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Respecting Limits Of the Constitution

January 16, 2013

No one aware of President Barack Obama’s rhetoric and his background should doubt that if he thought he could get away with it, he would use executive orders to limit or ban private ownership of......

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oldsteelmaker

Jan-21-13 11:32 PM

Well, boxer, based on the interviews published I can shoot down at least part of your claim. Timothy McVay was a hard-core leftie, and hated the government and conservatives. Said so.

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oldsteelmaker

Jan-21-13 11:30 PM

Van, like a lot of Lefties you clearly don't read original source history. If you pick up a copy of Mein Kampf, you will find Hitler was a serious socialist that hated Capitalism. He was a Leftie through and through. It's historical revisionists like you that try to brand him and the Nazis conservatives. Hitler used the capitalists because he needed them to employ the millions of unemployed arbeitern that ended up supporting him instead of the Communists. Later he needed them to make his war goods, since he discovered most Nazis were rather stupid and made poor businessmen.

Arbeitern, that's Deutsch for workers.

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GETACLUE

Jan-19-13 12:32 PM

"Hitler was a big gun control freak"

WRONG!!! Daweeb needs to do some research. This is a MYTH of REVISIONIST HISTORY.

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daWraith

Jan-17-13 1:00 PM

Left wingers are a greater danger to society.

Look at Nazi Germany! Replace "J*ws" with "R*ch" as the demonization group and this is deja Vu 1934.

Hitler was a big gun control freak who posed with little children too.

Sig HEIL!

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TrollSlayer

Jan-17-13 11:30 AM

oldman, left-wing liberals are a danger to humanity. Look at Communist Russia, Communist China, Communist North Korea...

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oldmansvan

Jan-17-13 9:40 AM

Troll, right wing conservatives are a danger to society. Look at Nazi Germany.

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TrollSlayer

Jan-16-13 10:58 PM

Clueless is praising the work of Ronald Reagan and Antonin Scalia. Now that’s something you don't read here every day. LOL

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LogHog

Jan-16-13 10:03 PM

Hey hoopy...the USA is not a Democracy....it is a Republic...with many people elected to represent the ones who elected them...we did not elect a King...

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GETACLUE

Jan-16-13 10:03 PM

Ronald Reagan supported a BAN ON ASSAULT WEAPONS.

Antonin Scalia ruled that it is CONSTITUTIONAL.

So remind me how this is about Obama, freedom & the 2nd Admendment.

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TrollSlayer

Jan-16-13 8:49 PM

boxerboy “I would be willing to bet that ALL of the mass murderers of recent times are REPUBLICANS through-and-through. Rightwing Conservative Republicans are always walking on very thin ice. They need serious psychiatric help.”

Perhaps Obama needs to create a conglomerate of Government psychiatric hospitals to which Republican voters can be committed so appropriate treatments for their conservative mental disorder can ensure they’re no longer a danger to society. I’m sure that’s in Obamacare somewhere.

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boxerboy

Jan-16-13 8:36 PM

Once again the News-Register editorial writer (unnamed for his safety) shows that it is most important to keep the unhinged elements of society on the edge of exploding. This strategy of stoking fire may well turn against you Mr. Editor. I'd be careful of what I wished for if I were you.

Events leading up to a call for action by the everyday citizens all across America are not the result of a grand conspiracy, planned 10 years ago by our President. They are the result of too many firearms in too many hands, period. There are a lot of people in this country that are barely under self control. Most of these whack jobs suffer from anti-social schizophrenia. I would be willing to bet that ALL of the mass murderers of recent times are REPUBLICANS through-and-through. Rightwing Conservative Republicans are always walking on very thin ice. They need serious psychiatric help.

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TrollSlayer

Jan-16-13 8:19 PM

wvhoopie “The campaign built a strong network of American activists that agree with the President. We the people are the majority and we elected the President. The majority will move to action to make this happen. Democracy means the majority and we are the majority!”

The problem faced by wvhoopie’s progressive majority is that they don't produce anything except liberal votes. They’re takers, not makers. So when their progressive-socialist vote-buying Ponzi scams collapse, and there’s nothing left on those looted inner-city store shelves to take, ... will it be cannibalism, hoopie, or do you plan to eat left over absentee ballots and fraudulent voter registration forms?

That image makes me smile. Enjoy the riots, hoopie. Because you built that.

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daWraith

Jan-16-13 8:00 PM

Cluea&& "You still have your right to bare(sic) arms"

I always DID, but I chose to exercise that right mostly in the summer when I can get a tan!!

