Hollywood rolling out the liberal lefties against guns!

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  1. Bigcountry02

    Bigcountry02 Coffee! If your not shaking, you need another cup Supporter

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    More BS from the anti-gun, hollywood elitist! Makes me want to puke! I am the point of removing the DVD's and Cd's for good by shredder!

    http://nation.foxnews.com/chris-rock/2013/02/06/chris-rock-president-our-bossour-dad

    CHRIS ROCK: 'THE PRESIDENT IS OUR BOSS'... OUR 'DAD'

    Comedian Chris Rock showed up on Capitol Hill today to support President Barack Obama’s gun control proposals. Here is what he said during the morning press conference:

    ROCK: I am just here to support the President of the United States. President of the United States is our boss, but he is also... you know, the President and the First Lady are kinda like the Mom and the Dad of the country. And when your Dad says something you listen, and when you don't it will usually bite you on the *** later on. So, I’m here to support the President.

    Gun Control Advocates Roll Out Hollywood Stars In ‘National Conversation’ With Each Other

    http://thegunwire.com/blog/youtube-...ars-in-national-conversation-with-each-other/
     
  2. nitestalker

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    Yep, Chris Rock is a mover and a Shaker and political game changer.:rolleyes: That shows you how much support the Democrats have for their gun control. Where is Pewee Herman when they need some real "Hands on help"!:D
     

  3. undumb

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    Who is Chris Rock?
     
  4. AR10

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    Bruce Willis came out today in favor of the 2nd Amendment, also said Hollywood is not responsible for gun violence. We'll, one out of two isn't bad!
     
  5. nitestalker

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    The use of guns in movies was controlled until the 1960s. The old movies never were allowed to show blood or violent wounds. The use of shoulder holsters was considered promoting crime.
    Hollywood has elevated firearms to the cause of mass killings. Do flies cause garbage or do actors cause garbage.:confused:
     
  6. 7point62

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    Hard to find a movie--even a comedy--without gun violence of some kind.
     
  7. jjfuller1

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    i just dont see how you can blame this all on hollywood. i grew up watching lots of movies, and playing lots of video games such as counterstrike, medal of honor, resident evil, streets of rage, modern warfare.. etc etc. i am not now, nor ever going to go out and shoot people just because hollywoood showed it to me. i was raised by 2 parents that taught me right from wrong. its as simple as that! you can place the blame squarely on the individual committing the crime, and on how well his parents taught him right/from wrong. but in the end it just comes down to the individual!
     
  8. nitestalker

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    On one hand the public is told how powerful the influence of the video is in modern teaching. And then we have people who claim no amount over the top violence changes anyones attitude?
    Is it a fact that gun violence as portrayed by Hollywood is OK? Can you take any item and "Demonize" it for years without changing attitudes? How many people believe an AR-15 is a nothing more than a mass killing machine?
    Where does the public learn about weapons? I can assure you it was not from a Gun Safety training program.:rolleyes:
     
  9. Mack Bolan

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    Gee....how ironic, chris rock makes the reference to the need for parenting or better parenting by indirectly naming the first lady and president the parents of the country to muster support of new gun laws , when these laws wouldn't even warrant discussion of, much less the proposal of them, if good parenting existed amongst the large percentage of families where it doesn't.

    Rosie O'donnell was a comedian too.....:rolleyes:

    funny comedians don't need to stray from comedy to stay in the media either
     
  10. rocshaman

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    It's really all about the hypocrisy of these hollywood dimwits anyway. They can all afford, and many do, armed security when they're in a situation that calls for it. They can "act" in violent movies that basically glorify guns then turn right around and crap all over the 2nd amendment and the constitution from the safety of their walled in, guarded estates. But should the common folk be able to defend themselves? Of course not, that's bad and should not be allowed. Those hypocrites make me wanna puke.
     
  11. primer1

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    True, as was I ethically raised by two parents. But what about the kids raised on one parent who is never there from working 70 hours a week? Or the kid with a drunk out of work mom and dad he never got to know? They are then raised by their environment and pop culture.
     
  12. jjfuller1

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    that is the part of parenting that needs to be changed! no more prego teens and give a single parent the right to bring there child along to work all the time. not perfect, but ideas.
     
  13. locutus

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    If movies and video games cause violence, Chris Christie's fork causes obesity.:p
     
  14. chloeshooter

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    Many of these Hollowhead aka Hollywood jagoffs roll with armed security.

    Just like our President (I threw up in my mouth a little when Rock said he is like our 'dad'); these celebs believe THEY need guns for protection because of their 'unique' status. Regular little people should not enjoy their level of protection.

    "Sly Stallone is a first class a**hole. That's all I have to say about that" Forrest Gump
     
  15. PanBaccha

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    Here's a game show host's (Chuck Woolery) view on gun control.

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/Watch?v=evEg1VNfX3o&feature=youtube[/ame]
     
  16. Warrior1256

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    I only had one Mom and Dad and they are both deceased. I have no others, sure as hell not our dictator-in-chief and his wife. I'm not going to follow anyone blindly, especially Obama.