NRA Stand And Fight

The Parody:

I don’t agree with “gun free zones”, and the lives of the president’s kids definitely are not any more important than the lives of anyone else’s kids.  You can’t argue though, that the president and his entire family is definitely at more risk than the average family simply because of how high profile they are.  It’s sad that in this day and age armed guards at schools (and elsewhere) actually sound like a good idea to me.  I wish that it wasn’t necessary, but as long as there are scumbags out there that want to get famous, everyone is at risk.

When I watched the original video I didn’t get why that part about the taxes was included either… so it was funny they bashed that in the parody, even though the parody had a general anti-gun feel.

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Hat tip: Greg

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USSMunkfish January 18, 2013 at 12:54 am

“Funny or Die” huh? They made their point, but nothing about it was funny. So who do we kill?

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Will January 18, 2013 at 01:57 am

Stupid parody is stupid.

Gun free zones…. Reasonable? Apparently no one has told these nuts about that paper law.

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Saxon January 18, 2013 at 03:03 am

I saw a drug documentary on NatGeo the other night, apparently Chicago is littered with official “GANG FREE ZONE” signs, and unsurprisingly, the gangs disregard them. Ive come to the conclusion that society and civilization never evolve, instead we just find new ways of being ridiculous and irrational.

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Sean D Sorrentino January 18, 2013 at 06:28 am

Except the armed security at Sidwell Friends School in DC isn’t Secret Service. It’s private security provided by the school because of all the rich and famous people’s kids who attend.

https://www.sidwell.edu/directories/index.aspx?FirstName=&LastName=&DepartmentTypeID=78&DivisionID=&sortBy=LastName&LinkID=&DirectoryModuleID=341&pageaction=VPFaculty

It’s exactly what the NRA said it was. Special protection for “special folks,” and F-all for us peasants.

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Paladin January 18, 2013 at 06:53 am

+1 on Sean’s comment. I’ve heard the folks who are offended by the NRA ad bleating about Secret Service over the past couple of days – like that’s the only security at the school. Their high level of security exists at the school exists whether the Prez’s kids are there or not. They have a Security Team of 11 PLUS Secret Service. Most of them are titled “Special Police Officers”…. emphasis on the “Special”, I guess.

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VBHC STRAIGHT EDGE January 18, 2013 at 07:27 am

funny or die was only relevant 2008-2009. Will Ferrell makes the same old boring tired ass shit.

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Mike January 18, 2013 at 11:58 am

I am still waiting for them to release the video footage from *outside* Sandy Hook to see how many assailants and what guns him/they used… my sister who lives in CT and is counseling First Responders told me that there was no rifle involved in the killings and the casings at the scene were all from a handgun.

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Dan January 18, 2013 at 01:56 pm

While the president’s kids are not more important than others, and their right to self defense does not supersede that of others, they are probably at much high risk than the average student, so I find the comparison kind of irrelevant. It’s like comparing having a CCW permit to having secret service protection

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dave w January 18, 2013 at 03:42 pm

But they grew up in chi town, they are more proficient than any of us with small arms.

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Lou H January 18, 2013 at 05:28 pm

I’m an avid hunter and I have several long guns and three hand guns.One of my hand guns is for home/family protection. I don’t need an AR rifle for any reason and I don’t understand what an individual needs one for. I believe they should be for the military (I’m retired Army) and law enforcement only. That type of weapon for home protection may end up hurting or killing a family member. I respect ones right to own guns but assault rifles I have a problem with.
NRA: Is president Obama the only president to have protection for his children or are you just going after him because he is trying to do something about these killings?

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Dan January 18, 2013 at 06:38 pm

” I don’t need an AR rifle for any reason and I don’t understand what an individual needs one for.”

Your personal lack of desire to own an AR, and lack of understanding for why someone wants/ needs to own a certain type of object is not grounds for preventing them from owning it.

There are plenty of reasons to own an AR, but that is irrelevant; you don’t need to justify why you should be able to own something in a free society, just because someone somewhere MIGHT do something bad with it.

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dave w January 18, 2013 at 07:21 pm

obongo and feinstains pr stunt is pretty obvious. I dont have an AR either but the bs they are spouting wont do anything and when it doesnt, the next level of gun will be targeted, and then the next and then we can all go hunting with peirs morgan and our muskets.

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Loub January 18, 2013 at 08:54 pm

Can’t tell if your trolling or not… But Fuck it, I use an AR for home defense for the simple reason that it’s the best tool for the job for me. I suck with handguns, so handguns suck in my opinion. But I WILL NEVER judge or try tell others what they should use to protect what he values.

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Will January 18, 2013 at 08:57 pm

The AR 15 is an ideal home defense firearm.

I believe you are under the misconception that .223 will overpenetrate and conceivably hit a family member. The FBI tested this vs handgun calipers and found that the .223 penetrated less than the others. http://www.olyarms.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=14

Second, a firearm that can be shouldered is inherently easier to aim and shoot. That handgun you say you will use for defense will be much harder to operate under stress and that may lead to a miss. A miss that may kill your kid/wife.

Finally, just because you don’t see a need doesn’t mean there is one. I don’t see a need for hunting with our advances in modern agriculture. Doesn’t mean I believe in banning hunting or certain types of hunting that I find repugnant.

Please, err on the side of liberty.

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Will January 18, 2013 at 08:58 pm

Calibers* stupid iPhone

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Jim P. January 19, 2013 at 09:44 am

I don’t need an AR rifle for any reason and I don’t understand what an individual needs one for. I believe they should be for the military (I’m retired Army) and law enforcement only.

The AR-15 is not an assault weapon. It is a semi-automatic .223/5.56MM rifle. They are readily available, dependable and used to be relatively cheap. The design similarity to the M4/M16 means that maintenance is easy and parts, such as magazines, were cheap and also available. Prior rifles in this class were the M1903 Springfield 30-06 and the M-1 Garand. They are essentially the modern day musket.

The same also applies for the AK-47 civilian variant but in a different caliber.

Please have facts before succumbing to the major media’s liberal bias.

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lolinski January 19, 2013 at 02:37 am

If they get “assault rifles” they will go for “sniper rifles”(anything scoped) and “riot guns”(shotguns with pump mechanism or “large” tubular mag) thats what they did in Bosnia and in France respectively.

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