Skip to comments.Anthony Bourdain likes guns? (Vanity)
Posted on 11/24/2016 8:14:59 PM PST by Gamecock
Watching my favorite NY, alcoholic, heroin addict, liberal on CNN, he is out in New Mexico shooting with some locals.
He actually said he likes the way a gun feels in his hands. He talked about how people in that part of the country don't freak out when they see somebody with a gun, because everybody has one. He admitted he felt safe around these guys and all of their guns.
Sometimes I amazed at what I see on CNN.
He should feel real safe then in South Chicago!
Che and Fidel liked em too.
yup, commies love guns. They just don’t want everyone else to have them
In another episode he ate barbecue and fired automatic weapons with Ted Nugent.
Not sure how this affects his political leanings, maybe not at all. The writers write it, he does it.
Except he seems to “get it” when talking to these folks in fly over country.
I love to watch his travel/food programs. They are always informative and very interesting, regardless of his political proclivities that he seldom voices in his shows. He has a highly eccentric presentation that I really like.
He’s a lib. Once a lib always a lib. He likes how a gun feels in HIS hands. HE should be allowed a gun.
Used to have respect for him. Then, about 2007, he remarked that if you were over the age of 35 and wanted to get into the culinary field, to forget it. According to him, after 35, your tastebuds are shot, all your creativity is gone, and you don’t have the energy to keep up.
Being that I was working for my culinary degree at the time...at age 44...his remarks didn’t sit well with me. I am working currently in the culinary field, 9 years later.
Bourdain can get stuffed.
South bashing PC jackass metrosexual priss
From what I’ve seen of Bourdain, I’d rather hang out with him than with the people whining about him on this thread.
Yep, them's fightin' words!
Seriously: You don't find his vile political statements far more disgusting?
His ‘vile political statements’ didn’t offend me on a personal level while I was attending school, trying to better myself.
The part that honked me off is...OTHER CHEFS listen to him and respect him. His words carry weight among chefs, and it could make someone not hire me. I am thankful that I found bosses who don’t think like he does.
Yeah, he’s a rotten liberal. No doubt about that. Even so, he’s a (for reasons I’ll never understand) respected chef in the culinary world. That’s a world I’m a part of. That means SOME things he says carry more weight for me than others.
In Nicaragua, Bourdain drew a scathing contrast between the poverty of the people and the great wealth and hilltop mansions of the ruling Ortega family. I thought that unusual for CNN.
Nah, he’s fine. I could probably move politics to the back burner in my life if all liberals were like him.
There was one episode where he shot guns with some cowboys in the Southwest and liked it. I assume he was drunk, as usual.
Rachel Maddow fired an Uzi at a gun range in Nevada and said it was cool, but she still goes on anti-gun rants.
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