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  posted on 10/9/2008 at 08:51 PM
I love this country.



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  posted on 10/9/2008 at 08:53 PM
Careful! I think it's a trick.

 

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  posted on 10/9/2008 at 08:57 PM
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Careful! I think it's a trick.


Perhaps. Either way, it made me laugh.

 

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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 10:24 AM
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Careful! I think it's a trick.


Perhaps. Either way, it made me laugh.
That's great! (Looks like it made Obama laugh, also! )

 

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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 10:32 AM
" We've had democrat presidents before and we still have our guns ", some redneck for Obama.

 

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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 10:36 AM


BO appreciated it too.

pretty cool. I'd love to know what BO said to the dude.

 

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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 11:41 AM
Dems-guns....to NO credit from them...it is a constant struggle to keep our constitutional rights for the right to own, carry, and posess firearms, AND to keep the Constitution as the Founding Fathers intended.
citizen- one who possesses firearms leagally ( and is ready to use 'em)
subject- one who has gun rights stripped (and bows to the whim of anarchy)

 

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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 02:25 PM
Muchly off topic I guess ---- I will confess to watching "My Big Red Neck Wedding" show on CMT for a fifteen minutes here and there. I haven't seen any signs supporting either candidate on that one.

Honest question- only intending to be curious not offensive - the folks in these shows seems to like being in the mud quite a bit. with their trucks -- is it called mud-bugging ? What's the deal with that ?

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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 06:27 PM
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Honest question- only intending to be curious not offensive - the folks in these shows seems to like being in the mud quite a bit. with their trucks -- is it called mud-bugging ? What's the deal with that ?

Thanks.


Number one - It's a f*cking blast, whether it is a truck or ATV, or, as I have done and/or been a part of over the years at various times, even a car. Number one, it helps you to learn how to drive through the mud should you find yourself on a trail out in the middle of nowhere with a mud hole staring you in the face and no one around to help you. Nothing takes the place of actually doing it. There are times while on the ATV's that we purposely take our chances through the deepest mud holes we can find and view it as a challenge.

A couple of years ago we sat at our camp at the Appalachian Uprising music festival after it had rained hard and watched neophyte after neophyte try to get their vehicles up the trail and out to safer ground, and one after another - they had no idea how to do it right. It was amazing frankly, and a pain in the ass because they blocked the whole road and had to be pushed or pulled with ATV's or tractors, and they only made the road worse. Those that were used to being off the hard road knew what to do, how to roll through it, and they got by without getting stuck and getting some good air while slinging some mud. As for the rest of the "nature lovers," we would yell and tell them what to do when their approach was wrong - "No, No, don't stop, don't stop, turn it to the left - f*ck!" Because they didn't have that mud-bugging experience, they would get stuck in the mud and then sit there with that goofy look on their face. They would ask us for help and we would would just point over to Charlie sitting on the tractor, who would be looking back at us and smiling and shaking his head. As we drank a few beers, we got to where we'd try to guess if the upcoming vehicle had a driver in it that could make it or not. The true off roaders got through the mud just fine and were met with a raised beer and a cheer or two.

Now here is some appropriate timing for this issue- Just a minute ago on ABC World News, Charles Gibson just showed what happened today when they drove their news tour bus onto a farmer's land in Iowa and - you guessed it - they didn't anticipate the conditions and got the bus stuck in the mud. The farmer broke out his John Deere Tractor and pulled them out. I'll let you fill in the rest...............................

As for as getting crazy in everyday run of the mill cars - I've stranded a few. They have usually been $500.00 dollar beaters, so if the challenge is made - let's go for it. I've had many a tractor pulling a 1977 Mercury Marquis Brougham or the equivalent out of the muck after a good time was had by all. Many years ago my brother lived at a rented farmhouse along the Greater Miami River on route 128 in southwestern Ohio and I had a 1984 Dodge Aspen that I proceeded to roll through the mud during a keg party. The next morning my brother's landlord happened to show up and he saw the landlord out on the land picking up 6-foot long connected pieces of turf. It didn't go over so well. So, we mostly moved those shenanigans to my buddy's farm where it was the usual steep creek bank that would finally do the car in.

If you get a chance to do it - do it!!

