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I support restrictions of our rights...

 
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01/15/2013 11:16 PM
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I support restrictions of our rights...
I am in favor of restricting our rights if they are a threat to our safety as a culture. I cannot deny that the deaths of thousands over the past two decades is inexcusable when reasonable measures can be put in place to help prevent this from happening. Common sense restrictions can benefit our nation if it saves just one child. We have to do something rather than nothing.

Therefore, I call for the religion of Islam to be restricted in this nation for operation only in government sanctioned houses of worship with proper licensing and after thorough background checks. The Koran will be edited to include only the parts about peace, and nothing that could relate to the violent history of war and conflict against non believers, or "jihad." There have been at least 2,753 casualties related to the extreme views of this religion in the past two decades. Now, I am not calling for a ban or restriction on ALL religions, or even a ban on Islam. No one wants to infringe on a persons first amendment right to exercise their religious views. But we all agree that the violence must end. Common sense restrictions must be put in place so the extremists of Islam cannot plot their next actions against innocent people in this country. We have a moral obligation to protect our children from the danger of radical Islam in the hands of the mentally unstable.

If this offends you......GOOD. It should. I would rail against this restriction as much as I would a restriction of ANY of the bill of rights. Notice, all of the bill of rights mention 1 of 2 things: The people, and/or the states. They do not mention a standing army, a national guard, or any other such non sense you might read in persuasive articles that have flooded the media in the past several weeks except to say that soldiers will not be quartered in the houses of the people. The second amendment, as the first through 10th, specifically states our founders interpretation of natural rights of man and the people. It's time we realize the fallacy of the "safety state," and realize that our freedom comes at a price. After all, do we not send our soldiers to foreign lands at risk of life and limb with the belief that we do so in the name of defending our liberty here at home? If we aren't willing to withstand the cost of freedom here at home, when we are facing the lowest points of human morality, how can we continue to ask our loved ones to do so in lands far away?

I leave with this quote, From President George Washington on May 1st, 1796 at the end of his presidency, as to why we should ALL be weary when a sudden and fast paced barrage of executive action (either unilateral or through congress) comes into the national spotlight in the pre-text of "it cannot wait."

"It has always been, and will continue to be, my earnest desire to learn and to comply, as far as is consistent, with the public sentiment; but it is on great occasions only, and after time has been given for cool and deliberate reflection, that the real voice of the people can be known."

Total number killed or injured in mass shootings since 1982 - 964. Total number killed by radical Islam on U.S. soil since 2001 - at least 2,753
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Jericho9

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Guess what...you win. I am offended by your fucking stupidity and lack of knowledge about history. Acquiesce and it leads to slaughter. Every time. Do your research.
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01/15/2013 11:20 PM
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Guess what...you win. I am offended by your fucking stupidity and lack of knowledge about history. Acquiesce and it leads to slaughter. Every time. Do your research.
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Did you not understand what was being said? It's called Irony.
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Got a high GMO and fluoride based diet op?
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01/15/2013 11:22 PM
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I get the feeling people are missing the point here....

I would rail against this restriction as much as I would a restriction of ANY of the bill of rights.
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01/15/2013 11:23 PM
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Re: I support restrictions of our rights...
I am in favor of restricting our rights if they are a threat to our safety as a culture. I cannot deny that the deaths of thousands over the past two decades is inexcusable when reasonable measures can be put in place to help prevent this from happening. Common sense restrictions can benefit our nation if it saves just one child. We have to do something rather than nothing.

Therefore, I call for the religion of Islam to be restricted in this nation for operation only in government sanctioned houses of worship with proper licensing and after thorough background checks. The Koran will be edited to include only the parts about peace, and nothing that could relate to the violent history of war and conflict against non believers, or "jihad." There have been at least 2,753 casualties related to the extreme views of this religion in the past two decades. Now, I am not calling for a ban or restriction on ALL religions, or even a ban on Islam. No one wants to infringe on a persons first amendment right to exercise their religious views. But we all agree that the violence must end. Common sense restrictions must be put in place so the extremists of Islam cannot plot their next actions against innocent people in this country. We have a moral obligation to protect our children from the danger of radical Islam in the hands of the mentally unstable.

If this offends you......GOOD. It should. I would rail against this restriction as much as I would a restriction of ANY of the bill of rights. Notice, all of the bill of rights mention 1 of 2 things: The people, and/or the states. They do not mention a standing army, a national guard, or any other such non sense you might read in persuasive articles that have flooded the media in the past several weeks except to say that soldiers will not be quartered in the houses of the people. The second amendment, as the first through 10th, specifically states our founders interpretation of natural rights of man and the people. It's time we realize the fallacy of the "safety state," and realize that our freedom comes at a price. After all, do we not send our soldiers to foreign lands at risk of life and limb with the belief that we do so in the name of defending our liberty here at home? If we aren't willing to withstand the cost of freedom here at home, when we are facing the lowest points of human morality, how can we continue to ask our loved ones to do so in lands far away?

