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Old 01-11-2013, 11:51 AM   #26
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She cannot answer that to be honest. If arms means weapons, as she implies, I have a right to an intercontinental ballistic missile if I so choose and can afford it...
Well, price would be a barrier, but that would be markets working. However, I did answer it. It just takes reading comprehension.

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...than would show those socialists.
You bet. Better than the socialists having all those things and "we the people" nothing to fight with.

I'd be willing to make a deal though. Have governments do away with such things for themselves first.


Now, what did Timothy McVeigh use again?
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