Skip to comments.Bloomberg's Phony Fudd Ads Run in 13 States
Posted on 03/24/2013 11:03:33 AM PDT by backwoods-engineer
Colorado has fallen, and NYC Mayor Bloomberg's "Mayors Against Illegal Guns" is rejoicing. And, they are pressing on to destroy gun rights in other states they see as vulnerable.
Below is an image from Bloomberg's $12 million ad campaign that will be running in North Carolina, and 12 other states: Arkansas, Arizona, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, New Hampshire, Nevada, North Dakota, Ohio and Pennsylvania.
I am sad to see this targeted at my state, because many people will go along with it, right up until the whole state is disarmed.
WHEN WILL GUN OWNERS FIGHT BACK?
(IMAGE: Doomberg's Fudd actor, with booger hook on bang switch.)
In the ads, we have an actor (WITH FINGER INSIDE THE TRIGGER GUARD) dressed up in Cabella's best, sittin' on the tailgate of his putative huntin' truck, portraying an "Elmer Fudd" hunter type who wants to ban those eeeevil black rifles, as long as his huntin' gun is untouched.
The whole thing is as phony as a Mississippi travelin' snake oil salesman. We know Bloomberg wants to ban everything: rifles, handguns, and shotguns. He wants these United States to be just like England, completely disarmed, except for the crooks, the bodyguards of the elite, and the government.
This is what the Fudd actor holding a shotgun says in the ad: "I believe in the Second Amendment and I'll fight to protect it. But with rights come responsibilities. That's why I support comprehensive background checks so criminals and the dangerously mentally ill can't buy guns." A second spot shows the same guy saying, "Background checks have nothing to do with taking guns away from anyone."
What a load of horse hockey.
The euphemistic "universal background checks" that Bloomberg seeks is a COMPREHENSIVE NATIONAL DATABASE OF GUNS AND GUN OWNERS. That is a requirement for confiscation, as has been seen in California, New York, England, and Australia.
When was the last time a criminal submitted himself to a background check to buy a gun? In fact, the 5th Amendment releases them from having to go through them! Don't believe me? Read Supreme Court case ruled in Haynes vs. U.S. (1968), where the Court ruled that convicted felons have a Constitutional right to not register a gun, because to register a gun would be self-incrimination. Only people that aren't criminals can be punished for not registering. If the criminals aren't required to register, but you and I are, why bother passing so-called universal background checks?
Power and control, that's why. Bloomberg wants this nation to reach the point where if the cops see anyone with a gun, anywhere, at any time, they are automatically a criminal, and can automatically be gunned down by "The Only Ones" on the spot.
That, friends, is tyranny. And most people in this country, sad to say, will swallow it whole to buy for themselves the illusion of safety, in the chains of slavery. And people like me will suffer and die for it.
***as long as his huntin’ gun is untouched. ***
Nothing new. Back in 1968 the same thing happened. Some Gun owners were shown as not being afraid to register their guns in hopes of other gun owners falling in line.
Anti-gun Ads in:
Arkansas, Arizona, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Nevada, North Dakota
hee hee hee
No chance on these. The rest of the list? I do not know.
I’ll tell you about one of the other states on that list.
I’ve lived in Maine for over twenty years, and the 2nd Amendment is as popular here as it is in Texas.
Sure, we have our moonbats,(as does Texas), especially in southern Maine and in some of the affluent communities in northern coastal Maine, but from what I’ve seen here, people are armed to the teeth and they aren’t going to give up their guns. No way, no how. Hunting and firearms are very popular in this mostly rural state.
Plus, we have a conservative TEA Party guy as governor, Paul LePage. He has appeared at Second Amendment rallies and has said that as long as he is governor, he will protect the Second Amendment. The governor has also stated that he has a conceal carry permit. Gov. LePage has a history of not taking any crap from democrats.
Our two U.S. Senators, however, are a problem. Susan Collins is up for re-election in 2014, and she is shaky on gun rights.
Angus King, our so-called “Independent” senator, is a lib. He took money from Bloomberg during last year’s senate campaign, and recently he’s been visiting Maine high schools expressing his support for “universal background checks.” Olympia Snowe was no conservative, but her replacement, Angus King, is worse.
I hope the NRA starts to air their own ads. At the very least, the powers that be should remove the make and model of the firearm from any background check, as well as the serial number.
Adolf Blloooominnut, the next step?
Put those who do not obey in the Gulag’s Stalags.
Who’s money is he using? Overtaxed NYers?
Against the law to remove serial numbers. LOL! I know what you mean. No registration means we get to keep what’s ours. That’s pretty odd huh? Getting to keep what you worked for and paid for. It’s almost anti-radical left wing extremist demokkkrat scumbag kind of thinking. Keep thinkin’ that way.
Thanks for the info about Maine.
I knew a little bit about the Senators, but not about the strong support for 2nd Amendment.
The only effective ad would be to have female victims describe how they successfully fought off attackers or home invasions with a gun. Liberals won't listen to facts, only emotions.
I remember the NRA had a series of TV ads entitled “I Am The NRA” a number of years ago.
One of the ads featured an actress who is a gun owner.
I forget her name, but she played the wife of Ray Krebs on the “Dallas” TV series.
Your idea to have ads with female victims discussing how they fought off attackers and/or home invasions is a great idea.
I decline to remain a law-abiding-citizen regarding laws in conflict with the Constitution. Therefore I exercise my Fifth Amendment rights and will not register any weapon or apply for any permit.
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