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Originally posted by BIONICLE ALEX
reply to post by abecedarian
I'm ok with all the illegals can't have a firearm, but the post says ALL HISPANICS? what the hell? so that means all black and all asians too? should be only white americans can have fire arms? thats my beef with the subject.
Originally posted by whatukno
Hmmm let's see, let's stop selling something to a person based on their ethnicity?
How and in what twisted world does that make any sense?
I am not going to bother watching your alex jones nonsense, I am instead going to just reply to this idiocy.
You can't just refuse to sell to someone because of their ethnicity, that's pretty illegal and would get the proprietor of the gun store in a lot of trouble.
But this is another one of your troll threads isn't it?
Originally posted by mydarkpassenger
A guy sells a gun to some person with what appears to be a legal drivers license - then that guy goes to jail because that person was an illegal, while the illegal is free on the streets.
WTF are'nt you people getting about this???
Originally posted by rival
reply to post by mydarkpassenger
It allows for knee-jerk
reactions from poster who won't even read, research, or listen to your
OP's offering. It's irresponsible.
Originally posted by eNumbra
In Federal District Court on July 20, 2010, the ATF won a conviction from an Austin jury that defies logic and reason. In a trial before Federal Judge Sam Sparks, government lawyers conceded Texas resident Paul Copeland did not know his buyer was an illegal alien, but the jury they should convict him anyway because he "had reasonable cause to believe" he was selling to an illegal alien because the two men and a boy who were present at his table at the time of the sale: 1) were Hispanic, 2) spoke Spanish, and 3) wore cowboy clothing. And the jury did as asked. Assistant U.S. Attorney Jennifer Freel acted as lead prosecutor in the case.
Originally posted by InvisibleAlbatross
reply to post by SpectreDC
You are also being a troll in the thread. I am perfectly capable of reading, comes in handy for my job. I know what the thread author is doing, but he has said multiple times that he is serious. Some posters will therefore take him seriously.
Originally posted by rival
The burden should be on the state for providing this illegal
with a driver's license without proper proof of citizenship.
The burden should be with the Federal Government for NOT providing
adequate border security.
The burden should be on the illegal for purchasing a firearm.
The burden SHOULD NOT BE with a gun dealer who supplies a
gun in good faith to an apparent American citizen.
There exists a large conspiracy here, and no one is addressing
it. The conspiracy is to quell the sale of guns bu any means.
The mere fact that the illegal in this thread is still in this country
SHOULD SPEAK VOLUMES to anyone reading this OP. Your
government is against YOU---NOT ILLEGALS. In fact this OP
has NOTHING to do with immigration other than it is used as
a tool to implement a paradigm of fear in the gun trading/selling business.
Originally posted by spacekc929
Originally posted by Whyhi
Completely off-topic, but Canadians have accents?
Yeah, you know, "aboot" and "eh" and all that? hahahaha
Originally posted by SpectreDC
People calling Menmeth a racist need to take a break off the internet and maybe read a difficult book. Or take an English class. Or do something, just stop sucking at reading comprehension and establishing the context to what is being said.
He's saying that, due to the fact that a man was arrested on absolutely no fault of his own, the precaution necessary would be to stop selling to Hispanics.
Beyond that, what Mnemeth is ACTUALLY saying due to the tongue-in-cheek nature of what he said and how he said it, he's criticizing the bureaucracy involved in this arrest as prove positive such an overwhelming system is not in the interest of justice what so ever.