trimble

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"a close Trump adviser told the Post". Uh-huh, sure he did. 
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bliznik As starzokc points out you really have to study the vernacular of the time to study and understand the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Punctuation and capitalization had different usage (comma’s could separate whole sentences) and definitions were a bit different, for instance “Militia” and “well regulated”. Along with his proper definition of Militia, “well regulated” at the time of the writing meant in good working order, in particular as in machinery and tools such as guns, one of the most important tools of the day. You don’t read the Constitution like a bedside novel, you really do have to study writings from the time such as the Federalist Papers and the like and have a very good dictionary, the best will list the older definitions last. 
 
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fancylad Haven't you heard? The science is settled.
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The first things a gun-grabber will say are "No one is trying to take away your 2nd amendment rights, that is just BS." Followed by "I own a firearm".
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I don't think this guy can explain why Trump won the Presidency. Like so many, he just doesn't get it.
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normalfreak2 There are millions of Democrats that support the NRA and the 2nd including members of congress. It's your freak-far-left wing that is targeted.
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normalfreak2 I don't think so. Complaining about using the 1st to lie is all.
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normalfreak2 Partisan as in Democrat vs Republican? I didn't get that either.
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Watched it twice and still could find any threats.
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Should I know who this is? Good for him though.
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holygod Ha, yep, I wouldn't look for this to be a documentary, it will be dark, funny and bloody as Hell.
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Name your kid Cosmo and get a head start on him being nuts.
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oobaka I'd even let the cost of the bullet come out of the "Corrections" Department budget.
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Good to see a nice, unbiased, non-partisan piece for a change.
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skeeter01 Most of the time, yes.
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She's pretty hot.
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abortabortabort We know why and it's the best reason of all. To practice his trade with much better success than he would have in MI.
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normalfreak2 Fair enough as I have often questioned your stance on liberalism and conservatism. 

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Might as well book it.
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Oh and I think capitalization of Hell is proper. I could see your point if I had wrote "HELLLLLL!!!!!!!" or something but not as written.

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boredhuman No real strong opinion, it really doesn't affect me much. In general I am for less government regulation, not all of course. I hear you about the new Soap Opera getting old fast.
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robthelurker Not at all rob, just pointing out the obvious. NF2 and squirly to a certain extent often do the same things they complain that others do.
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Combat cops profiling by profiling cops. Brilliant.
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squrlz4ever Calm down, calm down? You see?, more of the same. There was nothing not calm in my comment. You absolutely see things the way you want to, I'll stay out of a Net Neutrality discussion with you I think.
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Sometimes the best medicine for a dog that chases cars is to let him catch one.