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don muntean





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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 3:46 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Daveeire wrote:
machiavelli wrote:
An early indication of how efficient and valuable Bill C-30 can be is the intensity of alarmed that the depraved, on-line porn hugging perverts are demonstrating pursuant to its potential capacity to safeguard our young, vulnerable children.

Although Bill C-30 closely resembles Mr. Martinís 2005 bill that would have expedited similar procedures, the soft-on-crime left-wing Liberal and/or NDPers, who may have originated the immoral, dirty trick, anti-Conservative campaign opposed to Minister Toews for political reasons, must validate their trepidation for our susceptible children, rather than for porn perverts and other criminals.

Alarmed, fearful parents of young, vulnerable, and defenseless children are relying on the left-plunging Harper administration to pass Bill C-30 without consenting to amendments from the far left, soft-on crime/terrorism opposition parties that would render the bill negligible thereby allowing the Neanderthals to continue their perversion.


Feb 21, 2012

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FAR LEFT POLITICIANS AND MEDIA PROTECTING ON-LINE PORN PERVERTS

An early indication of how efficient and valuable Bill C-30 can be is exemplified by the intensity of distress and alarmed that the depraved, on-line porn hugging perverts, their far-left political supporters, and their extreme left-bias media cohorts are demonstrating pursuant to its potential capacity to safeguard our young, vulnerable children.

Although Bill C-30 closely resembles Mr. Martinís 2005 bill that would have expedited similar procedures, the soft-on-crime left-wing Liberals, the extremist in the NDP, and the far-left bias unfair and unbalanced media need to validate their trepidation for our susceptible children rather than their passion for protecting, shielding, and defending porn perverts and other criminals.

Alarmed, fearful parents of young, vulnerable, and defenseless children are relying on the left-plunging Harper administration to pass Bill C-30 without consenting to major amendments from the far left, soft-on crime/terrorism opposition parties that would render the bill negligible thereby allowing the Neanderthals to continue their perversion.


Feb 25, 2012

Is there an echo in here?


...and so?
optimus2861





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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 4:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="don muntean"
I trust the police. They deserve that trust. They have earned my trust and through their response to these trying circumstances they have proven that they are not disinclined to fairness and truth. [/quote]
Read this.

http://www.therecord.com/news/.....-at-school

This is what Canadian police are all about. If you still want to trust these anti-gun, politically-correct zealots with new powers for warrantless searches, then we simply view the world through very different lenses and neither of us will convince the other.
don muntean





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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 5:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

don muntean wrote:

I trust the police. They deserve that trust. They have earned my trust and through their response to these trying circumstances they have proven that they are not disinclined to fairness and truth.

optimus2861 wrote:
Read this.

http://www.therecord.com/news/.....-at-school

This is what Canadian police are all about. If you still want to trust these anti-gun, politically-correct zealots with new powers for warrantless searches, then we simply view the world through very different lenses and neither of us will convince the other.


So you bring out this recent example:

[...]

The detective told him that his four-year-old daughter had drawn a picture of a man holding a gun. When a teacher asked her who the man was, the girl replied, ďThatís my daddyís. He uses it to shoot bad guys and monsters.Ē

[...]

he got into some trouble with the law five years ago, and was convicted of assault and attempted burglary. But heís put all that behind him.

http://www.therecord.com/news/.....-at-school

There is the reason that 'that' happened. I think that you're stretching here...

I will stand by my comments - Canada is not a police state and our government isn't trying to remake it into one.

Oh and I hate guns too...so what. With the growing number of unstable people in our society I think we need some form of gun control.

Of course my unusual experience [as it came to relate to police] proves they are GOOD and FAIR - more on that later...
Daveeire





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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2012 6:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

don muntean wrote:
Daveeire wrote:
machiavelli wrote:
An early indication of how efficient and valuable Bill C-30 can be is the intensity of alarmed that the depraved, on-line porn hugging perverts are demonstrating pursuant to its potential capacity to safeguard our young, vulnerable children.

Although Bill C-30 closely resembles Mr. Martinís 2005 bill that would have expedited similar procedures, the soft-on-crime left-wing Liberal and/or NDPers, who may have originated the immoral, dirty trick, anti-Conservative campaign opposed to Minister Toews for political reasons, must validate their trepidation for our susceptible children, rather than for porn perverts and other criminals.

Alarmed, fearful parents of young, vulnerable, and defenseless children are relying on the left-plunging Harper administration to pass Bill C-30 without consenting to amendments from the far left, soft-on crime/terrorism opposition parties that would render the bill negligible thereby allowing the Neanderthals to continue their perversion.


Feb 21, 2012

Quote:
FAR LEFT POLITICIANS AND MEDIA PROTECTING ON-LINE PORN PERVERTS

An early indication of how efficient and valuable Bill C-30 can be is exemplified by the intensity of distress and alarmed that the depraved, on-line porn hugging perverts, their far-left political supporters, and their extreme left-bias media cohorts are demonstrating pursuant to its potential capacity to safeguard our young, vulnerable children.

