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Posted: 9/11/2002 2:14:29 PM EDT
Why do they always find some parinoid guy to talk about guns rights? The guy seemed to be doing well talking aobut personal freedom and gun rights but them he started talking about sinister government groups that influenced the event around September 11th to benefit big oil companies. When pressed for details on these sinister groups he got cryptic and suggested Bush's links to oil company were evidence of the plot. They then played a tape of the guy, "linked to militias" in Flathead county that was arrested for plotting the murders of judges and local police. The guy called a talk show last September 11th and told his buddies if they lost "comm" they should to their assigned location and not give up their weapons. Reportedly, the same guy threatened suicide when arrested by police. The sad thing is most people associated these nuts with all gun owers.
Link Posted: 9/11/2002 10:35:08 PM EDT
Have you not yet learned that NLPR is a handmaiden to HCI? I have yet to hear the 1st pro gun story there. I hope all those faggots die of aids.
Link Posted: 9/11/2002 10:39:21 PM EDT
Thats hilarious!!(yet tragic) They want a guy to talk about guns so they get someone from the Montana militia.LOL!! Why not just get Tony Montana?
Link Posted: 9/12/2002 4:51:10 AM EDT
I'm not sure if this article refers to the same NPR taping but it does address their anti-freedom stance: Gun Control Debate on NPR "Are gun shows, Tupperware parties for terrorists?"-NPR On Monday, June 10th, National Public Radio taped a live debate on gun control in San Antonio, Texas at the Witte Museum. The debate focused on the mythical "gun show loophole." Around 60-70 persons attended the live taping of Justice Talking at the Witte's Prassel Auditorium. Attending the debate was free of charge and open to the public. Several members of Students for the Second Amendment were in attendance, as well as state officers of Young Americans for Freedom, and many other members of the South Texas pro gun-rights community. As usual, NPR showed it's anti-freedom bias. The opening pre-recorded segment focused on an emotional testimony by the relative of a shooting victim. The reporter's leading questions fed the view that the shooter was less responsible for his criminal act, than the inanimate gun he used. Mr. Dave Kopel of the Independence Institute defended our right to keep and bear arms from the sniveling, whining, feel-good gun grabber the other side managed to dredge up. See Mr. Kopel's web page here: www.davekopel.org The anti-freedom side was represented by the vitriolic screed of Michael Beard, President of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence. Several times during the taping questions were taken from the audience. The overwhelming number of questions and comments were directed against the position of Mr. Beard. So much so, the moderator had to coax the audience for questions from the gun-grabbing side. Mr. Beard repeatedly invoked the 2nd Amendment focusing on the partial phrase, "well regulated militia." He danced around a definition of militia however. An audience member tried to enlighten Mr. Beard as to the true meaning of militia, defined in the US Code Title 10 Section 311. After another session of verbal tap dancing, Mr. Beard remained, unenlightened. After declaring that the Second Amendment did not enumerate an individual right to keep and bear arms, Mr. Beard found himself unable to reconcile his position with the fact that most state constitutions contain language specifying the individual right, even after being pressed on the point by a number of audience members. Clearly, if state constitutions enumerate an individual right, how then can it be that the Second Amendment would refer to a state's collective power? Mr. Beard could provide no answer to that question that would satisfy the audience. The demographic breakdown of the audience was typical for this type of event. Pro-Gun Rights audience members made up slightly more than half the crowd, and was largely comprised of jovial, conservatively dressed folks from early 20's to middle-age. The anti-freedom gang came across as typical "limousine liberals." They could be identified by their loose fitting, natural fiber clothing, leather sandals, while marinating themselves in patchouli oil, and wearing a perpetual scowl. ***No word yet on when this program will air. We'll let you know as soon as we get a confirmed date. Check back soon.***
Link Posted: 9/12/2002 5:18:35 AM EDT
"The anti-freedom gang came across as typical "limousine liberals." They could be identified by their loose fitting, natural fiber clothing, leather sandals, while marinating themselves in patchouli oil, and wearing a perpetual scowl." lmao!!!!!
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