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November 28, 2011, 05:01:55 PM
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http://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security/senators-demand-military-lock-american-citizens-battlefield-they-define-being

We're only a relative step away from total martial law. Once they start occupying our own streets with troops, that is it, I'm off to the Canadian wilderness or the West Indies; whatever tickles my fancy at the time.

Tyranny usually comes with little and gradual notice. I am not going to hang along to see this abuse of power reach its conclusion.
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November 28, 2011, 05:04:34 PM
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Hitler was voted in with a 97% vote. The Jews proudly wore their stars
Are you serious? On both claims.

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November 28, 2011, 05:08:54 PM
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Hitler was voted in with a 97% vote. The Jews proudly wore their stars
Are you serious? On both claims.
Not any longer. It seems I have been deceived.
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November 28, 2011, 05:18:46 PM
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http://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security/senators-demand-military-lock-american-citizens-battlefield-they-define-being

We're only a relative step away from total martial law. Once they start occupying our own streets with troops, that is it, I'm off to the Canadian wilderness or the West Indies; whatever tickles my fancy at the time.

It was said the Jews proudly wore their stars and gradually the detention camps started popping up. I am not going to hang along to see this abuse of power reach its conclusion.

I live in China and I don't fear anything - there are goat herders in Africa happier than you - why are the people who live in the richest country in the world the most miserable? Eat another hamburger and buy more products and process your bureaucracy and drink Budweiser and  vote in a free election - I'm sure it will cheer you up.
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November 28, 2011, 05:21:43 PM
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http://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security/senators-demand-military-lock-american-citizens-battlefield-they-define-being

We're only a relative step away from total martial law. Once they start occupying our own streets with troops, that is it, I'm off to the Canadian wilderness or the West Indies; whatever tickles my fancy at the time.

It was said the Jews proudly wore their stars and gradually the detention camps started popping up. I am not going to hang along to see this abuse of power reach its conclusion.

I live in China and I don't fear anything.

Your government tends to stay out of your lives. It may enact bad policies but the enforcement is lacking. At least you guys have economic freedom to some degree. We don't have any manufacturing left.

Also, we won't be rich for much longer. You guys will be the new Americans in a decade or two.
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November 28, 2011, 05:22:47 PM
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Switzerland or bust.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Switzerland#Military

The Swiss Armed Forces, including the Land Forces and the Air Force, are composed of conscripts: professional soldiers constitute only about 5 percent of the military personnel, and all the rest are conscript male citizens aged from 20 to 34 (in special cases up to 50) years. Being a landlocked country, Switzerland has no navy; however on lakes bordering neighbouring countries armed military patrol boats are used. Swiss citizens are prohibited from serving in foreign armies, with the exception of the Swiss Guards of the Vatican.

The structure of the Swiss militia system stipulates that the soldiers keep their Army issued equipment, including all personal weapons, at home.
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November 28, 2011, 05:25:33 PM
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http://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security/senators-demand-military-lock-american-citizens-battlefield-they-define-being

We're only a relative step away from total martial law. Once they start occupying our own streets with troops, that is it, I'm off to the Canadian wilderness or the West Indies; whatever tickles my fancy at the time.

It was said the Jews proudly wore their stars and gradually the detention camps started popping up. I am not going to hang along to see this abuse of power reach its conclusion.

I live in China and I don't fear anything.

Your government tends to stay out of your lives. It may enact bad policies but the enforcement is lacking. At least you guys have economic freedom to some degree. We don't have any manufacturing left.

Also, we won't be rich for much longer. You guys will be the new Americans in a decade or two.
I'm British - I just live in China - but you are right
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November 28, 2011, 05:30:30 PM
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I live in China and I don't fear anything - there are goat herders in Africa happier than you - why are the people who live in the richest country in the world the most miserable? Eat another hamburger and buy more products and process your bureaucracy and drink Budweiser and get to vote in a free election - I'm sure it will cheer you up.

