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This is a discussion on Vet's home ransacked, arrested. abused within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Main Category category; Originally Posted by buckey01 If this group of traitors remains in office the shame is on our heads. But no ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckey01 View Post
    If this group of traitors remains in office the shame is on our heads.
    But no shame should derive from electing this group of traitors?

    HR 347 passed with 348 "Yeas" and only 3 "Nays," with 42 of the Republican-controlled House thinking it was so unimportant that they didn't even vote one way or the other. Buh-bye 1st Amendment, it was nice knowin' ya.

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    If Obama is returned to office we must have the dumbest and most uninformed electorate in the history of the world.
    This is true, but it doesn't come close to going far enough. If any politician that voted for 347, NDAA, Patriot Act extensions, confirmation of Sotomayer or Kagan, TARP I & II, bailouts, Kennedy's "No Child Left Behind" BS, Bush's massive drug entitlement program and on and on and on, is reelected, we absolutely do have the dumbest and most uninformed electorate in the history of the world.

    Obama is just one part of the overall plan. Republicans are every bit as much a part of it.

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    Even the V.A. is ready to sell someone out to the cops. This is just one real example of how the Police in DC will use anything to arrest someone and their District Attorney is quick to charge them with a crime. I am sure it cost this person a lot of money defending himself, and getting his guns returned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BluesStringer View Post
    The author of the piece in the OP, Emily Miller, is herself a true 2nd Amendment warrior. Not trying to distract from the subject of her story, it's unconscionable what happened to Sgt. Corrigan, but y'all should follow all of Emily's writings with as much interest and instinct for self-preservation as our Colonist ancestors followed Paul Revere and his contemporaries. She is truly the sounder of alarms. Over the last couple of years she has made it her life's mission to expose the tyrannical City Fathers of DC who have done everything in their power to make the Heller decision insignificant to their uninterrupted oppressive authority over their citizenry. This is her facing down one of them while voicing her support for a bill that would make registering a gun in DC just a tiny bit less untenable:



    In Part 1 of the Corrigan series, this quote really got to me:



    That right there is the point. Breaking law-abiding citizens, even war heroes (Corrigan earned a Bronze Star in Iraq), is what oppressive laws are all about. Make the consequences of defying tyranny too great to bear with your own self intact, and the tyrants have the complacent lemming-like populace that makes their tyranny easy to impose.

    In Part 2 of the Corrigan piece, Emily quotes Sgt. Corrigan quoting one of the arresting team-leaders thusly:



    And that is exactly what the Constitution is to these thugs; bu!!sh!t. This meme is hardly unique to DC or Chicago or NYC. It may be more or less prevalent in one jurisdiction over another as it relates to a given issue, like guns for instance, but the violation of constitutional rights is a daily and pervasive occurrence across this country on a wide variety of issues such as 1st Amendment to 4th Amendment to 5th Amendment violations, all of which were likewise violated in Sgt. Corrigan's case plus his 2nd Amendment rights.

    This kind of stuff is much more common than most people will even allow themselves to see, even when thousands of hours of video and gallons of ink have been documenting its pervasiveness for decades. Sgt. Corrigan did the best thing(s) he could've done, especially not giving permission to enter his home or telling them anything other than asking them not to hurt his dog. Most average citizens believe the pap about Officer Friendly being trustworthy and only being there to help. They are there to control, that's it. Believe otherwise at your own peril.

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    That is very true the Police are not your friend and their trying to get people to believe that "Protect and Serve" crap they dish out is just lip service. In my crime infested cow town Tulsa, Oklahoma our Police are here to protect their own, and the public is on their own. They are not to be trusted.

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    This entire story absolutely disgusts me.

    To see how our out of control 'Gubbament' treats 'Law Abiding' gun owning Citizens and Veterans is the height of hypocrisy & truly PATHETIC!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Outlaw View Post
    This entire story absolutely disgusts me.

    To see how our out of control 'Gubbament' treats 'Law Abiding' gun owning Citizens and Veterans is the height of hypocrisy & truly PATHETIC!
    This is no longer the country that our forefathers fought and died for i.m.h.o.
    I doubt if it's still the country that most of this generation of combat vets fought for!
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    WOW. Reading that story you would think you are reading about events in some third world country with a dictatorial government, not the capital city of the United States of America.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Outlaw View Post
    This entire story absolutely disgusts me.

    To see how our out of control 'Gubbament' treats 'Law Abiding' gun owning Citizens and Veterans is the height of hypocrisy & truly PATHETIC!
    This is no longer the country that our forefathers fought and died for i.m.h.o.
    couldn't have said it better myself brother!! flat out sickening!!!! Some Americans need to have the floor mopped with their asses and then have em whooped for not getting up in the corners!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayb View Post
    WOW. Reading that story you would think you are reading about events in some third world country with a dictatorial government, not the capital city of the United States of America.
    DC is a third world country. A banana republic is another fitting description.
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    If you have heard or understand what Germany 1930, brownshirts, Hitler, Goebbels and the rest of these fascists were all about and you compare them to the piece of garbage in the whitehouse and his trampling of everything this country is about, is this treatment really hard to understand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelcarry View Post
    If you have heard or understand what Germany 1930, brownshirts, Hitler, Goebbels and the rest of these fascists were all about and you compare them to the piece of garbage in the whitehouse and his trampling of everything this country is about, is this treatment really hard to understand?
    A lot has changed in this Country since I grew up in the 1950s, and it's not for the good what has changed.

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