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(NewsBusters)   88% of FoxNews.com readers support the right for people to carry guns in public...oh, sorry.. I meant MSNBC.com readers   (newsbusters.org) divider line 64
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2014-08-07 11:28:07 AM  
4 votes:
l.wigflip.com
2014-08-07 10:36:42 AM  
4 votes:
"Do you support firearms?"
"Yes."
"How about like if I was hunting some deer."
"Sure."
"Or like shooting some pheasants with a gun."
"Yeah that's fine."
"Or like public carry at the gun range."
"Sure."
"Do you support public carry of firearms?"
"I suppose."
"How about like I'm on the street, just walking around with a weapon."
"Well, umm, I guess that's OK."
"How about like at the mall or grocery store?"
"Why do you need a gun at the mall?"
"Just in case one of them uppity blacks starts shooting people."
"What?
"OK, what if I had a large assault-style rifle, a big barreled gun in your supermarket?"
"I don't know."
"It's semi-automatic. It's not a REAL assault rifle hahaha. It's not an uzi. Come on. Just me. You know me. Hypothetically."
"Umm."
"What if I was at a bar. You know, I'd never drink at a bar, I'd just be walking around with my assault rifle making sure no fights break out."
"Huh?"
"What about if I brought it to your place of work?"
"I think we should stop talking."
"How about if I was at your kid's school? With a gun, you know, on my person. It could be a pistol. I have to admit it'd probably be a big ol assault rifle though."
"No, God no."
"How about if I came over for dinner and I had a big gun on me."
"I don't like where this is heading."
"What about if I was in your closet, carrying a firearm, while you were sleeping? You know, for protection."
"I don't want to talk to you anymore."
"Fine lady. What if I had it held up to your head sort of sideways like?"
"Go away from me!"
"What if I shot you in the face and blood spattered all over your head but I needed to because the apocalypse came and Jesus had returned for the Rapture and the world was all Mad Max and only the strong survive so f*ck everyone! WHAT THEN?"
2014-08-07 10:17:11 AM  
4 votes:
i.imgur.com
2014-08-07 09:52:24 AM  
3 votes:
upload.wikimedia.org
2014-08-07 09:51:47 AM  
3 votes:
An online poll returning an unlikely outcome? Someone let President RON PAUL know, I'm sure he'll do something about it.
2014-08-07 09:49:34 AM  
3 votes:
Gun grabber. Penis Comparison. Whatever Markley's Law is. 2nd amendment. Libtard. Psychopath with fear issues. Mancard.jpg. Fatguyincamo.jpg. Thread covered. We can all go home.
2014-08-07 09:41:15 AM  
3 votes:
MSNBC viewers really exist? They can read?

Color me doubtful.
2014-08-07 02:22:50 AM  
3 votes:
Conservatives are highly overrepresented online, even on "liberal" sites.  Something about near total anonymity seems to attract people who love to spout hateful, anti-social garbage.


Trailltrader: Prog's have been told this over and over again. And you still don't believe it.


Told what?  That we must be pants-shiattingly terrified of everything and everybody in the world around us at all times and spend hundreds or thousands of dollars to arm ourselves against the infinitesimal chance that something bad will happen to us that guns could solve instead of make worse?
2014-08-07 11:14:18 AM  
2 votes:

The Name: Rwa2play: 1) A lot of us "liberals", "progressives" are for the 2nd Amendment and would continue to support it.
2) The difference between us is that we're not advocating a return to the Wild farkin' west that Mr. Trailtrader seems to imply.

If you support the second amendment, then you in effect support a return to the wild west, because it's the second amendment that makes it nearly impossible to pass common-sense gun control.

Hey, how about this idea: maybe it's time to put aside our mindless devotion to every farking thing the Founding Fathers (peace be upon them) wrote and thought, and do what makes sense for people in THIS millennium.  Every single consumer product is subject to regulation if we the people decide through our representatives that said regulation is needed.  Guns are the only consumer product that that basic, common-sense principle doesn't apply to, thanks to the second amendment.  Unless you really believe that we need about one gun per person in this country to stave off an ever-present threat of tyranny, what farking sense does that make?


