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    The Antis have landed...

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    Gaddard is an idiot of course ... the guy bought the guns legally (http://articles.latimes.com/2012/jul...oting-20120720).

    What people need to be informed of is that we have the right to protect ourselves from the government. So what do people want? A few isolated pissed off people killing a small number of unlucky people or thousands of deaths from government agents against us?

    The framers of our constitution already answered their opinion and made it the law of the land.

    He don't like our constitution just because he got shot? Suck it up loser.

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    Re: The Antis have landed...

    This will probably be rolled into Finch's anti-violence campaign. Along with a march and protest by parents.

    ETA: You would think his response to being shot would be GET ARMED
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    No Firearms exception to Terry V Ohio

    “John Marshall Lee told the audience one thing they can do is report things they see. There is a way they can do so anonymously. "You'll feel stronger if you do," he said!”

    Too bad that there is no firearm exception to terry v. Ohio. It appears he could be under some instances Advising college students to file complaints that, cant legally go anywhere, he is the one posabally endangering the public!
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    Holding: An anonymous tip that a person of a particular description and at specified location is carrying a firearm is not enough to justify a Terry stop and frisk by police officers. Syllabus
    SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
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    CERTIORARI TO THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA
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    No. 98—1993. Argued February 29, 2000–Decided March 28, 2000
    529 U.S. 266, 120 S. Ct. 1375, 2000 U.S. LEXIS 2345





    "Reese, meanwhile, wants to stage a "100-mom march" through the streets of Bridgeport."

    Id go to that and open carry, I would try to get my old lady to march in it open carrying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Good Citizen View Post
    Id go to that and open carry, I would try to get my old lady to march in it open carrying.
    Well we are both against violence and we both open carry because of that...

    Although if you and your wife showed up, you would likely double their numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SPOProds View Post
    ETA: You would think his response to being shot would be GET ARMED
    Except that he's a p****y

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPOProds View Post
    ETA: You would think his response to being shot would be GET ARMED
    Or at least GET ARMOR?
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    Was he legal to do so?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rich B View Post
    ""After he recovered from his wounds, Goddard went to work for the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, going undercover to gun shows, where he was able to buy guns with little or no identification or background checks."" (http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/...#ixzz2CBG9Zbau)

    My question is this, how many guns shows is he talking about? How many different states? Was he legal to purchase those firearms in each of those locations? And if he did in fact engage in an illegal transfer just to prove how easy it was, why is he not liable?

    ... and another thing.....

    ""Goddard rejects the argument some have made that if other students had been armed that day at Norris Hall, they could have defended themselves and fewer would have died.

    "We can't have shootouts on campuses. That would be ridiculous," Goddard said. (http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/...#ixzz2CBHf77Dw)

    Really!!?? Had someone stopped this shooter before he got to Mr. Goddard, would he be touring the country today talking about his documentary?
    “The Constitution shall never be construed... to prevent the people of the United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms.” —Samuel Adams

    "Here sir, the people govern." -- Alexander Hamilton (speech in the New York ratifying convention, 17 June 1788) Reference: The Debates of the Several State..., Elliot, vol. 2 (348)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich B View Post
    Great!</sarcasm>

    First of all, I completely sympathize with Mr. Goddard for what he has been through - which was awful to be sure. However, It's really tough for me to understand his reasoning (or anyone who's been in harms way) for adopting a stance alongside the Brady Campaign. Maybe just ignorance or misguidance? Who knows anyone's true motivations, I guess...

    It seems like accepting personal responsibility for anything these days is in short supply. The easier route is to throw out blame, be the victim and maybe make some money at the same time on the lecture/book circuit. Not that there is anything wrong with making money - I highly support it. But when it impacts others' personal, constitutional freedoms? Not cool sir, not cool at all. My grandfather, who is a WWII veteran said it best: "You know, your generation and so on are really turning out to be a bunch of whiny bitches..." - his exact words. It would have been really funny (it's totally out of his character to say something like that) if it hadn't been so true.

    A paragraph in the article which really irked me:

    <snip>Goddard rejects the argument some have made that if other students had been armed that day at Norris Hall, they could have defended themselves and fewer would have died. "We can't have shootouts on campuses. That would be ridiculous," Goddard said.</snip> Uhhhh...Mr. Goddard? You did have a shootout on campus. What is ridiculous is that none of you could respond effectively and potentially stop the killing. I write potentially as I do not like dealing in absolutes (unlike the Anti crowd). I fully recognize that having a gun doesn't automatically mean that you win an engagement. But without one? Well, we see time and time again how that pretty much turns out. It really bothers me when people don't learn from history and actual facts - it just seems so foolish and illogical.

