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#37 Htar

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 02:19 PM

yes those land owning white males who didn't think women needed the right to vote and thought slavery was cool and also had the equivalent of a 9th grade education had it all figured out

they make too much money on them they'll never be banned.

make sure to lube up first


Too bad those backward, redneck, hillbillies didn't have you around to lead them! HAHAHA! Man, do you love to prove your not as smart as you think you are?

Just the entire WOMEN AND SLAVERY thing you lose big points on...HISTORICAL CONTEXT! Maybe, if they had been smart enough back then, they coulda focused on space exploration and quantum physics a little more, ya think?

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 02:34 PM

HISTORICAL CONTEXT!


... I think you just reinforced his point for him.

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 03:41 PM

... I think you just reinforced his point for him.


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Posted 10 April 2009 - 05:10 PM

Jefferson was seething when they decided to ignore the slavery issue in 1776. Not that they were all for it, but they decided to fight that battle another day. There is nothing they can do about the 2A, just as they can do nothing about the others. I don't see what the debate is. Either you believe on the US Constitution, or you do not (Most of DC, past and present)

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 05:17 PM

Jefferson was seething when they decided to ignore the slavery issue in 1776.


*plantation owner who made a substantial fortune on slavery, fuged his slaves, enslaved at least one of his own children*
*vigorously defends slavery and the 3/5th weighted vote*
*wins US presidential election due to the slave count*

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 05:35 PM

I am against gun registration. The main reason being is I for one in no way believe that this is being done for the good of the nation. I believe that certain people want to compile a list of potential threats to the government. Think I'm going overboard but I don't believe the government has my best interest at heart. If and when it is decided to remove guns from private owners, there will be a list of who has them, what type and how much. It's a list of what resistance to expect. Do the police storm the house or just blow it up and call it a gas leak. Eventually I believe it will come to that when the communists try and take over. Call it a conspiracy theory, but it seems way to close to that theory right now for me to sleep in peace.

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 05:37 PM

*plantation owner who made a substantial fortune on slavery, fuged his slaves, enslaved at least one of his own children*
*vigorously defends slavery and the 3/5th weighted vote*
*wins US presidential election due to the slave count*


That was a Northern deal to lesson the South's influence, I don't think a man from Virginia would vigorously defend it as it would not be in his best interest to resist... Just sayin'... Otherwise, yes, yes he did...

#44 Matt Foley

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 06:18 PM

That was a Northern deal to lesson the South's influence, I don't think a man from Virginia would vigorously defend it as it would not be in his best interest to resist... Just sayin'... Otherwise, yes, yes he did...


Mintal, what was Jefferson like?

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 06:42 PM

i am against gun registration. The main reason being is i for one in no way believe that this is being done for the good of the nation. I believe that certain people want to compile a list of potential threats to the government. Think i'm going overboard but i don't believe the government has my best interest at heart. If and when it is decided to remove guns from private owners, there will be a list of who has them, what type and how much. It's a list of what resistance to expect. Do the police storm the house or just blow it up and call it a gas leak. Eventually i believe it will come to that when the communists try and take over. Call it a conspiracy theory, but it seems way to close to that theory right now for me to sleep in peace.


teh communists?

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 06:51 PM

Mintal, what was Jefferson like?


Well, I don't know what he was like, but neither do you. So this is a ridiculous thread. I will continue to contend that he had it in his best interest not to opposed the 3/5 law and you will continue that he did. End result - zero! We both know that, it happened 250 to 300 years ago, we both can't be right, but we both can't be wrong. We can only be what we are. I think I'm right...

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 06:56 PM

Well, I don't know what he was like, but neither do you. So this is a ridiculous thread. I will continue to contend that he had it in his best interest not to opposed the 3/5 law and you will continue that he did. End result - zero! We both know that, it happened 250 to 300 years ago, we both can't be right, but we both can't be wrong. We can only be what we are. I think I'm right...


Sigh.

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 07:08 PM

That was a Northern deal to lesson the South's influence, I don't think a man from Virginia would vigorously defend it as it would not be in his best interest to resist... Just sayin'... Otherwise, yes, yes he did...


not quite.

the south ended up having more representation disproportionate to its free population.

Thomas Jefferson defeated John Adams with 73 electoral votes to Adams 65 electoral votes. Inasmuch as 53 of Jefferson's votes came from southern states and only 9 of the Adams votes were southern.

without the additional "slave votes" jefferson would have lost to adams.

also jefferson had plenty of opportunities to do something about slavery while in office, which of course he never did. i mean hell he didn't say a word while the french massacred a hundred thousand haitians