I leave with this quote, From President George Washington on May 1st, 1796 at the end of his presidency, as to why we should ALL be weary when a sudden and fast paced barrage of executive action (either unilateral or through congress) comes into the national spotlight in the pre-text of "it cannot wait."

"It has always been, and will continue to be, my earnest desire to learn and to comply, as far as is consistent, with the public sentiment; but it is on great occasions only, and after time has been given for cool and deliberate reflection, that the real voice of the people can be known."

Total number killed or injured in mass shootings since 1982 - 964. Total number killed by radical Islam on U.S. soil since 2001 - at least 2,753
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:gwaash:
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01/15/2013 11:25 PM
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This was meant as an IRONIC post, sarcasm.... Read it again if that doesn't seem to be taking hold or you're just reading the first part and getting mad.
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01/15/2013 11:32 PM
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Re: I support restrictions of our rights...
I am in favor of restricting our rights if they are a threat to our safety as a culture. I cannot deny that the deaths of thousands over the past two decades is inexcusable when reasonable measures can be put in place to help prevent this from happening. Common sense restrictions can benefit our nation if it saves just one child. We have to do something rather than nothing.

Therefore, I call for the religion of Islam to be restricted in this nation for operation only in government sanctioned houses of worship with proper licensing and after thorough background checks. The Koran will be edited to include only the parts about peace, and nothing that could relate to the violent history of war and conflict against non believers, or "jihad." There have been at least 2,753 casualties related to the extreme views of this religion in the past two decades. Now, I am not calling for a ban or restriction on ALL religions, or even a ban on Islam. No one wants to infringe on a persons first amendment right to exercise their religious views. But we all agree that the violence must end. Common sense restrictions must be put in place so the extremists of Islam cannot plot their next actions against innocent people in this country. We have a moral obligation to protect our children from the danger of radical Islam in the hands of the mentally unstable.

If this offends you......GOOD. It should. I would rail against this restriction as much as I would a restriction of ANY of the bill of rights. Notice, all of the bill of rights mention 1 of 2 things: The people, and/or the states. They do not mention a standing army, a national guard, or any other such non sense you might read in persuasive articles that have flooded the media in the past several weeks except to say that soldiers will not be quartered in the houses of the people. The second amendment, as the first through 10th, specifically states our founders interpretation of natural rights of man and the people. It's time we realize the fallacy of the "safety state," and realize that our freedom comes at a price. After all, do we not send our soldiers to foreign lands at risk of life and limb with the belief that we do so in the name of defending our liberty here at home? If we aren't willing to withstand the cost of freedom here at home, when we are facing the lowest points of human morality, how can we continue to ask our loved ones to do so in lands far away?

I leave with this quote, From President George Washington on May 1st, 1796 at the end of his presidency, as to why we should ALL be weary when a sudden and fast paced barrage of executive action (either unilateral or through congress) comes into the national spotlight in the pre-text of "it cannot wait."

"It has always been, and will continue to be, my earnest desire to learn and to comply, as far as is consistent, with the public sentiment; but it is on great occasions only, and after time has been given for cool and deliberate reflection, that the real voice of the people can be known."

Total number killed or injured in mass shootings since 1982 - 964. Total number killed by radical Islam on U.S. soil since 2001 - at least 2,753
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16969313


Meanwhile box cutters are readily available and the Muslim Brotherhood and Mexican drug lords are being armed by Washington. No wonder we bitterly cling to our Bibles and guns.
Behind every myth lies a mystery, and every legend holds an echo of the truth …… anonimalle

" At the siege of Vienna in 1683 Islam seemed poised to overrun Christian Europe. We are in a new phase of a very old war."

Gates of Vienna.

"May we smite our enemies to the darkest chamber of hell, for we wish only to live in peace, and they desire only to put their boot upon our neck."
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01/15/2013 11:34 PM
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Re: I support restrictions of our rights...
Great work OP!
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If you are so afraid of freedom then you should go ahead and kill yourself, because you will never be safe unless we are all locked.

stfu
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01/15/2013 11:44 PM
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Great work OP!
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Finally, someone got it!
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01/16/2013 08:21 AM
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Giving up your rights is admitting that you're too stupid to run your own life.

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01/16/2013 08:26 AM
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Giving up your rights is admitting that you're too stupid to run your own life.

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Agreed, although I suspect that as with others, you obviously didn't READ was was written. Finding a common theme here.
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01/16/2013 08:46 AM
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TROLL

Most people on GLP have nothing better to do otherwise they wouldn't be on here. Including myself burning time at work.
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01/16/2013 10:24 AM
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TROLL

Most people on GLP have nothing better to do otherwise they wouldn't be on here. Including myself burning time at work.
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How is making someone think for themselves for a minute being a troll? It's a classic example of using one point to prove another. All you have to do is OPEN YOUR MIND and not be a sheep mindlessly going through the motions when you read a quick headline.
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