    Anyway, good luck to Mr. Goddard - I sincerely hope that he doesn't end up with any additional scars (physically & emotionally). Hopefully an armed good guy/girl will be in the immediate vicinity next time to help him out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. View Post
    Great!</sarcasm>

    First of all, I completely sympathize with Mr. Goddard for what he has been through - which was awful to be sure. .
    I don't have any sympathy for this guy .. only disdain for trying to make $$ out of this and trying to make people feel sorry for him.

    Grow a pair ! I've been shot at .. ya don't hear me complaining about guns regarding the incident.

    Boo-hoo ... go cry to your momma.

    If anyone knows of another appearance from this cry baby, I would like to be in the audience and offer my suggestions to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    I don't have any sympathy for this guy .. only disdain for trying to make $$ out of this and trying to make people feel sorry for him.

    Grow a pair ! I've been shot at .. ya don't hear me complaining about guns regarding the incident.

    Boo-hoo ... go cry to your momma.

    If anyone knows of another appearance from this cry baby, I would like to be in the audience and offer my suggestions to him.
    David,

    I must admit it's hard for me too to have sympathy for someone like the guy in question who obviously is ignorant or misguided. I guess I'm just an empathic person by nature and will always feel bad for someone that has been filled with holes by some nut-job no matter what their personal politics are. I would also love give him some guidance, such as: get some training & buy a frick'n firearm, dude....
    Minds are like parachutes. Just because you lost yours doesn't mean you can borrow mine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D. View Post
    David,

    I must admit it's hard for me too to have sympathy for someone like the guy in question who obviously is ignorant or misguided. I guess I'm just an empathic person by nature and will always feel bad for someone that has been filled with holes by some nut-job no matter what their personal politics are. I would also love give him some guidance, such as: get some training & buy a frick'n firearm, dude....
    I understand .. not everyone is as sophisticated as me ...

    My dictionary does not contain the word "empathy" ... you got the deluxe version...har har har


    ps saw the bell ringers today at the grocery store ... Xmas is here !

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    I understand .. not everyone is as sophisticated as me ...

    My dictionary does not contain the word "empathy" ... you got the deluxe version...har har har


    ps saw the bell ringers today at the grocery store ... Xmas is here !
    LOL (well, maybe more of a muffled snicker - I am at work after all...)

    Re: bell ringers - I noticed that too the other day. Time just seems to be flying (or maybe I'm just starting to get old).
    Minds are like parachutes. Just because you lost yours doesn't mean you can borrow mine...

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sgt._Kabukiman_N.Y.P.D.

    Should add the pic there as your avatar?

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidmcbeth View Post
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sgt._Kabukiman_N.Y.P.D.

    Should add the pic there as your avatar?
    It's tempting...
    Minds are like parachutes. Just because you lost yours doesn't mean you can borrow mine...

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    This guy is complete POS. Profiteering murder. What a piece of......

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    IMHO - it is all about his attempt to put meaning to his life and have some control over it. He lost something that fateful day (control) and is trying futilely to regain some of it. He is a self-promoting, empty shirt. Facts are his enemy, emotions and distortions his friends.

    How sad.

    How many people are drinking his Koolade? Darn few - their numbers have almost diminished to the point of non-existence.
    You will not rise to the occasion; you will fall back on your level of training.” Archilochus, 650 BC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grapeshot View Post
    IMHO - it is all about his attempt to put meaning to his life and have some control over it. He lost something that fateful day (control) and is trying futilely to regain some of it. He is a self-promoting, empty shirt. Facts are his enemy, emotions and distortions his friends.

    How sad.

    How many people are drinking his Koolade? Darn few - their numbers have almost diminished to the point of non-existence.
    Well said. And I hope you are right about the numbers diminishing to the point of non-existence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by self preservation View Post
    Well said. And I hope you are right about the numbers diminishing to the point of non-existence.
    Paul Helmke, long time president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and the Brady Center, has quit. From what I hear, both are on the ropes financially, begging for money.
    You will not rise to the occasion; you will fall back on your level of training.” Archilochus, 650 BC

    Old and treacherous will beat young and skilled every time. Yata hey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grapeshot View Post
    Paul Helmke, long time president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and the Brady Center, has quit. From what I hear, both are on the ropes financially, begging for money.
    I'll send them a cartridge .. they can sell it for funds .. hahahaha

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