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Obama Threatening Gun Violence or Just Going for the Pro Gun Vote?

                                       

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26 Responses to Obama Threatening Gun Violence or Just Going for the Pro Gun Vote?

  1. Aye Chihuahua says: 1

    Just imagine the apoplectic teeth gnashing, panty twisting, snarling MoonBat reactions that would have come about immediately if John McCain or any Conservative had said such as this.

    Keith Olbermann would have had to wrap his head in duct tape in order to retain the pieces.

    Of course for all his tuff talkin’ Obam-uhh is still not man enough to accept McCain’s invitation to do the Town Hall style debates.

    Obie is shaping up to be all sizzle and no steak.

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  2. Scrapiron says: 2

    I guess McCain will have to find his Vietnam era jet fighter equipped with Vietnam era ‘smart bombs’ to take on P***ified Hussein. I’m still laughing about a presidential front runner being stupid enough to make that statement. Someone got off the teleprompter again.

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  3. joe from chi says: 3

    I am from Chicago. Let me tell you, Obama and his handlers here are RABID anit-gun types. In Chi-Town a subject cannot even register a shotgun more modern than a side-by-side coach gun! Possessing an un-registered gun is a crime. Ofcourse Obama can’t play that in a general election. Just wait untill Jan ’09. The “Assault” rifle ban will back.

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  4. Skye pointed out to me the bad taste Obama exhibited by making that statement in Philadelphia which has one of the highest murder rates in the country with black on black violence the primary factor.

    P.S. For anyone who wants to have a bit of fun with Nuns with Guns, here’s a do it yourself photo generator:

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  5. Aye Chihuahua says: 5

    Did someone leave a bold tag open on the front page or is it just my imagination?

    Fixed now.

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  6. Gregory Dittman says: 6

    He goes all over the place with his ideas. Would giving a person with ADD, such as him, a firearm be wise?

    What’s with all the firearm talk in this election? Is this like The Mole where one of them really is a sniper that was in Bosnia?

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  7. Curt says: 7

    Yeah Aye, it’s fixed now tho.

    I’m loving it. This just goes to show the man will do or say anything to get elected. He’s a rabid anti-gun nut but will change on a dime for the votes. Who knows what this guy is for? He sure doesn’t.

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  8. Aye Chihuahua says: 8

    Every time Obie makes a goof like this I have to wonder if the Duke brothers aren’t in a board room somewhere, smoking cigars, and giggling about it.

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  9. HillaryClinton4BarackObama says: 9

    People … Come On … Its a METAPHOR …

    metaphor: “a figure of speech in which a term or phrase is applied to something to which it is not literally applicable in order to suggest a resemblance”

    President Obama ’09

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  10. Aye Chihuahua says: 10

    There you have it Ladies and Gentlemen.

    The Obligatory Obamabot has made its’ appearance and declared that all is well.

    I think it would be a good idea for HillaryClinton4BarackObama to talk to Debra Bartoshevich.

    She’s a pledged Clinton delegate and will be voting for McCain in November.

    The DNC Convention is going to be just delicious.

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  11. Jim M says: 11

    Picture reminds me of an Ole’ Cowboy phrase”

    “All hat, but no cattle…”

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  12. Hillary: It’s not a metaphor in a city with one of the highest murder rates in the country. The reality of gun violence in Philadelphia, most of it black on black, is nothing to joke about.

    If McCain had said this you people would be going bonkers.

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  14. Padre Steve says: 13

    Wow, he must think the American people are really slow! Gunslingin’ Obama… I think not! He is so invested in destroying the military and disarming the citizens that we will be lucky to have a few guns left in 4 years!

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  15. Missy says: 14

    Never trouble trouble until trouble troubles you, right? He’s jumping the gun here, no pun intended. McCain hasn’t done a thing that should make Obama assume this.

    I think there just might be some ugly stuff coming out in the near future that he’s expecting and he’s hoping to pin it on McCain or the evil Republicans, just a hunch.

    And, what’s with the “we?” He wants his Obamabots to fight it out for him, he’ll hold their coats? All hat and not cattle indeed.

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  16. Scrapiron says: 15

    Was it a thinly veiled threat or a coded message to the Chicago mob to hit McCain? Remember, he has gotten rid of everyone who dared run against him one way or another. That boy needs his brain flushed out with clorox. But if you took the infection away there would be nothing left.

