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14 minutes ago.
by absolem
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Winds of revolution?

Has anyone else noticed that not only the rhetoric but general conversation has changed for the worse since the Newtown shooting? There have always been some crazy ideas coming from the extreme left and right but lately I've noticed that insanity seems to be infecting average citizens as well. People every where are talking rebellion, in bars, restaurants, shoping centers, online news sites, chat rooms, fitness clubs, the list could go on forever. From my observations it appears that the people are angry about health care, taxes, the economy, but mostly its gun rights and all the talk of restrictions and confiscation by the elected officals. Could an attack on the second amendment be the catalist that could launch this great nation into an armed rebellion?

 
 

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absolem

Moderation...quick qestion...if you and i were to sit down for dinner and a chat, do you think there would be a chance either one of us would walk away with any better understanding of each other than i am currently getting through our sometimes cryptic and disjointed conversations or would the meal itself come away as being the "star" of the show?

Posted 14 minutes ago.

absolem

*sure

Posted 16 hours ago.

absolem

Moderation..people get paid for stranger. aure, i don't see why not.

Posted 16 hours ago.

moderation

Can you get paid for asking such questions, absolem? (~:

Posted 17 hours ago.

absolem

btw Mod...how are you and yours (human or otherwise) doing today?

Posted 20 hours ago.

absolem

Moderation...thanks for the thought there! intervention...well then. it is not that big of a deal. i just wanted to know what you meant by your question. i plainly asked...or thought i did and i still only got a (buzzer sound) wrong response. sorry, no time for guessing, but will gladly discuss.

Posted 20 hours ago.

moderation

absolem- I can say your example of ganging up is not my point or situation, however you may be experiencing an opportunity for a therapeutic intervention.(;

Posted 20 hours ago.

absolem

Moderation...i am intrigued....tell me more about this gang-up thing you were asking me about. i inquired as to what context and you never anwered. i think we all have been "ganged" up on in some respects. do you have a wife and daughters? i do....my "shed" is my favorite place to be sometimes.

Posted 1 day ago.

absolem

One must question the past refusals when news of more troops being sent to Iraq.

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

Moderation...I should have said successfully negotiated. The publicly expressed sticking point was listed as the lack of the granting of immunity while any forces were in country.

Posted 3 days ago.

moderation

First, absolem,if my recollection is accurate, we were told by the 'in charge iraqi' ' (now that was an interesting punctuation situation) folks to pack our bags and leave.

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

BeRight....from the placement of the bomb pack in the video, he may neeed a new pecker in which to enjoy those virgins.

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

NCN...the only thing we have accomplished recently with the bombing is the targeted removal of identified threats with minimally publicized cilvilian casualties. must be nice being Obama in that respect. anyway we are not bombing countries as punishment for thier participation or direct attack against us, we are just annhilating the vermin that live within. we had better hope the drone war doesn't reverse. that would be devastating. better bone-up on my skeet and RPG target practice.

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

Moderation...in what context please? perhaps, my nation grab was misunderstood. i based my statement on the sheer ammount of effort in money, material, equipment, expertise, and most of all lives in trying to assist the governements in the middle-east especially Iraq. once our government saw that they were incapable of forming any viable government, we should have created an interim government with the protection of U.S. forces and any others that fought under the coalition. This President has kept to the timetable as best he could as outlined by the Bush withdrawal plan. However, Obama did not renegotiate the terms of the withdrawal, as the Iraqis were as of yet unprepared to govern or offer protection for their citizens. frankly, i would prefer a peaceful solution. someone has to stop for something to end. so who goes first?

Posted 3 days ago.

BeRight

absolem: blew himself up into 17 pieces. One for each virgin.

Posted 3 days ago.

NasCarNut

neither has bombing the h*ll out of them...

Posted 3 days ago.

moderation

Have you ever had two or three gang up on you, absolem?

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

Moderation, buying their loyalty has not worked out too well either.

Posted 3 days ago.

moderation

Let's simply annex all muslim countries and force their loyalty to us.

Posted 3 days ago.

absolem

luck and unicorns.

Posted 3 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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