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  •  I fail to see humor in those (0+ / 0-)

    who make repeated threats of armed insurrection.
    Or who carry firearms to political meetings.
    Or attempt to intimidate others with their firearms possession, but end up shocked when they find out I own far more firearms than they do.
    Though, for me, it's not "to oppose tyranny", it's to hunt or fire in competition for cash prize. The rest were inherited antiques.
    But, unlike the tea tard, mine are locked in a safe. Not being carried on my person at town hall meetings.

    •  Locked in a Safe (0+ / 0-)

      That's where the Tea Party should be.

      Given that collectively we are, or should be, the United States, we all own more fire power.

      The old saw is still true, when dealing with the Sarah Palins, Michelle Bachmanns and Ted Cruzes of the world:  you cannot have a battle of wits with an unarmed opponent.

      Really, it is so difficult to conceive of that many sociopaths occupying government positions ...

      There is no right way to do the wrong thing!

      by HashHoward on Wed Oct 23, 2013 at 07:38:51 AM PDT

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      •  Palins, Bachmanns & Cruzes (1+ / 0-)
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        gandydancer

        just the thought of these unhinged individuals as Pres. VP or any other part of leadership truly messes with your mind. Bobby Jindal is another one. Unlike S. Palin, Jindal has had two terms as Gov. and has done lots and lots to cause misery to the citizens of La. When politicians use moral issues to convince the voters that they are an honorable and good person to be trusted, they are not exposing their own immoral attitude toward the average working class. Using the idea that poor people are to be ignored or that they cause their own problems is another moral they neglect to tell you they have. Good people are so often misled by moral issues as being what the government is to do for us. What is it when people are against abortion, but deny food for children in need?  It is like...go head and have that child but we will starve him to death for you. I am not a big advocate of abortion, but neither do I want our government to use hate tactics against the poor as a stepping stone to the White House. To refuse health care to women through state and federal programs is down right stupid.
        Sociopaths? Obviously, they must be.

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