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can you imagine the panic if

a Teaparty were to take place with 20,000 legally armed citizens.
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Panic? Not by anyone with a brain that got all the information. But with the way some media outlets spin things the sheep that do nothing but watch the news, they'll be scared shitless.
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That's not too far fetched. It is legal to carry a long gun openly.



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I think there will be a lot more than 20k involved.

Once it happens and a group moves, a lot more will follow suit. 20,000 people, per major city would sure shake the tree of liberty.

Then again, the arrogance of the pricks in Washington is 2nd to none and it make take 10+ fruits falling from that tree to really wake them up.

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Agreed, it could be at a "firing range" so it'd be legal for everyone thats not a felon to be armed. Anyone called Ted Nugent lately?

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Just take cheap guns though! I can see it now, one dumbass provokes a cop and they start taking down all the protestors, the media will spin it like "shots fired" or some domb shit and everyone gets thier shit confiscated.

I wish someone would put something like this together, I really do but there are so many things that could go wrong.
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Agreed, it could be at a "firing range" so it'd be legal for everyone thats not a felon to be armed. Anyone called Ted Nugent lately?
Yep, need a BIG range thou.

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I dont believe that it would make very much of an impact. essentially its a bunch of law abiding, tax paying, least threatening citizens who gather together to say that they will be voting republican in the next election. there is no threat of them doing anything to up set the social order, even though they are mad about government spending and higher taxes, they are still paying them.

I like the tea party movement, and have been a ron paul supporter for several years now, and while many people have rallied to the cause this past year (mostly because of their dislike for obama) I am not convinced that they would support a tea party candidate in an election year. is anyone actually backing Debra Medina for governor?

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and while many people have rallied to the cause this past year (mostly because of their dislike for obama) I am not convinced?
Typical leftist spin from someone that claims to not be liberal or leftist. These people are not rallying because of a dislike for obama, they are upset at what the politicians in control of our country are doing, presidential, congressional, and senatorial. Someone's dislike of obama doesn't have jack-shit to do with it, and you need top stop with the liberal parrot act unless you are purposely wanting to sound liberal.

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Typical leftist spin from someone that claims to not be liberal or leftist. These people are not rallying because of a dislike for obama, they are upset at what the politicians in control of our country are doing, presidential, congressional, and senatorial. Someone's dislike of obama doesn't have jack-shit to do with it, and you need top stop with the liberal parrot act unless you are purposely wanting to sound liberal.

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I am not spinning this, this tea party movement has been going on for years now. even during the election last year, most republicans were bashing the ideas of ron paul and the tea party. where were all these people a year ago? where are they going to be in 2010 and 2012? will the republican party really support a candidate who supports spending cuts across the board including medicare and the military?

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I am not spinning this, this tea party movement has been going on for years now. even during the election last year, most republicans were bashing the ideas of ron paul and the tea party. where were all these people a year ago? where are they going to be in 2010 and 2012? will the republican party really support a candidate who supports spending cuts across the board including medicare and the military?
Bullshit, don't play this off, you claimed this was due to people not liking obama, and that is bullshit.

It is much the same as a person that calls everyone racist that doesn't agree with obama's tactics. Get over it already. Stop trolling for arguments, you are just making yourself look more stupid.

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Bullshit, don't play this off, you claimed this was due to people not liking obama, and that is bullshit.

It is much the same as a person that calls everyone racist that doesn't agree with obama's tactics. Get over it already. Stop trolling for arguments, you are just making yourself look more stupid.

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look what happened after the election, the campaign was done, the only proactive group left active on the right was the tea party. they have had a good run of meetings and events this year, and because there is just no other active group on the right at the moment, a lot of people who disliked obama came out in support of the tea party.

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look what happened after the election, the campaign was done, the only proactive group left active on the right was the tea party. they have had a good run of meetings and events this year, and because there is just no other active group on the right at the moment, a lot of people who disliked obama came out in support of the tea party.
I would have to say that the town hall meetings were pretty damn "active", and I saw no Tea Party folks at the two I went to. Nothing but regular folks who are scared shitless about this health-care issue that we are having crammed into every orifice of our bodies...

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I dont believe that it would make very much of an impact. essentially its a bunch of law abiding, tax paying, least threatening citizens who gather together to say that they will be voting republican in the next election. there is no threat of them doing anything to up set the social order, even though they are mad about government spending and higher taxes, they are still paying them.

I like the tea party movement, and have been a ron paul supporter for several years now, and while many people have rallied to the cause this past year (mostly because of their dislike for obama) I am not convinced that they would support a tea party candidate in an election year. is anyone actually backing Debra Medina for governor?
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I would have to say that the town hall meetings were pretty damn "active", and I saw no Tea Party folks at the two I went to. Nothing but regular folks who are scared shitless about this health-care issue that we are having crammed into every orifice of our bodies...
those town hall meetings were not a "tea party" meetings.