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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 06:40 PM
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All of those words, Derek, and yet you cannot answer a question. Did you vote twice in 2004? Did you vote in both the West Virginia and Ohio primaries this year?



I, Derek, voted in Ohio in 2004. Thanks.

 

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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 06:45 PM
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You're delusional man. When was the last time there has been any sort of challenge to the 2nd Amendment in court? Has there ever been a serious challenge to the 2nd Amendment, anywhere, ever?



There was a case concerning the Second Amendment before the Supreme Court, brought forth by the Left, just last month. Thanks for keeping up;

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Supreme Court decision affirms right to have guns in home for self-defense

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The Supreme Court in September affirmed the right to have guns for self-defense in the home. The court’s 5-4 ruling struck down the District of Columbia’s ban on handguns and imperiled similar prohibitions in other cities, Chicago and San Francisco among them. Federal gun restrictions, however, were expected to remain largely intact.

The court had not conclusively interpreted the Second Amendment since its ratification in 1791. The amendment reads: “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”

The basic issue for the justices was whether the amendment protects an individual’s right to own guns no matter what, or whether that right is somehow tied to service in a state militia, a once-vital, now-archaic grouping of citizens. That’s been the heart of the gun control debate for decades.

Writing for the majority, Justice Antonin Scalia said an individual right to bear arms exists and is supported by “the historical narrative” both before and after the Second Amendment was adopted.

The full implications of the decision, however, are not sorted out. Still to be seen, for example, is the extent to which the right to have a gun for protection in the home may extend outside the home.

Scalia said the Constitution does not permit “the absolute prohibition of handguns held and used for self-defense in the home.” The court also struck down D.C. requirements that firearms be equipped with trigger locks or kept disassembled, but left intact the licensing of guns. The district allows shotguns and rifles to be kept in homes if they are registered, kept unloaded and taken apart or equipped with trigger locks.

But he said nothing in the ruling should “cast doubt on long-standing prohibitions on the possession of firearms by felons or the mentally ill, or laws forbidding the carrying of firearms in sensitive places such as schools and government buildings.”

In a concluding paragraph to the 64-page opinion, Scalia said the justices in the majority “are aware of the problem of handgun violence in this country” and believe the Constitution “leaves the District of Columbia a variety of tools for combating that problem, including some measures regulating handguns.”

D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty responded with a plan to require residents to register their handguns. “More handguns in the District of Columbia will only lead to more handgun violence,” Fenty said.

The capital’s gun law was among the nation’s strictest.

Dick Anthony Heller, 66, an armed security guard, sued the district after it rejected his application to keep a handgun at his Capitol Hill home a short distance from the Supreme Court.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled in Heller’s favor and struck down the district’s handgun ban, saying the Constitution guarantees Americans the right to own guns and a total prohibition on handguns is not compatible with that right.

The last Supreme Court ruling on the matter came in 1939 in U.S. v. Miller, which involved a sawed-off shotgun. Constitutional scholars agree it did not squarely answer the question of individual versus collective rights.

The case is District of Columbia v. Heller, 07-290.


 

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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 07:04 PM
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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 07:19 PM
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Honest question- only intending to be curious not offensive - the folks in these shows seems to like being in the mud quite a bit. with their trucks -- is it called mud-bugging ? What's the deal with that ?

Mud bogging.


WBD, please...boggin'....boggin'...

 

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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 09:09 PM
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Honest question- only intending to be curious not offensive - the folks in these shows seems to like being in the mud quite a bit. with their trucks -- is it called mud-bugging ? What's the deal with that ?

Thanks.


Number one - It's a f*cking blast, whether it is a truck or ATV, or, as I have done and/or been a part of over the years at various times, even a car. Number one, it helps you to learn how to drive through the mud should you find yourself on a trail out in the middle of nowhere with a mud hole staring you in the face and no one around to help you. Nothing takes the place of actually doing it. There are times while on the ATV's that we purposely take our chances through the deepest mud holes we can find and view it as a challenge.