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  17. I found this photo out on the winds:

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  18. Jim says: 17

    Watch the Video Clip — “The Untouchables”

    It was a joke!!!! Remember Obama made an unfortunate remark about bitter and guns in reference to Pennsylvania, which is where he made the statement.

    All during the primary in Pennsylvania there was the Hillary and Rocky the fighter theme that people in Pennsylvania liked. They liked the concept of “tough.”

    It is a line from the movie “Untouchables” with Kevin Costner and Sean Connery.

    See the video at the NY Times:

    http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/06/14/obama-we-bring-a-gun/

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  19. Oh yeah Jim. Threatening “The Chicago way” with a history of mob violence while attending a fundraiser in the City of Brotherly Love which is racked by black on black gun violence and one of the highest murder rates in the country is some joke.

    Again, if McCain had said it: Front page news.

    If Obama says it, no one cares, it’s a joke.

    The joke is Obama and the notion that the lamestream media used to be doing it’s job.

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  21. Dave Noble says: 19

    I was going to make a comment, but you guys are having way too much fun. Enjoy yourselves.

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  24. The Politics of the Big Lie (vs. all the little lies)

    In the beginning, there was only Iowa. Iowa, innocent and unknown, was most likely tiring of all the political focus. Iowa was weary of the political saturation from the ceaseless efforts of ten presidential candidates, no twelve, okay, maybe more than a dozen. At some point Iowa just wanted it over. There were so many political ideas, ways of ‘getting IT done’, and ‘this is the right process’, that it was confusing. I mean they (the dozen or so presidential hopefuls) professed solutions that were in complete conflict with each other. They were downright divergent. They were ‘all the little lies’ to anyone who thought differently from whomever was espousing the idea or remedy of the day.
    So where is a ‘Big Lie’? Was there a ‘Big Lie’ too? Yes, it was in Iowa. It happened in December. It fell from the lips of the candidate who would later claim victory (albeit: the slimmest of victories, a meager third of the vote) in the Democratic Caucus. He said (and this is a quote from the NY Times), “….the only nuclear legislation that I’ve passed. I just did that last year….” (The Big Lie). This was in response to a discussion on leaks in Illinois of nuclear plant groundwater contamination. Nuclear contamination.
    Again, I quote the author, Mike McIntire from his February 3, 2008 article in the New York Times, titled, Nuclear Leaks and Response Tested Obama in Senate.
    The Big Lie was told to a crowd in Iowa and was in response to nuclear plant regulation concerns. It went like this…

    “…Mr. Obama scolded Exelon and federal regulators for inaction and introduced a bill to require all plant owners to notify state and local authorities immediately of even small leaks. He has boasted of it on the campaign trail, telling a crowd in Iowa in December that it was “the only nuclear legislation that I’ve passed.”
    “I just did that last year,” he said, to murmurs of approval.

    A close look at the path his legislation took tells a very different story. While he initially fought to advance his bill, even holding up a presidential nomination to try to force a hearing on it, Mr. Obama eventually rewrote it to reflect changes sought by Senate Republicans, Exelon (contributed over $225,000 to Obama) and nuclear regulators. The new bill removed language mandating prompt reporting and simply offered guidance to regulators, whom it charged with addressing the issue of unreported leaks…”

    It is ‘The Big Lie’ because he never passed the legislation, many in Iowa believed him, and the Illinois senator was never quizzed about it. He then moved forward basing a part of his entire campaign on something he didn’t do, but said he did.
    To base your first win on ‘The Big Lie’ is to have the rest of your wins cast in that shadow of your ‘First Big Lie’. Judgment is critical to Senator Obama’s presidential hopes. He has little else, no bills or legislation of his own passed, no lengthy time in the US Senate, and maybe just his veracity as his only virtue. But where is that ‘good judgment’, and veracity, if you told ‘The Big Lie’ first?

    By
    A. Ross Morris

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  25. Skye says: 21

    “If they bring a knife to the fight, we bring a gun,” Obama said

    Interesting he should use the term ‘gun’ in Philadelphia. Skyrockteting gun related homicides in my fair city have caused us to be knicknamed the ‘ Murder Capital of the United States.”

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  26. Neo says: 22

    Obama would bring a gun to a fight in Philadelphia ?

    Mayor Nutter would throw his ass in jail. There already are more than enough shootings in the city of Philadelphia without the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party inciting the youth of Philadelphia to all out gang war.

    What an idiot.

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