for inconsistency.

    So, thanks for keeping it on The High Road, but I have to go to bed now, and I'm going to turn out the light.

    G'nite, all.
     
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