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  1. #5581
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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    He literally is defending a convicted pedophile, repeatedly though [emoji23]
    You are a ****ing joke, dude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    Open carry laws are irrelevant if you're illegally carrying a firearm...
    Nasty was saying if he did it, I assume nasty is older than 18 but idk. Also idk what state he's from, but a lot of the 50 states allow open carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    You're dang right I am.

    And if it weren't for false narratives and being blinded by political affiliations, I feel like most of you would be doing the same thing.

    The one guy said he hates guns, the one guy said he's never handled guns, the one guy said the kid shoulda fist fought the mob.

    These views flaw people's opinion. The guy who hates guns sees the kid with a gun and says "oh no bad man with gun." The guy who wants the kid to go head up with a grown man who mind you, spent over a decade in prison says he's a wuss bc he didn't fight the man with his fist, he didn't care he defended himself, he cared how he did it. The guy who never handled guns doesn't understand the gravity of the situation if his own gun is taken from him.

    Personal and political bias are what form these flawed opinions, but thankfully there are laws for the judge, jury and lawyers to interpret.
    You chastising others for personal and political bias is a real knee slapper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    The kid isn't even old enough to vote, I highly doubt he has similar political views as me.
    What does not being old enough to vote have to do with whether someone has the same political views as you? You can have political views before you're eligible to vote. The Covington High School kid certainly did...

    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    More than likely. I think 12 people on a jury will agree he was 17 with a gun.

    I just said way back in the thread his defense team is going to try and bring doubt because of legal loopholes. The Wisconsin law is drafted really poorly when it comes to long guns.
    You sound less like you're predicting outcomes and more like you're advocating for a particular outcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    Nasty was saying if he did it, I assume nasty is older than 18 but idk. Also idk what state he's from, but a lot of the 50 states allow open carry.
    Sure, but any open carry law protections go out the window if you're in illegal possession of the firearm you're open carrying...

    You can't say "it's my right to open carry" something you had no right to be carrying in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    You are a ****ing joke, dude.
    Coming from you, that's a boot scootin' knee slapper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    What does not being old enough to vote have to do with whether someone has the same political views as you? You can have political views before you're eligible to vote. The Covington High School kid certainly did...



    You sound less like you're predicting outcomes and more like you're advocating for a particular outcome.
    Lol oh god, don't show your hand too much now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    Sure, but any open carry law protections go out the window if you're in illegal possession of the firearm you're open carrying...

    You can't say "it's my right to open carry" something you had no right to be carrying in the first place.
    So what, none of what you just said negates the kids right to defend himself.

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    Once more for those in the back:

    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Imagine if your entire existence within the politics forum was defending a cowardly child that killed numerous people. Dude never wandered in here prior to this ongoing vigorous defense of Rittenhouse and that seems to be literally the only thing he's ever commented on in the politics forum.

    Pretty pathetic honestly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mngopher35 View Post
    You are the one who shared Tucker Carlson Fox news
    You've never answered this, but constantly harp on it. You tell me, how I can control where Richard McGinnis did his interview? Huh? How did I have anything to do with what show/program he did his interview through?

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    Quote Originally Posted by spliff(TONE) View Post
    Once more for those in the back:
    #irrelevant

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    Lol oh god, don't show your hand too much now.
    I actually revealed yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valade16 View Post
    I actually revealed yours.
    You really didn't considering I'm not registered to vote, nor have I ever registered to vote. It was a genuinely good try though, you're just wrong lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    Lol you're so hung up on that, it kills me. It's hilarious! [emoji23]

    Wanna say where you stand on the Myles Garrett situation? Wanna say where you stand on the Zachary Peters situation? Wanna say where you stand on the Garrett Foster situation?

    I won't limit this to just Mr bird brain, anyone can openly chime in on any of the 3 examples I just listed, so we can compare situations to the Rittenhouse kid.

    I know where I stand on every one of the situations, I assume most won't comment, or it will reveal their bias further.
    I looked up the ones youíre talking about because they arenít familiar. Not sure what you want an opinion on with regards to Myles Garrett or Zachary Peters. Maybe the things I had come up arenít what youíre talking about. Garrett is the football helmet incident? And Peters is some guy who was arrested for speeding, breaking curfew, illegal guns, and drugs?

    The Foster incident is at least something that seems to relate to the topic. Out of the article I read it seems he had a reason to be in the area and Iím assuming he was legally allowed to have the gun. The video I saw doesnít show a lot so canít take too much from it outside of how quickly it went from him honking to shooting someone. Much more along the lines of self defence than Rittenhouse although a video that showed the threat that required him to shoot someone would be needed for me to comment more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    You really didn't considering I'm not registered to vote, nor have I ever registered to vote. It was a genuinely good try though, you're just wrong lol
    Again, what does voting or registering to vote have to do with having a political ideology? You can have a political ideology without ever voting or registering to vote.

    Based on the logic you're displaying here, I don't really trust any logical interpretation you make of Wisconsin self-defense law.

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