Whenever the news posts about "White People With Guns" its usually scary or weird or monstrously stupid.

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shortylickens

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Make a new plan Stan:



They will probably keep their guns AND blame the fucking Democrats for everything that happened.
 

Lost_in_the_HTTP

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But seriously folks, if indifference to the public and morality could cost someone a law license, would there be anyone with a law license?
 

blankslate

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case in point...

it shown before it bears repeating imho.

the person pointing the weapon really should have had his ass beaten by everyone else at the range.


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shortylickens

No Lifer
Jul 15, 2003
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case in point...

it shown before it bears repeating imho.

the person pointing the weapon really should have had his ass beaten by everyone else at the range.


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thats interesting but has nothing to do with this thread.

this thread is about a racist old couple that deliberately threatened protestors. the only question is whether the protestors had a legal right to be marching where they were.
EVEN IF they didnt have the right to march, the racist couple had no need to threaten them with firearms. They were in absolutely no danger, neither was their property.
 

JEDI

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Make a new plan Stan:


State Supreme court denies appeals but..

Missouri's Supreme Court decided to suspend their licenses indefinitely in February but stayed the suspensions and put the lawyers on probation for one year with conditions including quarterly reports to a probation monitor in addition to 100 hours of free legal services.

The McCloskeys argued in the appeal to the highest court in the nation that the Missouri Supreme Court violated their Second Amendment as well as due process rights.


so they'll be practicing again in a year :(
 

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