What do you make of David Gregory flashing what he described as a "30-round magazine" on "Meet The Press"? Did he violate the law? If so, what's worse: that he displayed the magazine or that he could apparently get it easily?
bud, you do the same thing so be sure to count yourself into that category.
Blanket - My thoughts exactly! Bud can't get on a level any lower.
Duh Bud, your standard of low level thinking get lower by the post.
This another good example of you playing the victim.
Duh Bud is just one wild and crazy woman. She goes about insulting people and then whines when she gets the insult tossed back.
Question, gdiafante. I've only asked a simple question about your [leader] yet I can't get a simple answer from one of you experts. So I'll ask another simple question: Why not?
When a dumb rock falls, does anyone care?
I cannot help the nagging suspicion all the uproar about the clip is an attempt to divert attention away from the murder of school children in Connecticut, gun violence, and talk of severe gun restrictions by starting another media circus and directing conversation away from those 'dangerous subjects' I mentioned.
Of course, I could be wrong.
I'm sure the dedicated gun enthusiasts will very quickly and nastily set me straight.
Well, Ask01, I think if you have the conclusion someone is going to point you wrong, you apparently knew you was wrong when you made your comment.
Common sense should tell you a gun doesn't kill anyone. Only a fellow human being does that when acting like as insane person.
I just heard a clip of Bill Clinton on the radio stating "I am setting up a guns in schools program to train . . . ." I bet he said that right after some mass shooting at a school when he was president. He apparently advocated armed officers in schools to protect children. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
Source; AP - 2000 - AFTER COLUMBINE. Oh please libtards respond to Bill's action on this issue in 2000. Are we gonna just keep burying our heads in the sand? Either get children back to God and respect, or arm the schools.
"Clinton announced $40 million in grants for 23 school districts that he said have found successful, comprehensive approaches to help troubled young people.
"These districts are bringing school nurses and counselors together to respond to warning signs like depression or bullying," Clinton said. "They are improving classroom security and expanding after-school and mentoring programs."
Clinton also unveiled the $60-million fifth round of funding for "COPS in School," a Justice Department program that helps pay the costs of placing police officers in schools to help make them safer for students and teachers. The money will be used to provide 452 officers in schools in more than 220 communities.
"Already, it has placed 2,200 officers in more than 1,000 communities across our nation, where they are heightening school safety as well as coaching sports and acting as mentors and mediators for kids in need," Clinton said."
That's different, budlight, Bill's a democrap.
Well, apparently the plan was OK if Bill hatched it.
Well, he didn't break a federal law which is too bad - for him. He broke a DC law and committed a felony. I'd love to see his lilly white pansie butt in the DC jail. He wouldn't fare well there. Not at all - and he'd leave walking kind of funny, too.
The only reason someone would say I was wrong in my reasoning was if I was actually right.
As I expected, the reason I added that last line, some of the fringe element did tell me I was wrong. I now feel totally vindicated that I was spot on in my assessment.
Loner is probably going to get his wish if this pair is the best the pro gun cabal has to offer.