posted on 07/15/2011 11:29:55 AM PDT
Mark Levin described our current media on his show, -- As a pass through for this administration's propaganda.
posted on 07/15/2011 11:35:28 AM PDT
***...by requiring gun dealers in California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas to report bulk sales of automatic weapons.***
Assuming they mean Semi-autos, does CALIFORNIcatiA even sell them?
posted on 07/15/2011 11:37:06 AM PDT
by Ruy Dias de Bivar
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posted on 07/15/2011 11:48:26 AM PDT
posted on 07/15/2011 11:54:57 AM PDT
("If you can't make them see the light, let them feel the heat." - R. Reagan)
Can somebody direct me to the part of the Constitution where it states that people DON’T have the right to buy multiple quantities of any type of arm without law enforcement knowing?
posted on 07/15/2011 11:57:00 AM PDT
("To understan' the livin', you gotta commune wit' da dead." Minerva)
Something that I think is worth mentioning here is a reminder of Time Magazine's response years ago to the outraged response to their "issue" which was called (IIRC) "Death By Gun." It was a blatant anti-gun propaganda piece, and when the editors were confronted on it, they sent out letters saying that they didn't care about the truth, since "gun control" was far more important.
The media hasn't changed any over the years.
posted on 07/15/2011 12:02:16 PM PDT
(Do I really look like a guy with a plan?)
To: Kaslin; sickoflibs; stephenjohnbanker; DoughtyOne; calcowgirl; Gilbo_3; NFHale
One need look no further than CNN, where syndicated columnist (and PJMedia contributor) Ruben Navarrette Jr. delivered a whopper of a lie Thursday, claiming that the administrations attempt to create rifle reporting requirements actually affects machine guns. He claimed: The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has decided to try to clean up Dodge City by requiring gun dealers in California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas to report bulk sales of automatic weapons.
Dumb@#s Navarrette strikes agian!
Over 1,400 ATF-walked guns are still walking around Mexico. At least another 200 walked into Honduras. When will the next one show up at a murder scene and where?
Gunwalker: Smoking Gun Email?
An internal ATF email seems to support the assertion that Fast and Furious was a PR stunt for gun control.
posted on 07/15/2011 12:04:52 PM PDT
(Wranglers not Levis. Levi Strauss is anti-2nd Amendment.)
Do you remember the part of the Constitution where it says that people have the right to buy two or more automatic weapons within five days without law enforcement knowing anything about it? Me neither.
So the writer believes the only rights us citizens have is what is specifically written in the Constitution. So where is the part that says, specifically, that women have a right to abortion?
Also, if Zero was a Repub, Gunrunner, or walker, whatever, would be front page news and top of the hour reports every day.
posted on 07/15/2011 12:14:53 PM PDT
(Prayer. It's freedom of speech.)
We have no media. We are living 1984.
Something I “just don’t understand.” There is a Pulitzer Prize sitting on a shelf somewhere looking for a recipient. If one single reporter decided to really go after any of the things we “vaguely hearing about” ... they would achieve real (and deserved) fame and fortune. Obama’s illegitimacy, Gunwalker ... any of these things. The stuff going on in this administration is a MOUNTAIN of material that someone could use to EXPOSE the whole mess .. or in this situation ... just pick a mess, they seem like cherries on a tree! But “they” would rather report the “Same ‘ol” and become mediocre rather than Pulitzer Prize-Winning Famous! Some of these folks need to read Jonathan Livingston Seagull and depart from the Breakfast flock. Why do they not see the opportunity, why do they not reach for it? So ripe for the picking, yet ignored. Amazing. There’s got to be at least ONE journalist out there that hasn’t been brain-dimmed by his/her college education.
posted on 07/15/2011 3:46:47 PM PDT
posted on 07/16/2011 8:34:22 AM PDT
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