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NRA v. Obama

So, a bit back Wayne LaPierre made some misguided comments about video games and violence. He didn’t call for action but he criticized them in the wake of the shooting. This was universally viewed as dumb when said by the evil NRA. But Obama has now asked the CDC to study the link between video games and violence. Personally, I played a lot of Pac-Man and Donkey Kong as a kid so I walk around swallowing pills and swinging a hammer at any gorilla I see.

Obama upset at NRA for using children as props in a political fight while also using children as props in a political fight. Also, the spin on this is funny in the press. You see, its’ a ‘personal attack’ when NRA does it. But there’s nothing personal about infringing on the rights of millions of people.

When NRA has the ideas, it’s crazy talk. When Obama has the exact same ideas, it’s a sweeping step forward!

5 Responses to “NRA v. Obama”

  1. BobG Says:

    “It’s not supposed to make sense, it’s the government.”
    – Unknown

  2. MAJMike Says:

    Hmmm. Seems I remember one of the leading Lib-Cong said, “Dissent is the highest form of patriotism.” How quickly they forget.

    The Lib-Cong have always been about control. Remember, kids, politicians prefer to deal with unarmed peasants.

  3. Divemedic Says:

    While it sounds ridiculous, as most of us would never act out the fantasy world that video games offer, it is difficult for some people who already have a mental disorder to distinguish between reality and fantasy. The real root of the problem here is mental illness: whether it is guns, or video games, or anything else, the problem is that we need a mechanism for identifying and institutionalizing people who are crazy. We must find a way for doing this that respects the rights of the accused. The question is, how do we do that?

  4. ATLien Says:

    We identify nutjobs just fine; it’s just that we aren’t allowed to actually do anything about them.

  5. wastme Says:

    Lets see, we have people at home playing violent video games day after day, some are up all night playing, even call in sick or take off from work just so they can play. Day after day of killing people and things on a 60″ HD TV. But we are supposed to believe that has no effect on anyone’s mind. We have the confession of a mass murderer in Norway who said he did that exact thing to train. The guy in Conn, was dropping mags before they were empty. That is something someone who has had training would do. So was he a competition shooter, was he in the military, or just someone who has been training with video games. And come to find out, he allegedly had “several thousand dollars of violent video games in his house.

    But the mere presence of a AR-15 rifle makes everyone want to commit mass murder. Does that make sense to anyone out there?

    And I’ll tell you right now, if we were to send our troops into battle with an Ar-15 they would be very pissed, it is not a battle rifle, assault rifle, assault weapon, whatever big scary name you can think of.

    And why do we want AR-15’s? To prevent government tyranny, exactly why the 2nd Amendment was written. And if you question that at all you need to read some history.

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