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Thread: Travis Yates suffers 'The tyranny of the bigoted' by Minneapolis Gun Rights ExaminerJohn Pierce

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    well said

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    a lawsuit against madison is a must after reading what the cheif had to say.

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    The arrest of travis in Madison clearly illustrates the defiance of our constitution. If we are not willing to speak out and oppose the total control of our lives by the government then I fear that we will someday be living in a dictatorship. I think that the behavior that is being displayed in town hall meetings across the country is scaring politicians and they see any form of expression as civil disobedience that must be squelched. Travis was not charged because he presented a threat to anyone he was charged because he represented a threat to the totalitarian government in Madison.

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    It's about time someone called out the anti-gunners' immature reactions for what they are.

    Well done, sir.
    "The fourth man's dark, accusing song had scratched our comfort hard and long..."
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