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Wayne Lapierre, head of the NRA, sat down with Megyn Kelly today to discuss why this Obama-endorsed UN Arms Trade Treaty that is only supposed to regulate global weapons sales is such a bad idea and why it will have an impact on US gun laws going forward:

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  • 911Infidel

    How exactly does the Useless UN plan on controlling the proliferation of the small arms trade in lets say Iran or Syria, or Russia or China? Hmmmm?

    What this treaty is is a third world idea that is designed to usurp the sovereignty of western nations…most especially the US.

    Its only natural that an anti-colonialist third-worlder like Obammy would align himself with that vote.

    Note to UN and all leftist swines everywhere: From my cold dead hands mofos.

    • WordsFailMe

      “If guns are outlawed, only Muslims will have guns.”

      • 911Infidel

        Seeing as how the OIC is running the UN anymore that is a very real possibilty. Well that and all the rest of the dictatorships around the globe…like Russia, China and Cuba… and your average socialist-commie-progressive western state.

      • keyesforpres

        Which would also cover “outlaws”!

    • PFFV

      Gun laws where ever they are only take guns away from law-abiding citizens NOT the bad evil people. Only a blithering liberal idiot thinks otherwise!

      Obama and his scumbag administration have been on record saying they want a One World Government, this is his first step towards Global Socialism; only for the civilized nations of course.

      The United Nations needs to be burned to the ground and bulldozed over! The U.S.A. doesn’t take orders from any other nation or entity, PERIOD!

      Try and take my weapons and you will be met with deadly force! The Liberals/ Democrats would love to pass Anti-Gun Laws. The last line of defense against a tyrannical government is an armed citizenry.

      • 911Infidel

        Yep. When only the government has arms, the people fear their government. When the people have arms, the government fears the people. Just go ask Janet Renos ugly little sister “Butch” over at DHS. All liberty gun owning citizens are on her “situational awareness” report. That twit ignors the elephant in the room which is Islam and CAIR, and all the Aknards and Achmeds in TSA, while decrying genuine patriots, and combat vets. These people are just plain out and out EVIL to their core.

        • librtifirst

          I totally agree. For me, this is the scary thing. This was July of 2001, before 9/11, and during the Bush Admin. The federal government has been after our constitutional rights for a long time.

          • 911Infidel

            That’s been going on for about 40 years now. But if I was in that class I would have nailed that Nazi to the wall and lost my job.

            • librtifirst

              I have talked to a city cop who has gone through this type of training. He does it to keep his job, but knows better. I guess that we just have to hope that it is the same with the majority of police.

              • 911Infidel

                That explains alot of things. There is alot of really dumb cops out there. There ARE still a few good ones around. Even in Iran there are a few good cops. Its all about upbringing.

  • WordsFailMe

    After guns sales skyrocket, what to you called it when they go up again?

    By the way, got mine right by the door and one in every room. Stop by anytime, TSA, USPS or Black Panther Pissants and pick ‘em up.

  • Alborn

    You know I was really surprised when a friend who does self defense classes for all types of groups said if we did not have a shot gun in every room we were not well defended. We kept one in the basement and one upstairs but never thought you needed one in every room. I guess we will be buying a few more shotguns before they outlaw them.

    • keyesforpres

      My one concern of having one by every door is a bad guy would have easy access to it, if he broke in.
      Maybe every room, but hidden.

      • librtifirst

        That is why I keep them under my bed, and at the doorway of the bedroom. Glock 21 with strobe light and lazer under the bed, and Saiga 12 with a drum mag at the door.

  • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

    Get the UN the he!! out of the US and the US out of the evil UN.

    • librtifirst

      Next you are going to say that the Federal Reserve is evil. Watch it, you might be sporting tin foil pretty soon. :)

      • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

        hey, you know me better than that! I’ve got a whole outfit made of the stuff, remember?! ;-)
        Seriously, I agree though. Abolish all of it. It’s evil and unnecessary except to the one world order dictator wannabes.

        • librtifirst

          So now you are an abolitionist? Terrorist! :)

          Did you get that, CIA/Google?

          • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

            I’m sure my name is on a few lists somewhere with red flags. :-)
            Night librtifriend!

            • librtifirst

              Good night.

  • keyesforpres

    Of course the UN is lying…it’s being run by the OIC- Organization of Islamic COOPERATION….taqiyya in order to advance islam. They know it’s difficult to take over a country where the citizens are armed.

