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    Sign says “Report suspicious activity”

    All state highways in New Jersey have these new BIG electronic signs that suspend over the roadways.
    Can’t help but to think “Big Brother” is watching.
    Interesting times we live in!

    The world really is a different place isn't? I remember GW making a statement after 911, making reference to our world never being the same again.

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    War is Peace. Freedom is Slavery. Ignorance is Strength.

    You know what you should do? Call in and report every cop you see on the highway. Inundate them with phony calls. Encourage your friends to do the same.

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    The less freedoms we have the more power our leaders have. And thats just the way they want it.

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    new jersey is the closest, we have in this country, to a police state.

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    What really bothers me is the waste. Do I need $500 signs every half mile to remind me that it may be a good idea to let the cops know if I see someone aiming Stinger missles at commercial airplanes? I'm pretty sure that sign or no, such an event would impress upon me the need to do something about it. In all reality though, I'd just pull over, get my Mossberg 590A1 out of the trunk and do some improvised interogations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inheritmylife
    What really bothers me is the waste. Do I need $500 signs every half mile to remind me that it may be a good idea to let the cops know if I see someone aiming Stinger missles at commercial airplanes? I'm pretty sure that sign or no, such an event would impress upon me the need to do something about it. In all reality though, I'd just pull over, get my Mossberg 590A1 out of the trunk and do some improvised interogations.
    i got the old skool 40 cal desert eagle(which of course im not alowed to carry in n.j or even have it in my car!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1819
    i got the old skool 40 cal desert eagle(which of course im not alowed to carry in n.j or even have it in my car!)
    I have a .45ACP Smith and Wesson 99 but I'm considering trading for a 9mm Sig p225 or 226 just because the I can get 100 9mils for about 11 bucks, but 45ACP is almost 2x as much. I shoot about 200 rds./week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1819
    i got the old skool 40 cal desert eagle(which of course im not alowed to carry in n.j or even have it in my car!)
    Why not it is a right to carry a gun for protection. Why would you not be allowed to carry it?

    And about them signs... martial law and a police state is coming to a town near you.

    Edit: I say that due to our rights as defined in the constitution vs a privilage that the government, either state or federal, can deny or give us permission.
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    Quote Originally Posted by inheritmylife
    I have a .45ACP Smith and Wesson 99 but I'm considering trading for a 9mm Sig p225 or 226 just because the I can get 100 9mils for about 11 bucks, but 45ACP is almost 2x as much. I shoot about 200 rds./week.
    in fl i carry a colt govt. mk iv series 80, 9 mm 7 shot. great little gun. small enough to go in my pockets of cargo shorts. also have it in a 45. have a casull 454. thats fun as hell but its best to make your own ammo with that one and i have no time for that anymore. you can by decent rounds but there like a dollar a round. d e makes a 50 cal but i havnt shot it yet. now i wanna go out and shoot.lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inheritmylife
    I have a .45ACP Smith and Wesson 99 but I'm considering trading for a 9mm Sig p225 or 226 just because the I can get 100 9mils for about 11 bucks, but 45ACP is almost 2x as much. I shoot about 200 rds./week.
    I shoot .22's for less than 10bucks per 500. Why not practice shooting as a skill then do some work with your carry gun? I do believe you should put 150-200rounds through a new gun to break it in. Shooting 101 can be done with a rimfire.

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    See America is young, so that is why you guys have all the freedoms and rights. And the fact that your homeland has not faced any internal conflicts from outsiders, gives you good freedoms and rights.

    But now as your country gets older and faces threats, it will become more and more like other nations, with less freedoms and rights, its the natural course.

    In a 100 years if America becomes like the former Soviet Union I wouldnt be suprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAUSASIAN
    See America is young, so that is why you guys have all the freedoms and rights. And the fact that your homeland has not faced any internal conflicts from outsiders, gives you good freedoms and rights.

    But now as your country gets older and faces threats, it will become more and more like other nations, with less freedoms and rights, its the natural course.

    In a 100 years if America becomes like the former Soviet Union I wouldnt be suprised.
    From the days of Theodore Rosevelt on socialist ideas have been incorperated into this society... I am not saying it is all good or bad, same with capitalism... But unless we the people keep the government in check instead of blindly doing what we are told our rights and freedoms(true democracy) are slowly disappearing... It is called incrementalism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mesomorphyl
    From the days of Theodore Rosevelt on socialist ideas have been incorperated into this society... I am not saying it is all good or bad, same with capitalism... But unless we the people keep the government in check instead of blindly doing what we are told our rights and freedoms(true democracy) are slowly disappearing... It is called incrementalism.
    you are reffering to something like this?