Perhaps one needs more than money to be happy? Those hamburgers are destroying the environment, Budweiser is more legal than cannabis despite being far worse, and our elections are completely broken.
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November 28, 2011, 05:42:24 PM
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I live in China and I don't fear anything - there are goat herders in Africa happier than you - why are the people who live in the richest country in the world the most miserable? Eat another hamburger and buy more products and process your bureaucracy and drink Budweiser and get to vote in a free election - I'm sure it will cheer you up.

Perhaps one needs more than money to be happy? Those hamburgers are destroying the environment, Budweiser is more legal than cannabis despite being far worse, and our elections are completely broken.

People in China just need family to be happy - ironically the system forces people to ignore the state and seek satisfaction in their relationships - no one trust the state so the tie themselves firmly to their families for support. Family is everything in China.
I accept Budweiser is shit - I drink Qingdao in China (Guinness is too expensive)
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November 28, 2011, 05:43:10 PM
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Sure tyranny happens, but you are more free than most people throughout time and geography.  For example; When and where else in history could I decide I want to live as a girl, then insist that everyone else play a pretending game with me? How few societies have ever arisen that allow me to say "there is no God" or "my leaders are idiots"?
There is always room for more freedom, but let's not forget how good we have it.  

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November 28, 2011, 06:31:43 PM
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http://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security/senators-demand-military-lock-american-citizens-battlefield-they-define-being

We're only a relative step away from total martial law. Once they start occupying our own streets with troops, that is it, I'm off to the Canadian wilderness or the West Indies; whatever tickles my fancy at the time.

Tyranny usually comes with little and gradual notice. I am not going to hang along to see this abuse of power reach its conclusion.
Shouldn't you stick around and fight the abuse of power instead of running away?

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November 28, 2011, 07:06:25 PM
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http://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security/senators-demand-military-lock-american-citizens-battlefield-they-define-being

We're only a relative step away from total martial law. Once they start occupying our own streets with troops, that is it, I'm off to the Canadian wilderness or the West Indies; whatever tickles my fancy at the time.

Tyranny usually comes with little and gradual notice. I am not going to hang along to see this abuse of power reach its conclusion.
Shouldn't you stick around and fight the abuse of power instead of running away?

Sorry, I don't plan on dying in a revolution any time soon. It's going to take an armed populace and an overthrown government to get any change. I am not a violent man. I don't have the balls to take up a rifle and die for my country's people. I admire those who do.
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November 28, 2011, 07:06:54 PM
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We're only a relative step away from total martial law. Once they start occupying our own streets with troops, that is it...

Where will they get the money to use the military in this fashion?  Troops on every street corner is expensive.  How much of the military would really go along with this? I don't just mean them reacting to new orders under the auspices of emergency, but day in day out 'occupying the streets.'  How long would it take before they would become targets?

You can't occupy America in this fashion.  Too many guns.  I say again, too many guns.  A breakdown of law and order is more likely than an explosion of enforcement 'police state' like things.   I have more guns in my house than people, and plenty of ammo.  I think this is true of many, if not most american homes.  And even in places like NYC where they require permits for even an air rifle and issue them to practically no one.  There are still many many guns, all readily available.

America is too well armed to turn into what you think.

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November 28, 2011, 07:09:15 PM
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http://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security/senators-demand-military-lock-american-citizens-battlefield-they-define-being

We're only a relative step away from total martial law. Once they start occupying our own streets with troops, that is it, I'm off to the Canadian wilderness or the West Indies; whatever tickles my fancy at the time.

It was said the Jews proudly wore their stars and gradually the detention camps started popping up. I am not going to hang along to see this abuse of power reach its conclusion.

I live in China and I don't fear anything.

Your government tends to stay out of your lives. It may enact bad policies but the enforcement is lacking. At least you guys have economic freedom to some degree. We don't have any manufacturing left.

Also, we won't be rich for much longer. You guys will be the new Americans in a decade or two.
I'm British - I just live in China - but you are right

Hope you don't plan on having more than 1 child, or reading wikileaks, or use facebook....

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November 28, 2011, 07:10:34 PM
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We're only a relative step away from total martial law. Once they start occupying our own streets with troops, that is it...

