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Also, Wayne, just answer the questions.

14 Responses to “Fact Free Zones”

  1. Roadkill Says:

    I agree about Wayne. He hasn’t been doing so well lately. I found myself wanting to see Shapiro up there.

  2. Rich Says:

    Wayne answered the first question well. After that I think he was too verbose.


  3. P.M. Says:

    As I’ve said before, where TF is Sandy Froman. (Or yes, Ben Shapiro.)

  4. TIM Says:

    Yeah I think he is getting a little tired…

  5. Jaynie Says:

    LaPierre has been going through some heavy stuff. I give him credit for his strength.

    But what I want to know is, where can I join the Ted Cruz fan club?

  6. Kevin P. Says:

    Awesome performance by Ted Cruz. I voted for him and am proud to have him as my senator.

  7. Jake Says:

    Yeah, Wayne needed to just say “yes” or “no”, and then shut up. His rambling incoherence broke up and detracted from what was an excellent presentation by Sen. Cruz.

  8. MrSatyre Says:

    To all the Wayne-bashers here, you need to know (or remember, if you’ve ever been subjected to courtroom questioning) is that your emotions are running high. Your beliefs are being attacked by ignorant people. Your blood pressure is up as is your eagerness to defend your position in what is probably a very short amount of time. While his verbose response was not the *preferred* response, it is a perfectly natural one. When you are under the thumb of unrelenting stupidity, it is expected that you are going to spout out exactly what’s on your mind, whether you intended to or not.

  9. Crotalus Says:

    He really did mop the floor with the gun banners, but I fear that it will do little good against Feinswine or the New Bradys (Giffords & Kelly).

  10. Gerry Says:

    Yes and if you have been around a court room your lawyers tell you just answer the question, don’t adlib.
    If you have been around media people , they will tell you to stay on message, don’t adlib.

    Come on Wayne, this isn’t your first dance.

  11. G.O.L.D. Says:

    I think WLP has spent too much time in the echo chamber. NRA needed to find someone after Sandy Hook (and now, on a daily basis, it seems) to effectively communicate its message to the outside world in a language the public could understand.

    That horse has left the barn to catch the train at the station to the ship that has already sailed, however. NRA’s reputation and credibility with the outside are badly tarnished due to poor crisis communications. Might be time for a new ED (or whatever Wayne’s title is)/public face.

  12. NotClauswitz Says:

    The NRA’s reputation and mission has been under constant attack and tarnishing by the Left and the Media who intentionally distort and mis-characterize it at every possible turn as a right-wing extremist organization, just because gun-owners prefer individual self-defense and liberty over collectivist sheep-fodder and European-style extortionist Dangeld.

  13. mach37 Says:

    Far worse, in my opinion, is the long convoluted “questions” that the whitehouse reporters utter at press conferences as lead-ins to Pres. Obama’s reiterations of his talking points. I, too, think Wayne’s statements were a bit long-winded, but necessary in the environment he was in, to get his complete thoughts on record against the twists that the MSM put on all NRA statements.

  14. Cargosquid Says:

    I think if Cruz had asked Kelly about the dangers of attaching a piece of plastic to the rifle, it would have been more effective. Make the ENEMY admit the truth.

    Cruz took too long. He could have forced the anti-gun people to admit all sorts of things, but he went for an easy reply by Wayne.