    I also don’t believe our Founders intended for us to follow any treaty that would take away our God given right to self defense.

    The one thing all mass murders had in common during the 20th century: The gov’t took away their citizens’ guns.

    • Rshill7

      Yep. You probably already know this, but in Switzerland it is a requirement that citizens have guns and maintain them. It has been that way for centuries. It is reported that Hitler did not attack them for that very reason. Also, Japan did not attack the US mainland for similar reasons……“we would find a rifle behind every blade of grass.” (Yamamoto)

      Let’s keep it that way!

      • KenInMontana

        At least the Swiss government gives their citizens a battle rifle and ammunition.

        • librtifirst

          If we have to be a welfare state, why not have welfare gun programs?

      • Captain_Maynard

        Yamammoto never said that. Spurious quote often attributed to him. Once again, your truthfulness is doubted.

        • Rshill7

          And once again, put up or shut up.

          In other words, prove it private.

          • Captain_Maynard

            Lol. I love how you can tell an ignoramus from the way he talks (in this case, the way he writes). Good day shill.

            • Rshill7

              You must read your own schtuff. I didn’t think you did.

              • PFFV

                I support nearly 100% of Rshill7’s comments! Captain you come off like an uneducated liberal.

                • Rshill7

                  That is extraordinarily nice. Thank you very much for this.

                • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                  I ditto what PFFV said mybear!

                • Captain_Maynard

                  My response to PFFV applies to you too. Here it is:


                  Support away. Doesn’t make him right.

                  ‘Uneducated Liberal’ eh?

                  Even factcheck.org (which educated conservatives are often using to their own advantage) says Shill is spreading c**p and doesn’t really know what he’s saying:
                  http://www.factcheck.org/2009/05/misquoting-yamamoto/

                  Take a look at the link and then reconsider who really comes across as uneducated.

                  PS Only uneducated liberals come out with statements like you just did btw:

                  ‘I support nearly 100% of Obama’s comments! And everyone who disagrees with him comes off like an uneducated conservative hillbilly.’

                  If this is the quality of conservative opinion and thought on this site, I think I (and many others, mind you) am in the wrong place.

                  Good morning.

                • Captain_Maynard

                  Support away. Doesn’t make him right.

                  “Uneducated Liberal” eh?
                  Even factcheck.org (which educated conservatives are often using to their own advantage) says Shill is spreading c**p and doesn’t really know what he’s saying:

                  http://www.factcheck.org/2009/05/misquoting-yamamoto/

                  Take a look at the link and then reconsider who really comes across as uneducated.

                  PS Only uneducated liberals come out with statements like you just did btw.

                  “I support nearly 100% of Obama’s comments! And everyone who disagrees with him comes off like an uneducated conservative hillbilly.”

                  If this is the quality of conservative opinion and thought on this site, I think I (and many others, mind you) am in the wrong place.

                  Good morning.

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

              Captain, I usually agree with quite a few of your comments. You’re an intelligent Captain, but mybear is intelligent too, and this comment went over the line some.

              • Captain_Maynard

                You’re great ABiC. Respect you lots.

                But if you’re on here often, which I know you are, you’ll know that Shill often dishes it out far more than he gets back. I tend to ignore him far more than I indulge him. My comment on this occasion has some history behind it. Shill doesn’t show to others anything near the respect you think he deserves. And the Mods here always give him a free pass (apparently coz he’s a regular poster). So to conclude, sorry to disappoint you but … :¬|

                …Stand by what I said.

                Good morning.

        • keyesforpres

          Well, I’ve read that some Japanese leader did say that. He’d gone to college here and knew everyone had guns.

          • librtifirst

            I believe that i have seen a documentary with that in it. It’s been a while though.

        • Nukeman60

          In 1960, Robert Menard was a commander aboard the USS Constellation when he was part of a meeting between United States Navy personnel and their counterparts in the Japanese Defense Forces.
          Fifteen years had passed since VJ Day, most of those at the meeting were WWII veterans, and men who had fought each other to the death at sea were now comrades in battle who could confide in each other.
          Someone at the table asked a Japanese admiral why, with the Pacific Fleet devastated at Pearl Harbor and the mainland U.S. forces in what Japan had to know was a pathetic state of unreadiness, Japan had not simply invaded the West Coast.
          Commander Menard would never forget the crafty look on the Japanese commander’s face as he frankly answered the question.
          ‘You are right,’ he told the Americans. ‘We did indeed know much about your preparedness. We knew that probably every second home in your country contained firearms. We knew that your country actually had state championships for private citizens shooting military rifles. We were not fools to set foot in such quicksand.
          ‘ – Christian News (a Lutheran journal published in New Haven, Missouri) published on 4 February 2002

          Does it matter what dead Japanese leader actually said it? The sentiment was there to stop them from attacking the mainland after Pearl Harbor.