Yes, the complete lack of consumer and safety regulations on firearms is astounding.
2014-08-07 10:54:57 AM  
2 votes:

Click Click D'oh: enry: If you go out and ask a dozen random people who represents gun manufacturers, you'll get over eight that say it's the NRA and maybe one or two that has heard of the NSSF.

So, fact is established by the near unanimous consent of the ignorant masses?  Interesting.  Does this apply to all fact or just ones that you are mistaken about but really really really want to believe?


It's the liberal way.
2014-08-07 10:22:19 AM  
2 votes:
As i have been assured by Farkers that gun ownership equates to small penises.

All this poll does is show how many small penises there are in the liberal community.
2014-08-07 10:18:03 AM  
2 votes:

The Voice of Doom: [i.imgur.com image 558x981]


Well that's a smoking gun right there.
2014-08-07 10:00:19 AM  
2 votes:

AngryDragon: dookdookdook: Conservatives are highly overrepresented online, even on "liberal" sites.  Something about near total anonymity seems to attract people who love to spout hateful, anti-social garbage.


Trailltrader: Prog's have been told this over and over again. And you still don't believe it.

Told what?  That we must be pants-shiattingly terrified of everything and everybody in the world around us at all times and spend hundreds or thousands of dollars to arm ourselves against the infinitesimal chance that something bad will happen to us that guns could solve instead of make worse?

You have lost.  Get over it.

[jpfo.org image 500x377]


Once the public is made aware of the massive spike in violent crime directly attributable to these concealed carry laws, that trend will begin to reverse.

/Just like the trend of same-sex marriages support will reverse once the damage of same-sex marriage is exposed.
2014-08-07 09:57:31 AM  
2 votes:

Arkanaut: People can both support the rights to carry arms in public AND certain gun control measures. The two are not mutually exclusive. I suspect most gun owners recognize this.


PICK A SIDE FENCE SITTER!
2014-08-07 09:55:19 AM  
2 votes:
i58.tinypic.com
I bet Jeremy did it.
2014-08-07 09:54:35 AM  
2 votes:
s2.quickmeme.com
2014-08-07 09:52:35 AM  
2 votes:
These bait-and-switch headlines are so clever...oh, sorry.. I meant retarted.
2014-08-07 09:49:36 AM  
2 votes:

Arkanaut: People can both support the rights to carry arms in public AND certain gun control measures. The two are not mutually exclusive. I suspect most gun owners recognize this.


wrong.  if you own a gun that must mean you want to wave it around in public!
2014-08-07 09:48:27 AM  
2 votes:

Trailltrader: Prog's ...


Progs?

www.progarchives.com
2014-08-07 08:45:28 AM  
2 votes:

Trailltrader: Prog's have been told this over and over again.  And you still don't believe it.

OK so lets try this real world example: someone in your family gets mugged, and afterwards you think "Gee, if I'd only had a gun".

Welcome to the NRA, we've been protecting your firearm rights since 1889, and we're the oldest civil rights organization in the world.


Liberals, now in prog form.
2014-08-07 07:14:11 AM  
2 votes:
what to "carry a gun in public" means....

To "leftists/libtards/progs":

d1odfg5a9rhrg8.cloudfront.net

To "conservatives":

a57.foxnews.com
2014-08-07 04:44:11 AM  
2 votes:
Lemme guess. This was a online poll. Wonder if info about the poll got passed around sites where those concerned about 'gun rights' might have found out and been a bit over represented.

And the NRA doesn't represent gun owners. It represents gun manufacturers.
2014-08-07 06:10:53 PM  
1 votes:

bigdog1960: born_yesterday: Trailltrader: Prog's have been told this over and over again.  And you still don't believe it.

OK so lets try this real world example: someone in your family gets mugged, and afterwards you think "Gee, if I'd only had a gun".

Welcome to the NRA, we've been protecting your firearm rights since 1889, and we're the oldest civil rights organization in the world.

Jesus Christ; laying it on a little thick in the profile, aren't you?

Let's get real world. I go to home depot for a tool. I have to walk by some asshole with an AR 15. During the day, why doesn't the asshole have a job.


So even though you would be at home depot at the same time, why would you assume someone else there didn't have a job? Unless that means that you also don't have a job. If you don't have a job why are you wasting your time coming up with dumb-ass theoretical scenarios?
2014-08-07 05:16:19 PM  
1 votes:

PreMortem: I'm sure Tom Selleck guides policy.


Said no one in this thread.

So did you come up with a list to support your 'It's the truth that the NRA board is primarily made up of gun manufacturer CEOs" statement yet?

Or are you admitting that your explicit statement is a lie?
2014-08-07 05:11:48 PM  
1 votes:

Sergeant Grumbles: FilmBELOH20: May I offer an answer as well? No, I wouldn't have a problem with it at all, so long as it was not something that could change every four years with a new administration. Further, I have no problem with registration, and I also don't have a problem with folks who call for gun owners to be insured. As many have stated before, you need to do all of those things with a car - why not with a gun?

But here's where the line on where I would support those things 100% or not at all is at: If I have to jump through all of those hoops - just like I do in order to drive a car - then I want to be able to carry my weapons just as freely as I can drive a car. In other words, if I'm licensed in North Dakota to carry my firearm, then I want that transferrable when I visit California, New York or Chicago. National Shall Issue Concealed Carry is the only way to go.

I think gun insurance needs to be a thing before I'll get behind any national permit. I assume gun insurance will calculate your location and intended use of a gun when determining your premium. If your intended use is to carry every day in a major metropolitan area, as opposed to never leaving your property in Bumfark, ND, I expect there to be a difference in premiums based on the risk inherent in each situations. Once that issue has been dealt with, I'm all for a national permit. It's up to the individual gun owner to determine what he is and isn't willing to pay for.


If, according to people that what gun control, the chance of me ever needing to use my gun to defend my self is miniscule, which means the chance of me hitting an innocent bystander is even more miniscule, why should I have to waste money on insurance?
2014-08-07 03:03:09 PM  
1 votes:
Gun threads on fark are awesome. It's like a scene from "One flew over the cuckoo's nest". Nurse Ratched has just gotten all the patients settled down, complacently listening to elevator music, and Randle McMurphy (subby) throws a ounce bag of meth in the middle of the floor.

Best show in town.
2014-08-07 01:47:57 PM  
1 votes:

enry: Frank N Stein: enry: Frank N Stein: Bilgewater: I'm a liberal living is a liberal state (Massachusetts) and I think they make it way too hard to get a gun here. I mean before you can by a gun you have to take a gun safety course. You have to prove that you can handle it safely and demonstrate that you know which end of the gun the bullet comes out of.
Ain't nobody got time for that!
When I want a gun to shoot something I want in NOW!. Why should I have to prove to anybody that I know how to handle it? It's not like I'm driving a car or anything.
farking fascists.

This was a really cringeworthy attempt at humor.

So you're in favor of those requirements?

Just because I put my dick in your mom's mouth last night doesn't give you the right to put words in mine.

Ok there Internet Stud.  So you want to pew pew things right now and who gives a damn if I know what end points where?

/that explains why my mom called and just laughed for 15 minutes straight


Hope you have unlimited voice on your phone plan if your mom calls after every time she S's the D
2014-08-07 01:15:47 PM  
1 votes:

Bilgewater: I'm a liberal living is a liberal state (Massachusetts) and I think they make it way too hard to get a gun here. I mean before you can by a gun you have to take a gun safety course. You have to prove that you can handle it safely and demonstrate that you know which end of the gun the bullet comes out of.
Ain't nobody got time for that!
When I want a gun to shoot something I want in NOW!. Why should I have to prove to anybody that I know how to handle it? It's not like I'm driving a car or anything.
farking fascists.



