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    ".....Some even voted for Obama. JTollet??? "

    Don't bother looking for him. Election's over, he's gone. Most likely, he was one of those "volunteer" online trolls tasked with visiting, joining, and posting on various forums to "counter" the Conservative voices bemoaning Obama.
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    wolfhunter Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by PascalFleischman View Post
    ".....Some even voted for Obama. JTollet??? "

    Don't bother looking for him. Election's over, he's gone. Most likely, he was one of those "volunteer" online trolls tasked with visiting, joining, and posting on various forums to "counter" the Conservative voices bemoaning Obama.
    It IS amazing how fast JW disappeared, isn't it? I bet he didn't even say "Goodbye" to GlockFan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    It IS amazing how fast JW disappeared, isn't it? I bet he didn't even say "Goodbye" to GlockFan.
    I am just wondering if he will be back after his messiah has finished trashing the Constitution and destroying America?
    Last edited by HK4U; 01-19-2009 at 10:44 AM.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfhunter View Post
    It IS amazing how fast JW disappeared, isn't it? I bet he didn't even say "Goodbye" to GlockFan.
    Hate to say "I told you so." I figured that if we refrained from feeding the "trolls" like "potty boy", they'd eventually go away.

    I wish him the best as I'm sure he's now in DC freezing his a$$ off. I'll bet he'll have a lotta fun waiting in line to use one of the 5,000 port-a-potties.

    All I can say is that I'm glad that troll is gone. Like HK, I'm wondering if he'll be back when BHO begins to destroy our country. Hope he stays away, but then again, you never know.



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    I checked his stats. He posted into mid December, which is 3 weeks longer than I expected.

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    Did anyone get a reply back wihen they wrote their senator? I got a bs one talking about his record blah blah, nothing about support of anti gun and that maybe senator durbin will not support or anything. what crap. Senators are supposed to on our side, not ignore us

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    I am expecting a reply any day now. Mine have always written me back and they have always been on my side of things 100% of the time.

  9. #18
    Not sure what else we could have done. There are just to many voters that are clueless.
    Thats the best Part. No its just that the Majority needs Food, shelter, and affordable health care. If you cant affort to eat you cannot buy ammo or guns, and still be healthy enough to shoot in an economy thats around the corner from another great depression. I love my guns, But I also as a man of god hate to see people suffer from ill descions made by an incompotent president. And I have contaced my senator and voted no for holder as well.


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    Eric Holder Update ...

    I found this article this evening..

    Bloomberg.com: U.S.



    Jan. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Eric Holder’s nomination to be U.S. attorney general received a boost when his confirmation was endorsed by Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania, the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
    The panel meets tomorrow to vote on Holder’s nomination by President Barack Obama to be the first black to lead the Justice Department. The committee’s approval would clear the way for full Senate confirmation later this week. The panel put off the vote for a week as Republicans demanded fuller responses from Holder on some issues.
    Specter had grilled Holder during Jan. 15 confirmation hearings about his role in President Bill Clinton’s 2001 pardon of fugitive financier Marc Rich. The senator told reporters today that Holder “was candid in conceding” that “he made a mistake” in acquiescing to the pardon when Holder was deputy attorney general.
    He “is entitled to the benefit of the doubt in the context of the excellent record that he has,” Specter said. He also said he was influenced by the endorsement of Holder by former FBI Director Louis Freeh.
    Specter noted that Freeh called the pardon of Rich “a corrupt act” yet supported Holder because his role was minimal. Freeh headed the Federal Bureau of Investigation under Clinton.
    Congressional Probe
    Clinton’s pardon of Rich on his last day in office triggered congressional and criminal investigations. A House panel concluded that Rich’s former wife, Denise, used her relationship with Clinton as a major donor to his presidential library to lobby for the pardon. No criminal charges were brought.
    Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, a Vermont Democrat, predicted that Holder, 58, will be confirmed.
    Several Republicans on the panel have voiced concern that Holder might prosecute U.S. intelligence agents for using harsh interrogation tactics to question suspected al-Qaeda operatives.
    Holder testified that waterboarding, a technique used to simulate drowning, amounted to torture. The CIA has said it waterboarded several al-Qaeda operatives, which was authorized by a Justice Department legal opinion.
    Specter said Holder gave a “satisfactory answer” that “an authoritative legal opinion” from the Justice Department “is a defense” to allegations that an intelligence agent abused a suspected terrorist during interrogations.
    Further, Specter said Obama “has the right approach when he said that it’s preferable not to look backwards but to look forward” because “if every administration started to reexamine what every prior administration did, there’d be no end to it. This is not Latin America.”
    Semper Fi

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocBoCook View Post
    Did anyone get a reply back wihen they wrote their senator? I got a bs one talking about his record blah blah, nothing about support of anti gun and that maybe senator durbin will not support or anything. what crap. Senators are supposed to on our side, not ignore us
    Nothing yet from mine....Lamar Alexander and Bob Corker of TN.
    Victory rewards not the army that fires the most rounds, but who is the more accurate shot. ---Unknown

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