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Left-Wingnuts Have Gone "Full Retard," Advocating for FULL 2A Repeal

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    Do these people think that repealing a Constitutional Amendment, much less one that's part of the Bill of Rights, much less the Second Amendment, is even REMOTELY possible? Apparently, yes, they do. Care to make an argument that liberalism on a level this maniacal isn't some sort of mental illness? This piece from a paper owned by the Gannett Company (sound familiar?).
    http://www.statesmanjournal.com/arti...nclick_check=1

    This Huffington Post blogger states that the "Second Amendment is not written in stone" and seems to believe that because we repealed the 18th Amendment and replaced it with the 21st, we can also repeal the Second (no big deal there...just 1/10th the Bill of Rights). Any time I hear a combination of "opinion" and "Huffington Post" or "blogger" I laugh, but both? I have a hard enough time taking so-called "journalists" seriously but a blogger for the HuffPost? Come on.
    Harris Silver: Because the Second Amendment Was Not Written in Stone

    To paraphrase the cocaine addict and "everything is about sex" Dr. Sigmund Freud, the fear of weapons is a sign of sexual and emotional immaturity, where the weapon is (as usual) a symbol representing the male phallus and men are afraid of weapons because...yeah I'll stop there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinnyb82 View Post
    Do these people think that repealing a Constitutional Amendment, much less one that's part of the Bill of Rights, much less the Second Amendment, is even REMOTELY possible? Apparently, yes, they do. Care to make an argument that liberalism on a level this maniacal isn't some sort of mental illness? This piece from a paper owned by the Gannett Company (sound familiar?).
    http://www.statesmanjournal.com/arti...nclick_check=1

    This Huffington Post blogger states that the "Second Amendment is not written in stone" and seems to believe that because we repealed the 18th Amendment and replaced it with the 21st, we can also repeal the Second (no big deal there...just 1/10th the Bill of Rights). Any time I hear a combination of "opinion" and "Huffington Post" or "blogger" I laugh, but both? I have a hard enough time taking so-called "journalists" seriously but a blogger for the HuffPost? Come on.
    Harris Silver: Because the Second Amendment Was Not Written in Stone

    To paraphrase the cocaine addict and "everything is about sex" Dr. Sigmund Freud, the fear of weapons is a sign of sexual and emotional immaturity, where the weapon is (as usual) a symbol representing the male phallus and men are afraid of weapons because...yeah I'll stop there.
    The Left's leadership is not afraid of the guns. They're afraid of the people behind the guns, just as all tyrants are afraid of their citizens.

    I don't really think the Left's followers are afraid of anything, either - except that they might loose their free stuff...
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    With the unpopular re-election of Obama the left has been emboldened to do what ever they wish. Even the president himself feels he's been given the approval of the voters to continue down the road to socialism. It will be full steam ahead for every left wing progressive agenda item on the table. Pull those seat belts tight, it's going to be a bumpy road ahead.
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    I have said this in reply to other threads. The elimination of the private ownership of firearms is an absolute necessity for the progressive dream of a "new world order." The UN agenda 21 is the progressive dream of one world government, the complete elimination of individual liberty, and the totalitarian governance of the intellectual elite. In this Utopia all private property will be eliminated so that nature can be protected from the destruction caused by humans. This can only be accomplished if the stupid little people have no means of resistance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckey01 View Post
    I have said this in reply to other threads. The elimination of the private ownership of firearms is an absolute necessity for the progressive dream of a "new world order." The UN agenda 21 is the progressive dream of one world government, the complete elimination of individual liberty, and the totalitarian governance of the intellectual elite. In this Utopia all private property will be eliminated so that nature can be protected from the destruction caused by humans. This can only be accomplished if the stupid little people have no means of resistance.
    I posted a good video on the UN deception and I hope all here will watch it.
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    Harris Silver: Because the Second Amendment Was Not Written in Stone
    And when the 2nd amendment was written, we were fighting the British with muskets and there was no established state and urban police forces to protect citizens. Times change, meanings change.
    It would not matter to this guy...we were using the most advanced self defense tools at the time. We HAVE things written in stone but according to him...meanings change!
    Oh yeah good luck waiting for your Daddy (guberment) to protect you.


    Today we fight nonstate actors with remote control drones. We now also subcontract militia work to private for-profit armies like Academi (Blackwater's new name). I don't believe the founders had in mind private armies when they wrote about the ability to form militias as prescribed in the 2nd amendment.
    I also believe they had some idea of the impact of private armies both pros and cons. The word "Hessians" come to mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skinnyb82 View Post
    Do these people think that repealing a Constitutional Amendment, much less one that's part of the Bill of Rights, much less the Second Amendment, is even REMOTELY possible? This Huffington Post blogger states that the "Second Amendment is not written in stone" and seems to believe that because we repealed the 18th Amendment and replaced it with the 21st, we can also repeal the Second (no big deal there...just 1/10th the Bill of Rights). .
    As long as there is a "Creator" then no, The Second Amendment can not be repealed.
    Eliminate The Creator and then Yes it is just another amendment just like the 18th and 21st.
    Who has been eliminating "The Creator" for the past 50 years? Hmmmmmmmm.
    How many Supreme Court Justices do not believe in a Creator.
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    Does anybody else wonder if the 2nd amendment is still the same, since the 1st amendment was changed to a felony, without so much as a whimper from anyone, with just a signature from the POS in chief??

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