    We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. --That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government
    the tricky part is how to set up a new government today. It's not an easy thing to do, and will be more difficult now than it was when the framers designed this country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by symatech
    you are reffering to something like this?

    the tricky part is how to set up a new government today. It's not an easy thing to do, and will be more difficult now than it was when the framers designed this country.
    Exactly and I only know of one guy that would fight to preserve constitutional democracy as it affirms that we have rights, not privilages, that no government should take away. But will no one stand with me? And we have so many sheeple that they will do as they are told just for temporary peace and saftey. Our founding fathers would vomit if they seen what this has become.

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    Quite right. I'm with you. and btw "sheeple" I'll remember that; the country is overpopulated with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by symatech
    you are reffering to something like this?

    the tricky part is how to set up a new government today. It's not an easy thing to do, and will be more difficult now than it was when the framers designed this country.

    It could be as simple as a rogue, old-school Republican like Lou Rockwell being elected. He would straighten quite a few things out. The President alone has an enormous amount of power to change policy. Here are a few things that I would do within hours of being elected President.

    -Pardon everyone convicted of federal tax-evasion.

    -Pardon everyone convicted of a federal drug charge.

    -Pardon everyone convicted of a federal gun-control charge.

    -Pardon every single person convicted of a federal, victimless crime. Every last one of them, back on the streets.

    -End federal affirmitive action, and other federal discrimination.

    -Prosecute any state or federal official that violates the Bill of rights when dealing with any person. Quite a few people would be convicted of treason.

    -Bring an immediate end to all federal asset forfeiture cases.

    -Remove 100% of our troops from foreign soil, including UN operations. I would aslo disolve the National Guard and the vast majority of the Army. The purpose of a military is to defend the homeland. All that takes is lots of nukes, a navy, some Marines, and an air force.

    -Disolve the Federal Reserve and reinstitute the gold standard.

    -Set a budget that is closer to that of 1950 than of 2005.

    -Veto any bill that I couldn't read and understand within the end of the day. Veto any bill that increases the size of governmnet or increases taxes. In other words, I would veto everything.

    -Disolve the DEA, Dept. of Education, Dept. of Homeland security, ATF, FDA, EPA, IRS, and many more.

    -Sell all US territories. The federal gov't should not "own" anything.

    -Refuse to enforce medicaid, medicare, social security. I would drop federal income tax to 10% for all people. Period.

    -end all support for foreign regimes, good or bad. No money, no lip service, no drum beating, nothing. Become the "sleeping giant" again.

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    But if that don't work, just vote from the rooftops with a .50.

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    -Pardon everyone convicted of a federal drug charge.
    this would put some evil men back on the streets.

    -End federal affirmitive action, and other federal discrimination.
    amen

    Prosecute any state or federal official that violates the Bill of rights when dealing with any person.
    another amen

    Become the "sleeping giant" again.
    when are you running

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    Quote Originally Posted by symatech
    this would put some evil men back on the streets.

    when are you running
    Yeah, but there's lots of em' on the streets right now because the jails are too packed full of drugies and not full enough of child molesters, rapists, murderers, and filthy corporate execs. They did nothing wrong by selling or using drugs. Now if they actually hurt anyone or stole from anyone, that's different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inheritmylife
    It could be as simple as a rogue, old-school Republican like Lou Rockwell being elected. He would straighten quite a few things out. The President alone has an enormous amount of power to change policy. Here are a few things that I would do within hours of being elected President.

    -Pardon everyone convicted of federal tax-evasion.

    -Pardon everyone convicted of a federal drug charge.

    -Pardon everyone convicted of a federal gun-control charge.

    -Pardon every single person convicted of a federal, victimless crime. Every last one of them, back on the streets.

    -End federal affirmitive action, and other federal discrimination.

    -Prosecute any state or federal official that violates the Bill of rights when dealing with any person. Quite a few people would be convicted of treason.

    -Bring an immediate end to all federal asset forfeiture cases.

    -Remove 100% of our troops from foreign soil, including UN operations. I would aslo disolve the National Guard and the vast majority of the Army. The purpose of a military is to defend the homeland. All that takes is lots of nukes, a navy, some Marines, and an air force.

