So many of those clips were taken out of context, many of them were probably intended to be satirical towards the use of guns.
Am I to understand that any depiction of gun violence is an endorsement of gun violence? Or are we going to play the game that violence in popular culture is to blame for anyone hurting anyone else?
Artists, and musicians have been long blamed for the actions of others, and I would be really disappointed in the liberty movement if we were to jump on this bandwagon. There are no "dangerous ideas" which require suppressing, just as there is no legitimate reason to blame an artists depiction of violence for real violence caused by another guilty individual.
Those of us in support of the second amendment (of which I am one), need to understand that there is room for many different opinions. You can be for the just use of force as a means of self defense from tyranny or personal danger and still not run around stroking your gun. You don't even have to own one, which I do not. I think we loose the argument when we react in 180 degrees of our brainwashed counterparts....
Propaganda: Guns are the Problem
Us: Guns are the solution - lets put a stack of guns on every street corner...
Obviously people are to blame for violence not the object used to carry it out. But this macho bullshit really needs to go, because we don't believe in the use of force. A gun is not a muscle you can flex and it should only be used when absolutely necessary - WHEN ITS USED TO DEFEND AND PRESERVE LIFE AND LIBERTY.
Stick to the real issues:
Doctor Prescribed Drugs pushing people to the edge.
A culture of violence, force and intervention handed down from Washington D.C.
Massive Ignorance on the part of the American people...
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