          • Rshill7

            I believe Yamamoto said it. We could have dueling quotes and footnotes till the cows come home. I think they should stay out in the pasture. A quote from 2002, even referring to 1960, is not very impressive. No more impressive than he who challenged the quote I used.

            The quote I used is widely attributed to Yamamoto. Widely.

            Yes, it matters. I prefer being correct, and I believe I am, otherwise I wouldn’t have typed it out. I am growing weary of folks like “Captain” Maynard challenging my truthfulness like there were some reward for it.

            If I am wrong I will apologize, correct, and retract. When someone provides proof, as challenged earlier, I will do precisely that. This ain’t it, sir.

            • keyesforpres

              My dad is a big WWII buff and he told me recently that a Japanese leader did in fact say that. I think he told me the name, but I forget. He said the guy had gone to college here in the 1920’s so he knew firsthand that Americans were armed.

              I don’t understand why Capt. got nasty with you. If he thought you were wrong just say so and supply proof.

              • Rshill7

                Yamamoto studied at Harvard.

                • keyesforpres

                  Then he’s probably the guy!

            • Nukeman60

              Fair enough, I guess. I’ll stay out in the pasture.

              • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

                I like having you in the pasture. It’s fun out here! :-D

          • Captain_Maynard

            No it really doesn’t matter who said it if one’s being honest. But when Shill (who often claims to be the fount of all knowledge) comes out, with such confidence, and attributes a statement spuriously to such a key historical figure, for the sake of teaching him some manners, correcting him was an opportunity not to be missed. Certainly not by me.

            • Rshill7

              However, you didn’t correct anything. If correction was what you intended, you failed miserably. Your non-argument was nothing more than, nuh uh. If nuh uh, is a correction, you must assume every reader’s head is full of whiteout.

              • Captain_Maynard

                LOL. Again, Yamamoto never said such a thing. You lie. Brains die. I mean, there’s such a thing called google. Use it pops.

                And dude, whatever you come back with, not that interested. Done arguing facts with an immature keyboard warrior. I mean its one thing to call names over an opinion, like you’re often doing to me and others on this blog. But this is historical fact. Just like Antoinette never said ‘let them eat cake’, Yamamoto never said what you claim he did. It is only the ignorant who go around bandying about the claim that he did say that. For all your ‘conservative’, lets-all-back-Romney noise, you’re just a blow-hard ignoramus.

                • gilleysuited

                  You have no idea what yamamoto said. You didn’t spend every day of your life with him. did you? If you think Factcheck is the end all to be all, your futtin nucks!

                • Captain_Maynard

                  Oh so we can just make up quotes now can we and then attribute them to people without any proof that they said them ? Fine. I’ll go first. Did you hear about the one from ‘gilleysuited’? He said of himself very recently: “What a futting nuckjob I am. I am so r**arded I don’t know what I’m talking about half the time.” Honest on my life that’s what he said.

                • gilleysuited

                  You nitwit, I didn’t say he said or didn’t say it, I said YOU don’t know If he did or didn’t! Nitwit!

              • Captain_Maynard

                Thought I’d throw you a bonus too, pops.

                http://www.factcheck.org/2009/05/misquoting-yamamoto/

                Felt sorry for ya.

                • Rshill7

                  That’s proof? No, it isn’t. If I were trying to quote something someone said in a court of law, and the stenographer records indicated otherwise, you’d have a point. As it is, you don’t.

                  You started hating me while you were slandering John Roberts and picking his bones apart with hatred, assumptions and accusations you couldn’t possibly know were anything even remotely accurate. When will it end? Kneejerk slanderer.

                • Captain_Maynard

                  Alright then pops. Just goes to show, with all the proof in the world, you can never convince a fool he’s a fool.

                • Rshill7

                  Not true. You’ve convinced me that you are indeed, precisely that.

