The UN Hates/ Fears Our 2nd Amendment .....

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  1. JohnHenry

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  3. armedandsafe

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    Good article. Thank you.

    Pops
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    Yes the liberal wil try anything to take out guns from us. After all slaves dont need guns just you free people.
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    The un and the libs are commie, vile, despicable, poisonous, rat infested, puss oozing cottage cheese eating, monkey dung, stinky, yeast infected, flea bitten, turds.

    When it comes down to it there is really nothing they can do. Do they really want or have the will? Cause that day will be a long one for them.
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    Come on ..... Don't hold back , tell us what you really think of the un and the libers.......
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    Sounds like they are doing this right before they get thrown out of office. Is there any intregrity on the left? Seriously?
    Either way vote conservative!
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    Sorry i left out

    scum sucking, gutless, bottom feeders, good for nothing, baby making, leaches, two faced, talk out of their bum, low life, yellow belly, drug induced coma, retarded, sad excuse for wasted space they are.

    That should cover it.
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    I also sent the article to everyone in my address book. I ask u to do the same!
  10. Juker

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    Option 1 - Government-mandated voluntary surrender of firearms. Please proceed to your nearest Obamajugend Annex. Anybody gonna turn 'em in? Anybody? Bueller? Bueller?

    Option 2 - Government-mandated seizure of firearms. There aren't enough cops in this country who'd take part in that, and after a few days of Obamajugend being splattered across American front yards, can't really see that program working out either.

    I've read numerous articles on this treaty. Doesn't matter if our Prez, UN Secretary, Sec of State, etc. sign it. Irrelevant. The UN cannot usurp our Constitution. Thousands of great minds and conservative lawyers are all over this, thankfully.

    If this thing DID pass, we'd have a new civil war, and our side would have all the guns. They can have the Prius, the wind turbines, Hollywood, those retarded new light bulbs, and Congressman Weiner.
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    At the latest attempt to count, they say there are somewhere between 23 million and 44 million hunters in America. That's the largest Army in the world! It doesn't count the number of people who own weapons and don't hunt.That moves the number up to something north of 80 million. All we need is a little organization.
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    China has a 200 million man army, plus another 100 million in reserve. And they're organized.
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    Guess who wrote these statements, explaining why nations should surrender their sovereignty to implement "global governance"?

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    Moreover, states must be prepared to cede some sovereignty to world bodies if the international system is to function.

    Globalisation thus implies that sovereignty is not only becoming weaker in reality, but that it needs to become weaker. States would be wise to weaken sovereignty in order to protect themselves, because they cannot insulate themselves from what goes on elsewhere. Sovereignty is no longer a sanctuary.

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    You Gosh-durned Americans, and your guns, and your Second Amendment, are standing in the way of Progress.
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    Treaties do make a difference. It's quite possible that they are a way to amend our Constitution without letting the states have any say whatsoever.

    They're trying this route for a reason. :mad:
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    Guns are scary. I had all mine melted down at the recycling center and got $12.

    That is, the guns I bought after Double D and I lost our guns again on that last tragic deep sea fishing excursion. Darn those waves!
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    HEY!!! Whats wrong with eating cottage cheese?? I love it!! Go pick on something else like free ranging critters or something!
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    I have every faith that any attempt made to confiscate our firearms would be met with armed revolt. What I fear is the slow eroding of our rights over time, and bans on the sale of certain firearms and ammunition, one gun or one caliber at a time. We can always hold on to what we have if we are willing to fight, but how do you fight unavailability?
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    Has anybody bothered to remind the UN that if not for the US Constitution, including the 2A, there would be no UN. In fact, most of them, if they existed at all, would be speaking German or Russian and certainly not sitting in an air-conditioned building in NY trying to tell us how to improve our country. They need to consider the forest before cutting down the trees.
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    The highest number I found anywhere was around 5 million, including all reserves and extras. :dontknow:
  20. Bobitis

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    I did some googling and found numbers across the board. I don't think anyone knows for sure what is accurate/up to date.

    I think it's pretty safe to say that the American people have far more firepower than any other military on the planet. More than the top 4 or 5 combined in fact.

    Consider the facts in our last 50 years of conflicts.

    Having the most powerful military in the world doesn't mean a whole lot. If you take our firepower into acount, we've had our butts handed to us pretty regularly.

    Why?

    Home field advantage.

    The mighty US vs Vietnam? Fail.
    The mighty US vs Korea? Fail.

    The only way anyone will take over our country is to disarm the citizens first.
    Anything else would be suicide.:AR15firing:
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