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Saturday, January 19, 2013

Picture of an Idiot

'Nuff said.



Actor Glover: 2nd Amendment created to protect slavery...




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    1. Isn't it sad. You'd think they'd at least try. Thanks, Matt.

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  2. The usual road to slavery is that first they take away your guns, then they take away your property, then last of all they tell you to shut up and say you are enjoying it. – James A. Donald

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    1. Great quote, JM. Thanks, pretty girl.

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  3. In the last Lethal Weapon, there are antigun posters in the background of almost every shot in the police station. His stupid goes way back.

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    1. I remember those posters. You're correct, his stupid is etched in glass. Thanks, my friend.

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  4. What a moron! And, I used to like him as an actor. Forget that!

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    1. I understand, Sweet Sharon. All actors are on my s*it list. Thanks.

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  5. What a fool. You can't even educate a person eat up with that kind of ignorance.

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    1. Very true, Bubba. Later, and thanks.

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  6. Well. . . . how did that work out?

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    1. Since he's so tied down to the cotton field...

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  7. I know if I was a previously oppressed demographic, I would be fighting for my 2nd Amendment rights harder than anyone. Those who ignore history and all that...

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    1. It would require him to use his noggin for something other than a hat rack...thanks, my good friend.

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  8. That sound you heard was my head exploding.

    It's hard to come up with an answer to such abject and willful stupidity.

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    1. Amen, Larry. Thanks, my good friend.

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  9. I had to come back. How does everything always find its way to a racial reason for its existence? If what he said had any basis in truth, I wonder where we went wrong? At least back then they had to work for their food and a place to stay.

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    1. Because those with the need to change our country know when they play the race card it results in success more often than not. Thanks, dear lady.

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  10. Of course he has little to say about the first gun control laws being intended to protect southern gentlemen who enjoyed night time rides, knot tying, and bonfires from being shot by freemen who they were trying to practice their hobbies upon.

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    1. As yet, my good friend, none of my forefathers has hung a slave. We've had to knock a few heads but as far as I know they're still alive. From Wiki...

      States passed some of the first gun control laws. There was opposition and, as a result, the Individual Right interpretation of the Second Amendment began and grew in direct response to these early gun control laws, in keeping with this new "pervasive spirit of individualism."[26] As noted by Cornell, "Ironically, the first gun control movement helped give birth to the first self-conscious gun rights ideology built around a constitutional right of individual self-defense."[26]

      The Individual Right interpretation of the Second Amendment first arose in Bliss v. Commonwealth (1822, KY),[27] which evaluated the right to bear arms in defense of themselves and the state pursuant to Section 28 of the Second Constitution of Kentucky (1799). The right to bear arms in defense of themselves and the state was interpreted as an individual right, for the case of a concealed sword cane. This case has been described as about “a statute prohibiting the carrying of concealed weapons [that] was violative of the Second Amendment””.[28]

      The first relevant state court decision was Bliss v. Commonwealth. The Kentucky court held that "the right of citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State must be preserved entire, ..."" "This holding was unique because it stated that the right to bear arms is absolute and unqualified."[29][30]

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