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Piers Morgan Freaks Out, "Do You Want a Tank?"

Mike107 Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 1:35 PM
I can answer his questions completely. Yes the 2nd amendment affirms my right to own a tank. It even affirm my right to own a nuclear missile. A nuclear bomb would not technically me an arms but a missile would. However the material to make a nuclear armed missile can and is highly restricted as it should be. The 2nd amendment affirms my right to own arms and it does not allow for any form of restriction. There is no exceptions. If something can be deemed an arms I can not be restricted in any way. Regulating or registering are both forms of restrictions and are infringement on my right. Doing background checks for more than just a criminal record is also infringement. An amendment is the only legal way.
OneForFreedom Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 2:03 PM
Agreed. Could someone buy a bulldozer to show Piers that neither a tank (nor ammunition) is not needed to take out his house?
OneForFreedom Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 2:04 PM
"is not needed" should be "is needed" or "is necessary"

Last night St. Louis radio host Dana Loesch went on CNN to "debate" Piers Morgan about gun control. The problem? Every single time Morgan asked her a question, he rudely interrupted her answer and went on an anti-gun tirade. At the end of the segment, Morgan got so angry that he crumpled a piece of paper and threw it across the desk. Just this week, Loesch explained to Morgan that an AR-15 uses .223 ammo after he said AT-15 rifles use .233 ammo.

"Do you want a tank? DO YOU WANT A TANK?!"


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