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    Re: Redding California Tea Party right to bear arms Second Amendment Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by notquiteright View Post
    The age crap shows the vast majority of these few 'appreciators' are angry old men, not mainstream firearm owner/users like I met when I routinely shot the Sac range.

    This was a tiny niche group out of a possible 177,233 citizens of Redding county.

    you continue to beat your dead horse... I NEVER said a damn thing about anyone giving up rights, why you insist on turning any thread I post in to that old saw is more telling or your bias than anything about the subject at hand.

    What I said was it would be nice if the Tea Party in it's attempt to coop the current firearms debate could present a more mainstream cross section and concentrate on the issue at hand, leaving the tyranny crap for some other time. We need 'gun' owners who don't sound like the old folks home militia.

    And I asked if you think that there is a certain age where you think as an American, we should lose our rights? You clearly have something against older Americans....Look, not saying that this is the reason, but maybe, just maybe the younger supporters of gun rights were not at the rally because they had to work, ever think of that one?

    Your attempt to minimize those Americans that believe that gun rights are worth speaking out about, or joining an organization like the NRA is despicable, and not supported by the facts.

    "A day before President Barack Obama is scheduled to release Vice President Joe Biden's recommendations to curb gun violence in the United States, the National Rifle Association told U.S. News and World Report that they have seen membership grow by 250,000 in the month since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut."

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    Re: Redding California Tea Party right to bear arms Second Amendment Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    And I asked if you think that there is a certain age where you think as an American, we should lose our rights? You clearly have something against older Americans....Look, not saying that this is the reason, but maybe, just maybe the younger supporters of gun rights were not at the rally because they had to work, ever think of that one?

    Your attempt to minimize those Americans that believe that gun rights are worth speaking out about, or joining an organization like the NRA is despicable, and not supported by the facts.

    "A day before President Barack Obama is scheduled to release Vice President Joe Biden's recommendations to curb gun violence in the United States, the National Rifle Association told U.S. News and World Report that they have seen membership grow by 250,000 in the month since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut."

    NRA: Membership Has Grown by 250,000 in One Month - US News and World Report
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    Re: Redding California Tea Party right to bear arms Second Amendment Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    What's all this age crap? Is there some age in America where you give up your rights?
    Liberals pay more attention to kids when discussing political matters (see Obama surrounded by kids announcing new gun laws).

    Liberals/Progressives pay less attention to old folk when discussing political matters (See notquiteright's response on page 1).

    It is all backwards.

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    Re: Redding California Tea Party right to bear arms Second Amendment Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    And I asked if you think that there is a certain age where you think as an American, we should lose our rights? You clearly have something against older Americans....Look, not saying that this is the reason, but maybe, just maybe the younger supporters of gun rights were not at the rally because they had to work, ever think of that one?

    Your attempt to minimize those Americans that believe that gun rights are worth speaking out about, or joining an organization like the NRA is despicable, and not supported by the facts.

    "A day before President Barack Obama is scheduled to release Vice President Joe Biden's recommendations to curb gun violence in the United States, the National Rifle Association told U.S. News and World Report that they have seen membership grow by 250,000 in the month since the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, Connecticut."

    NRA: Membership Has Grown by 250,000 in One Month - US News and World Report
    You constantly rant the same BS over and over again, no matter the topic, no matter the point under discussion.

    I NEVER said at a certain age a citizen should lose their rights, so thats more muddy water. I have NOTHING against older Americans, I R one. Just point out the Tea Party epic fail 'rally' looked more like the line for the Early Bird Special at Denny's than mainstream America, and sounded like a bunch of angry old white dudes. Did mention when i attend a 2nd A rally-never attended a 'gun' appreciation day because that sounds stupid- there is always a strong scruffy dudes in cammy contingent.

    'Maybe the under 50 crowd had to work???' REALLY??? Another epic fail of a dodge. You trying to say out of a city of 89,861 people, in a county of 177,233 only 200 'appreciators' could get off work...on a weekend?????

    I have told you several times now I am a member of the NRA, you don't seem to allow facts into your world view.

    So once again, the radical ranters on the extreme right need to get new horses to beat, the ones like can't get off work, giving up rights, hidden agendas, there was at least two kids at the rally, and other crap is worn out....

