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    Default Bloomberg’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Focuses on Top Priority: Gun Control

    Bloomberg’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Focuses on Top Priority: Gun Control

    https://www.gunsamerica.com/digest/b...l-gun-control/



    Comments are turned off on the YouTube video of the campaign ad. Not only does Bloomberg not believe in the 2A, but also he does not believe in the 1A.
    Last edited by Spirit of 76; January 31st, 2020 at 06:56 AM.

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    Default Re: Bloomberg’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Focuses on Top Priority: Gun Control

    The NFL probably has as many members with firearm law violations as the entire state of PA...

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    I'd have at least some respect for these candidates if they addressed the real problems with violence. Recidivism with young, Black men with multiple Felonies often quickly getting back on the street to commit more violent crime irrespective of the tool they use.

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    Default Re: Bloomberg’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Focuses on Top Priority: Gun Control

    I was on the fence about watching the Superbowl.

    That knocked me off.

    Fuck the NFL.

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    Default Re: Bloomberg’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Focuses on Top Priority: Gun Control

    If one reads the GunsAmerica article linked in the original post, one finds that George Kemp Jr. went looking for a fight and found it. Now Calandrian Kemp blames the Gun Lobby. Isn't the murderer responsible?

    Here's a question: Where were Calandrian Kemp and George Kemp, Sr. on the night George Kemp, Jr. was shot? Do they not bear any responsibility for their child not to go out late at night and pick fights?

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    Default Re: Bloomberg’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Focuses on Top Priority: Gun Control

    The truth and facts never matter only feelings and money, Bloomberg can buy any emotion or sell any lie he wants when you have $50 billion to spend on a campaign.
    Last edited by Hodgie; January 31st, 2020 at 07:54 AM.

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    Default Re: Bloomberg’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Focuses on Top Priority: Gun Control

    Bloomberg can suck some Big Gay Ice Cream

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    Default Re: Bloomberg’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Focuses on Top Priority: Gun Control

    Quote Originally Posted by Pag23 View Post
    Bloomberg can suck some Big Gay Ice Cream
    Bloomberg want to know what flavor?

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    Default Re: Bloomberg’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Focuses on Top Priority: Gun Control

    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit of 76 View Post
    If one reads the GunsAmerica article linked in the original post, one finds that George Kemp Jr. went looking for a fight and found it. Now Calandrian Kemp blames the Gun Lobby. Isn't the murderer responsible?

    Here's a question: Where were Calandrian Kemp and George Kemp, Sr. on the night George Kemp, Jr. was shot? Do they not bear any responsibility for their child not to go out late at night and pick fights?
    Personal responsibility is no longer a thing, every bad event or misfortune has to be someone else's fault. Case in point: Article in the newspaper this morning clearing a motorist of all criminal charges when he hit a girl who was supposedly in a cross walk with her face in her phone skyping with someone. The girl got busted up pretty good too, ribs, kidney, spleen, hip(s) but the message is NOT to look before crossing, it's she had the right to be there and the driver is 100 culpable for the incident. Not much different from a recent case in Conshohocken where a woman hit an old guy in crosswalk who had the right to be there, she too was found not guilty.
    His name was Duncan Lemp

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