    -Disolve the Federal Reserve and reinstitute the gold standard.

    -Set a budget that is closer to that of 1950 than of 2005.

    -Veto any bill that I couldn't read and understand within the end of the day. Veto any bill that increases the size of governmnet or increases taxes. In other words, I would veto everything.

    -Disolve the DEA, Dept. of Education, Dept. of Homeland security, ATF, FDA, EPA, IRS, and many more.

    -Sell all US territories. The federal gov't should not "own" anything.

    -Refuse to enforce medicaid, medicare, social security. I would drop federal income tax to 10% for all people. Period.

    -end all support for foreign regimes, good or bad. No money, no lip service, no drum beating, nothing. Become the "sleeping giant" again.
    I agree 10000000000%........good stuff
    Now who is running for President with that kind of plan?? Which party comes closest.....Libertarian??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgerman
    I agree 10000000000%........good stuff
    Now who is running for President with that kind of plan?? Which party comes closest.....Libertarian??

    Libertarians and libertarian-republicans. Essentially every Libertarian believes in a similar role of federal government, and a very few Republicans do. Some may say that my Libertarian vote is wasted, but that is pure bullshit. They're terrible at campaighning and raising money, but they have the monopoly of philisophical highground. I'll never vote for one the 2 big parties ever again.

    Michael Badnarik, although a bit of an eccentric (read: genius), is the Libertarian party's big presidential candidate.
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    Ok.......I'll vote libertarian.......no way will I vote for Hilary or Jeb........dike or dink......

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    Quote Originally Posted by inheritmylife
    Libertarians and libertarian-republicans. Essentially every Libertarian believes in a similar role of federal government, and a very few Republicans do. Some may say that my Libertarian vote is wasted, but that is pure bullshit. They're terrible at campaighning and raising money, but they have the monopoly of philisophical highground. I'll never vote for one the 2 big parties ever again.

    Michael Badnarik, although a bit of an eccentric (read: genius), is the Libertarian party's big presidential candidate.
    I agree..It's sh!tty because many people aren't educating their kids about this stuff....no one knows anything about politics anymore...its so frustrating to see..the parents dont have strong family ties, so they have to dump their kids in GOVERNMENT daycare..and it could start as early as that. Adults are being too damn irresponsible to take care of the sh!t they need to be taking care of...so who steps in? Oh thats right...the Govt...grrrreat. That's exactly what we need, to have the government regulating everything and sticking its tentacles in every aspect of our lives...

    It'd be cool if someone did step in and say "K this is not what the founding fathers were thinking..." and reverted it back. It's too bad too because I'm thinking the war and everything wont be good for the republican party.

    Voting Libertarian isnt a bad idea..if people dont try then no one's gonna be heard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Tiger_
    I agree..It's sh!tty because many people aren't educating their kids about this stuff....no one knows anything about politics anymore...its so frustrating to see..the parents dont have strong family ties, so they have to dump their kids in GOVERNMENT daycare..and it could start as early as that. Adults are being too damn irresponsible to take care of the sh!t they need to be taking care of...so who steps in? Oh thats right...the Govt...grrrreat. That's exactly what we need, to have the government regulating everything and sticking its tentacles in every aspect of our lives...

    It'd be cool if someone did step in and say "K this is not what the founding fathers were thinking..." and reverted it back. It's too bad too because I'm thinking the war and everything wont be good for the republican party.

    Voting Libertarian isnt a bad idea..if people dont try then no one's gonna be heard.

    All it takes is one good-looking guy with a bit of charm and a way with words. Being a lawyer doesn't hurt either. I plan on running for elective office someday. I'll be a rooster in the old hen-house, even if I do have to lie and politik to get the votes. I'm not the brightest of the bunch, or the most well versed, but I do have a way with people. I'll do well. I suggest that any person with the Constitution as their guide, ambition in their heart, and honey on the tongue to do the same.

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    Hell yea ......Amen to that. A Good looking guy with a bit of charm eh?? (JFK Comes to mind) Dont give up on that dream man..You could change it all. It really is all about being inspiring and people seeing that you are a good guy with good intentions in making the country the great place it used to be. Hitler. Great example, I dont even know German and listening to his speeches sends chills down my spine, obviously his views were..uhm not so cool..but still VERY Good public speaker. Inspiration invokes change man.... go for it and dont look back.

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