BBBWhAHAHAHAHAAHAH!

IDIOT!!!

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daWraith

Jan-16-13 7:58 PM

Clue*** you are on a roll proving your ignorance of Constitution and US History is EPIC!

The PATRIOT ACT was NOT AN EXEC ORDER it was PASSED BY CONGRESS, stupid S**T!!! "Under perceived pressure from widespread panic felt among Americans from both the September 11 attacks and the 2001 anthrax attacks, Congress rushed to pass legislation to strengthen security controls. On October 23, 2001, Republican Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner introduced H.R. 3162 incorporating provisions from a previously sponsored House bill and a Senate bill also introduced earlier in the month.] The next day on October 24, 2001, the Act passed the House 357 to 66, with Democrats comprising the overwhelming portion of dissent. The following day on October 25, 2001, the Act passed the Senate by 98 to 1,[8] with Russ Feingold the only opposition.Under perceived pressure from widespread panic felt among Americans from both the September 11 attacks and the 2001 anthrax attacks.

DUH!

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GETACLUE

Jan-16-13 7:13 PM

Having all guns registered and licensed like Automobiles does not INFRINGE on anyones RIGHTS. You still have your right to bare arms. Those arms would be registered and titled. Titles would transfer on anyand all GUN sales. No INFRINGMENT THERE.

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GETACLUE

Jan-16-13 7:10 PM

UMMM The PATRIOT ACT???? Constitution UNREASONABLE SEARCH AND SEIZURE...... BOY GEORGE BUSH

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GETACLUE

Jan-16-13 7:05 PM

As long as we are talking about the CONSTITUTION and RIGHTS. At the time the Constitution was written the ARMS that the framers were refering to was the SINGLE SHOT MUZZEL LOADER. So in effect the 2nd admendment gives you the right to own SINGLE SHOT MUZZEL LOADRES and nothingn more.

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daWraith

Jan-16-13 4:46 PM

Here are the last two executive orders issued by George W. Bush. Please tell us which one affected our Constitutional Rights?

Jan. 9 Executive Order: Providing An Order of Succession Within the Department of Transportation

Jan. 9 Executive Order: Amending the Order of Succession Within the Department of Agriculture

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rover1958

Jan-16-13 4:13 PM

@loghog: all he needs is the correct moment to declair marshall law...a persons personality is set during the 1st. 12 yrs. of their life...where was Barry during his 1st 12 yrs?What was he doing? it wasn't in the good old USA..now was it...

He was BORN in Hawaii (that's a State), he accompanied his Mother to the State of Washington for a year, returned to Hawaii until about age 7 and went with his Mother to Indonesia for 48 months. He returned to Hawaii where he went to high school. He moved to California in 1979 to attend college. So he spent just four years out of the U.S.

And by the way, it's not 'declair marshall law'. It's 'declare martial law'. Maybe you should have gone to high school in Hawaii like Obama.

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wvhoopie

Jan-16-13 3:10 PM

I think Obama will mobilize Americans to get common sense gun control measures. The campaign built a strong network of American activists that agree with the President. We the people are the majority and we elected the President. The majority will move to action to make this happen. Democracy means the majority and we are the majority!

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LogHog

Jan-16-13 2:14 PM

no impact...Barry makes Georgie look like an Angel...

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TrollSlayer

Jan-16-13 12:02 PM

impact, specifically to which Constitutional guarantees do you refer? No, the Constitution does not specifically guarantee dope smoking, gay marriage, abortion, bailouts, censorship of conservative talk radio hosts, health insurance, social security, extended unemployment benefits, food stamps, public education, public transportation, public television, or free cell phones. Any others?

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impact

Jan-16-13 11:03 AM

Oh, I see. Its okay to chip away at the rest of the constitutional guarantees, but not the 2nd Amendment?

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impact

Jan-16-13 11:00 AM

Once again, the irresponsible editor of this rag gets ignorant people all up in arms by implying something that has no factual basis. The President isn't going to issue an executive order banning guns. Congress wouldn't let him if he tried, anyway. All editorials in this"newspaper" should be taken "tongue in cheek" because the author is an ultra-partisan, disingenuous egghead. He probably loves the latest NRA ad.

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thetruthforonce

Jan-16-13 8:53 AM

Didn't hear the editors of the NR/Lack of Intel whine when Dubbya used Executive Orders and Signing Statements on a regular basis as his way of getting around Congress. This paper (and I use the term loosly) is as fair and balanced as Fox.

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