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  •  And reasonable people has nothing to fear from (0+ / 0-)

    warrantless wiretaps.

    At least that is what the right-wing told me.

    Did you believe them?

    Those who would sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.

    by FrankRose on Tue Jan 01, 2013 at 06:41:24 AM PST

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    •  why are the two comparable? (1+ / 0-)
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      not remotely the case.

      You do your RKBA case NO favours by being exaggerately alarmist.

      •  I find infringing on Constitutional liberties (0+ / 0-)

        as comparable to....infringing on Constitutional liberties.
        Imagine that.

        "RKBA no favors..."
        Thanks for the concern trolling, but I don't need your advise, I have a vote.
        And that vote won't go to anyone that supports infringing on the Constitutional liberties of innocent Americans.

        Those who would sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.

        by FrankRose on Tue Jan 01, 2013 at 11:40:43 AM PST

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        •  we are talking about amending the constitution (1+ / 0-)
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          so that would mean that liberties in the constitution are thoroughly respected...... you do understand this, do you?  Take time to think, before you answer, this time.

          Why any one would feel threatened by the proposed rules I outlined above, I cannot understand.

          And don't give me that 'freedom' crap.  After Dunblane, when we had the wit to change the law and make handgun ownership very very rare in the UK, some US citizens were falling over themselves to say on our TV that we had lost our freedom.  Freedom to do what, other than to own handguns, we asked?  No answer came.  

          •  The method you suggest to infringe on (0+ / 0-)

            Constitutional liberties, does not change the fact that you want to infringe on Constitutional liberties.
            I am flabbergasted you found that to be an intelligent retort.

            "why anyone would feel threatened"
            This is the same argument the right-wing gave when they pushed for warrantless wiretaps. Didn't convince me then, doesn't convince me now.

            "don't give me that 'freedom' crap"
            Of course not, as you have already made clear, you prefer taking freedoms.

            Those who would sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.

            by FrankRose on Tue Jan 01, 2013 at 01:39:51 PM PST

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            •  still no answer to offer; ok. (nt) (1+ / 0-)
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              •  I did give an answer. Namely..... (0+ / 0-)

                Anyone whom infringes on American's constitutional liberties, will NOT get my vote.

                My offer stands.
                We will find out how many Democratic seats will not. I hope you will find trading American liberties for them worthwhile.

                Those who would sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.

                by FrankRose on Tue Jan 01, 2013 at 07:13:45 PM PST

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                •  still not answering my question (0+ / 0-)

                  STILL, and either you know that, or you are a numbskull.

                  I am assuming the former, and have drawn the obvious conclusions.

                  •  And what question is that? (0+ / 0-)

                    I assume that you are referring to the question where you essentially asked "other than the right we are going to take away, what rights will you lose?"
                    Frankly, I found that question so asinine that I thought it was simply a rhetorical question.

                    When the right-wing pushed for warrantless wiretaps, what liberty was lost other than having your phone wiretapped without a warrant?

                    While we are on the subject of foolish points, allow me to mention that you, as a Brit, complained about Americans talking about your society....and you are using that as an example why you, as a Brit, should opine about ours.
                    Irony overload. Mind. Blown.

                    Those who would sacrifice liberty for security deserve neither.

                    by FrankRose on Tue Jan 01, 2013 at 11:24:08 PM PST

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