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Bernie Sanders said something about Sandy Hook families shouldn’t be able to sue the gun manufacturers. The ladies on The View naturally needed to weigh in:
2:17 – Ah the old “false advertising loophole” because these guns are actually military assault weapons. LOL *smh* my head hurts.
2:45 – OH SHIT that’s DJ Tanner! I didn’t know she was on there. Who didn’t have a crush on her back in the Full House days?
3:24 – Whoever this lady in the Yellow is, she’s ENDO Approved. “I’m not a gun girl but I’ll defend their 2nd Amendment Rights.”
I used the best Whoopi Goldberg picture I could find for the post thumbnail pic. :P I loved her on No Ceilings 2…. that whole album was heat.
But they gave them reality not fantasy:
Hmmmm got em? This is one of the better anti-gun marketing ideas I’ve ever seen, because at least there was some effort put in. I still don’t get how seemingly these people can separate criminals having guns and doing bad stuff with them, from people wanting them to PROTECT THEMSELVES from such criminals. I’m sure some of those shootings could have been stopped or at least saved a few lives if there was a good guy with a gun.
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Under the guise of “safety” as always. First up a peter pan flip:
Alice in Wonderland:
There you have it. Kids are stupid, and they will shoot themselves or someone else if you don’t keep your gun inside a safe. This “ask your neighbor… is there a gun where they play?” thing is fine and all… but I still think the root of the problem should be addressed, which is educating the kids. We tell kids not to drink poison, not to ride bikes without helmets, to look both ways before they cross the street etc… The smart ones generally listen. Some die, most don’t. I don’t know why it’s just out of the realm of comprehension to expect that the smart kids who are educated about what to do if they find a gun will also handle it accordingly and live a long life.
What’s the point of making the video look oldschool and using decades old themes like Alice and Pan? Judging by the “Generation Lockdown” splash page they have set up, this is likey their weak attempt to relate to Millennials. *Yawn*