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CNN/Piers Morgan interviews Michael Moore on guns:

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Gun Nut

Carroll, OH

#1 Jul 24, 2012
Earlier tonight, on FOX, I viewed and listened to Bill O'Reilly bloviating about guns and gun laws that he knew, or cared to know, little if anything about as he shouted at a man who did. Same said, later on CNN, as Piers Morgan [nitwit twit Brit] interviewed Michael Moore the "Bowling for Columbine" media whore. I do not need either of them speaking for me, or for the founding fathers and their intentions regarding the Second Amendment. The Founding Fathers believed in fighting for "individual rights", including our collective ones concerning guns, or "arms" that could cause oppressors and invaders and criminals some harm. No, more federal funding for mental illness/pschobabbling professionals is not what we pray for or are willing to pay for. No, fellows, I am not "afraid", despite my having more than one gun for defense and for fun. I wonder why Piers Morgan and Michael Moore don't need one? Unlike me, is their safety paid for or guaranteed. No, most of us do not wish to depend on the police or the National Guard to protect us from harm by being exclusively armed. I was a cop and a member of the Nasty Guard too. Last night, Piers Morgan did a similar interview with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomturd. Oh, what has to happen before we give government more power and more of our rights? What will it take to make all the bad things go away? They babble about "the children", but we the people do not want to be helpless unarmed chilren, at the risk of being harmed while armed.
Gun Nut

Carroll, OH

#2 Jul 24, 2012
O'Reilly kept babbling and shouting about people not needing "heavy weapons". The AR-15-type rifle is not heavy, but is rather light in a fight, easier to carry and to shoot. The .223 bullet is not a high-powered/heavy bullet either. Others keep babbling about "automatics" and "machine guns", while ignoring reminders that they are federally regulated and recorded...like the FFL dealers and people who try to buy them or sell them. These media whores babble about gun laws and needing more, while the present ones concerning guns are ignored.
Brenda

United States

#3 Jul 24, 2012
Go blow yourself
Fan of Leon The Man

Carroll, OH

#4 Jul 24, 2012
See, cyber-chatter does matter! Occasionally and rarely, real writing may be created from or inspired by it, or even nitwit bullshit.

Leon Harrison
West Carrollton, Ohio
Tuesday, July 24, 2012

To: The Editor

Subject: Bill O’Reilly and Piers Morgan gun-interview news

“O’Reilly and Morgan gun-interview news”

Earlier tonight, on FOX, I viewed and listened to Bill O'Reilly bloviating about the recent Aurora, Colorado shootings/murders/wounding; and guns and gun laws that he knew, or cared to know, little if anything about as he shouted at a man who did. Same said, later on CNN, as Piers Morgan [nitwit Brit twit] interviewed Michael Moore on the tenth anniversary of his "Bowling for Columbine" movie. Note: I do not need either of them speaking for me or for the founding fathers (regarding
their intentions regarding the Second Amendment). The Founding Fathers believed in fighting for "individual rights", including our collective constitutional ones concerning guns; or "arms" that could cause oppressors and invaders and criminals some harm. I have toured Boston, Breed’s Hill, Lexington, Concord and Philadelphia.
No, more federal funding for mental illness/psychobabbling professionals is not what most of we the people pray for or are willing to pay for. No, fellows, I am not "afraid", despite my having more than one gun for defense and for fun. I wonder why Piers Morgan and Michael Moore do not need guns. Unlike me, is their safety paid for, provided or guaranteed? No, most of us do not wish to depend on the police or the National Guard to protect us from harm, them being exclusively armed, even if they could or would. I was a cop and a member of the Nasty Guard.
Last night, Piers Morgan did a similar interview with New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Oh, what has to happen before we give government even more power and more of our rights? What will it take to make all the bad things go away? They babble about protecting "the children", but we the people do not want to be their hapless helpless hopeless defenseless unarmed children; and most of us are willing to risk being harmed while shooting at mean criminal people who are armed and shooting too. I may or may not be in touch, but I do not trust government much; no matter their chatter or how much they cuss and fuss and wonder and worry and pout and shout about what is wrong with us.
On FOX, Bill O'Reilly kept babbling and shouting about people not needing "heavy weapons". The AR-15-type rifle is not heavy, but is rather light in a fight, easier to carry and to shoot. I guess that my prettier older wood-stocked Ruger Mini-14 is less mean. The .223 bullet is not a big heavy bullet. Other people keep babbling about "automatics" and "machine guns", whether or not they may legal, while ignoring reminders that they are federally [state and county] regulated and recorded...like the FFL dealers and people who try to buy them, sell them or carry them concealed. Too many media people babble about gun laws and needing more, despite and while the present ones concerning guns are violated and ignored.
Before emotionally expressing their outrage and regrets, media and PAC people could also scan and surf the net to get what they ought to get, confirming their facts instead of attacking with a lack of facts. I wish that some of them among the dumb of them would remind New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg [Piers Morgan’s guest last night] and his fellow [and female] nagging-nanny gun [owner/NRA?] hating mayors that nobody besides their constituents, outside of their respective cities, voted for, anointed, appointed, elected or selected them to speak for or represent me or anyone else besides themselves.

Leon Harrison
West Carrollton, Ohio
Hot Mike

Dayton, OH

#5 Jul 25, 2012
One armed citizen in the theatre could have stopped the crazy man who was receiving a government grant.

Is there a correlation between goverment grant recipients and craziness?

Perhaps armed citizens should be monitoring the behavior of all crazy people receiving government grants?

http://washington.cbslocal.com/2012/07/24/jam...
Gun Nut

Dayton, OH

#7 Jul 25, 2012
They were all supposedly geniuses but they just could not see it! They smiled. Had he been a Christian, a veteran, a former cop, an NRA member, a gun owner, or a Tea Party person they would have profiled him without smiling and been bitchin' about him with their suspicions.

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