Cut out the redundant bit for you.  You're welcome.
2014-08-07 12:30:55 PM  
1 votes:
hell yeah I'm a moderate

I get to piss off BOTH sides

the best thing in life is pissing off a majority of people

I am a toddler

catch ya on the flip side!


i.imgur.com
2014-08-07 11:33:55 AM  
1 votes:

HeadLever: The Name: If you support the second amendment, then you in effect support a return to the wild west, because it's the second amendment that makes it nearly impossible to pass common-sense gun control.

This this the same 'common sense' that comes from a person that advocates killing of Republicans in the Bundy threads?

If so, I'll pass thankyouverymuch.


Yeah, whatever, Cletus.

www.addictinginfo.org
2014-08-07 11:29:50 AM  
1 votes:

Satan's Superfluous Nipple: bdub77: Satan's Superfluous Nipple: Except I generally think most liberals have anger issues and they want to ban guns because they know they can't trust themselves to not go postal over every little thing. And then they project their emotional instabilty on everyone else.

That's because you have shiat for brains.

And you just helped reinforce my view of liberals.



Oh, noes! Right winger has pre-conceived notions of liberals reinforced after posting inflammitory rhetoric specifically designed to do so!!
2014-08-07 11:22:39 AM  
1 votes:

BMulligan: The funny thing is that I never really considered firearm regulation a big issue. Sure, I favored some reasonable tightening up of the existing regulations, but nothing too serious and it certainly wasn't a priority for me. But then I started interacting with actual gun nuts, and my whole attitude changed. People (some of them are in this very thread) who start foaming at the mouth every time the subject of firearms comes up are weird and scary, and have finally convinced me that there are quite a few people who can't be trusted with a squirt gun, much less an actual weapon. Were it not for the NRA and its acolytes, I would be far less concerned about controlling access to firearms.

Just last week I was in Harrison, Idaho and stopped in for a beer. There was a guy wearing a T-shirt with an illustration of an AK-47 or similar, with text that read "Why do I need it? I didn't, until I found out it pissed you off." That's the one guy in the room who absolutely shouldn't be allowed anywhere near a gun (or sharp objects, for that matter).


So I take it you didn't find this guy funny?

i.imgur.com
2014-08-07 11:17:35 AM  
1 votes:

bdub77: Satan's Superfluous Nipple: Except I generally think most liberals have anger issues and they want to ban guns because they know they can't trust themselves to not go postal over every little thing. And then they project their emotional instabilty on everyone else.

That's because you have shiat for brains.


And you just helped reinforce my view of liberals.
2014-08-07 11:11:44 AM  
1 votes:

dookdookdook: Conservatives are highly overrepresented online, even on "liberal" sites.  Something about near total anonymity seems to attract people who love to spout hateful, anti-social garbage.


Trailltrader: Prog's have been told this over and over again. And you still don't believe it.

Told what?  That we must be pants-shiattingly terrified of everything and everybody in the world around us at all times and spend hundreds or thousands of dollars to arm ourselves against the infinitesimal chance that something bad will happen to us that guns could solve instead of make worse?


well you guys are certainly pants-shiattingly terrified of firearms for one.
2014-08-07 11:05:24 AM  
1 votes:

BMulligan: Fark It: BMulligan: dittybopper: The National Shooting Sports Foundation is the lobbying group that represents firearms manufacturers.  The NRA is the lobbying group of gun *OWNERS*.

Repetition isn't argument. No matter how many times you repeat your claim, it remains nonsense.

You misquoted ditty, he's not the one claiming that the NRA is the lobbying arm of the gun industry.

At best gun manufacturers are neutral on banning private sales.  They would actually stand to benefit if there was a ban on private sales, it would drive more people out of the secondary market and into gun stores.

I quoted him correctly. Read it again.

redmid17: BMulligan: dittybopper: The National Shooting Sports Foundation is the lobbying group that represents firearms manufacturers.  The NRA is the lobbying group of gun *OWNERS*.

Repetition isn't argument. No matter how many times you repeat your claim, it remains nonsense.

When NPR and Bloomberg say the nra doesn't rep gun manufacturers, you'd think people would be more receptive.

