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Omar Karindu

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MysteryMan

Subj: Re: Where do you make this stuff up?...lol
Posted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 at 03:13:17 pm CDT (Viewed 1 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Where do you make this stuff up?...lol
Posted: Thu Jun 12, 2008 at 12:56:36 pm CDT

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> > > that basic human/mutant rights are ignored
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> > Mutants are given a pass...they do not even have to register
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> That's hardly an argument, they don't have to register because apparently they were ALREADY registered.

No the initial point is hardly an argument...you can't say anything one way or the other...SHRA had nothing to do with the mutant issue...try laying the blame somewhere else...like the Scarlet Witch.

> > you are NOT forced to work with the govt...you are forced to train them so you dont injure others but you are not forced to be active
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> So can a trainee refuse to take part in a training mission, like, say, being thrown into a lethal firefight with AIM (Or it might have been Sons of the Serpent, I forget) as happened early in the Initative?

Sure they can...they are supposed to be able to. Remember the official that made them do that has been removed for abuse of power.

> > > that innocents together with supervillains are jailed in the negative zone just for refusing to sign for the shra,
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> > Only those that actively resisted were put into the Negative Zone...it wa a war...no "innocents" are there. Also it depends on which comic you buy how things are actually run there.
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> Battlestar, the former Bucky, and member of Freedom Force, was attending an underground meeting of unsigned heroes when a bunch of "cape killers" (Nice non-perjorative title they gave themselves there) threw a bomb into the middle of it. He might have been in strict violation of the law, but there's such a thing as "appropriate force".


In the middle of a WAR...yes the force used was fine considerign they were normals taking on supers.


> > Battlestar, the former Bucky, and member of Freedom Force, was attending an underground meeting of unsigned heroes when a bunch of "cape killers" (Nice non-perjorative title they gave themselves there) threw a bomb into the middle of it. He might have been in strict violation of the law, but there's such a thing as "appropriate force".
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> In the middle of a WAR...yes the force used was fine considerign they were normals taking on supers.

No, in the middle of a crossover with "War" in the title; the soi-disant Civil War was more of a police vs. militia sort of situation. It's no more a "war" than the standoff with the Montana Freemen.

- Omar Karindu

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