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  1. Of course you won't look. If you looked, you'd find Koch-$pon$ored Trump cheerleading on both that would support your narrative in the usual way.
  2. I've exercised my elbow a bit in that establishment. I've never seen anyone cut off. I've seen some pretty drunk people. So my guess is that you have to be muy blastido to get cut off.
  3. No, I'd say it's more like a sniveling Republican who didn't Well, OK, what do you call a radical Tea Party guy who voted to impeach Trump? A sniveling Republican? That doesn't seem to fit.
  4. Those people, assuming they exist, are just wrong. And, if not white, are likely to be stopped and frisked. Which is wrong. So is this, in my opinion: In New York, for example, the same cops who stop and frisk blacks are empowered to judge whether a black man has sufficient moral character to exercise the right of gun ownership. If ANY other words followed "exercise the right" in that sentence, you would have heard a lot about it from people other than me. Well, and the people who defend them in court. What do you think about the same cops who disproportionately search innocent black
  5. Oh goody, a racism detector. Tell me, professor, is there anything at all racist about this? In New York, for example, the same cops who stop and frisk blacks are empowered to judge whether a black man has sufficient moral character to exercise the right of gun ownership. If ANY other words followed "exercise the right" in that sentence, you would have heard a lot about it from people other than me. Well, and the people who defend them in court.
  6. I see that Olsonist likes this. He has some funny ideas about liability. And you liked that post, so I guess you guys share funny ideas about liability. I just can't quite figure out what the point of this post was. What were you and Olsonist trying to say about the liability of gun and car owners for the actions of criminals?
  7. And yet, look which one stored value better. I ask again, do you prefer a better store of value or a worse one? Is that a hard question?
  8. Hah! What's valuable is the word of politicians and not the metal? So when did the melt value drop below a dime, necessitating this rescue? Let me guess: never?
  9. When considering Desantis, as with any other issue, it's important to recognize that I sometimes say bad things about TeamD gun bans and confiscation programs, so thanks once again for bringing that into the discussion. I like your new label. Is "elkbertarian" what you'd call a radical Tea Party guy who voted to impeach Trump, or have you come up with a label for that one yet?
  10. That's nice. So, are you in favor of money that is a better store of value or a worse one? Because fiat dimes are clearly worse. Getting something better sometimes costs money. Possibly because it's worth it.
  11. When considering the establishment clause, as with every other issue, it's important to recognize that I sometimes say bad things about TeamD gun bans and confiscation programs, so thanks for bringing that into the discussion.
  12. I have some old silver dimes. Are those money? As a store of value, they've done a heck of a lot better than non-silver dimes. That's one of your tests above, right?
  13. They've got some funny ideas about liability of gun and car owners for the actions of criminals out in Cali. This idea seems cut from the same cloth. And really the same fabric of all gungrabbing. Hold peaceful gun owners responsible for the actions of criminals. That's why peaceful Canadians have to give up their battlefield .22's, isn't it?
  14. There are several, with examples in this thread. A registry gives an opportunity to limit which guns can be registered. California has an ever-shrinking "safe" gun list. A registry gives an opportunity to limit which people can register guns. In New York, for example, the same cops who stop and frisk blacks are empowered to judge whether a black man has sufficient moral character to exercise the right of gun ownership. If ANY other words followed "exercise the right" in that sentence, you would have heard a lot about it from people other than me. Well, and the people who defend them
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