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I watched Bowling for Columbine, don't get mad at me.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by mastiffhound, Dec 30, 2012.

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  1. Cesiumsponge

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    Reminds me of talk radio. 50% of the listening demographic are head-nodding supporters. The other 50% are people that absolutely hate the show. :D
     
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    Michael Moore, Al Gore, Obama , etc, are all George Soros puppets. They are only in it for power and money.
     
  3. Trent

    Trent Resident Wiseguy

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    Man, I'm like a moth to a bug zapper when it comes to this stuff. I think it runs in the family. I remember my grandfather yelling at the television a lot when he watched the news.

    It reminds me of the Two Minutes Hate in 1984. It's like, therapy or something.
     
  4. HOOfan_1

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    Wonder how he would explain the NRA being founded by and presided over by several Union Generals.
     
  5. SSN Vet

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    Don't you know....

    Michael Moore is a big fat liar.
     
  6. Cesiumsponge

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    Don't worry, I do the same thing!
     
  7. Hacker15E

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    I think every firearm owner should watch that movie.

    As citizens, we endanger ourselves and the security of our continued ability to exercise natural rights by NOT making ourselves smart about what is being said to counter those rights.

    The OP shouldn't ever feel the need to post 'don't get mad at me' to caveat watching some thing like this. Knowledge is power.
     
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    Don't fuss at me, it is only my opinion.....but.....the only thing I got out of it was that Moore kinda says that black people cause most of the crime. His connection with Detroit vs. Canada shows it.
     
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    It is a good movie. They had to set up the bank scene ahead of time though. A lot of it was rigged.
     
  10. gossamer

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    A final product with about 20% of the production budget of the typical MM film.

    Just sayin'.
     
  11. gossamer

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    Moore's history of popular filmmaking goes back about a decade before George Soros's founding of MoveOn or really his interest in Democratic politics. In fact, Soros has said in a number of press accounts that he doesnt like Moore.

    When Moore made his first film Soros was busy manipulating currencies in foreign countries.

    Moore is about Hollywood and selling movie tickets. Soros knows squat about that.
     
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