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I dont need to i have the law on my side your just trying to be a nitpicking liberal. If there is no right to fire a weapon in the constitution then there is definately no right to privacy how you feel about that?

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May. 4, 2012 2:22 pm

There is no sense it conversing with Art. It is his kind that gave into Hitler. There is nothing you can say to him that would change his mind. He truly believes its his way or no way. That's what is wrong with our country today. Everyone is far left or right. They can't even talk anymore.

Go ahead Art come up with some stupid meaningless rebuttal.

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May. 3, 2012 2:24 pm

i consider my self right wing am i hard to talk to :(

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I think I'm just going to leave these words dangling out there as the low-hanging fruit for somebody else to play with.

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Quote CollegeConservative:

i consider my self right wing am i hard to talk to :(

I prefer your alter-ego ("lilmorecountry") just a lil more than you..... And that ain't sayin much.

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Quote Marlin60:

If been discussed to death, why is topic being discussed on Thom's show. Also, anyone who calls a gun a "toy" has not idea about the responsibility of owning a gun. I would rather be in a Stand Your Ground state or in a city where only the thugs have guns.

http://www.youtube.com/user/TheArmedCitizen

:)

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