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Posted: 9/12/2001 9:24:04 PM EDT
So the morning of the disaster, a TV reporter picked a man on the street to interview. He was trying to set the guy up. Q. "So how are you feeling about all this? Are you going to go buy some ammunition??" A. "Yes." Q. [accusatory tone] "[u]Why?[/u] Why would you [b]want to buy ammunition.??[/b]" A. [cool, matter-of-fact tone] "Well, I have some, but I don't have enough." Result: reporter looks like dumbs*it after trying to make firearm owner look like crazed gunman. Firearm owner came out looking like the more rational of the two.
Link Posted: 9/12/2001 9:43:07 PM EDT
Originally Posted By prk: "Well, I have some, but I don't have enough."
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Duh! Why else would someone buy something.
Link Posted: 9/12/2001 9:44:08 PM EDT
I think this would be the answer any self-respecting gun owner would give.
Link Posted: 9/12/2001 9:51:49 PM EDT
I noticed that early on, the Reporters really really wanted to say the these planes were highjacked with guns. You could totally see it in their faces, even adding "knives and guns may have been used". The only reports available claimed that knives and box cutters were used, no mention of guns. These pieces of crap have no shame, and would have used pictures of guns on every telecast to push their anti-gun propaganda. "See! this is why we are not safe", GUNS! Notice that there are no pictures of knives anywhere on the news interface. All of a sudden, the blame goes to the "Terrorist" instead of inanimate objects. The bias is unbelievable.
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