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when people wake up they will no longer vote dem./rep.

i would vote for a 3rd party(hopefully a constitionalist party)

before playing the game of dem/rep anymore.

look,we just did 8 years of rep and bush had us all fucked up.so everybody was tired of that shit and voted dem.well no shock to me,look what we are getting out of this.the president doesn't make the agenda.we are being played by another set of players.

rep/dem does nothing but buy time for whatever agenda the "hidden" guys want.
most likely the rockefeller bunch mixed up with big banks.

vote 3rd in '10.left/right haasn't worked in years.lets try something completely different.

YOU NEVER KNOW...

at the same time let us all know when and where on the armed tea party/PARTIES!

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a Teaparty were to take place with 20,000 legally armed citizens.
i think it would be bad ass, but how many irresponsible gun owners would show up and fuck it all up by acting like jackasses?

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if you had 20k with arms protesting you would be dealing with the us military,not just the local PD.

im up for it.

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look what happened after the election, the campaign was done, the only proactive group left active on the right was the tea party. they have had a good run of meetings and events this year, and because there is just no other active group on the right at the moment, a lot of people who disliked obama came out in support of the tea party.
What does this crap in the quoted post above have to do with your claim that the people, not happy with the way our government is being run, are only unhappy because of a 'dislike' for obama?

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many people have rallied to the cause this past year (mostly because of their dislike for obama)
No one is rallying due to one man, they are upset about Washington, period. Get off the "dislike obama" bullshit. People started getting pissed off two years before he even was sworn in, at congress and the senate and the way things were heading.

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its bigger than obama or bush,way bigger.

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What does this crap in the quoted post above have to do with your claim that the people, not happy with the way our government is being run, are only unhappy because of a 'dislike' for obama?



No one is rallying due to one man, they are upset about Washington, period. Get off the "dislike obama" bullshit. People started getting pissed off two years before he even was sworn in, at congress and the senate and the way things were heading.

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you know the democrats won because of of a lot of dislike for bush. so yes one man make that sort of impact. I have been out to the tea party events, even volunteered to make a few calls. I talked to people, and believe me has had its best year yet, and if these people are really on board with our position then rick perry and Kay Bailey Hutchinson dont stand a chance in the primary. but its my feeling that most of these new faces in the tea party movement are going to gravitate towards witch ever candidate can bash on obama the best in the spring.

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Just take cheap guns though! I can see it now, one dumbass provokes a cop and they start taking down all the protestors, the media will spin it like "shots fired" or some domb shit and everyone gets thier shit confiscated.

I wish someone would put something like this together, I really do but there are so many things that could go wrong.
Yeah you're right, it is hard (impossible?) to find 20k people without some dumbasses.
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If 20K citizens take to any organized event with guns, our current regime will treat them the way Chinese treat citizens protesting in Tienamen square.

We're one more election gone wrong away from full on cummunism and having people silenced ala Stalin for speaking out at all.

Our current government sucks in every conceivable fashion, and stating so in the current regime's eyes makes you a "racist." Which in turn makes you a subversive threat....

Yah 20K people take to the street in support of their rights and the 2nd amendment, and we'll have pools of blood running in the streets.
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Does anyone else have trouble understanding why I have to have a CHL to exercise my rights (or some of them)? When was the word "privilege" mixed up with the word "right"? My sister is a harder core Libertarian than me and she goes one farther. She carries with no TX State CHL, just a copy of the B.O.R. I asked Michael Badnarik about this while he was signing a book and told him that I felt that it would be an expensive battle to fight in court.

He said "So was the war for independence in 1776". I felt like I had been bitchslapped but he got the point across.

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Yah 20K people take to the street in support of their rights and the 2nd amendment, and we'll have pools of blood running in the streets.
I'll help to replinish that old tree. To bad we can't just trade 1 for 1. If all death willing patriots stood up at the same time to go eye for an eye with the tyrants then the tyrants would find that they lack the blood to match us.

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I don't have any problem understanding why you need a CHL. It's called cha-ching, and it's all that our government cares about. They want your money.

Our government stopped carrying about the Bill of Rights and got into the money business solely with the passing of the 16th amendment.

This medical care stuff isn't about ensuring anyone gets good care; it's about cha-ching.

Don't worry pretty soon they'll be using CHL lists so they can know who's property to confiscate. Cha-ching!
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Does anyone else have trouble understanding why I have to have a CHL to exercise my rights (or some of them)? When was the word "privilege" mixed up with the word "right"? My sister is a harder core Libertarian than me and she goes one farther. She carries with no TX State CHL, just a copy of the B.O.R. I asked Michael Badnarik about this while he was signing a book and told him that I felt that it would be an expensive battle to fight in court.

He said "So was the war for independence in 1776". I felt like I had been bitchslapped but he got the point across.



I'll help to replinish that old tree. To bad we can't just trade 1 for 1. If all death willing patriots stood up at the same time to go eye for an eye with the tyrants then the tyrants would find that they lack the blood to match us.

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I agree with you 100% why is that if I have a right to keep and bare arms then why do I have to pay a fee in order to exercise that right? in addition I have to have a clean record with no misdemeanors for 5 years, what do minor traffic violations have to do with a persons right to protect themselves?

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