Mayor says Iraq causes Philly gun violence

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  1. Huck Finn

    Huck Finn Member

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    So.... just what is your plan for ending gun violence in Philly?
  2. satellite66

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    My plan would involve eliminating liberal dems holding office for starters. Sadly the cure will not be instant. It will take time to get all the liberal judges and ACLU types out of the system which allows criminals to get by so easily. I would undo the nonsense the liberals have done which makes it impossible for law abiding citizens to own firearms and to defend themselves and their property without fear from the previously mentioned liberal judges and ACLU types. That would at least be a start.

    Huck I have to ask. Do you think this wingnut mayor is right?
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  3. Huck Finn

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    First to answer your question, NO, I do not agree with anything this idiot has said. As for your plan, it sounds like a Monarchy is just what you need, or a dictatorship might fit your bill just fine!
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    Following the constitution is a monarchy? So your for coddling criminals and disarming citizens? That to you is democracy?
  5. Huck Finn

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    Let's see, getting rid of politicians & judges & citizen organizations that disagree with you. Yup, it's either a Monarchy or Dictatorship.
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    I’m at a lose for words Huck, but all I can say is that you are way off base.

    Sat didn’t call for a revolution or assassinations of liberals or those who “disagree” or anything that would even come close to dictatorship.

    I know, following what our founding fathers saw, is now repulsive to a majority of liberals now a days and it seems like you’re falling into that category. Shame

    This would be my cure. ARM all of the honest law abiding conservatives on the terms that they would overthrow those anti constitutional liberals at any expense. Who know, it might catch on.

    Take a close look at what my sig says and think about it. Think about the history of this country, maybe even read what our founding wrote concerning freedom. Liberalism / socialism has no place in a free country, that is why I call them the anti-constitutional party.
  7. Huck Finn

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    You ah, ever heard of elections? That's where leftists get voted out of office. I don't know about your neck of the woods, but here in Tennessee, the judges have to run for re-election.

    Oh, wait, I forgot the lib's template: Only democrats are elected, and when republicans win it's only because they stole the election, right?
  9. Huck Finn

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    So I guess you're not calling for revolution or assassinations of liberals either??? For your information most liberals are law abiding people. If you want to do something more than talk, start your little "overthrow" and let me know how it works out for you.
    By the way...
    "Liberalism has no place in a free country" Our Founding Fathers were liberals for God's sake!
  10. Huck Finn

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    Did you sleep through November '06?????
  11. White Hawk

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    What kind of question is that? Did you sleep through November 2000 in Florida, or November 2004 in Washington State?

    Oh I get it, you think that since the Dems got back in power in Congress, that it's for life and they can't be voted out of office in the future, right?
  12. Huck Finn

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    Are you talking about Nov 2000 when bush's brother counted the votes, or was that the one where bush lost the popular vote? I can't keep them straight. As to the Nov '04 Washington State Election at least the winner's brother didn't do the vote counting. But you're right about anybody being voted out of power, but I don't have to tell a conservative about that, do I?
  13. White Hawk

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    Let me help you. Jeb Bush recused himself from the counting fracas early on (documented fact), so it couldn't be the former. And George Bush won the popular vote in Florida (once the Supreme Court kept the DNC from illegally trying to pick up votes only in the areas that would help them), which gave him the electoral college vote nationally. You do remember the electoral college, don't you? Anyway, it couldn't be the latter either I suppose. So it must've been the November 2000 election when the Supreme Court kept the DNC from breaking the law (again) and let the system do its job.

    Instead of blaming either Bush, maybe you should blame the 90,000 Floridians who voted for Nader, or Al Gore for not being able to carry his home state...

    No, that was where the DNC wasn't happy with cold, uncaring, non-political machines telling them the GOP candidate won and held their breath until they could get a hand count that showed their candidate won by a handful of suspect votes.

    Here's a little side project for you. Google "Ophelia Ford" and "felons voting".

    Wow, it sounds like you've already forgotten the last time Dems lost the congressional power they thought was entitled to them. When was that, 1994? Just let liberals be liberals, and they'll be out of office before you know it. Povided the elections can be held in a legal manner. Photo ID to vote anyone? Hmmm, why do you think the Dems always vote against that idea...?

    Y'know, I'm now seeing what you meant when you recently said:
  14. Huck Finn

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    That's quite a compliment, taking the time to research my past posts. Thank you! As for the photo ID, are you suggesting that some type of National ID card would be a good idea? We could include a photo, your fingerprints & maybe even some DNA ! I can honestly see why you're soooo upset with those damn freedom hating Democrats for voting against that!

    As to the "handful of suspect votes" in The '04 Washington State Election, let us not forget that bush won Florida by only 537 votes that were certified by the republican Elections Commissioner (or whatever her tile was). NOTHING suspect about that!
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    Huck, your loyalty to the dem party is admirable but can you not see it is misguided? No matter how you spin it the dems are against real freedom. They want to impose their version of freedom which has no resemblance to what our founding fathers believed. You can be a good citizen and still be wrong. The average dem voter is sadly unaware of the treachery at the top levels of the party.
    You think having to show a photo ID to vote is wrong even though stacks of evidence exists to prove voter fraud is rampant in most largely dem areas. How is that this last election we have no complaints of voter fraud or machine malfunction except from a couple of dems who lost? Did they fix all the supposed problems you railed about in 00 and 04? Is that what you believe?

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