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    Also notice who all the perpetrators are............Thank god he has helped dispose of a few.. http://www.ignatius-piazza-front-sight.com/firearms49

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    DEROS72 wrote:
    Also notice who all the perpetrators are............
    Criminals? Aggressors?

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    This mentality was commonplace "back in the day".....and there was alot less violent crime. Its to bad that this is a rarity today. To many sheeple not willing to take a stand. "just give them what they want and they will go away".....pathetic

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    Yeah, got that Frontsight email as well. Amazing video. It's sad that he finally got run out of business. But I guess your psyche can only take near death so many times.
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    Things have settled a little in My Seatac neighborhood since our rally.There are some individuals that have moved on and certain ones know they are being watched.Here is a link for those who didn't see it....http://www.king5.com/localnews/stories/NW_032809WAB-guns-apartments-KS.7e6c358d.html?rss?npc

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    marshaul wrote:
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    Also notice who all the perpetrators are............
    Criminals? Aggressors?
    Why are you fishing for words that weren't used? If you knew DEROS72 you wouldn't imply such silliness.
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    Thank you ....

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    Any time, we do this together, all of us.
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    marshaul wrote:
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    Also notice who all the perpetrators are............
    Criminals? Aggressors?
    Oh, I noticed a commonality between them aside from being criminals and all of them using guns.

    Don't worry, it takes a keen eye and an open mind. :P
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    What do you expect? Black Americans were slaves for years. They got their freedom just in time for the government to enslave them again. Except this time they call it welfare, affirmative action, and low income housing. It's been 200+ years of being told they're not good enough. The higher income blacks keep the lower income blacks down by acting like they care by using distraction from the fact that they are slaves to the government. And those blacks that have broken their bonds are vilified by being called, "Uncle Toms." It's a vicious cycle.
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    I am so tired of hearing that excuse.....These people know right from wrong.They made their decision and I have no sympaythy.They can choose to finish school,They can choose to find work and stick with it.Many youth in this country expect things on a silver platter and don't feel that should have to work for years to move up.They have only themselves to blame for their situation.I grew up ,and my parents were upper middle class and now 2 of my kids are upper middle class because they finished school ,worked at starbucks in highschool,and is now a bank manager making big bucks.Because she stuck it out and didn't make exuses.1 daughter put herself through college and just recieved her masters.Because they worked hard and showed up everyday they have what they have.How is it their faultthat these people don't choose to do things that way..We owe no one any apologies because we worked for the things we have.

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    Perhaps....But I cannot imagine being in any situation where I would be willing to murder someone for a few bucks. Victim of circumstance only goes so far (stealing a loaf of bread to fead your family) after that you have forfitted your rights as a protected member of society and I could give two ***** what happens to you. Also, no matter what situation you are born into or happen to be in, there is always choice. I dont buy this **** about "this is the only way I can survive" or "I can't get out of the projects" My family started out with my dad working 2 jobs and my mother working full time at a bar and still just barely making enough to feed me and my brother. We had 4 christmas' with bushes we plucked out of our back yard instead of christmas trees. We never resorted to crime and with no money to spare we worked our way out of poverty and into 4 cars a motorhome and a 2900sq ft house in University Place (about $325,000 worth). They got educated and got better jobs on their own without help from the government and are about to retire with enough money to be comfortable fora long time. The differance? They CHOSE not to be poor and to better themselves for the sake of their family. Everyone has a choice.

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    I am so tired of hearing that excuse.....These people know right from wrong.They made their decision and I have no sympaythy.They can choose to finish school,They can choose to find work and stick with it.Many youth in this country expect things on a silver platter and don't feel that should have to work for years to move up.They have only themselves to blame for their situation.I grew up ,and my parents were upper middle class and now 2 of my kids are upper middle class because they finished school ,worked at starbucks in highschool,and is now a bank manager making big bucks.Because she stuck it out and didn't make exuses.1 daughter put herself through college and just recieved her masters.Because they worked hard and showed up everyday they have what they have.How is it their faultthat these people don't choose to do things that way..We owe no one any apologies because we worked for the things we have.

