99.9999999% of Assault Weapons are not on the "street". They are on private property!

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posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:25 AM
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This line keeps getting one liner super status on the TV and radio......that assault weapons have no place out on the "street". Street being one of those vague rhetorical catch alls that the mind benders use. A phrase taken from the slang of our culture and used to undermine the more serious philosophies that are the foundations for the 2nd amendment.

You will notice the news mechine likes to drag out voices with some qualifications like....former NRA member in good standing, war vets, former this and that, ect ect.....they use them for sound bites to support, by using these terms like "street", to mean "home" and suggest that not only do assult weapon owners not need these guns but that they are irresponsible for having them......ahhh out on the "street" (which means home in news speak) as well.

I say again.....99.9999999% of all assault weapons are in homes.

Yours.




posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:33 AM
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Originally posted by Logarock
This line keeps getting one liner super status on the TV and radio......that assault weapons have no place out on the "street". Street being one of those vague rhetorical catch alls that the mind benders use. A phrase taken from the slang of our culture and used to undermine the more serious philosophies that are the foundations for the 2nd amendment.

You will notice the news mechine likes to drag out voices with some qualifications like....former NRA member in good standing, war vets, former this and that, ect ect.....they use them for sound bites to support, by using these terms like "street", to mean "home" and suggest that not only do assult weapon owners not need these guns but that they are irresponsible for having them......ahhh out on the "street" (which means home in news speak) as well.

I say again.....99.9999999% of all assault weapons are in homes.

Yours.



your playing into there game calling them "assault weapons." assault weapons are already banned
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posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:35 AM
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Thank you for bringing that out. The "street" implies illegally held and a direct danger to the public. Firearms are private property.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:36 AM
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Remember as well, that James Madison was clear in his writings supporting the new constitution over the Articles of Confederation, that the 2nd Amendment was the peoples tactical amendment......not a hunting clause. He was a philosopher with office...a POTUS.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:38 AM
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Same with anything illegal. Prescription pills should be for prescription only but millions abuse them and they end up in the "street"

"Street" being a term for -dirty, transient or unlawful how the media uses it.

Almost everything "legal" can end up "on the street" becoming illegal.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:39 AM
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I say again.....99.9999999% of all assault weapons are in homes.

Yours.


Absolutely…and more importantly, 99.9999999% will REMAIN in our homes and OFF the streets. These situations are intentionally politicized and should be seen as nothing more.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:40 AM
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Originally posted by camaro68ss

Originally posted by Logarock


I say again.....99.9999999% of all assault weapons are in homes.

Yours.



your playing into there game calling them "assault weapons." assault weapons are already banned
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I am not buying into this dance around the phrase. I will call them, in keeping with the 2nd, civilian combat weapons.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:42 AM
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Originally posted by camaro68ss


your playing into there game calling them "assault weapons." assault weapons are already banned


You're thinking of assault rifles. Assault weapons is a manufactured phrase meant to make people envision machine guns, when the reality is assault weapons can be pistols or shotguns.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:45 AM
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Originally posted by seabag
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I say again.....99.9999999% of all assault weapons are in homes.

Yours.


Absolutely…and more importantly, 99.9999999% will REMAIN in our homes and OFF the streets. These situations are intentionally politicized and should be seen as nothing more.



But oh they put a lot of stock in their politicizing. We know its flap and they need to know that many of us know its flap. Its a war for the minds of the sheep. We need to be sheep with horns.


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posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:50 AM
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Originally posted by otie1
Same with anything illegal. Prescription pills should be for prescription only but millions abuse them and they end up in the "street"

"Street" being a term for -dirty, transient or unlawful how the media uses it.

Almost everything "legal" can end up "on the street" becoming illegal.



You sir are all over it. Thats just what they are doing.....taging the issue with a pejorative.

pejorative



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:53 AM
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Originally posted by Logarock
This line keeps getting one liner super status on the TV and radio......that assault weapons have no place out on the "street". Street being one of those vague rhetorical catch alls that the mind benders use. A phrase taken from the slang of our culture and used to undermine the more serious philosophies that are the foundations for the 2nd amendment.

You will notice the news mechine likes to drag out voices with some qualifications like....former NRA member in good standing, war vets, former this and that, ect ect.....they use them for sound bites to support, by using these terms like "street", to mean "home" and suggest that not only do assult weapon owners not need these guns but that they are irresponsible for having them......ahhh out on the "street" (which means home in news speak) as well.

I say again.....99.9999999% of all assault weapons are in homes.

