Paul Revere saved 2nd Amendment in 1775

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  1. GoodGame

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    Three shots later (Tequila).....um umm warning us...warning us shots...to protect shots...umm...shots of Rum <hic>-<up>.
     
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    Good job, moose lady. Better to be silent and thought a fool.

    http://www.salon.com/news/feature/2011/06/05/us_palin_2/index.html
     
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    So, what happened to the Republican Party? Did Obama's Presidency suddenly radicalize them or did this exist during Bush II's tenure?
     
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    Both.
     
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    I also feel obliged to point out that Revere did not cry "The British are coming!" but rather "The Redcoats are coming!"

    Most colonists still considered themselves to be British and called themselves such. A lot of the king's soldiers were objectively not British, not that it is particularly relevant here as the Hessian Greencoats were not coming at that time.
     
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    Come back and ask again when Romney is the nominee. This stuff is no more crazy than when the Democrats flirted with that maniac Howard Dean.
     
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    They've always been crazy. Buchannan, Wallace, Nancy Reagan…
     
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    It's been building for a while. Obama is sort of the straw that broke the camel's back.
     
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    I wouldn't say "building". Obama just forced them out into the open when they lost power (or would have, if it weren't for the blue dogs...).
     
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    That's not even remotely comparable. There's a reason Dean got appointed the ultimate insider, and it's because he wasn't nuts. I consider Dean and Romney in fact to be two pretty similar politicians.
     
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    "What have you seen so far today, and what are you going to take away from your visit?"
    — the "gotcha question" Sarah Palin has blamed for her widely ridiculed Paul Revere account




     
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    Colbert's segment on this was hilarious. Here entire job should just be answering questions that have historical basis to them and then see how in-congruent her replies are.
     
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    The problem with that is that the question had nothing to do with history. So it would more be, ask any random casual question and see how in-congruent her replies are.
     
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    Someone should start a thread detailing gaffes by liberals/Democrats.
     
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    Why don't you?
     

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