Guns don’t kill people, people with unregulated access to guns do

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“The National Rifle Association says that guns don’t kill people, people do. But I think the gun helps, you know? I think it helps. I think just standing there going ‘BANG!’ — that’s not going to kill too many people, is it?” 
       Eddie Izzard 

 

America wants Gun Control Now , President Obama.
      

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2 thoughts on “Guns don’t kill people, people with unregulated access to guns do

  1. Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat.Com™ and commented:
    I liked this post, except the last sentence. POTUS Obama does not, nor can he, regulate gun legislation all on his own. The American legislation system is not set up for a one man decision making option. So without both Houses Of Congress doing their common sense work in support of gun reform legislation…..President Obama is very limited.

    Lets place the blame & responsibility squarely on the shoulders of those fighting gun reform legislation along side the NRAssholes……..CONGRESS. BOTH Houses.

    1. Senators and Representatives have to take their blood-soaked hands out of their pockets, return all their @NRA Money and vote to protect the American Public instead of getting paid to defend the business interests of less than 1% of the American nation. The NRA is a business lobby which pays its way through Washington. Any politician that takes NRA money is a scumbag that needs to be voted out of office. The last thing on their mind is the American Public. I’m fucking disgusted that on any given day you can have more Gun Deaths in the USA than in Afghanistan, Iran or Iraq and our politicians just receive the NRA payment for that. The NRA supports and desires murder.

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