The original vision behind 2ABill.com was to promote support of the Second Amendment by rubber-stamping a stack of $2-bills and using them as tip-currency in everyday life (cafe, coffeehouse, barber, restaurant) knowing that folks would likely be caught off guard by the not-so-common denomination AND including a stamped-on reference to the Second Amendment. Our hope is that people will be drawn into conversation about why upholding our Second Amendment rights is an important conversation to have!
Yea you buy a retarded little rubber stamp from this company, and then you can deface all the $2 bills that pass through your hands in the name of the 2nd Amendment. If advertising on money was actually legal, every shady little company under the sun would start this ignorant guerrilla marketing practice, because it’s basically free. I like my dead presidents (when I use them) crispy and untainted, thank you. Can you imagine the hassle if every bill you tried to spend had multiple stamps on it? It would be a nightmare from a counterfeit detection standpoint alone.
I love how they have that little “We don’t encourage defacing U.S. currency” blurb at the bottom of the page I linked. *facepalm* ’MERICA!
2:00 – “High action military with big clips, that’s not what our founders had in mind” – WTF is high action? Are all the parts above the bore axis? Big clips? like 30 round stripper clips?
6:14 – LOL grenade launchers. Pure gold… has even 1 murder been committed with an actual legal NFA 40mm grenade launcher on U.S. soil?
8:55 – “I don’t want my neighbor to have an AK-47 because the problem is people go nuts.” Wow there’s a giant leap! LOL what a burn Keith laid on him with the “projection” line. Then the host shits his pants when Keith tells him that he’s armed.
I love how people continue to ask the question”Why does anyone need an ASSAULT RIFLE?”… and then when they don’t like the answer they are given, they just keep re-asking the same question. Deal with it, the answer is never going to change.
I don’t know who that host is, but I sure hope he doesn’t debate as a profession.