If you saw a military veteran verbally resisting the TSA at an airport would you have a positive or negative view of them as a person? (Still "fighting for your freedom"?)
I would have a more positive opinion of them than I otherwise would.
Bravo, Mr. Veteran!
I would assume the tsa did something stupid
I always have a positive view of vets. Hell I might be right there next to him resisting the TSA.
Neither. I would just think that they think they're better than everyone else. Thanks for joining, but veterans aren't exactly the MOST stable people.
Careful with those generalizations.
And perhaps some of us take that oath seriously
....wait a minute, is that you Dianne Feinstein?
I understand, but that's like saying let's take all the police out of cities with high poverty because there's nothing worth protecting. What's gonna happen to crime? Veterans are still people that must subject themselves to these thighs
What if he was saying no one should have to go through the molestation and fourth amendment violations?
Don't hate on Dianne Feinstein
Feinstein's a dumbass.
No she isn't
Feinstein is a nut and a domestic enemy of the constitution
I consider her, and most of congress, to be a threat against my liberty
You think everyone is threatening your liberty
Maybe that's a hint.
You can't think she actually values the bill of rights. She despises the second amendment and would vote for any infringement on it she could.
A lot of people agreed with what the nazi party did, doesn't make it right.
Are Republicrats that bad? Well they aren't herding people to their deaths, but they are up to some pretty morally abhorrent things. But they sound good on TV so nevermind.
I appreciate her efforts to reduce gun violence.
Even if her efforts are blatantly unconstitutional and illogical?
Why do you feel they are illogical?
Because they place restrictions on people who don't follow the and only further infringes on a right that "shall not be infringed." Columbine was carried out with ban compliant rifles. Govt is a bumbling mess that cannot fix this.
If gun manufacturing ceased to exist it would resolve the issue.
I think you should study the revolutionary war a bit more. And yes, I believe the second amendment is just as important for that reason today. Also, Warren v DC 1981, the police have no duty to protect you or me, so I protect myself.
By the way, cocaine manufacturing is illegal too. Whew, thank god there's no cocaine in America.
We have a military now, in case you didn't know. They need guns, citizens don't. Police officers need guns, citizens don't. Of course we need a lot of background checks on officers and their guns.
That's who the second amendment is supposed to guard us against. Do you think the US govt is supposed to have a "standing army"? No, that's why it needs to be re authorized every two years. I have a right to a gun whether you like it or not.
And I did know about the existence of a military since I'm in it.
How about you and I go walking around Compton or some other neighborhood and you be armed with a cell phone and I'll have my pistol, see who has a better chance of going home. I'll even give ya a whistle.
I'm guessing skinner?
Might be pipes.