Home - by @Mr_Pinko - January 8, 2013 - 13:47 America/New_York - 12 Comments
CNN attempts to discredit former United States Marine Joshua Boston. FAIL
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January 8th, 2013
HERO!!!! ‘Unconstitutional Laws Aren’t Laws’ I hope he gets tons and tons of support from other military and “average” gun owners. He has my support.
God Bless our Troops. Especially our Snipers. (my bumper sticker courtesy of LaRue Tactical).
OT – but how do I get to “older views”? I click on continue reading or previous articles and they bring me back to same main page. I also went to Jan 2013 and it only kept me on same main page. I’d like to see posts and comments from last night and yesterday. Am I missing something?
We’re working on the glitch right now. That is why we have the footer alert posted at the bottom of every page. Click HOME under any post title and it will activate the continuous scrolling feature. – bfh
Left Coast Dan
Props to the newscaster for giving Boston a fair forum to speak his views. She questioned and disputed his views, but gave him the opportunity to respond and pretty well detail his opinion. Sgt. Schultz or Chrissy Matthews would never allow such a thing on their shows.
“Unconstitutional laws are not laws.” I wish more conservatives would realize this.
Joshua Boston is the type that would have shown up at the Athens, Tenn Court House. Good on him for declaring the difference between moral laws and immoral laws.
@TA how do I get to “older views”?
If you mean older blog entries I know of two ways:
1)at the top of this page, to the left of – Mr Pinko, it says Home. Click on it to be able to scroll to older blog topics.
2) at bottom of right side column below the banner “Archives” is a drop down menu to select the month.
Both ways work for me.
Maudie N Mandeville
Lex mala; lex nulla.
Lance o Lot
Good for Mr. Boston!
In the Army, we were taught that unlawful orders are not to be obeyed and that obeying unlawful orders can result in punishment.
Wouldn’t it be nice if police officers and other congratulatory authorities were given the same moral compass as our fighting men?
What has troubled me is I grew up in a town maybe 20, 30 miles from Athens, Tennessee and don’t recall the story of the “Battle of Athens” from my youth. I remember taking US, World and Tennessee History as well as Civics. I also remember discussing the differing views on the Constitution and the Second Amendment, this would have been a fantastic argument to show exactly what the true spirit of a “Militia” is in modern times.
We are obligated to defend freedom from all enemies foreign or domestic. There is a reason the phrase is included in oaths of office.
Excellent job Cpl! Thank you and God bless you.
One thing I find truly repulsive about Sen. Fienstien’s proposal is the idea that we will ‘grandfather” Constitutionally acknowledged rights to the current users, but future citizens will be denied their rights. Those are the same future citizens who will be compelled to pay for today’s unfunded government debt.
Of course nobody ever votes to restrict their own rights, just the rights of those who can’t defend themselves.
@Lance o Lot said “…but future citizens will be denied their rights…”
That is the most profound statement I have heard in a long time!
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