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Korean Americans vs. Piers Morgan: We'll SHOW you When & Where AR15's are 'Needed!'

Piers Morgan vs Korean Merchants:

http://youtu.be/F9ga_TD5b6I

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Published on Feb 19, 2013

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Wanna see a CRAZY difference between areas that have citizens with guns and areas that don't...during a RIOT??

The 1992 Los Angeles riots are also known as the Rodney King Riots, the South Central Riots, the 1992 Los Angeles Civil Disturbance, and the 1992 Los Angeles Civil Unrest was a race riot and subsequent looting and civil disturbance that occurred in Los Angeles, California in 1992 following a police brutality incident. It was among the largest riots in US history.

Many UNARMED citizens fell victim, while those who were armed were able to easily deter looters, murderers and other criminals from doing harm to them and their property. One of the most well publicized were the Korean merchants.

In an interview with Gun Owners of America's Larry Pratt, Gun-grabbing Piers Morgan was asked to consider these Korean Merchants and their GREAT SUCCESS in defeating crime in their area, in his pursuit to ban assault weapons.

But Mainstream Media talking heads like Morgan side step this obvious example of the PRACTICAL and LIFE-SAVING use of weapons, "assault weapons" included, and keep asking, "why does anyone need an AR-15 military-style assault weapon?"

But, really, it is NOT a question of NEED, though they ARE very useful. It is, rather, a question of, "why does one man feel that it is necessary to take away the RIGHTS of another?"

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In America, "Keeping us Safe"

In America, "Keeping us Safe" now means giving us more government employee "Hostile Intimidation".

We've let lunatics run our country for too long. Time to re-take charge of the situation.

Great example

Sadly, taking away people's rights is commonplace in America now. That question can be applied to way too many examples in our society...

yup,.

guess in NY, MD, CA, CT, they're simply gonna have to stick to sticks and stones (okay I'm being a bit facetious, as by demographics reality alone, CA bought more guns in the last 6 months than anyone, despite their limits, and NY is plenty armed, too) if Katrina or LA Riot type event occurs again, while all the gangs who'll take over the power vacuum will be armed with full auto machineguns, and stolen smallarms from the police evidence locker and their own armory.

the econ collapse & copthuggery pandemic, lost in faith in govt (good thing, but not when majority of a population used to love it then brainwashed to be so dependent on it, fears vacuum left by govt more than the more immediate visible signs of open tyranny amassing) trajectory we're on... this is not gonna end well, even if the 'rough patch' is a harsh temporary (hopefully) one.

http://www.dailypaul.com/278154/stormcloudsgathering-us-govt...

Predictions in due Time...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGDisyWkIBM

"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul