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MAD idea required

February 27, 2013

During the Cold War, the peace was assured by fear of the accepted concept of MAD — Mutually Assured Destruction by nuclear weapon....

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Feb-27-13 12:11 PM

Threaten fire-with-fire. We have some of the best minds in the world and capabilities to cripple the Chinese(or other contry) computer driven bus9inessor defemnse capabilities. We only need to prove it before some other lunatics hit us first (again)

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Feb-27-13 12:12 PM

sorry about the typos, I think someone took control of my computer

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Feb-27-13 2:35 PM

Computers being hacked, huge debt owed to China by our Government, Chinese buying up American Companies, and Buddhist Chinese in Amsterdam as a Non-Profit buying up property with the backing of the Chinese Government and Chinese Investors. How are there investors in a NON-PROFIT???? Then our gov wants to take all of our weapons. This is no time for America's citizens to sleep and not be vigilant.

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Feb-28-13 7:39 AM

TOT...Please cite a source that says the gov wants to take all of our weapons. You make stuff up. Still waiting for your response to my Affordable Health Care Act's bipartisanship question. No name calling, just facts, unlike your weapons statement here.

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Feb-28-13 7:52 AM

A couple of EMP's would render this argument moot. Then the question will be..'who can live without electricity'? The playing field would be leveled, more or less. Our new toys are not meant to kill millions, that's not needed anymore, they are designed to make millions suffer instead. Big difference.

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Feb-28-13 9:15 AM

Usedto, if you think that the legislation that is being enacted is to make people safer, you are delusional. There are quotes by Feinstein to the effect of a goal of total disarmament. The 2nd was not created for the benefit of hunters or sportsmen. Too many "sheeple" in this nation in our current era. Watched a TV program in which trivia was asked. One ? was "Which President is considered the Father of our country?" One woman wanted to answer Bill Clinton, they finally settled on Abe Lincoln. Lots of ignorance among our current citizenry.

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Feb-28-13 9:43 AM

So paint everyone with the same brush. Question: Since the 2nd Amendment was passed how many tyrannical governments have been risen up against as opposed to how many people have been killed over gun vioence? I'm support the 2nd Amendment but there's nothing wrong with modifying it. You twisted my question. I asked for a source for TOT's statement

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Feb-28-13 9:44 AM

Washington—"U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) today joined a broad coalition representing Congress, law enforcement, doctors, clergy and gun violence victims to announce the introduction of the Assault Weapons Ban of 2013. The bill bans dangerous military-style assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition feeding devices capable of holding more than 10 rounds."

I don't see where it says total global disarmament. You gun freaks are paranoid

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Feb-28-13 10:01 PM

usedto-you are getting taxedtomuch confused with tiredoftaxes (TOT) unless they are the same person, one of them needs to change their name.

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Mar-01-13 7:10 AM

Not this time. Re-read the thread

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Mar-01-13 7:11 AM

Wait, you're right. But TOT would agree so I stand on my post.

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Mar-01-13 9:53 AM

usedtolivethere, Do you know who said what? Do you ever read a post? Even read your own??? I could call you names but that is your game, not mine!

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Mar-01-13 10:28 AM

You claim to support the 2'd amendment but by your question, you do not understand it. So I'll answer your question usedto...none. That's what the second amendment is all about, to keep that from happening and so far, its been successful. The rest of your 'question' has nothing to do with the 2'd amendment which settled the gun debate in 1791 (Bill of Rights).

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