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Jan 15 2013

Gun-Free Zones for Thee, Not for Me

Liberal authoritarians have attempted to intimidate gun owners with an interactive map featuring their names and addresses. Yet they don’t want to display signs proclaiming their own homes to be defenseless gun-free zones, as the esteemed countermoonbat James O’Keefe confirms:

On a tip from Varla. Hat tip: Twitchy.

17 Responses to “Gun-Free Zones for Thee, Not for Me”

  1. Ummah Gummah says:


    Has Moonbattery gone Macintosh? All the menus have suddenly moved to the right.. where they actually belong 🙂

    In more ways than one..


  2. Skyfall says:

    YES! LOL, this is perfect. “Do as we command, but don’t expect us to follow. WE’RE SPECIAL!”

    (That video at the opening is SO spot on!)

    I’m forwarding the YouTube link to everyone I know.

  3. Clingtomyguns says:

    Liberals are all alike in one thing, they are more than willing to use the force of the state confiscate other peoples’ guns and hard-earned money, but don’t try to take theirs. Nothing but a bunch of hypocritical sh#tbags. May they all burn in hell.

  4. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    That was hilarious (in a twisted sort of way)
    Those morons (by refusing the sign) admit they desire the same deterrent factor private gun ownership affords
    Or in the case of Weasler, cowering in fear while dialing 911 to fend off a solicitor
    (what if they were real life zombies with guns)?
    The last dipsh** made me smile with his confession that the armed forces are on OUR side.

  5. dr. theo says:

    Even the most extreme liberals know that they are made safer by the fact that criminals don’t know who might be armed and able to apply deadly force if confronted. I’m sure most would never admit it, but James O’Keefe has proved it.

  6. IslandLifer says:

    DD Printed AR lower:

  7. IslandLifer says:

    DD printed AR mag

  8. IslandLifer says:

    Sorry for all my single posting but I don’t own a computer. Here is full site

  9. Ummah Gummah says:


    What I think Obama is planning on doing:

    I’ve been wondering what it all might lead to and I just found the answer.


  10. ent says:

    I wonder if James and gang pointed out to any of them that the sign was already “in their front yard”. By publishing a map of all potential gun owners’ addresses, they had effectively published a map of all non-gun owners addresses in the process.

    This should be obvious, of course, but with libs, you never know.

  11. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    It always amazes me to see grown investors squeal like stuck pigs every time they get stiffed by Socialists cooking the books
    PriceStats, a specialist provider of inflation rates which produces figures for 19 countries that are published by State Street, a financial services firm, puts the annual rate at 24.4% and cumulative inflation since the beginning of 2007 at 137%. INDEC says that the current rate is only 9.7%, and that prices have gone up a mere 44% over that period (see chart).

    INDEC seems to arrive at its figures by a pick-and-mix process of tweaking, sophistry and sheer invention. Graciela Bevacqua, the professional statistician responsible for the consumer-price index (CPI) until Mr Moreno forced her out, says that he tried to get her to omit decimal points, not round them. That sounds minor—until you calculate that a 1% monthly inflation rate works out at an annual 12.7%, whereas 1.9% monthly compounds to 25.3%.

    The government has gone to extraordinary lengths, involving fines and threats of prosecution, to try to stop independent economists from publishing accurate inflation numbers. The American Statistical Association has protested at the political persecution faced by its Argentine colleagues, and is urging the United Nations to act, on the ground that the harassment is a violation of the right to freedom of expression.

    Of course one Nobel prize winning whack-a doodle economist approves

  12. Alan says:

    Stuff like this is the reason why I get most of my news from the internet, not TV or newspapers. Great job, guys.

  13. F.D.R. in Hell says:

    Hell, I thought Edward R. Murrow was cutting edge. 👿

  14. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    And to think we do it all without the “enlightenment” of a liberal arts degree.

  15. TonyD95B says:

    RE: IslandLifer says at January 15, 2013 at 3:29 pm:

    I have worked with 3D printers, and they have come a long way.

    Truth is, this is just sensationalism – you really can’t “print” a gun….yet. At this point, 3D printing is more of an R&D tool or a way to make casting patterns.

    This is just one more step in the evolution of manufacturing. What is more significant are the developmements in 3D CAD modeling and CNC machining over the last decade or so. Cost has come way, way down and precision and ease of use are better than ever. There are machines available to the hobbyist and small shop now that will allow anyone with basic mechanical skills to manufacture lots of interesting “things”………as the saying goes, limited only by thier imagination.

    When the government starts confiscating arms, they’ll eventually come for my lathe, too.

    To paraphrase Charlton Heston, “You can have my Dial Calipers when I shove ’em up your motherf#cking a##, Mr. Biden!”

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