                • Captain_Maynard

                  I write: “Just goes to show, with all the proof in the world, you can never convince a fool he’s a fool.”

                  You reply: “Not true. You’ve convinced me that you are indeed, precisely that…”

                  Wait, so what are you saying? Takes one to know one? You’re a fool who can spot another fool?

                  My goodness. Talk about trying too hard for a comeback.
                  For crying out loud pops, respect yourself and get lost!

                • Rshill7

                  :-)

                • Rshill7

                  Not only do I still believe he said it. I believe he said it several different ways, on several different occasions.

      • capelady

        I think Hitler didn’t attack Switzerland because they have the Alps to protect them and they remain neutral. It is true that Japan did not attack the mainland because they knew Americans were armed. The second amendment has protected us from foreign enemies… it looks like we now have more to fear from the domestic ones!

        • Rshill7

          Hitler wanted their gold Ma’am. If the Alps came into his decision, I haven’t read that, but I have read the other. Thanks for responding. I appreciate all responses.
          Sometimes I kick’em in the neck, but I appreciate them nonetheless :-)

  • 4Hoppes2

    What a giant step in keeping our sovereignty.

    As a reply to ABC

  • Rshill7

    There’ll be a LOT of dead folks wearing blue helmets… one “behind every blade of grass”.

    Ya’ reckon Fast and Furious had anything to do with helping sell this UN pig?

    I want to see those documents that Holder is uh, with-holder-ing. I want to see ‘em!

    Anybody see the article in Fortune Magazine about Fast and Spurious, I mean, Furious?

    Senator Chuck Grassley has a response to it. Google or Yahoo it one time.

    • Cindy09

      Especially the paperwork pertaining to the Holy Land Foundation that he has keyed up!!

    • 4Hoppes2

      Sen. Grassley’s response was even good Binging it.

      • Rshill7

        Who would be allowed to enforce such a treaty?

        “The Posse Comitatus Act is a federal law passed in 1878 which limits the powers of the federal government to use the military for law enforcement. It generally prohibits federal military personnel and units of the National Guard under federal authority from acting in a law enforcement capacity within the United States, except where expressly authorized by the Constitution or Congress. The Coast Guard is exempt from the Act. Because of this act, the military may generally not be used to maintain “law and order” on non-federal property.”

        • 4Hoppes2

          I sure wouldn’t want the same folks involved in the oil for food scandal, or the same folks that would allow hundreds of thousands to die from starvation for lack of pesticides. The very same cretins that cultivate the use of condoms to stop the spread of HIV, or people that have done little to help Haiti in their recovery. The very thought of the U.N. on our soil enforcing a treaty to disarm us is frightful to contemplate.

          • librtifirst

            That will be the day that I will have to leave my home. They know who has what, and will lock us down and go house to house.

            Foreign troops have been training in the US for martial law, and for many years.

        • Cindy09

          Via shoebat.com, I found the following interesting article:

          Obama covering up deep penetration of military by Jihadist Soldiers

          100 Maj. Hasans Inside Military?

          Fifth Column: The FBI is investigating more than 100 Muslim soldiers and military contractors with the potential to carry out Fort Hood-style attacks. The administration has kept a lid on the growing threat.

          It’s covering up the truth about an alarmingly widespread Islamist penetration of the military. The dangerous fifth column was discovered more than two years after Army Maj. Nidal Hasan opened fire on fellow soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas, killing 13 and wounding 29.

          The administration whitewashed the jihadist massacre as a run-of-the-mill case of “workplace violence.” Now it’s trying to postpone Hasan’s trial until after the election to keep Islamic terrorism out of the headlines.

          http://news.investors.com/article/617087/201207031909/jihadist-fifth-column-in-military-alarmingly-large.htm

          • keyesforpres

            Muslims should not be allowed into our military. I consider all of them potential jihadists.

        • WordsFailMe

          Obama will activate the TSA and the USPS to collect arms.

          RShill what do you say we get together and enact the Posse Kissymyass Act.

          If we let them take our guns today, there will be no tomorrow. If they try to take our guns today, they will have no tomorrow.

          • Rshill7

            By unanimous consent. Yes :-)

            This is for your precious wife sir, and many other wary, weary, folk out there:

            “Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather, be afraid of the One who can destroy both soul and body in hell.” (Matthew 10:28 NIV)

            Life is wonderful, the moment of death, fleeting…eternity is where it’s at…forever.

