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    First!

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    the CONSTITUTION of the UNITED STATES
    void where prohibited by law

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    Scott Stantis bravely defends illustrates the cowardice of those who attack the Constitution.

    Defense of the Constitution is a requirement of citizenship.

  • Episiarch||

    Defense of the Constitution is a requirement of citizenship.

    Yeah, well, it is a requirement for the President, too, but that doesn't seem to matter.

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    Congress and the Military too.

  • VM||

    Taktix - it's your lucky day. The URKOBOLD has chosen to feature you, hier. With the other famous H&R rock n roller, Little Fyodor!

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    Defense of the Constitution IS NOT a requirement of citizenship. The Constitution explicitly protects my right to object to it. In fact, I believe it is flawed and society's problems are the result.

    Bill Walsh

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    VM,

    Please send the Great Taint Whitherer my regards and humble praise...

    Thanks again!

  • VM||

    just, dammit, man, go on tour - hep the FLA crowd to dates, etc.

    Everybody else - check out their stuff. You'll definitely enjoy!

    Tripping June. on Ut00B and my space. Tripping June.

    Little Fyodor, too!

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    Coming soon!

    Bill of Rights Toilet Paper!

    "Limited government" just sounds so quaint, in a post 9/11 world.

  • dbust1||

    Based upon what I've heard about the warrantless wire tapping shouldn't there be a keffiyeh draped head somewhere in that audience? Is Stantis saying we've been lied to?!

  • dbust1||

    Hmmm, on second thought a keffiyeh draped head might make Muslims uncomfortable. That would only lead to overturning and torching cars and various other riotous activities.

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    Mr. Walsh, please illucidate.

    While natural born citizens take no oath, I would argue that their obligations are certainly not less than naturalized citizens who take the "Oath of Citizenship".

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    Elucidate.

    I think my brain was between illustrate and illuminate.

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    What amazes me is how often Liberals attack the second ammendment and other things within the constitution, only to attempt to defend it when a Republican does something that they would have done if they were in power. (The Democrats have no problem looking into your private life to see if you're a smoker, gun owner, or a drug dealer)

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