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A Progressive Priority: Celebrity Gun Buy-Backs

Raymond166 Wrote: Dec 23, 2012 11:55 AM
First one needs to understand what the press and liberals are calling an “Assault “ is not an “Assault” rifle it is a semiautomatic and fires only a round for each pull of the trigger. A true assault rifle continues to fire round for as long as the trigger is pulled. Secondly most of what was banned was cosmetic in nature, no folding stock, no pistol grip handle, no mount for a bayonet. When was the last time you read of someone being bayoneted? The only true assault being pushed is against the second amendment, and against millions of law abiding, gun owning citizens. I suspect most criminals will ignore the ban as they do all laws
darkkstar Wrote: Dec 23, 2012 2:47 PM
Once they take the assault rifles, they'll point to some video of skilled trick shooter getting off 6 rounds out of his revolver in under 3 seconds as proof that we gotta get rid of revolvers. No matter the soundbite, the goal of the left is to disarm American citizens. This statement: "When the left reaches across the isle, they're taking your wallet." In the case of guns, they'll reach across the isle to take assault weapons & semi-autos, then pumps, revolvers, slide actions, bolt actions, ammo, pellet guns, bb guns, squirt guns, nerf guns. Then only criminals [and their allies in government] will have guns.

It is, perhaps, the ultimate “do as I say, not as I do” scenario: progressive entertainment stars and politicians telling us that we shouldn’t possess firearms.

So now would be a good time for American progressives to rise up and do for their icons, as their icons seek to do for us: it’s time for an entire movement of celebrity gun buy-back events.

Gun buy-back events, if you’re not familiar, have been proliferating nationwide over the past decade or so. They usually involve a local law enforcement agency setting-up a designated time and location where individuals can hand-over...