Where will they get the money to use the military in this fashion?  Troops on every street corner is expensive.  How much of the military would really go along with this? I don't just mean them reacting to new orders under the auspices of emergency, but day in day out 'occupying the streets.'  How long would it take before they would become targets?

You can't occupy America in this fashion.  Too many guns.  I say again, too many guns.  A breakdown of law and order is more likely than an explosion of enforcement 'police state' like things.   I have more guns in my house than people, and plenty of ammo.  I think this is true of many, if not most american homes.  And even in places like NYC where they require permits for even an air rifle and issue them to practically no one.  There are still many many guns, all readily available.

America is too well armed to turn into what you think.

The police state is already occurring, Socialist Republic of California Tongue

Guns and ammo.

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November 28, 2011, 07:15:34 PM
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http://www.aclu.org/blog/national-security/senators-demand-military-lock-american-citizens-battlefield-they-define-being

We're only a relative step away from total martial law. Once they start occupying our own streets with troops, that is it, I'm off to the Canadian wilderness or the West Indies; whatever tickles my fancy at the time.

It was said the Jews proudly wore their stars and gradually the detention camps started popping up. I am not going to hang along to see this abuse of power reach its conclusion.

I live in China and I don't fear anything.

Your government tends to stay out of your lives. It may enact bad policies but the enforcement is lacking. At least you guys have economic freedom to some degree. We don't have any manufacturing left.

Also, we won't be rich for much longer. You guys will be the new Americans in a decade or two.
I'm British - I just live in China - but you are right

Hope you don't plan on having more than 1 child, or reading wikileaks, or use facebook....



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November 28, 2011, 07:17:05 PM
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The police state is already occurring, Socialist Republic of California Tongue

Guns and ammo.



i got one behind my bedroom door, got one in my car, even thought of putting one in the fridge.  I mean when was the last time a burglar checked behind your milk.  I might be able to just casually open the fridge one day if i were held hostage by some meth heads in my house.  And then wham!  38 special snub nose!  Only worry is rust.

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November 28, 2011, 07:18:20 PM
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The police state is already occurring, Socialist Republic of California Tongue

Guns and ammo.



i got one behind my bedroom door, got one in my car, even thought of putting one in the fridge.  I mean when was the last time a burglar checked behind your milk.  I might be able to just casually open the fridge one day if i were held hostage by some meth heads in my house.  And then wham!  38 special snub nose!  Only worry is rust.
Haha, yeah a refrigerator wouldn't work too well.  It'd rust up quickly with the condensation in there.

Isn't it illegal to carry firearms in your car out of sight?
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The police state is already occurring, Socialist Republic of California Tongue

Guns and ammo.



i got one behind my bedroom door, got one in my car, even thought of putting one in the fridge.  I mean when was the last time a burglar checked behind your milk.  I might be able to just casually open the fridge one day if i were held hostage by some meth heads in my house.  And then wham!  38 special snub nose!  Only worry is rust.
Haha, yeah a refrigerator wouldn't work too well.  It'd rust up quickly with the condensation in there.

Isn't it illegal to carry firearms in your car out of sight?

depends on the state.  where i am (NY) u need a concealed carry license to have a loaded gun of any kind in your car.  if not, you must unload it.  but with a glove box and a detachable mag...well you get the point.

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November 28, 2011, 07:31:48 PM
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The police state is already occurring, Socialist Republic of California Tongue

Guns and ammo.



i got one behind my bedroom door, got one in my car, even thought of putting one in the fridge.  I mean when was the last time a burglar checked behind your milk.  I might be able to just casually open the fridge one day if i were held hostage by some meth heads in my house.  And then wham!  38 special snub nose!  Only worry is rust.
Haha, yeah a refrigerator wouldn't work too well.  It'd rust up quickly with the condensation in there.

Isn't it illegal to carry firearms in your car out of sight?

depends on the state.  where i am (NY) u need a concealed carry license to have a loaded gun of any kind in your car.  if not, you must unload it.  but with a glove box and a detachable mag...well you get the point.
Sounds similar to where I live (Oregon).
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