Right now the repetition without support is saying that the nra support the gun manufacturers despite multiple boycotts organized against them by the nra.

And yet those manufacturers continue to provide significant financial support. Go figure.


Millions of dollars aren't insignificant, true. They are, however, dwarfed by the roughly 50% of the $250 million budget provided by the members.

If you want a real world, classless analogy, here's one: The NRA is the heavy drinking husband who makes a bunch of money. The NSSF is the quiet wife who gets smacked around when she "says  something stupid."
2014-08-07 11:03:04 AM  
1 votes:

The Name: Amending the Constitution to enshrine firearm ownership as a basic human right, or at least creating an amendment that could be interpreted as doing such, is probably the most short-sighted thing the Founding Fathers (peace be upon them) ever did.  And yes, I'm counting the slavery stuff.


Gun ownership is worse than slavery.  Got it.

And I bet you think only the gun rights crowd engages in hyperbole and says stupid shiat.
2014-08-07 11:03:00 AM  
1 votes:

firefly212: From coming to town after Columbine

...


Thank you for confirming you lack on knowledge regarding the real world.
2014-08-07 10:59:41 AM  
1 votes:

firefly212: Trailltrader: Prog's have been told this over and over again.  And you still don't believe it.

OK so lets try this real world example: someone in your family gets mugged, and afterwards you think "Gee, if I'd only had a gun".

Welcome to the NRA, we've been protecting your firearm rights since 1889, and we're the oldest civil rights organization in the world.

As a Coloradan, Fark the NRA and the donkey show they rode in on. From coming to town after Columbine to fighting against the ability of psychiatrists to stop mentally unstable people from getting guns to fighting universal background checks, fark you in every way imaginable. I have a gun, and I like it very much... my roomate also as a gun, and he likes his very much... background checks were not cumbersome, and in the event that I become mentally incapacitated, I WANT someone to take the damn gun away.

You jackasses are protecting murderers and the insane, at the expense of law-abiding, gun-owning citizens. You are to gun rights what WBC is to traditional heterosexual marriages... you're so farking over-zealous and unreasonable that you're turning all sane and rational people against you.


It sounds like you have anger issues. Maybe someone should take your gun away.
2014-08-07 10:59:40 AM  
1 votes:

Great_Milenko: Fark It: qorkfiend: You are asserting that the NRA does not encourage behavior that is of direct benefit to gun manufacturers?

The National Rifle Association of America (NRA) is an American nonprofit organization whose primary mission is "[to] protect and defend the Constitution of the United States...", especially the right to keep and bear arms.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Rifle_Association

No, and neither does the NRA.

Please.   All NRA propaganda agents talk about is your right to buy firearms.  They're protecting the ones you have is secondary to making sure you buy more.


If the antis didn't go after that right too then maybe the NRA wouldn't harp on it as much...

Click Click D'oh: enry: The magazines, though, are chock-full of gun industry ads.

Holy Crap Batman, a magazine called American Rifleman has shooting sports related ads in it!111ONE!!!111

How the fark did that happen!

Oh, the humanity!!!


This proves that the NRA is in the pocket of the gun industry!  Which is not what I'm arguing!  Only that the NRA doesn't represent its members!  Think of the little guy!  Like Bloomberg.
2014-08-07 10:55:32 AM  
1 votes:

Trailltrader: Prog's have been told this over and over again.  And you still don't believe it.

OK so lets try this real world example: someone in your family gets mugged, and afterwards you think "Gee, if I'd only had a gun".

Welcome to the NRA, we've been protecting your firearm rights since 1889, and we're the oldest civil rights organization in the world.


www.btchflcks.com
2014-08-07 10:52:51 AM  
1 votes:

enry: The magazines, though, are chock-full of gun industry ads.


Holy Crap Batman, a magazine called American Rifleman has shooting sports related ads in it!111ONE!!!111

How the fark did that happen!

Oh, the humanity!!!
2014-08-07 10:50:39 AM  
1 votes:

enry: If you go out and ask a dozen random people who represents gun manufacturers, you'll get over eight that say it's the NRA and maybe one or two that has heard of the NSSF.


