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Korwin on CNN re: Colorado

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by RickD, Jul 23, 2012.


  1. RickD

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    #1 RickD, Jul 23, 2012
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    I was able to watch the video for only about the first 1/8th or maybe 1/4th mark before I had to turn it off.

    Korwin had just gotten finished telling that idiot (I use the term generically for CNN hosts) that firearms were much more readily accessible decades ago, and that something in society has inherently changed since those days. The CNN Idiot (tm) turns to the anti-gun guest, and says something like, "With the ease of access of firearms today..."

    Hah -- certainly no bias there! :upeyes: Of course, the title of the segment was already a tip-off that this would be about as serious a discussion as Obama and Bill Ayers pondering the historical inaccuracies of Dreams from my Father... :whistling:


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  3. RickD

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    I was not surprised to hear the gun-phobes decry the loss of the AWB in 2004.

    I was a bit underwhelmed with several pro-gun pols not bothering to mention that the AWB banned nothing more than combinations of bayonet lugs and collapsable stocks in the AR15.

    Lots of good rifles bought in that ten-year period.
     
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    Oh, they won't make that mistake again.