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No shit Sugars. To say the least.

I know it was television and everything reaction of the crowd couldn't be televised. The "State of the Union Address" always has a very selective audience of supporters of the president to get standing ovations and head nodding. Who ever that president might be. Democrat or Republican.

I found it ironic that the only time that the media showed the Military Joint Chiefs of Staff Stand up was when he said: "Our military is the finest fighting force in the world". They all looked at each other before they stood up. Their body language, to me, did not support Obama's State of the Union Address as a whole. Only their belief that our military is the best. But, that's just my opinion on what I saw.

He did not address any issues on his recent Executive Order on gun control. I didn't expect him to. He didn't address issues with Iran at present. I didn't expect that either. He just express the need for national and world wide hugs and kisses. The rhetoric sounds great but isn't realistic. Muslim or not.

Shit... I got off topic.

Along with Obama's Executive Order on back ground checks on gun sales he plans to hire a bunch of new government employees to enforce the order. Bigger government at it's best. It might mean more jobs for some, but to what extent does it serve the average law abiding citizen and tax payer? Gun owner or non-owner. Does anyone think that background checks, restricting types of guns that can "legally" be sold or owned, and imposing more restrictions on the law abiding citizen can remove ILLICIT guns from our world, our nation, our states and communities? Will it get guns out of the hands of the "Illegal".

I ask again, how well is the "Rico" act working to address gang problems?

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It was a waste of time and electricity

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More than likely have a good cry than a "good laugh". Bullshit is transparent sometimes.

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LOL ZZ... You lost me my friend. I understood every word you, or the "krewe", said but failed to see the application to anything I have posted. I haven't understood your opinions on your stance on guns and other issues. Neither have you picked up on mine. Nothing is going to change my, or your, opinions on the issues. Stalemate!!! It's a useless waste of words and time to continue this conversation.

I have a big bowl of popcorn, I'm kicked back and ready to enjoy Obama's speech to the nation, and the world, and have a good laugh. Cheers my friend.

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GOOD, I can tell you now, it will be another failure in NYC. Cops won't work for DeBlasio

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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Officials will announce a sweeping effort to combat gun violence in New York on Tuesday by convening a new court in Brooklyn dedicated to handle gun possession cases while also creating a police unit to focus exclusively on gun cases.

People charged with illegally possessing firearms in Brooklyn, which has the highest rate of such cases among the city's five boroughs, would be processed through one of the two courts, the office of Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

The courts would be overseen by two state judges with a support staff to include retired judges who help oversee pretrial hearings, part of an effort to streamline the adjudication of such cases. The goal was to resolve the majority of those cases within six months of arrest.

The police department's new Gun Violence Suppression Division would handle gun-related investigations in the city of about 8.5 million, the largest in the United States.

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If I paid attention to SPAM emails I would have recognized that what HFT posted has been floating around for awhile.

I should have known it could not have been an original thought; but it was too long to have been on a T-shirt.

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Yes sir, Tom

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To >nudisttom163<

(You opined, "Many of them were "nut jobs". But, I had to listen to them for their input in my investigations and dealings with the situations and their notes to saved my ass in federal court many times.}

[Our consolidated Krewe opine: You should consider petitioning the Oregon House to appoint you as Ambassador to Bundylandistan. There, you could save ass and embellish your heroic achievements before the Great and Terrible Day of Retribution certain to happen to the Bundyland Clan, unless a Savior arises to save there Wretched Souls.]

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Mine are 55 years old and sit around all year until I take them out looking for Bambi or Blackie the Bear

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