So, fact is established by the near unanimous consent of the ignorant masses?  Interesting.  Does this apply to all fact or just ones that you are mistaken about but really really really want to believe?
2014-08-07 10:37:30 AM  
1 votes:

dobro: 88% of those polled don't understand the second amendment. It says nothing about carrying in public, open or concealed, and only guarantees the right of ownership for the purposes of a "well regulated militia".


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2014-08-07 10:33:12 AM  
1 votes:

bdub77: AngryDragon: You have lost.  Get over it.

[jpfo.org image 500x377]

One of the great things about our country is that we can change laws. And the world is ever so slowly moving away from violence as a means to an end.

So. Get over it.


Riiiiiiiiight
2014-08-07 10:31:56 AM  
1 votes:

Epic Fap Session: karnal: Epic Fap Session: karnal: TwistedIvory: Once again:

http://www.theliberalgunclub.com/

There are more of us out there than you think.

Maybe we should start a database.

This is what derpers projecting their fears onto others looks like.

Go ahead.


Looks as if someone projected their derp all over your face. Here's a tissue.  Clean yourself up.

Sick burn. I bet you're the funniest guy in detention.

Only paranoid people think there is any possible scenario where "leftists" come for your guns. It is a delusion you share with many other nut bags.


Ok Ok....it's kind of hard to have a serious conversation with you when you have that derp all over your face....wipe it off and then we can talk.
2014-08-07 10:30:36 AM  
1 votes:
I'm a gun owner. To me, the NRA is just one more organization that claims to speak for me, and doesn't. Like the Klan, or Men's Rights advocates.
2014-08-07 10:28:26 AM  
1 votes:
Latinwolf: Less than half of the NRA's income is from membership dues and program fees. The majority is from contributions, grants, royalties, and advertising, and the firearms industry.
2014-08-07 10:20:03 AM  
1 votes:

grokca: Liberals, now in prog form.


it's like regular liberal but with a bunch of noodly guitar solos that go nowhere
2014-08-07 10:07:20 AM  
1 votes:

BlindRaise: The gun control debate is ultimately not about keeping people safe from crime, it's about power.


Yeah, it's all about power. There's no desire to reduce the high incidence of mass shootings when compared to the rest of the developed world or preventing people like Adam Lanza from having easy and immediate access to military-grade weaponry.

You've figured it all out. Good job.
2014-08-07 10:05:01 AM  
1 votes:

AngryDragon: You have lost.  Get over it.

[jpfo.org image 500x377]


One of the great things about our country is that we can change laws. And the world is ever so slowly moving away from violence as a means to an end.

So. Get over it.
2014-08-07 10:01:32 AM  
1 votes:

Sergeant Grumbles: I think you'll find most Americans don't mind people carrying guns so long as they A) have sufficient reason to and B) aren't obnoxious or dangerous about it.

A hunter, during hunting season, possibly even wearing hunter's orange, has his rifle with him when he gets gas or grabs some McDonald's so no one swipes it out of the back of his truck? Most people would fail to see an issue.
Waltzing into the downtown Chipotle of a metropolitan area dressed like you're ready to hit the bars, making a spectacle of yourself by brandishing the weapon, all because MAH RIGHTS? Is it any surprise people who don't see an issue are branded guns nuts?

Conceal carry? Keep your pistol on you for whatever reason you feel, but don't advertise it and don't intentionally escalate any conflict? I doubt most people would take offense.
Wear your pistol on your hip so everyone can see you're packing, and strut around like this is the Wild West, because you're that afraid you need a visible deterrent to crime, or again, MAH RIGHTS? Is it any surprise people who don't see an issue are branded guns nuts?


Open carriers are the bronies of the gun rights world.  Sure, you can do it, but people are going to shield their kids from you and keep an eye on you until you leave the area.
2014-08-07 10:01:32 AM  
1 votes:
88% of those polled don't understand the second amendment. It says nothing about carrying in public, open or concealed, and only guarantees the right of ownership for the purposes of a "well regulated militia".
2014-08-07 09:55:27 AM  
1 votes:

Wellon Dowd: Trailltrader: Prog's ...

