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  •  Um.... (1+ / 0-)
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    if they are carrying firearms in Washington DC, they are breaking the law and subject to arrest.
    If they are not, you are breaking standards of honesty and slinging lies and bullshit on Daily Kos.
    which is it?

    "Sorry about interrupting the pootification and kestralization of DK" - freelunch

    by kestrel9000 on Mon Apr 19, 2010 at 04:13:31 AM PDT

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    •  Read the story and shut up (0+ / 0-)

      shit starter.

      Catholic Church: Example of Religion thats TOO BIG TO FAIL

      by Detroit Mark on Mon Apr 19, 2010 at 04:59:57 AM PDT

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    •  Article states (2+ / 0-)
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      elwior, Imhotepsings

      Daniel Almond, a three-tour veteran of Iraq, is ready to "muster outside D.C." on Monday with several dozen other self-proclaimed patriots, all of them armed. They intend to make history as the first people to take their guns to a demonstration in a national park, and the Virginia rally is deliberately being held just a few miles from the Capitol and the White House.

      Almond plans to have his pistol loaded and openly carried, his rifle unloaded and slung to the rear, a bandoleer of magazines containing ammunition draped over his polo-shirted shoulder.

      "Outside the capitol" here means "outside D.C."

      "I was a big supporter of waterboarding" - Dick Cheney 2/14/10

      by Bob Love on Mon Apr 19, 2010 at 10:31:35 AM PDT

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    •  The important line (1+ / 0-)
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      the Virginia rally is deliberately being held just a few miles from the Capitol and the White House.

      Quite a rogue's row:  

      On the lineup are several heroes of the militia movement, including Mike Vanderboegh, who advocated throwing bricks through the windows of Democrats who voted for the health-care bill; Tom Fernandez, who has established a nationwide call tree to mobilize an armed resistance to any government order to seize firearms; and former Arizona sheriff Richard Mack, who refused to enforce the Brady law and then won a Supreme Court verdict that weakened its background-check provisions.

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