A sheepdog in action

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiller2 View Post
    Well maybe one day when one of your family members is getting stabbed shot or raped someone can return the favor and be a good witness instead of doing something productive like ...I don't know saving their life maybe.
    Well said!

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    As citizens of this country DO NOT have the right to pick and choose what individual rights we will support. If we say we support the people's right to keep and bear arms because it is constitutional we then, by inference, have to support all other rights that are guaranteed in this country. If we see someone being attacked, assaulted etc. we need to respond in whatever way is legal. Obviously we can get into the discussions about who started what, etc. but my point is if you say everyone has a 2A right and that right should be defended, all other rights carry the same weight.
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    The dirtbag doing the stabbing also has four pages of priors. Another case of our revolving door justice system.

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    I work Diplomatic Security in Iraq and we have a latin saying:

    O praeclarum custodem ovium lupum!

    which means:

    An excellent protector of sheep, the wolf!

    so I would have to say that I am a wolf.
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