A couple of years ago we sat at our camp at the Appalachian Uprising music festival after it had rained hard and watched neophyte after neophyte try to get their vehicles up the trail and out to safer ground, and one after another - they had no idea how to do it right. It was amazing frankly, and a pain in the ass because they blocked the whole road and had to be pushed or pulled with ATV's or tractors, and they only made the road worse. Those that were used to being off the hard road knew what to do, how to roll through it, and they got by without getting stuck and getting some good air while slinging some mud. As for the rest of the "nature lovers," we would yell and tell them what to do when their approach was wrong - "No, No, don't stop, don't stop, turn it to the left - f*ck!" Because they didn't have that mud-bugging experience, they would get stuck in the mud and then sit there with that goofy look on their face. They would ask us for help and we would would just point over to Charlie sitting on the tractor, who would be looking back at us and smiling and shaking his head. As we drank a few beers, we got to where we'd try to guess if the upcoming vehicle had a driver in it that could make it or not. The true off roaders got through the mud just fine and were met with a raised beer and a cheer or two.

Now here is some appropriate timing for this issue- Just a minute ago on ABC World News, Charles Gibson just showed what happened today when they drove their news tour bus onto a farmer's land in Iowa and - you guessed it - they didn't anticipate the conditions and got the bus stuck in the mud. The farmer broke out his John Deere Tractor and pulled them out. I'll let you fill in the rest...............................

As for as getting crazy in everyday run of the mill cars - I've stranded a few. They have usually been $500.00 dollar beaters, so if the challenge is made - let's go for it. I've had many a tractor pulling a 1977 Mercury Marquis Brougham or the equivalent out of the muck after a good time was had by all. Many years ago my brother lived at a rented farmhouse along the Greater Miami River on route 128 in southwestern Ohio and I had a 1984 Dodge Aspen that I proceeded to roll through the mud during a keg party. The next morning my brother's landlord happened to show up and he saw the landlord out on the land picking up 6-foot long connected pieces of turf. It didn't go over so well. So, we mostly moved those shenanigans to my buddy's farm where it was the usual steep creek bank that would finally do the car in.

If you get a chance to do it - do it!!

DH


Every story Derek ever tells always includes a bunch of stupid, clueless people, and him, so much smarter and more experienced than everyone else. I knew how this story was going to go as soon as I read the first sentence.

 

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  posted on 10/10/2008 at 09:12 PM
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Dems-guns....to NO credit from them...it is a constant struggle to keep our constitutional rights for the right to own, carry, and posess firearms, AND to keep the Constitution as the Founding Fathers intended.
citizen- one who possesses firearms leagally ( and is ready to use 'em)
subject- one who has gun rights stripped (and bows to the whim of anarchy)


mglowenstein then ranted:
You're delusional man. When was the last time there has been any sort of challenge to the 2nd Amendment in court? Has there ever been a serious challenge to the 2nd Amendment, anywhere, ever?

But, please do tell - where in the Constitution that we can find the right for mentally disabled people to buy firearms, or for any person to purchase assault rifles, hollow-point bullets, automatic weapons, and various other tools of mass destruction?

Please try to remember this - having a gun and being ready to use it doesn't make you any more of a citizen, it just makes you way more dangerous to the people around you.

And, of course, it does help compensate for your tiny, tiny penis.

[Edited on 10/10/2008 by mglowenstein]


My comments:
1) The 2nd Amendment faces challenges and threats to the guarantees it gives every year.
Several townships and cities are now being sued over the narrow minded local edicts enacted by committees that basically made a criminal of anyone who tried to follow those Constitutionally guaranteed freedoms.
2) Can you show me in the Constitution where it doesn't guarantee the right for "the people", all people, to keep and bear arms (the Founding Fathers probably felt that relatives would keep firearms away from the mentally deficient since back then they were usually kept locked away), or any restrictions on the type of arms or ammunition they can have?
(Before you answer that question, run a search on early self-repeating firearms. There was actually an early version of a self loading, repeating rifle used in the Revolutionary War. Hollow point projectiles were used in cannon)
3) Having a firearm doesn't make you any more dangerous to people around you, except those that would do you harm.
4) Just because the Rabbi took a little too much off is no reason to belittle others who have short penises.

 

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  posted on 10/18/2008 at 10:38 PM
Here's a rare hopeful sign, racists for Obama:

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1008/14691.html

 

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