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    I guess you and I were typing the same thing at the same time.

    BTW i noticed who all the perpetrator were immediatly.

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    Well said Semper. This country was not founded on well fare.The money we earn we keep.We donate and help those that WE choose not the gov.Everyone does have the right to healthcare for ex.As long as they pay for it.It get it free but I also went to Vietnam and combat to earn it. As did many others.And P.S America is not a refugee camp we need to be way more selective in the quality of people we let in.How many billions could we save not paying for illegals.

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    j2l3 wrote:
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    Also notice who all the perpetrators are............
    Criminals? Aggressors?
    Why are you fishing for words that weren't used?* If you knew DEROS72 you wouldn't imply such silliness.
    Why am I fishing for words that weren't used? Simple, because I have no idea what kind of people DEROS72 meant, because he didn't choose to use any words at all, instead relying on mere intimation.

    Welfare recipients?

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    Perhaps since he didn' use them... he didn't intend for their use... you are injecting your own issues here.

    You don't know him, or any of us here, so it might be best to not try to make us more, or less, than we are.


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    j2l3 wrote:
    Perhaps since he didn' use them... he didn't intend for their use... you are injecting your own issues here.

    You don't know him, or any of us here, so it might be best to not try to make us more, or less, *than we are.
    I'm not making "more" or "less" of anything. It wasn't (and isn't) clear to me what DEROS72 was talking about.

    If he doesn't wish to enlighten me, then I'll be forced to make my own assumptions.

    It was a gesture of respect that I asked for clarification rather than making those assumptions.

    No need to be so defensive.

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    Gangbangers and the like......we need to stop making exuses for them and as in the video hold them responsible for their actions and decisions.We have that problem where I live and the show of force a couple of weeks ago had a deffinate effect.

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    Heres anotherone for you Marshal.One of our state senators declars open season on criminals with no limit.Suggestive people protect themselves.Its like tose pirates unless you use deadly force they will never stop.We don't need to waste more of our money on programs for these people.Just do like the senator says and be done with them.
    http://www.komonews.com/news/local/42768172.html

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    marshaul wrote:
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    how about DEAD :celebrate

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    just how i like em

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    Stimulus package .....put a bounty on them.

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    Also notice who all the perpetrators are............Thank god he has helped dispose of a few
    Maybe I don't understand the racist-baiting. What am I supposed to notice that the perpetrators are? And what about these perpetrators should I note that should make me more thankful that he disposed of them?



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    Nothing racist about anything just point of fact. Gangbangers.

    We seem to have an element of society that feel it is their inalienable right to take from those that have.And then when they are stoppedor shot in the commision of one of these crimes blame history , (get over it)or society,or the father that left them anything but themselves.Theyhave such a rudimentary mentality they even blame a victim because he defended himself.I'm just tired of it and it has to stop.I'm sick of the sypmathy for these people.How about we put victims above all.

    One of the pointsI see in the video is the perfect example ofhow owning and knowing how to use a handgun can and will save your life. Once someone kicks in my door my 50 dollar TV becomes at that point more valuable thanthat criminals life. Once he crosses your theshold and threatens you in my mind he forfiets all rights as a human being.You should never have to negotiate foryour safety.The pirates are a good ex.Untill now they keep doing it because people keep paying them.If I put the guy down that is trying to steal from me I have accomplished 2 things , atthat junture Iam still alive and have my TV which I paid for,and the perp will not be steeling from anyone else.

    Make no misunderstanding.I do not advocate being vigilante.What I do advocate is for more folks to make it abundantly clear thatwehave the right,the means and thewill to defend ourselves,homes and property.


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    sempercarry wrote:
    We had 4 Christmas' with bushes we plucked out of our back yard instead of Christmas trees.
    Wait, you guys had bushes that you could use??

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