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Jan292013

WildBillForAmerica - Liberals With Guns!

Now here's an angle on gun violence that the media seems to have missed in their putting together a crusade against guns. Wonder what else they have missed?  

/bobdm

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Well, since no one is talking about taking "away guns," just putting a stronger background check into place to track gun sales to keep them out of the hands of the mentally ill, as well as limiting the sale of a category of weapons that no one needs for hunting or personal defense, and restricting the sale of new high-capacity clips, it seems to me that we should all be behind the Second Amendment and support President Barack Obama's efforts.

But, I guess some people just don't like the Second Amendment -- or they want to interpret it in their own way of allowing more and more powerful weapons -- so the debate is on. In the end, I think sanity will prevail. It just might take a while, and lots more killings in the meantime.
January 29, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Po' lil ole Jimbo –
Mind 'splainin' why your beloved overlord BozO is acquiring high capacity personal defense devices at a mighty frighty clip? Here's a deal: an across the board reduction in firepower by the federalés to match the one proposed for the lowly citizens. There, that oughtta make things fair when settling disputes in the sandbox. By the way, Jimbo, are you allowed to purchase somefin' with more pop than a BB gun?
– C. dog, bedecked in striped paraphernalia to settle disputes among prattling nannies
January 30, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
So C.dog -- this entire fight isn't about personal protection or hunting, it's about being able to attack the government of the United States of America? I thought we were a nation of laws, not killings. Now I'm beginning to understand you. You think the government is the enemy. I think it's our friend -- because the government is US, the collective "we," and it serves the purpose of the common good, not just for the selfish and self-centered. It serves us for our "common defense." Perhaps you missed that class in elementary school.
January 30, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Nothin' says "friend" like big, impersonal, androgynous institution thriving off the involuntary product of serf labor. Now I understand you a wee bit better, but I always knew you for an antic lisping fantastico mesmerized by the club-fisted dictates of Nanny. By the way, Jimbo Baggins, might you entertain us with your vast expanse of trainings and tell us why the second amendment was placed in the constitutions, then 'splain a few other pesky ones while your at it? Oh, and what, exactly is the supreme law of the land, and which lands? And who provides for the common defense of those who wish us harm by de facto seizure of private property, skool choice of one, and lessons in histrionics by the Dept. of Cultured Affairs?
– C. dog minimizes his contributions to the sustenance of new and old hamsters
January 30, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
Dog and Jim is the message being missed completely.

It seems it's the Card Carrying Liberals who go off the reservation and slaughter innocents!
Is their some derangement associated with Liberal/Progressive thought? Does it awaken an anger deep inside people who then must act out to accomplish submission of their perceived foes?

On the constitutional issue I have to side with Dog. The right is there to protect the people from the tyranny of government! An area ripe for the Republicans to seize upon. Instead of attacking Big Government as being the welfare state they should really take a good look at Big Government as the Police State. DHS is ordering weaponry and various other armaments including Drones to watch the citizens.

Work Hard Have Fun!
/bobdm
January 30, 2013 | Registered CommenterNH INSIDER
So bobdm -- The fight you're talking about is against the government? The collective "WE" that creates government -- you want to be sure you have the guns to fight our government?

That's not America. In American democracy, those who are in the majority decide the functions of government, and the pendulum of government -- illustrated well these past twenty years or so especially -- guarantees the involvement of all of us in dictating the direction of our -- OUR -- government.

I'm beginning to understand, though not accept, the issue from the point of view of those who hate government. They're selfish. They're self-centered. They think they're the center of the universe. They think they and they alone make the rules. They want to control others, and feel that their powerful weapons give them the capability not of being defensive, but being able to go onto the offense when they want to.

But in a society, we -- WE -- have to make the rules together of living together. We're a nation of laws. We learned that in elementary school, but it's a class too many might have missed.

What's sad is that good people want to have a serious discussion about the core of this issue: (1), getting high-capacity clips off the market, (2), stopping sale ("sale" as in the corporate gun industry making a lot of money and doing so by increasing the fears of buyers) of guns of mass killing power, and (3), having universal background checks. But the anti-government folk don't want to talk about that -- they want to talk about having guns to take to the fight against government, something the framers of the Second Amendment -- which I support strongly -- didn't have in mind. They wanted a "...well regulated..." militia to protect the country -- the collective "WE."

