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Progress: MSNBC Host Admits Gun Ownership Isn't a "Fringe" Thing

YassirSanchez Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 2:05 PM
Yet another liberal windbag who does not "understand why anyone needs a gun". What are the odds that this person works in a building with armed security protecting them while on the job. Armed securtiy at home so she is protected there. And she has armed body guards protecting her precious self any other time she is out in public with us dangerous serfs?
SteveL2 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 6:11 PM
It's a "bait-and-switch" situation.

The Left insists that you don't need "vigilantism" because we have a police force.

But they conveniently forget about all the court cases and protests the Left employed over the years to hamstring the police as well.
jtyme Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 7:05 PM
Ya know,
I have fire extinguishers in my home in case a fire breaks out. I don't wait for the fire trucks to arrive if I can possibly handle it with the extinguisher before it become a conflagration.

You know, the way an armed citizen can stop a mass murder before the police arrive.

For the past two months we've been hearing from progressives and certain politicians like Chuck Schumer that groups like the NRA and gun owners sit on the "fringe" of American society. Considering there are an estimated 60-90 million gun owners in America, that argument hardly holds water, but that hasn't stopped the media from reporting it. We saw MSNBC's Toure essentially say he thinks law abiding gun owners should be treated like sex offenders after The Journal News published the names, addresses and a detailed map of where gun permit holders living in Westchester County, New York. We've seen CNN...