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Discussion in 'Political Action Forum' started by ALMODUX, Oct 2, 2017.
Hillary likes taco meat.
Apparently, certain things are irresistible to others, as well.
Similar sentiments seem present around here with some....if you read.
For all those who's BS meter is out of kilter when reading the gospel truth on FB...
Geftman-Gold apparently mixed details of Sandy Hook and Las Vegas massacres in her attempt to make a point. To their credit CBS did quite properly fire her. Ya do wonder though... what was she doing at CBS in the first place.
And then we have this gem from wispete:
Leftist talking points were distributed quickly, I see.
"Gun control is a dead issue... After Sandy Hook it was determined that it was alright to shoot small children with a gun.
So it will continue shooting after shooting. Even the Supreme court agrees. God forbid if we lost the right to shoot people."
Sandy Hook happened in 2012 when the Dems controlled the US Senate. Why didn't they and the President do anything about it? What happened Harry Reid. Why nothing in 2013? Many a Repub is for "gun control".
The NRAs $2,500 yearly contribution to your congressman doesn't do diddly squat. It's your congressmans constituents who determine how he/she votes.
Like I said earlier on the original thread...I'm betting gambling losses.
Wasn't CBS where that liberal creative reporting interviewer Katie Couric stirred her cauldron?
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In 2016, Couric was an executive producer and narrator for the documentary Under the Gun, examining gun violence and gun control in the United States. The documentary was criticized for having an eight-second pause for "dramatic effect" inserted instead of the answer given to a question Couric posed to a gun-rights group in Virginia. An opinion piece by Madison Gesiotto in The Washington Times described this insertion as "unethical". Couric posted a response on the documentary's website stating, "I take responsibility for a decision that misrepresented an exchange I had with members of the Virginia Citizens Defense League (VCDL)", and she included a transcript of the response she received. Later that year, the VCDL filed a defamation lawsuit for $12 million against Couric and the film's director, Stephanie Soechtig, for continuing to promote and distribute the film without correcting the pause. The lawsuit was dismissed after a Virginia judge determined that the film scene was neither false nor defamatory.[79
Oh...did I mention...liberals SUCK!
From someone who's not a gambler, that's a tough one to understand.
I don't think so. The truth will come out. This guy was very well off. Lots of money/property. This was very well thought out. He had to have some help, i mean 16 guns and thousands of rounds of ammo.
Country music concert 20 thousand plus attendance. He may of picked the room he wanted and the floor he wanted. Very sick individual. The news will come out and it will sadden us more.