We're not talking here about the guns you put under your pillow. You're talking about having powerful weapons to fight "government." So really, you're talking about having powerful weapons to fight the rest of us.
January 31, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Actually, Jimbo –
To deal with the likes of you all it would take is a crossly worded warning, perhaps just a baring of well-muscled arms to shatter you delusion of we, and reduce you to a cowering you and me. The selfish ones (not we) are those that use the billy-club of government agents to take from others to "transfer" to themselves. Sounds kinda like shakedown money, don't it Jimbo. 'Course, if you part of the Mob, then that loot is just part of doin' bi'ness. By the way, you have yet to muster the directive from the DNC to inform us why a constitutional amendment is not needed to curb the appetite for certain bang-bangs, but they had to do it for alcohol. Is you FAX machine broken?
– C. dog sharing all his toys with New Hamster's lil' Libs
January 31, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
I have a couple of comments. First, you hoplomaniacs need to stop with the "My dick's bigger than yours, I'm so macho" drivel. If you trying to convince people you have a valid point, calling them cowards is not going to help your case. That's something a bully would do. It just makes it more obvious that some (most) people are not trustworthy enough to own firearms. You seem to be confusing the idea that liberals are afraid of guns with the fact many people are too stupid or irrespsonsible to be trusted with firearms. It's not a fear of guns, it's a fear of morons doing stupid things with guns.

Secondly, there is an ongoing conversation about gun violence in society today. People on one side are making suggestions for what we can do to help stem some of the violence (banning certain firearms and larger clips). Maybe they are good ideas and maybe they're not but at least they are trying to make the effort. All I hear from the pro gun lobby is crying about how President Obama's going to steal all the guns and the government is going to suppress us all. How about adding some of your own ideas about how to reduce gun violence instead of pretending like there is no problem? And don't give me the enforce the laws we have crappola. Thanks to Todd Tiahrt and his amendments, the ATF has been completely neutered and are prevented from fulfilling their mission. You can't break the system and then bitch that the system doesn't work. So, what do you suggest we do to reduce gun violemce?
January 31, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterTroll
Again both Troll and Jim miss the point that all the major shootings have been committed by card carrying liberals! What do you think is the problem with these folk? Will it be enough to just declare anyone that registers as a Democrat unfit to own or carry a firearm?

That is the major problem with "better reporting of unsafe individuals" Who decides what is considered safe? What qualifies as unsafe? Can anyone make this recommendation? Or is it just Social Service workers, teachers and others favorable to the Democrats that can declare people unfit. If they are unfit to own a weapon, should we restrict their cutlery possession as well, let them use a spork! How about cars, as I told my boys when they were preparing to get their driving license, a car is a 2000lb mobile bomb carrying as much as 12 - 15 gallons of highly flammable liquid!

Funny how the protests were everywhere when Bush was president shouting their fears of a large government police state. Now we have a socialist President and no one seems to care that DHS has ordered a number of drones, thousands of semi-automatic carbines and a ton of ammunition! Who do you think "Homeland Security" is targeting with this firepower!

Work Hard Have Fun!
/bobdm
January 31, 2013 | Registered CommenterNH INSIDER
Easy Troll:
1. Get rid of the shooting galleries
2. Lock up the loonies and the violent criminals, rather than letting them "get off" on good behavior.
3. Make those who procreate responsible for their spawn's behavior until age of delayed maturation (I say 18. BozO wants it to be around 25? Maybe there should be a test to see if the ute's brain has sufficiently maturated in the frontal lobe cortex.)

Perhaps you, Troll, dare to venture where no Lib has gone before you and answer my question regarding the constitutions vis-a-vis gun and alcohol prohibitions, you know, to make it all legal an' stuff.

By the way, Troll, how's that fast and furious workin' out for ya? Ya, what we need is more bungling from the likes of BATF and FBI; I need the laughs, they need the target practice. And for the record, mine is bigger than yours, but that's such a lowbrow hurdle it really doesn't qualify for bragging rights.
– C. dog enjoying another globally warmed day in the middle of winta'
January 31, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
I didn't miss your point, Bob. It was just so ludicrous that I thought you were trying to make a funny. Just like you have found some crackpot that says liberals did the shootings, I have found some other loon to contradict the whole story. When you get your information from youtube or wikipedia, you need to be a little more discerning about what is true or not.
http://www.examiner.com/article/the-idea-that-recent-mass-shooters-are-mostly-registered-democrats-is-a-myth

As far as your update goes, all you show is population density is a factor in crime and Democrats live in cities. I think attaching any more meaning to your maps would require a more scientific examination.