            • http://no-apologies-round2.blogspot.com/ AmericanborninCanada

              Amen!!!

              YAY!

        • librtifirst

          From what I understand, other laws have been passed nullifying Posse Comitatus. The guard went into New Orleans and confiscated guns. If it is illegal for them to do that, nobody seems to care.

  • welltempered2

    Watch at the 3:20 mark of the video. Is that an editorial coment by FOX?

    • WordsFailMe

      THAT was weird…

    • porightscoopfan

      that took some coordination between the FOX control room and the boom camera operator to get the angle of the pistol on that monitor to line up with the NRA leader’s head.
      And to think, they normally just pan around Megan’s legs for a subliminal effect.

      • Rshill7

        Oh, there are myriad responses to this. A veritable cornucopia of turkish and non-turkish delights. I shall resist each and every one of them and go about my merry way :-)

        • Cindy09

          Oh dear!! In the words of my precious mom: One should strong avoid those bacchanals!! :)

  • badbadlibs

    If Syria or any other muslim gets up and walks out, you know you’re on the right track.

  • Captain_Maynard

    If this goes through, its the signal for revolution. Lock and load folks.

    • williamm

      It doesn’t matter what the traitor signs regarding any treaty. It takes 2/3rds majority in the senate to ratify a treaty.

      • Terrenceor

        Is that supposed to make us feel better. All of these treaties are going to be brought to the Senate after the election during the lame duck session.

        • williamm

          No one is trying to tell you how to feel. I”m more concerned with what’s happening to this country than how you feel personally. To ratify any treaty it will still takes 2/3 majority in the senate even if Obama gets another 4 years. We need to gain more senate seats in November and use Obama’s desire to turn gun control over to the UN against him.

  • http://twitter.com/mjh4259 Mary

    Get the US out of the UN. Period.

    • keyesforpres

      …and the UN the he11 out of the US.

  • Hornet414fixer

    This really worried me today that the UN (thugs, despots and really an insane) bunch of unelected folks who want to change our way of life and should be kicked out of this country. We give them the majority of their funding. If they don’t like what the USA is about, they are free to go home their respected countries with my blessing. They want to take away our rights and make us a third world country and be the ruling class of the world? Give me a break! Go Home!!!!! That is why I joined the NRA today for three years. They want us unarmed so they can move “Forward” (Isn’t that Obama’s new slogan) to make us slaves? Who does this administration think they are by giving up our rights? They need to throttle back! See you in November!!!!!!!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/KYTC7EGQASGOTQYPY2KPC4XCZY Don

    Obama refuses to represent the best interests of the American people. He is determined to ram his unfounded libera insane misconceptions down out throats whether we like it or not. It is almost as if we have been taken over by a foreign power and the majority of the American people be damned. His lies and deceptions have become so obvious that if we let him destroy our way of life, then we will get what we deserve.

  • Siobhan7

    Why do I keep on getting the feeling that George Washington’s vision about the “Third Great Peril to the Republic” is about to happen?

    http://www.propheticroundtable.org/vision_of_george_washington.htm

  • Nukeman60

    I’ll give you my gun when you pry it from my cold, dead hands.

    I don’t care where this quote originated from (NRA slogan), but you can attribute it to me when they come to my door!

  • c4pfan

    Why is it the NRA gets away with giving money/support to Rats and then act surprised when this happens?

  • NJK

    Out of our cold dead hands. We’ll kill them first. This will be the last straw. Why are they continuing the charade that he’s legitimate? Because they’d be blamed for all of the deaths in Afghanistan, that’s why.

  • NJK

    “The beauty of the second amendment is that you’ll only need it when they try to take it.” ~Thomas Jefferson

    Maybe Benedict Roberts could call guns a tax?

  • dabbobean

    Obama supports this UN idiocy?…..Romney should beat him over the head with it twice a week from now until November.

  • CentralFlaGirl

    Listening to this makes blood shoot out of my eyes!!!!
    I had two Great Grand Fathers fight in the Revolutionary War, and
    I’ll be damned if the UN can take our gun rights away from us.

    Ya’all need to hear the new Pro-American, Pro-2ed Amendment rock band
    called Madison Rising sing their new song “Right to Bear (arms)”
    Get’s your patriotism boiling!!!

