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Wrong if these campuses receive any federal funding at all then they have to allow the rights that are given in the constitution.
Umm what now?
CaAnd if you do some checking it is public not private campuses that are denying students these rights you can only cry it's private when you deny public access.
reply to post by macman
How about a little respect for our laws? we just do not have your gun culture but it doesn't mean we are less free than you.
If you look into our history we the people have had up rising to get rid of the ruling class, we will do it again If needed.
So let me get this straight. You, as a Non-US person here, get to chime in on US laws, specifically OUR guns laws, and then get butt hurt when challenged about your own laws???
I have yet, to go onto a thread here on ATS, and tell other people in foreign countries what they need to do and not do, when it comes to THEIR laws.
Maybe you should follow the same idea. Instead of injecting your crap, then crying when shown your full of it.
Why would you do it on ATS when you spent years of your life strapping on boots and stomping around the world bringing your guns to knife fights and conveniently securing other countries' natural resources whilst convincing yourself that you were helping the people by.... CHANGING THEIR LAWS. Not to mention that you gladly accepted tax dollars for it. Later you'll go online to complain about poor people collecting financial aid because COLLECTING TAX DOLLARS IS STEALING.... which you somehow honestly believe is true as long as as the one collecting tax dollars isn't part of Team America: World Police.
Kettle, pot. Pot, kettle. Beware of negros.
You really really really need to go and research a bit.
For the record, I believe in the freedom to bear arms, I just think MacMan needs to stop arguing with his own lifestyle choices so consistently on this forum.
reply to post by thesaneone
And? People in every country are born with rights. The difference lies in a codified or uncodified constitution and how the rule of law is phrased. In the UK I have the right to do whatever unless it impinges on the rights of others.
reply to post by macman
How so? All those rights are not granted unless stated in those documents. All rights over here are granted unless explicitly removed.edit on 11-3-2014 by bastion because: (no reason given)
2. 45-50 hours of work per week is the mid range as we are hard working people. We are also those with the highest standard of living per total population. Take Europe for example, they are mostly entitlement minded and oppressed by their governments. They cannot have guns either. They're not really free at all. From this side of the pond to us they seem like they hate to work but love to live off of those few that do.