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  7. Paula Schuler

    I support HR 1207 and called my congressmen today, two democrats, and told them I was watching them.

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  8. Wade Odom

    Notice the “pirated ships” cannot be armed .. Hello!
    Notice the canoes “hijacked” the big ship…Hello!
    What does that tell us about our homes if we cannot be armed..

    Now..What connection is there between Samalian Moslems who pirate
    ships and the Samalian Moslems [500 of 'em] that were broght into
    Middle Tennessee [Bedford County] with help from TN Dept of Labor,
    Fed Dept Labor and the Clinton program?They can have Mosques built
    but are keeping Our God out of there…Same chicken place that got “busted” for illegal Mexicans [at least twice]..Tyson, who gave Hillary the big illegal contribution..
    To quote a famous old Socialist: “If you think it happened by accident in politics: It didn’t….Why it was your own FDR…
    wade t

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    1. Gunnerboy78

      A. Merchant vessels ARE allowed to be armed in accorance with maritime regulations and company policies.

      B. Most merchant crews are not trained on how to repel boarders, that is, to keep unwanted people from boarding their ships. It isn’t that hard to take over a tanker if you have enough people to do so.

      C. Everyone needs to stop associating bad people with Islam. Those pirates are out there simply trying to make, no, steal a fast buck, and their religious affiliation has nothing to with it. If it did, they would simply kill the hostages and destroy the cargo if challenged.

      D. It’s spelled “Somalia”.

      Have a good day.

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  9. Martin

    We stand behind you, Dr. Paul!

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