Yours.




On the street... in the home... didn't matter to the 20 little angels murdered did it?



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:56 AM
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Originally posted by CosmicCitizen
Thank you for bringing that out. The "street" implies illegally held and a direct danger to the public. Firearms are private property.


Like a form of contraband and all vice associated.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 11:56 AM
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Originally posted by Logarock
This line keeps getting one liner super status on the TV and radio......that assault weapons have no place out on the "street". Street being one of those vague rhetorical catch alls that the mind benders use. A phrase taken from the slang of our culture and used to undermine the more serious philosophies that are the foundations for the 2nd amendment.

You will notice the news mechine likes to drag out voices with some qualifications like....former NRA member in good standing, war vets, former this and that, ect ect.....they use them for sound bites to support, by using these terms like "street", to mean "home" and suggest that not only do assult weapon owners not need these guns but that they are irresponsible for having them......ahhh out on the "street" (which means home in news speak) as well.

I say again.....99.9999999% of all assault weapons are in homes.

Yours.



Well 100% of them would be in homes, I do not imagine many homeless people have assualt weapons. Of course crazy that shoot places up also all live in homes. So 100% of crazy people and assualt weapons are in homes. I do not see how that will make anybody sleep better at night.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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It is intentional. Semantics plays heavily into propaganda efforts. If you are trying to ban something, why use terms that are culturally positive or neutral when you can use terms that have culturally negative connotations to describe the item that the government wants banned? We already know the media's position with regard to guns. They are the same as the government's. They are the propagandists of the socialist movement.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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Originally posted by Julie Washington


On the street... in the home... didn't matter to the 20 little angels murdered did it?



Are you telling me you cant tell the diffrence? All you have is to come in here and put 20 dead children im my face as if myself and other, defending rights, are culpable. Thats like college freshman stuff.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:04 PM
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Originally posted by MrSpad


Well 100% of them would be in homes, I do not imagine many homeless people have assualt weapons. Of course crazy that shoot places up also all live in homes. So 100% of crazy people and assualt weapons are in homes. I do not see how that will make anybody sleep better at night.



Are you worried about sleeping better at night? Its that all?



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:17 PM
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Originally posted by Logarock

Originally posted by Julie Washington


On the street... in the home... didn't matter to the 20 little angels murdered did it?



Are you telling me you cant tell the diffrence? All you have is to come in here and put 20 dead children im my face as if myself and other, defending rights, are culpable. Thats like college freshman stuff.


Yes, I can tell the difference.

I support the 2nd amendment to bear arms.

I do not support bearing any kind of assualt weapon as that is not what the foundation and "spirit" of the right was written.

To bear arms for defense. Assault weapons are not defensive weapons they are offensive weapons.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:18 PM
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How are mentally disturbed young men being identified and set up to be the patsy in domestic covert actions designed for 'problem-reaction-solution' programming of lawmakers and the general public in order to further the 'New World Order' agenda?

Early reports from Sandy Hook mentioned two or multiple shooters involved. This was reduced to one 'lone nut' as was the case in Aurora and many, many cases going all the way back to the original 'lone nut' in modern history: Lee Harvey Oswald.

Covert actions are usually set up in ways that one 'lone nut' (who fits the profile) is blamed and then it's an open and quickly shut case, case closed. This m.o. has been done successfully for years, RFK hit, MLK hit, mass shootings, John Lennon hit, you name it. As soon as lawmakers and the public are satisfied that the 'lone nut' in the media did it all by his lonesome, the secret agenda moves forward. Even in the case of 9/11, Osama bin Laden emerged quickly as the media's 'lone nut' just as Saddam Hussein had been the 'lone nut' who gave the USA 'no choice' but to invade Iraq and in so doing make the military-industrial complex and defense contractors much wealthier in the process.

I don't have any evidence that Sandy Hook was a covert op. But I do not rule it out, seeing as there is now such a big push to ban at least some types of firearms.



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 12:24 PM
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may be would should rename them anti assault weapons it would be used in a statement like this" he was about to assault me, with his gun so i used my anti assault weapon on him"



posted on Dec, 18 2012 @ 01:03 PM
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Originally posted by PvtHudson

Originally posted by camaro68ss


your playing into there game calling them "assault weapons." assault weapons are already banned


You're thinking of assault rifles. Assault weapons is a manufactured phrase meant to make people envision machine guns, when the reality is assault weapons can be pistols or shotguns.


Anything used to inflict harm is an assault weapon. If i beat you with a spoon, its an assault weapon. the term is very broad.





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