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Old 08-12-2009, 04:51 PM   #1
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Default My friend pulled this stunt.

I know most of you guys are gonna love him. I just think its funny I know him.

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Old 08-12-2009, 05:43 PM   #2
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Foolish for bringing a gun to a presidential meeting.

He handled himself pretty well.

The sad thing is, it took bringing a guy to a meeting in order to get his voice on air.

What does THAT say about our society?
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Old 08-12-2009, 05:43 PM   #3
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Default Re: My friend pulled this stunt.

Actually I AGREE with him 100%

I find it ironic, however, (and par for the course) that his point was to get people to listen to the Idea of exercising ones Constitutional Rights and the Douchenozzle Matthews did EVERYTHING but that (he barely heard a word that was being said and interrupted after every question he asked and didn't let Kostric answer at all!) It's Sad

The whole country needs more people (Citizens) like your friend---that are willing to stand up and speak out in a Peaceful and well-educated manner.

A Revolution IS coming, my friends...hopefully it won't require the blood of tyrants that Thomas Jefferson suggested
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Foolish for bringing a gun to a presidential meeting.

He handled himself pretty well.

The sad thing is, it took bringing a guy to a meeting in order to get his voice on air.

What does THAT say about our society?
Don't get me started. What it says about our society is that fear mongering, polarization, and shock value are what gets the job done in politics.
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Old 08-12-2009, 05:54 PM   #5
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Foolish for bringing a gun to a presidential meeting.

He handled himself pretty well.

The sad thing is, it took bringing a guy to a meeting in order to get his voice on air.

What does THAT say about our society?
Well, he didn't actually go to the meeting. He was just protesting outside. I agree that it was stupid but he wears that thing more often than not.
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i dont think ive ever seen matthews not be a complete dickhead to a guest. hes one of those types of people you only need to see once to immediately tell they are an asshole.
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It seems () that he has taken up the slack of one Lawrence Harvey Zeiger (better known to the befuddled masses as Larry King) who is more concerned with getting through the list of questions on the 3 X 5 index cards than with actually listening to the responses his guests give to those questions---but Matthews is a MUCH angrier, @ssholier (!) version
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yeah, ive actually seen larry king smile.
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yeah, ive actually seen larry king smile.


(WHAT! No comments about the Vernacular?! I'm thoroughly insulted)
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lol. the use of assholier and befuddled was definitely tight.

he really has that "assholier than thou" aura about him.
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