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      Leftist Liberal Media stories favor gun control by 8 to 1.

      The modern day propaganda machines show extreme bias against gun rights. This report doesn't even mention CNN, interesting how CNN comes up with poll numbers like 77% of Americans wish to ban so called assault rifles, which is a lie. They must poll NY'ers in New York City and report it as Americans as a whole to shape public opinion.

      ABC, CBS, NBC Slant 8 to 1 for Obama's Gun Control Crusade | Media Research Center

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      You know, I'm so sick and tired of all these liberals playing their "Useful Idiot" supporting roles for an Agenda about which they have absolutely ZERO clue.

      Fear not. For they'll learn soon enough the importance of the gun.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Huckleberry44 View Post
      You know, I'm so sick and tired of all these liberals playing their "Useful Idiot" supporting roles for an Agenda about which they have absolutely ZERO clue.

      Fear not. For they'll learn soon enough the importance of the gun.
      While this may be true, don't you hate the fact that they want to drag us down with them in their quest for utopia?

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      The American media has learned volumes from Josef Goebbels, the Third Reich’s propaganda minister. One of his favorite lines was, “If you tell a lie often enough it becomes the truth.”

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      I do not disagree with the OPs statement. However I have to add, that we have let this happen. The silent majority just sits around until something is threatening there way of life, there beliefs and so forth. We should of been yelling from the roof tops, years ago.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SouthernBoy View Post
      While this may be true, don't you hate the fact that they want to drag us down with them in their quest for utopia?
      Of course I do. I've never in my life been so incensed on a daily basis. It's actually affecting my health.

      Right around half of the guns I own were handed down to me by my father. Some of them are extremely valuable, but they're all priceless no matter what they are as they symbolize the relationship I've had with my dad. Each firearm bears some sort of memory. These guns are the only physical legacy my dad can pass on to me, so when I think of some PoS knocking on my door to just take 'em and and grind 'em up, I cannot begin to tell you how it makes me feel. What's even more tragic, is that I can't express my feelings FULLY without fearing my own government. It's beyond comprehension.

      I love how they use the tragedies committed in gun-free school zones as the "logical" blueprint for transforming the entirety of America into one. The absolute stupidity of such thinking is almost laughable.

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      Accidentally double-posted... Sorry!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Huckleberry44 View Post
      Of course I do. I've never in my life been so incensed on a daily basis. It's actually affecting my health.

      Right around half of the guns I own were handed down to me by my father. Some of them are extremely valuable, but they're all priceless no matter what they are as they symbolize the relationship I've had with my dad. Each firearm bears some sort of memory. These guns are the only physical legacy my dad can pass on to me, so when I think of some PoS knocking on my door to just take 'em and and grind 'em up, I cannot begin to tell you how it makes me feel. What's even more tragic, is that I can't express my feelings FULLY without fearing my own government. It's beyond comprehension.

      I love how they use the tragedies committed in gun-free school zones as the "logical" blueprint for transforming the entirety of America into one. The absolute stupidity of such thinking is almost laughable.
      Well stated and I agree with your feelings about your father's legacy in arms passed on to you. Those firearms are now your property, they represent something which is wrapped in memories and as such, they are priceless. The arrogance and audacity of those who would do as you say, reduce them to so much melted metal, is worse than appalling and unconscionable.... it is downright criminal.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SouthernBoy View Post
      Well stated and I agree with your feelings about your father's legacy in arms passed on to you. Those firearms are now your property, they represent something which is wrapped in memories and as such, they are priceless. The arrogance and audacity of those who would do as you say, reduce them to so much melted metal, is worse than appalling and unconscionable.... it is downright criminal.
      You sure said it there, amigo!

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      I'm currently reading John Lott's The Bias Against Guns. I always knew the bias was there, but it is a little shocking to see it all laid out in its grotesque fullness. While not as good as Lott's More Guns, Less Crime it's an OK read and contributes importantly to pro-2Aers understanding of what we are up against.

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      If you want to know what it's all about, watch Curtis Bowers' "Agenda: The Grinding Down of America." That will tell you all you need to know and it is not gun related, per se, but rather offers perspective on where our government is trying to go and how they've achieved what they've done so far. If you haven't watched it, you're in for a bit of a surprise to say the least.

      Go to Vimeo.com. Last time I checked, that was the only place I could view the documentary in its entirety. Curtis Bowers is a former Idaho State Rep. Smart guy. And the "players" in the documentary are all VERY credible folks. Might make yourself a stiff drink before watching (if you're a drinker).

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      The first book I ever read about the political side of firearms was called "The [no] Right To Bear Arms" (the word "Right" was stricken out with a slash and replaced by "No". The author was Carl Bakal and I still have this book. In the first few pages of the book, he related an incident that happened in the early hours of November 22, 1963 (yes, THAT November day) in Falls Church, Virginia, a small city of 2.2 square miles. Well I lived in that city and well remember the incident. The emergency sirens woke me up.

      A man had gone into a cemetery, sat up against a tree, put the business end of a shotgun in his mouth, and sent his soul into eternity. I knew his nephews and other members of his family. Another incident he related was about a family that lived just outside of Falls Church. The mother bought a .38 Special revolver at a local department store, waited until her children came home from school, then shot all four of them as they arrived home. Then she killed herself. The date was February 14, 1964. Her husband was my fifth and sixth grade principal. I saw him six weeks after the murders. Talk about aging. My wife dated a boy who's family bought that house a few years after the murders.

      Anyway, the premise of the book is the same we see today. That no one has the right to bear arms and that the villain is the NRA. Somethings never change.

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      http://www.law.harvard.edu/students/...useronline.pdf

      Now the 8 to 1 leftist media is again attempting to form public opinion by plastering a study by JAMA which has no relevant support to come to the conclusion that states that have less restrictive gun laws have more murders and suicides. To the contrary, the report by a Harvard think tank comes to a very, very different conclusion in theory and fact. In a nut shell those nations with less firearms and heavier restriction's have substantially higher murder and suicide rates than those who do not. Go figure?

      "If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.” Joseph Goebbels quote.

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