Although Bill C-30 closely resembles Mr. Martinís 2005 bill that would have expedited similar procedures, the soft-on-crime left-wing Liberals, the extremist in the NDP, and the far-left bias unfair and unbalanced media need to validate their trepidation for our susceptible children rather than their passion for protecting, shielding, and defending porn perverts and other criminals.

Alarmed, fearful parents of young, vulnerable, and defenseless children are relying on the left-plunging Harper administration to pass Bill C-30 without consenting to major amendments from the far left, soft-on crime/terrorism opposition parties that would render the bill negligible thereby allowing the Neanderthals to continue their perversion.


Feb 25, 2012

Is there an echo in here?


...and so?


Over the past few years I have seen on BT posts I agree with and a few I don't such as the one cited above. I have never seen the exact same post repeated verbatim as was done here. The only change was that a headline was added.
don muntean





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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 4:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Daveeire wrote:
don muntean wrote:
Daveeire wrote:
machiavelli wrote:
An early indication of how efficient and valuable Bill C-30 can be is the intensity of alarmed that the depraved, on-line porn hugging perverts are demonstrating pursuant to its potential capacity to safeguard our young, vulnerable children.

Although Bill C-30 closely resembles Mr. Martinís 2005 bill that would have expedited similar procedures, the soft-on-crime left-wing Liberal and/or NDPers, who may have originated the immoral, dirty trick, anti-Conservative campaign opposed to Minister Toews for political reasons, must validate their trepidation for our susceptible children, rather than for porn perverts and other criminals.

Alarmed, fearful parents of young, vulnerable, and defenseless children are relying on the left-plunging Harper administration to pass Bill C-30 without consenting to amendments from the far left, soft-on crime/terrorism opposition parties that would render the bill negligible thereby allowing the Neanderthals to continue their perversion.


Feb 21, 2012

Quote:
FAR LEFT POLITICIANS AND MEDIA PROTECTING ON-LINE PORN PERVERTS

An early indication of how efficient and valuable Bill C-30 can be is exemplified by the intensity of distress and alarmed that the depraved, on-line porn hugging perverts, their far-left political supporters, and their extreme left-bias media cohorts are demonstrating pursuant to its potential capacity to safeguard our young, vulnerable children.

Although Bill C-30 closely resembles Mr. Martinís 2005 bill that would have expedited similar procedures, the soft-on-crime left-wing Liberals, the extremist in the NDP, and the far-left bias unfair and unbalanced media need to validate their trepidation for our susceptible children rather than their passion for protecting, shielding, and defending porn perverts and other criminals.

Alarmed, fearful parents of young, vulnerable, and defenseless children are relying on the left-plunging Harper administration to pass Bill C-30 without consenting to major amendments from the far left, soft-on crime/terrorism opposition parties that would render the bill negligible thereby allowing the Neanderthals to continue their perversion.


Feb 25, 2012

Is there an echo in here?


...and so?


Over the past few years I have seen on BT posts I agree with and a few I don't such as the one cited above. I have never seen the exact same post repeated verbatim as was done here. The only change was that a headline was added.


I've done some 'verbatim' postings in the past too...
optimus2861





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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 10:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

don muntean wrote:


There is the reason that 'that' happened. I think that you're stretching here...

I will stand by my comments - Canada is not a police state and our government isn't trying to remake it into one.

Oh and I hate guns too...so what. With the growing number of unstable people in our society I think we need some form of gun control.

Yup. As I suspected, we are on completely different pages. No sense continuing this discussion.
don muntean





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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 10:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

optimus2861 wrote:
don muntean wrote:


There is the reason that 'that' happened. I think that you're stretching here...

I will stand by my comments - Canada is not a police state and our government isn't trying to remake it into one.

Oh and I hate guns too...so what. With the growing number of unstable people in our society I think we need some form of gun control.

Yup. As I suspected, we are on completely different pages. No sense continuing this discussion.


What part of my quoted comment is at issue? My point about that fellow's RECORD being the cause of the seemingly overreaching police reaction [in the story you linked]?

Is it that you do think the government IS conspiring with police to build a police state in Canada?

Obviously you eschew gun control? I simply don't like the proliferation of guns. I don't think that everyone ought to have one. I'm not saying ban them - control isn't banning.

I didn't say that everyone who has a firearm is unstable - what I said is that the growing number of unstable people WITH gun proliferation - is a bad thing. That's all.

I often hear people use the excuse that gun control must be fought against - to preserve our freedom - and I'm not sure why the WW2 example of the Nazis is usually introduced, to consider that, then, we're talking about armed struggle.

When do we foresee the potential for armed struggle - against government in Canada?

Of course having a position that supports some form of gun control doesn't make me a commie! LOL! So many considerations...but what does the for/against gun control issue really have to do with this discussion?
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