Dog, what do you mean by "get rid of the shooting galleries"? I know you don't mean the Londonderry Fish and Gun Club but I'm not sure what you are refering to. I'm not sure how you accomplish the second two given that other people have rights too but I can get behind the ideal if it could be done legally.

Also, check out http://www.nhinsider.com/ed-naile/2013/1/23/incompetent-fool.html for my answer vis a vis guns and booze.

As I stated in my previous post, comments on the BATF is out of bounds because of the neutering it received at the the hands of Todd Tiahrt and the NRA. If you cut off a man's hands and then ask him to slap you, you are the one being an idiot not the man with no hands.

I'm disappointed you resorted to a small dick joke but I'm not surprised. It's like I was saying in my previous post. Most people are not mature or responsible enough to own firearms. Thanks for making my point for me.
February 4, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterTroll
Hey Troll –
Shooting galleries are places where mentally deranged people can go and shoot other people with impunity until the cops finally show up (no fault of their own, just a f(x) of space and time).
Reduce the space, reduce the response time; rather simple, really.

Regarding legal, since when were you pre-occupado with such niceties? Perhaps you could point out – specifically so its all legal and stuff – constitutional provision for BATF? While you're at it: DEA, DoE DoE birds, FCC, and any other spoonful of acronym soup you pull up from Uncle Sammy alphabet soup.

And as insinuated in my prior post, I had to go low-brow in order to retort to your penis envy. Sorry you weren't so gifted, but thems the breaks.
– C. dog infers from his insinuation that Troll is jealous
February 4, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
I'm rooting for Bob Demura, Wild Bill, C-dog ( whoever he or she is) Ed and the whole bunch here.

Please never relent. You have poisoned the well of your party.

Reasonable people are leaving in droves because they know you are never going to quit.

God bless you one and all!
February 8, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterChaz Proulx
Your welcome Chaz. C'mon back ya' hea (early and often). By the way, that was an excellent point you made about income redistribution rewarding sloths ... so, expect more sloths! Please keep egging on your heroes: Gran'ma Hubbard Horrigan, Jimbo Baggins, darlin' Cyndi Chase, and don't forget Magpie (she has big plans for a Grate State) – I need the laughs to ward off my cabin fever.
– C. dog bustin' powda' between bouts of bashin' moonbats
February 10, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
C-Dog. I didn't make any "points about income redistribution."

But that is typical of your delusional thinking. Just make stuff up. It entertains the readers of NH INSIDER but the general public has had it with crazy talk--especially from people who refer to themselves in the third person and are too frightened to disclose their identity.

But seriously I hope you never stop. I work on winning campaigns and you are the biggest advantage I have right now.
February 10, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterChaz Proulx
Chaz Bono falls rite into trap set by lil' ol' me. My reward: another laugh at the expense of another Libtard. Thanks, Chaz, never change.
– C. dog evading detection by those who wish to leash him ... or her ... or somefin' in between
February 10, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog
c-dog. Yet another delusion.

Good luck with your cabin fever. I'm going skiing for ten days. I don't carry a computer or mobile device thank heaven.

In the meantime you will be pumping out the same tired old drivel.

Them bottom line is this: The wackier and louder you guys are the easier the next election is going to be for Democrats.

Almost like we're on the same team "good buddy."
February 10, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterChaz Proulx
Po ChasBo –
I go winter sportin' any time I want – the more bunnies the merrier! As stated, I have minimized my contribution to your Grate State Delusion, and decided to take the rest of the day off. I gotst mine. Whether you "succeed" in electing more of your slope-headed chattel masters to the gilded dome down in Concord or not is immaterial to me; you can't take what I don't generate. See you on the slopes. I'll be the one whizzing by you.
– C. dog depositing yellow snow inscriptions for ChasBo to decipher
February 11, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterC. dog

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