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Sun Oct 8, 2017, 10:33 AM Oct 2017


While out for the evening, enjoying their unalienable rights, a good time was being had by everyone….meanwhile, another person, who was enjoying his 2nd amendment right - decided that all of his victims had no rights.

How do we address our right for "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" when the 2nd amendment is more powerful than our unalienable rights?

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Vegas (Original Post) 42bambi Oct 2017 OP
We are being denied our inalienable rights. Our leaders are cowards. Irish_Dem Oct 2017 #1


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1. We are being denied our inalienable rights. Our leaders are cowards.
Sun Oct 8, 2017, 10:44 AM
Oct 2017

Our founding fathers were not cowards, they signed documents and took action that could hang them.
In contrast shooters are cowards, they massacre innocent men, women and children.
Our leaders refuse to stand up for our rights, they put us in harm's way over and over.
They are cowards.

Thomas Jefferson is turning over in his grave.

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