Progs?

[www.progarchives.com image 382x266]


img.fark.net

Yes, Progs
2014-08-07 09:53:34 AM  
1 votes:
oh boy, another main page crosspost
2014-08-07 09:52:22 AM  
1 votes:

grokca: Trailltrader: Prog's have been told this over and over again.  And you still don't believe it.

OK so lets try this real world example: someone in your family gets mugged, and afterwards you think "Gee, if I'd only had a gun".

Welcome to the NRA, we've been protecting your firearm rights since 1889, and we're the oldest civil rights organization in the world.

Liberals, now in prog form.


img4.wikia.nocookie.net
2014-08-07 09:52:21 AM  
1 votes:

uber humper: HOw else are you gonna protect yourself from all the other crazies out there with guns?



The Ebola Squirt Gun always worked for me.

img.fark.net
2014-08-07 09:51:06 AM  
1 votes:
You should have the right to carry guns in public. I think most people genuinely agree if they really think about it.

However, consider that you also have the right to fart in an elevator. (call it freedom of expression)

Understanding the difference between a right and a good idea is important.
2014-08-07 09:51:06 AM  
1 votes:

doublesecretprobation: what to "carry a gun in public" means....

To "leftists/libtards/progs":



To "conservatives":


Bingo. Liberals can be fine with gun ownership and concealed carry without LARPing the movie Red Dawn.
2014-08-07 09:48:57 AM  
1 votes:

Arkanaut: People can both support the rights to carry arms in public AND certain gun control measures. The two are not mutually exclusive. I suspect most gun owners recognize this.


No, much like supporting traffic laws means you are anti-automobile, supporting gun laws makes you anti-gun.
2014-08-07 09:47:30 AM  
1 votes:
Here in Texas you can buy your gun in the same store you buy your beer. And they don't sell coffins. But they do sell condoms. Almost one stop shopping for that first date with a Goth.

img.fark.net
2014-08-07 09:45:54 AM  
1 votes:

doublesecretprobation: what to "carry a gun in public" means....

To "leftists/libtards/progs":

[d1odfg5a9rhrg8.cloudfront.net image 480x467]

To "conservatives":

[a57.foxnews.com image 850x478]


yeah.  and if that prog decided to rob that bakery, he'd kill both those morons before either of them had time to aim and fire their weapon.
2014-08-07 08:34:06 AM  
1 votes:

enry: Lemme guess. This was a online poll. Wonder if info about the poll got passed around sites where those concerned about 'gun rights' might have found out and been a bit over represented.

And the NRA doesn't represent gun owners. It represents gun manufacturers.


The National Shooting Sports Foundation represents gun manufacturers, their literature actually comes with most new guns in this country.  The NRA represents ~5% of gun owners (yet has become a convenient, pejorative way to refer to anyone who doesn't espouse any and all gun control proposals from Bloomberg et. al....).  The NSSF represents gun manufacturers.
2014-08-07 05:38:44 AM  
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Trailltrader: Prog's have been told this over and over again.  And you still don't believe it.

OK so lets try this real world example: someone in your family gets mugged, and afterwards you think "Gee, if I'd only had a gun".

Welcome to the NRA, we've been protecting your firearm rights since 1889, and we're the oldest civil rights organization in the world.


Progs? Wasn't that something to do with the Power Rangers?

I'm not surprised at that poll. It's a common delusion among conservatives that liberals are anti-gun. It's more like anti-crazy people getting guns, which the NRA is all for. Too bad the NRA has been taken over by gun manufacturers and zealots.
2014-08-07 01:58:11 AM  
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Prog's have been told this over and over again.  And you still don't believe it.

OK so lets try this real world example: someone in your family gets mugged, and afterwards you think "Gee, if I'd only had a gun".

Welcome to the NRA, we've been protecting your firearm rights since 1889, and we're the oldest civil rights organization in the world.
 
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