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    Re: Redding California Tea Party right to bear arms Second Amendment Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by notquiteright View Post
    So basically you just responded to nit nick??? GOOOOTCHA!
    I was bored.
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    Re: Redding California Tea Party right to bear arms Second Amendment Rally

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    I was bored.
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    Re: Redding California Tea Party right to bear arms Second Amendment Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by hawke812 View Post
    Liberals pay more attention to kids when discussing political matters (see Obama surrounded by kids announcing new gun laws).

    Liberals/Progressives pay less attention to old folk when discussing political matters (See notquiteright's response on page 1).

    It is all backwards.
    How bogus can you be????

    The extreme right wing is in a constant belly ache over 'liberals' defending social security and medicare. THAT is paying attention to old folks for political reasons.

    Perhaps you'd be more accurate to say progressives and liberals don't pay political attention to angry old white dudes spouting off about tyranny and other crap....

    See what I did there????

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    Re: Redding California Tea Party right to bear arms Second Amendment Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by tererun View Post
    Are you telling us that after the crapload of bitching because Obama brought kids who had wrote him letters about making them safer when he signed his EOs
    The hypocrisy was noted by me already. Which is why I remembered the kids in the video.

    Quote Originally Posted by tererun View Post
    the tea party terrorists forced their children to go to a gun rally and hold signs? That would mean the protestors used their children who cannot make decisions on their own to shamelessly support their parents cause by threat of their parents. It also means that out of the crappy turnout the numbers were boosted by people forced to be there sort of like Mittens liked to do.

    At least the kids Obama used were voluntarily there and agreed with the letters they actually wrote and not5 forced to go to some geezer rally on their long weekend by their crazy parents.

    being forced by your parents to go to a rally on your day off is not what i would call appreciation for guns. probably appreciation of not having to be locked in a closet to live off rat droppings wit6h your parents holding a shotgun and guarding you to make sure you don't escape on them.

    Yeah really, do you think the AARP wants to be associated with such abusive and manipulative geezers?
    Rest of your post is unsubstantiated bs. Can you prove that the kids with those Teapartiers were forced there?

    As for the AARP, the only one that brought that into the discussion was notquiteright, not me, and not the OP. For all anyone knows none of those folks are a part of the AARP.
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    Re: Redding California Tea Party right to bear arms Second Amendment Rally

    Since 2008, I've noticed a lot of people (generally right wingers) who confuse tyranny with losing an election. Obama is not a tyrant. Bush wasn't a tyrant either. Pushing policies that you don't agree with is not tyranny. The president declaring a law, without congress passing it, and deploying the military to enforce it... that would be tyranny. Suspending elections would be tyranny. If that ever happens, liberals and conservatives alike would rise up in revolt. We are a long way from tyranny.
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    Re: Redding California Tea Party right to bear arms Second Amendment Rally

    Quote Originally Posted by notquiteright View Post
    You constantly rant the same BS over and over again, no matter the topic, no matter the point under discussion.

    I NEVER said at a certain age a citizen should lose their rights, so thats more muddy water. I have NOTHING against older Americans, I R one. Just point out the Tea Party epic fail 'rally' looked more like the line for the Early Bird Special at Denny's than mainstream America, and sounded like a bunch of angry old white dudes. Did mention when i attend a 2nd A rally-never attended a 'gun' appreciation day because that sounds stupid- there is always a strong scruffy dudes in cammy contingent.

    'Maybe the under 50 crowd had to work???' REALLY??? Another epic fail of a dodge. You trying to say out of a city of 89,861 people, in a county of 177,233 only 200 'appreciators' could get off work...on a weekend?????

    I have told you several times now I am a member of the NRA, you don't seem to allow facts into your world view.

    So once again, the radical ranters on the extreme right need to get new horses to beat, the ones like can't get off work, giving up rights, hidden agendas, there was at least two kids at the rally, and other crap is worn out....


    OK, here we go....on to pejorative name calling that you progressives seem to go to like second nature...Might I just remind you....

    "Sandra Fluke is coming! Sandra Fluke is coming! Acclaimed women's rights activist! Everyone, be sure to clear enough space for the masses ... all 10 of them." A rally in Reno featuring superstar Democrat Sandra Fluke appeared to be a bust Saturday after the activist's speech drew a crowd small enough to count on one's fingers. (Or, as one reporter put it, that could "fit comfortably inside a single Chevy Suburban.")"

    Sandra Fluke rally in Reno draws only 10 people to Sak 'N Save parking lot

    Talk about rally fails....
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