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anti gun superbowl ad

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by moonpie, Feb 3, 2013.

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  1. moonpie

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  2. OilyPablo

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    Don't get me started on "Mayors Against Illegal Guns"......but you should be OK in Alabama. They don't want to stir the beehive up any more than necessary!
     
  3. hso

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    That's just in DC and they did it last year as well. It get's a lot of comment, but nearly no one see's it.
     
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    I wasn't watching the super bowl anyways.
    Football isn't my game. Auto racing and cycling however.
     
  5. HOME DEPOT GEORGE

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    Why do they call it mayors against illegal guns when they only target legal gun ownership.
     
  6. OilyPablo

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    Because it's a sham. A fakery!

    And my Mayor joined it!!!:fire::fire::fire::fire::fire::cuss::cuss::cuss::cuss::cuss:

    I said to not get me started on this!!!
     
  7. steelerdude99

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    They have an unofficial sub-title: "All guns not in the hands of police (or the mayor's official protection detail) ARE illegal."
     
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    Thank G-D I live in TEXAS!
     
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    i won't be seeing Bloombergs Super Bowl ad because i don't watch ball games.
     
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    I heard on the news this last week that when Bloomberg is done being NYC Mayor, he plans on spending his fortune on gun control support.

    Looks like the NRA and GOA are going to need a lot more money over the next decade or so.
     
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    I'll either be at the range or reloading bench so no game for me today.
     
  12. scaatylobo

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    BloomTARD

    Has too much money and not enough sense.

    Just proves that money or education do NOT make you smarter.

    If he does as he did with his alma mater and sent them a BILLION dollars,saying he plans to spend the rest of his 24 BILLION for charity before he dies = guess that means the anti-gun people will have a field day spending his loot.

    I am sad to say that I was born and raised [ till I was 25 ] in 'that' city,and still reside in that state.

    Just shows how 'intelligent' I am [ not ].

    Should have left here a few decades back,family and marriages etc are my excuse = BUT no good reason :fire:.

    Might I STRONGLY suggest to all that choose to watch the Super Bowl,locate the MUTE button on your control.

    that means he spent those millions on nada and for NOTHING,as we didnt hear him :neener:.
     
  13. AK47TIM

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    The NRA should run there own pro gun ad. There will be millions of people watching the Superbowl and alot of them watching just for the commercials might be a good opportunity to reach people.


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  14. DJW

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    What amazes me is that the game starts at 5:30 (cst) and the "pre-game" show starts at 11:30 am! What the devil is the big deal that makes it desirable to occupy that much TV time with a football game. I guess I am out of the mainstream. Plenty of yard work to occupy my time today.
     
  15. Shanghai McCoy

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    What is this "game" that you speak of...?
     
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    Just in DC? Talk about preaching to the choir! What a waste of money.....a good waste in my opinion since it's using up big money that could be placed where a majority doesn't already agree with them.
     
  17. MagnunJoe

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    Here is one: mayors against drugs, gangs, ghettos & teen single mothers with 4 kids in govt sponsored housing projects.
     
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    Here's a mayors' group you'll never see: "Mayors Against Federal Bribe Money"
     
  19. Silent Bob

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    I have a feeling there is going to be a unannounced, major, and shameless pro gun-control stunt during the half time show or some point during the Super Bowl.
     
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    Yeah, perhaps Costas can drop by and do his usual schtick.

    I guess we live in different times- used to be you could enjoy a ballgame and not have to have the Left pushing their brand of balloon juice.

    Talk about the end of all decency...
     
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    When you must watch television, I suggest recording what you want to watch on a DVR and fast-forwarding through the commercials. Not only does it save an immense amount of time, your brain turns to mush slightly less rapidly.
     
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    I'll watch the game, but not the half-time farce. Can't we just have a marching band?
     
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    Great. I live in Seattle and am watching the superbowl. Thank god I have a DVR so i can avoid seeing their anti-gun insanity.
     
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    I think they never aired MAIG's Ad. At least I never saw it before, at halftime, or at the very end. They failed. :D
     
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    Bloomberg unfortunatelly has 100 times more money than Trump, He is one of the richest men in the world, and he isn't going to stop, nor can he relate to you and me. He has always been rich. He can buy his way out or into anything, and probablly have to be dealt with until the day he dies.
    We have no way to get him out of office, which is why I would give up all hope in NY ever getting any meaningful legislation that is pro giun, he owns it, period.
    Only moving out is an option for anyone who chooses to remain armed.
     
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