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    So i was told i am a bad AMERICAN for carrying a gun and not being a LEO. I must be a terrorist because i have short hair guns and tattoo's. I am dangerous because i dont believe my government is out for my best intrest, I am a bad American because i will not allow anyone one weather they are a private citizen or a LEO take my ability to protect myself away for ANY REASON.

    I am a bad American because i believe in the Constitution and i believe that our forefathers had the best intentions for there people. I am a bad American because i have and will use violence to protect my fellow man women and child from danger from those who would inflict it.





    I AM A BAD AMERICAN.........................

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    I think it says a lot about those that would oppose OC that they would call a veteran a "Bad American".
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    who called you a bad american?

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    It was probably some disgusting, mindless, liberal hippie. If you are as you stated you are, then you are as red blooded American as our forefathers were. God bless you for carrying a gun and for understanding liberty as you do.

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    Then I've been a "Bad American " for a very long time. I think I will probably continue down the Bad American path for a while longer.

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    Bad, Bad American, and I'm proud of ya!
    Keep it up, the sanely proud of us are with you.

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    Thank you for your service Bad American - we are blessed to have you standing up for our rights.

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    The first sentence doesn't even make sense. How does carrying a gun have anything to do with anything? I don't know about being a bad american but I sure do love being an infidel.
    "Think lightly of yourself and deeply of the world." ~ Musashi

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    Sean Hannity calls people "enemies of the state" for having incorrect views, which I always thought was odd, since that term means you oppose the current regime and should usually be worn with honor.

    Likewise now with "Bad American". We should get T-shirts.

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    ben franklin once said that " democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for dinner, liberty is a well armed lamb contesting the vote. "

    I believe he is on to something there....

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    I was also considered a bad American because I hold these same views.













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    You're not a bad American, you're just a lousy speller. :celebrate

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    DEROS72 wrote:
    I was also considered a bad American because I hold these same views.













    Vietnam circa late 71












    Man you must be old! They only had black and white pictures back when you were playing soldier.

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    Interesting topic. I had lunch yesterday with two other Bad Americans. All disabled vets.

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    I turned in my musket and powder horn when I got to Vietnam .they gave me areal gun.There were times there when B&W film was all we could get.The C rats even had a pack of 4 cigerettes .Not seen today.....Yep pretty old













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    I find it strange how people cant just have an opinion about something without the emotions getting in the way and making it a personal attack. Jarhead is a great American, as we all are that help to protect our personal rights. Our founding fathers where of the same thoughts and hopes that we would keep the spirt alive and well.

    My response to this is that everyone has their own agenda in this world. Do what make sense for yourself. If that is OC then fine, if it is CC then fine. If you dont like it at all, FINE. Just dont tread on me and mine and never, ever, call any of us unAmerican as then it shows your ignorance of what a TRUE American is.

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    Ah shucks, I'd go shoot with you anyway. Its not catchy anymore is it?

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    Active duty going on 24 years, Go Navy. Now if I'm a Bad American for serving and carrying a gun under the vary Constitution I defend, what do you think those loony’sdefinition of a Good American would be?
    I’m proudly straight. I'm free to not support Legalization, GLBT, Illegal Aliens, or the Islamization of America.

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    I too am most curious as to who made the comments to Jarhead. Obviously, those of us on the forum most strenuously disagree with what was said.

    And I'll say it again to all those on the forum who serve(d) in our armed forces, from a grateful fellow American, thank you for your service and sacrifice!!
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    24 years Navy,I would say it doesn,t get much better than that.Thanks for that from an old,really old soldier(see above).When I came back from Vietnam We were on a bus to Travis Air Force base.There were a bunch of so called hippies at the gate throwing dog sh%&* at our bus.Did we not just defend the right for them to do that as much as it hurt.....I have been thanked by many Vietnamese that immigrated after the war as they told me how utterly awlful things were after we left.The Iraqi's are that much better off because Jarhead was there ,and we are as well.

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    Triple Tap wrote:
    I find it strange how people cant just have an opinion about something without the emotions getting in the way and making it a personal attack. Jarhead is a great American, as we all are that help to protect our personal rights. Our founding fathers where of the same thoughts and hopes that we would keep the spirt alive and well.

    My response to this is that everyone has their own agenda in this world. Do what make sense for yourself. If that is OC then fine, if it is CC then fine. If you dont like it at all, FINE. Just dont tread on me and mine and never, ever, call any of us unAmerican as then it shows your ignorance of what a TRUE American is.
    Opinion is a two faced monster.What opinions are is emotion and has nothing to do with facts. Being emotions, opinions don't have to be proven, they just are. Seeing as how an opinion is emotion it can't be proven or disproved with facts. That is also why when it is opinion it gets nasty fast, you are messing with a person emotions, which tend to be unstable when they feel threatened. It's part of human nature and it isn't gonna change any time soon.

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    DEROS72 wrote:
    24 years Navy,I would say it doesn,t get much better than that.Thanks for that from an old,really old soldier(see above).When I came back from Vietnam We were on a bus to Travis Air Force base.There were a bunch of so called hippies at the gate throwing dog sh%&* at our bus.Did we not just defend the right for them to do that as much as it hurt.....I have been thanked by many Vietnamese that immigrated after the war as they told me how utterly awlful things were after we left.The Iraqi's are that much better off because Jarhead was there ,and we are as well.
    It's been a long road, hard with deployments and family separations; I would do it all over again. Thanks for the service you provided, I know you had it rougher than I could ever imagine. I haverelatives and friends thatservedyou’re era, was no picnic and those that attempt to degrade your service are just the morons we proudly defend, whether they like it or not. I’ve ran into a few bozos, I tell them "your welcome" and walk away.Hoping theyacknowledged I defend, so they can act like fouls.
    I’m proudly straight. I'm free to not support Legalization, GLBT, Illegal Aliens, or the Islamization of America.

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    I couldn't be prouder of the generation after me.

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    DEROS72 wrote:
    I couldn't be prouder of the generation after me.
    As I am of those before me!
    I’m proudly straight. I'm free to not support Legalization, GLBT, Illegal Aliens, or the Islamization of America.

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    jbone wrote:
    DEROS72 wrote:
    I couldn't be prouder of the generation after me.
    As I am of those before me!
    Indeed. Courage is easier to find when someone before you has shown where to look.

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