View Poll Results: Would you want a gun in this situation?

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  • I am anti-gun, and I would want a gun.

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  • I am anti-gun, and I wouldn't want a gun.

    6 8.82%
  • I am pro-gun, and I would want a gun.

    58 85.29%
  • I am pro-gun, and I wouldn't want a gun.

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    Re: Would you want a gun in this situation?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    that's another dishonest argument because we all understand that the ND supreme court ignored the actual words of the constitution to suck up to FDR
    WE ALL UNDERSTAND!?!?!?!?!? Just who is WE ALL and where do you get this assumption from?
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    Re: Would you want a gun in this situation?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Where did I attempt to show the Constitution was wrong? What did I fail in.

    Lets see the evidence Herr Barkmann.... lets see it and to the devil with your own evaluation.
    did not say anything about the Constitution here.

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    Re: Would you want a gun in this situation?

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    That question is for you to answer. You claim to not want to deny law abiding citizens the right to keep and bear, then list those I don't need, to include AR 15 styles, sniper rifles, any weapons based on military calibers, .22s if they look scary. Many others.

    Why don't you tell me what you think I should be allowed to keep and bear? It shouldn't take long.
    Dude, for all I care you can have anything short of a military sniper rifle or anything that can be easily converted over to automatic fire. I know that's SUCH a TYRANNICAL violation of your oh-so-holy 2A rights, leaving you almost nothing at all except for almost anything you care to buy out there already...but there it is.
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    Re: Would you want a gun in this situation?

    Quote Originally Posted by ernst barkmann View Post
    did not say anything about the Constitution here.
    The product of the 55 Founders is the Constitution. that is what we are discussing.
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    Re: Would you want a gun in this situation?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    Arms

    In Colonial times "arms" usually meant weapons that could be carried.
    But any time somebody says the Amendment only protects weapons used in colonial times you strongly object. You cannot it it both ways Turtle.
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    Re: Would you want a gun in this situation?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    you would have a bit more credibility in your argument if you admit what almost everyone else knows
    Just who is EVERYONE ELSE?
    Does that presumption really include EVERYONE or just those with whom you agree?
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    Re: Would you want a gun in this situation?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    But any time somebody says the Amendment only protects weapons used in colonial times you strongly object. You cannot it it both ways Turtle.
    that is so moronic that anyone who utters it is condemned to the rubbish Heap of idiots because the entire purpose was to allow citizens to bear the same weapons as the militia. There was no restriction based on the state of the art in 1789

    and the 2A does not say that so you are again lying Its like saying Protestant denominations that were not in existence in 1789 are not covered by the First Amendment or that forms of execution and torture not known in that era can never be objectionable as cruel or unusual


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    Re: Would you want a gun in this situation?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Just who is EVERYONE ELSE?
    Does that presumption really include EVERYONE or just those with whom you agree?
    everyone who has studied the constitution. those who support the current expansion of the commerce clause always defend it in terms of "it was best for the nation" rather than it was a proper application of original intent.



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    Re: Would you want a gun in this situation?

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    The product of the 55 Founders is the Constitution. that is what we are discussing.
    here is the quote again...

    Quote Originally Posted by ernst barkmann View Post
    you make me sad , because of your constant failings to prove the founders wrong.
    no where is the word constitution posted......so am i suppose to jump into the constitution...

    the post means you state something, and i post something from the founders that counters your statement...making it wrong

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    Re: Would you want a gun in this situation?

    Quote Originally Posted by Glen Contrarian View Post
    Again, where do we draw the line?
    What line needs to be drawn. Enforce the laws we have, leave legal gun owners alone. Pretty simple concept.

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