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Old 01-15-2013, 09:37 PM   #1
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Default Sherrif stops doing business with gun dealer

We need more officers like this one.

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Dana Safety Supply, a major distributor of weapons and accessories to police departments and civilians across the United States, has declared that they will no longer sell semi-automatic rifles to civilians. Instead, they will only sell to law enforcement. This prompted Oconee County, Georgia Sheriff Scott Berry to write them an email in which he told them he would no longer be seeking them out to purchase products for his department based on their decision.
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In the interview, when asked why he would not longer be purchasing from DSS, Sheriff Berry said that since law abiding citizens couldn’t purchase a legal weapon there with money they have, then he wasn’t going to “spend their tax money” at such a business and he wasn’t going to “spend his personal money there” either. Come on! This guy is my kind of Sheriff!
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Old 01-15-2013, 09:45 PM   #2
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Makes you wonder how many will actually do anything if big bro does something against the constitution. Is it all words, marches, petitions....hell I don't know but I like that this sheriff is standing up for what he believes in. It's definitely going to be on the people that are in a position of leadership to act. I feel/fear that we are about to see what our leaders are made of. I don't think I'm going to be very happy
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Now that's what I'm talkin about!!!
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Makes you wonder how many will actually do anything if big bro does something against the constitution. Is it all words, marches, petitions....hell I don't know but I like that this sheriff is standing up for what he believes in. It's definitely going to be on the people that are in a position of leadership to act. I feel/fear that we are about to see what our leaders are made of. I don't think I'm going to be very happy
If the big brother violates the constitution without the approval of congress, or the people then he is openly committing treason..... If that is the case their is no trial for him, just a rope, or a bullet to the head.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:13 PM   #5
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So anytime a President imposes a "Executive Order" that is later overturned by Congress or the courts he should NOT have a trial and be lynched?

What about former Presidents whose orders were overturned?

How about members of Congress who end up on the wrong side of a law that is ultimately overturned by the courts?

Who would be in charge of these lynch mobs or firing squads?

Due Process is still mandated, even for treason I think.

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Old 01-15-2013, 10:18 PM   #6
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Well said Jim.....Thanks for bringing the pendulum back to center.
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Old 01-15-2013, 10:22 PM   #7
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maybe not lynched but at least impeached
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So anytime a President imposes a "Executive Order" that is later overturned by Congress or the courts he should NOT have a trial and be lynched?

What about former Presidents whose orders were overturned?

How about members of Congress who end up on the wrong side of a law that is ultimately overturned by the courts?

Who would be in charge of these lynch mobs or firing squads?

Due Process is still mandated, even for treason I think.

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Old 01-15-2013, 10:25 PM   #8
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I can buy that...

But it would happen all the time with "wrong" thinkers.

It's no crime to be wrong, even as a President or a member of Congress.

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Impeachment facts.....

The House may, by a simple majority vote, impeach a federal official (such as the president, vice president, or a federal judge). Removal from office requires a two-thirds supermajority of the Senate. In 1842, the House failed to impeach president John Tyler. In 1868, the Senate fell one vote short of removing president Andrew Johnson following his impeachment. In 1999, efforts to remove Bill Clinton following his impeachment in 1998 fell just short of a simple majority, and 17 votes short of the two-thirds supermajority. The impeachment procedure was last used in 2010, when Judge Thomas Porteous was removed from office. Each chamber may expel one of its own members by a two-thirds supermajority vote; this last happened when the House expelled James Traficant in 2002.
Theoretically, a two-thirds supermajority in the Senate is 67 out of 100 senators, while a two-thirds supermajority in the House is 290 out of 435 representatives. However, since few votes take place with every seat in the House filled and representative participating, it does not often require 67 senators or 290 representatives to achieve this supermajority.
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You don't believe congress is going to do the "right" thing...do you? Everyone should read the Federalist papers.
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