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Dec 21st 2012 7:59AM Isolated acts of madness cannot be used as an excuse to undermine the Constitution. That's as insane as the shooters. Can't people see that there's a possibility that these events were staged to elicit just such a response from the public to scare then into relinquishing more Constitutional rights? We cannot allow the Constitution to be diminished because of fear tactics. The greatest threat to this country is not isolated events of violent murder but the multinational corporations. The emerging security/surveillance industry is particularly disturbing since it is based solely on the violation of our rights to privacy. It would also seek to disarm Americans so it is that much easier to enforce corporate policy. There is a war going on and it is a fight for our freedom. Don't get suckered into giving up rights for false security. The corporations seek to run every aspect of our life and make us debt slaves they control. No guns means no resistance to this happening.
The Patriot's Act and subsequent legislation have already encroached our rights enough. The last thing we need is to have the 2nd amendment gutted in the name of security. How can taking someone's gun protect them? Absurd. We have to draw the line in the sand and stop the attacks on the Constitution.
Mar 10th 2012 6:12PM The line must be drawn somewhere as to what can and cannot be controlled by others. There is the issue of personal freedom. What gives anyone the right to tell this woman she can't paint her nails if she wants to. Note that after 10 hours they still felt compelled to charge her with something to illustrate their illusionary authority to control every aspect of this woman's right to do as she likes. This type of Fascist oppression must stop.