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Just a Hypeathetical patriotic Question

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by b12, Apr 21, 2012.

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  1. b12

    b12 Active Member

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    Just sit back and use you own thoughts then answer as truely as possible.

    Just supposed say a million people came together and said enough is enough. Then it was decided to March on Wasington with everyone holding an American flag in the Left hand and a firearm in the right. Stopped on Penn. avenue and said it time to get out.
    I could see the Piss ant presi. calling out the military to disperse the crown. But do you think the people in the military would fire on the flag for which it stands. Just remember WE THE PEOPLE. Wild Bill
  2. gun1357

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    It wouldn't be necessary because he and his family would have been evacuated in advance. Ron
  3. cnsane

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    No, the military would never go Kent State on public protesters. And they'd never go door to door confiscating legally owned guns.
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    NONONONO, they never gunned down WWI veterans protesting on the mall either. The probable would never use Xe, (aka blackwater) like they did in Katrina. Nope be a waste of time, they'd just let you camp in the rose garden.

    They would probably give Pakistan a little reciprocity and let the Paki's shoot the CIA drones at you.

    They make new flags every day, that flag won't stop soldiers, or contractors that have been given the green light to use lethal force. All the incidents in the last 200 yrs should give you a hint......Don't remember the draft wars??????? David Koresch???
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    The only way we will get rid of odumass is through the ballot box. That million men that will march need to gather another million, and then another and another. We also need to get rid of his cronies in congress at the same time.

    ctreay
  6. b12

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    Who will see that the ballot box is secure. Putin? He new how to do it in Russia. Their must be a more and better type of security at the box. Wild Bill
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    Politicians are the problem, clear up to the WH!!

    The Biggest problem is the voting public!

    Lazy, uneducated, degrees up the Wazzzu liberals and those that expect everything for free!!

    Get rid of that crowd and the "correct" Politicians would get elected!!!!
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    I seriously doubt an armed mob of that magnitude would be allowed to assemble anywhere in that area. Take the firearms out of the equation then maybe it could happen.
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    Washington DC would make the gun bearing protesters criminals.

    Now a protest of this kind in a state that would allow open carry of firearms might be a good thing but I think we would need a few million more.

    Yes it is probably time for the patriots to be heard.

    Joe
  10. Rick Barker

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    The greatest risk of firing on civilians is the possible civil war that would follow and the execution of the military officers and politicans involved after they get their trial from the new government set up after the revolution.


    The Posse Comitatus Act was written over 200 years ago and in need of update.

    Perhaps when the right people are in power, we can address that issue.
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    The greatest risk of firing on civilians is the possible civil war that would follow and the execution of the military officers and politicans involved after they get their trial from the new government set up after the revolution.


    The Posse Comitatus Act was written over 200 years ago and in need of update.

    Perhaps when the right people are in power, we can address that issue.
  12. Rick Barker

    Rick Barker Well-Known Member

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    The greatest risk of firing on civilians is the possible civil war that would follow and the execution of the military officers and politicans involved after they get their trial from the new government set up after the revolution.


    The Posse Comitatus Act was written over 200 years ago and in need of update.

    Perhaps when the right people are in power, we can address that issue.
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    I'd listen to that general. Before the military got so wrapped up in this 20 yr live fire exercise, they trained regularly to deal with civilian revolts. Our military now has 20 yrs of on the job training under it's belt, dealing with such issues. Our soldiers, if the time ever comes, will look on those putting up a fight as a threat to America....it's that simple.

    And if you believe that BS that the military cannot fire on civilians because of a law, all they have to have is a civilian official in charge of them and the whole deal is off. As long as they are acting under civilian direction and in support of civilians, they get a pass on the law.
  14. Rick Barker

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    I'm not surprised you don't support the rule of law, 221 numbnuts.


    The mentally ill seldom know right from wrong and you just showed that.
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