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In comments on the feds mistakenly raiding a reporter’s home, from Kevin who notes:

It was interesting to note the change in tone as soon as they were told that a CBS correspondent was in the house, though. I may have to try that myself if they ever kick in my door.

Heh. Except I think it’s illegal to lie to the feds.

9 Responses to “Advice”

  1. wizardpc Says:

    Just say “I’m a journalist”

    Because you are.

  2. Sean D Sorrentino Says:

    C’mon Uncle, you’re the biggest gunblogger on the innertubes. You crap bigger than CBS “correspondents.”

    Does CBS still do reporting? Are they still on TV?

  3. ravenshrike Says:

    That’s simple then, if it ever comes up in court just say you were LARPing a CBS correspondent.

  4. Bubblehead Les Says:

    The Real Question That Must Be Asked is does she realize that her Favorite Anointed One and His Party caused this to happen in the First Place?

  5. Bryan S. Says:

    Yourve got the wrong house? We work for the Politicheskoye Byuro!

  6. John Smith. Says:

    I thought CBS is the ones who are making a stink about Fast and Furious…

  7. Scott Says:

    Why do I have a gun? Because I don’t have a cBS correspondent in my home!

  8. rickn8or Says:

    “Except I think itís illegal to lie to the feds.

    Let’s check with Martha Stewart on that.

  9. workinwifdakids Says:

    I’ve always said we need no-knock warrants on about 2,000 prominent media people, and about a third of our elected officials. Murder half their dogs, drag their kids naked out of showers, prone them out, start throwing their shit all over the house, and then mutter a laughing apology on the way out…

    Hell, we may actually have real change.