    If this link won’t work for you , just google Madison Rising, and you’ll find
    them…

  • CentralFlaGirl

    Patriotic Rock Band Stands With Starbucks Amidst Attack From Anti-Gun Lobby Group

    The NRA and other Second Amendment groups may have just found the best friend they could have ever hoped for – a new rock & roll band based out of New York named Madison Rising.

    According to the band’s website, “Madison Rising (www.madisonrising.com) promotes the principles of liberty, independence, smaller government and personal responsibility.”

    The band’s latest cause is to help bring awareness to the relentless attacks on one of the most cherished rights granted in the Constitution: The right to keep and bear arms. On January 30th, the band released a video for their single “Right To Bear.”

    Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/193315/patriotic-rock-band-stands-with-starbucks-amidst-attack-from-anti-gun-lobby-group/#Y2J8bSERIUFOQOpE.99

  • aZjimbo

    Excellent video.

  • hongryhawg

    What the NRA needs to do is start paying attention to whom they endorse. I am noticing more and more that if a politician endorses one of the NRA’s pet projects, they in turn endorse him, no matter how liberal he or she is on other subjects. The NRA should require a higher level of Conservatism from the beneficiaries of their endorsements. They are allowing themselves to be played. I am no longer a member of the NRA because, believe it or not, they are not Conservative enough. They are fast headed the losing way of the AARP. Don’t think that just because the NRA endorses a candidate, that candidate has your Conservative interests at heart. Pay attention, voters. The ba$tard$ are coming at us from all directions!

    • NCHokie02

      To the NRA’s credit though all they are looking at is that politicians stance on firearms and the 2d amendment. They aren’t looking to see what their stance is on abortion or the economy or the environment. They purely look at their stance and voting record on issues that affect the 2d Amendment and a citizen’s right to bear arms.

      They are a gun organization and thats what they lobby for. They don’t stick their nose in other issues. So sometimes they do give kudos to liberals because of that liberals voting record on firearms issues. If they are pro-gun then they let people know that they are pro-gun. I don’t think you should vote for someone based on one issue though.

      But I can’t completely blame them for sometimes endorsing liberals if the liberal stands with the NRA. I might disagree, but I understand.

      • Patriot077

        All true. The NRA has never claimed to be more than a single issue organization and that has been very frustrating. Still and all, at this stage of the game I think it behooves us to support every organization that supports the right to keep and bear arms.

  • NCHokie02

    Megan Kelley’s joke their kind of flopped at the end…”Guns are like lawyers, nobody likes them until you need one.” I’m glad Wayne looked at her like she was retarded and said no it’s about freedom. I love guns Megan, have I ever needed one in the states?? No, but I still enjoy having them in the house. I like Megan Kelley but that comment was idiotic.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2IASVDBUIJDAPOJTY5QEJLZ64I Hatski

    More slight of hand from obama the usurper, why is this moron still on office, when the evidence to remove him is in plain sight?, his “parents”…were NOT both US Citizens…he therefore is not, and never was qualified to serve as President….why wont people STAND up, and demand he be removed ?, are we more worried about black reprisal than we are about the collapse of America?…SNAP OUT of it people

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2IASVDBUIJDAPOJTY5QEJLZ64I Hatski

    Gun Control laws arent about Guns, they are about “Controlling those who HAVE guns”

    • James1754

      You hit the nail on the head!

  • http://profiles.google.com/jsgiunta Jim Giunta

    Without the Second Amendment, the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence are just flowery words on couple of pieces of parchment…

  • James1754

    Back door gun control supported by Obama and Hillary.

  • http://www.facebook.com/brandi.byers.9 Brandi Byers

    Please Please Vote AGAINST OBAMA!!!!!!!

  • banzi641

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  • http://profiles.google.com/quindan Daniel Quinn

    The U.n. is a worthless organization, and for them to try a perpetrate a fraud with this gun ban is despicable. What the US needs to do is Get The Hell Out of The UN!!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/RFHSCSB7B75PT6VCOXVWH7CEAQ El Mero Mero

    A well regulated militia, being necessary to the SECURITY of a FREE state, the right of the PEOPLE to keep and bear arms, SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED.

    Maine stream media always sales itself out, like a HARLOT with a $1000 business suite, to the evil illuminati, new world order, agenda 21, united nations, SSSSCUM. Don’t twist the words. Read the second amendment, you zombi people!

    To BEAR arms is a God given right:

    Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it, and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.
    Luke 22:36

    Know the truth and the truth will set you FREE!

  • yuer442

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