Gun Control Group Links Politician To Sandy Hook Shooting

Oh. And by the way, he’s a Democrat.

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I’m hard pressed to find anything more despicable at this time than this ad. The A-Holes responsible for this ad are the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence organization. Thanks to Mighty Revoista, Notamobster, for pointing that out.

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20 Responses to Gun Control Group Links Politician To Sandy Hook Shooting

  1. Tony says:

    The message here?? If you have an erection you are a rapist.
    Notice the full auto they use for enhanced effect. Fuck them. I am going to contact this man and send him the 100 bucks that has collected in my change jar and tell him thanks.

    • Bman says:

      Exactly Tony. If you like beer and have a drivers license, you are a drunk driver. I’m actually astonished by the…..I can’t even come up with a word (insert your own here).. for this ad.

      • notamobster says:

        Bman – You need to identify the despicable group. Click on the edit button for my comment and copy and paste the following text into your post:

        The Coalition To Stop Gun Violence is responsible for this ad!

  2. notamobster says:

    In 1974, the United Methodist General Board of Church and Society formed the National Coalition to Ban Handguns,[1] a group of thirty religious, labor, and nonprofit organizations with the goal of addressing “the high rates of gun-related crime and death in American society” by licensing gun owners, registering firearms, and banning private ownership of handguns with “reasonable limited exceptions” for “police, military, licensed security guards, antique dealers who have guns in unfireable condition, and licensed pistol clubs where firearms are kept on the premises.”[2][3] In the 1980s and 1990s, the coalition grew to 44 member groups.[4] In 1989, the National Coalition to Ban Handguns changed its name to the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, in part because the group felt that “assault rifles” as well as handguns, should be outlawed.[5] Today, the coalition comprises 48 member organizations.[6]

    • Tony says:

      These believers obviously consider deception for the cause an acceptable sin. . “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour” is their Lord’s command. Shame on them.

  3. notamobster says:

    CSGV consists of 48 organizations. Among them are religious organizations, child welfare advocacy groups, public health professionals, social justice, and political action organizations.[6]
    Member groups include[6]:
    American Academy of Pediatrics
    American Association of Suicidology
    American Ethical Union
    American Jewish Committee
    American Jewish Congress
    American Psychiatric Association
    American Public Health Association
    Americans for Democratic Action
    Assoc. of Japanese Families of Gun Violence Victims in the U. S. A.
    Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America
    The Bible Holiness Movement, International
    Center for Science in the Public Interest
    Central Conference of American Rabbis
    Children’s Defense Fund
    Child Welfare League of America, Inc.
    Church of the Brethren
    Communitarian Network
    The Council of The Great City Schools
    DC for Democracy
    The DISARM Education Fund
    Fellowship of Reconciliation
    Friends Committee on National Legislation
    Jesuit Conference – Office of Social Ministries
    Jewish Community Center Association
    Jewish Women International
    Loretto Community
    Mennonite Central Committee
    National Association of School Psychologists
    National Association of Social Workers
    National Council of Jewish Women
    National Council of Negro Women
    National Urban League
    North American Federation of Temple Youth
    Pan American Trauma Association
    Peace Action of Washington
    Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
    Union for Reform Judaism
    Unitarian Universalist Association
    United Church of Christ
    United Federation of Teachers
    United Methodist Church Board of Church & Society
    United States Conference of Mayors
    United States Student Association
    United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism
    Woman’s National Democratic Club
    Women’s League for Conservative Judaism
    YWCA of U. S. A.

    • Uke says:

      In some (most?) cases, I can understand religious and welfare groups being anti-gun. They are not necessarily deep thinkers, and they simply advocate for utopian ideals. In my history of attending Catholic schools, I can say that they abundantly teach things in a very idealistic, utopian manner. They don’t really get into the down and dirty of realism all that much.

      Doesn’t make them any less wrong, of course. But the road to hell…

      • Bman says:

        Churches advocate for water stations in the desert for illegal aliens. That doesn’t neccessarily mean they support illegal immigration, but more about supporting human life. I guess they are supportive of groups like this because they would like to see an end of gun violence, or violence in gerneral. Heck! Wouldn’t we all?

        I understand the intentions, but the way about it is back-assward in my opinion.

        • Bman says:

          It’s like when Mr. Myagi was explaining to Daniel Son, why he learn karate- so Daniel doesn’t have to fight.

          Not sure if this is making any sense. Pabst tonight.

          • Uke says:

            Makes sense. In truth, churches have gone batty with “turn the other cheek.” That indicates pacifism, despite the other line of scripture that instructs people to buy and carry a sword.

            /shakes head

            Turning the other cheek to evil only gets your other cheek whacked. And then your head cut off. Sorry, but I’ve never rolled that way.

            • notamobster says:

              Me either. I try my best to break somebody’s face. Then, I turn both cheeks so they can kiss my arse.

              Resisting oppression is the duty of all God-fearing people.

        • Locke n Load says:

          Fascinating seeing all the Jewish groups in there. Fascinating…
          Haven’t ANY of them heard of the holocaust? Were they all sleeping when gramps told the stories about disarming the Jews?

    • Locke n Load says:

      Of all of those groups, Center for Science in the Public Interest is absolutely the worst. Just goes to show how many churches are on the Social Justice bandwagon. Makes me wonder if they even know who they’re in bed with..
      I wouldn’t be surprised if that mind bogglingly bad ad was a CSPI idea.
      Center for Science in the Public Interest is funded by the Joyce Foundation, an ultra-left group with myriad ties to Tides and other Soros activites. Google CSPI and you can spend hours finding all the junk science mad-hatter BS they promote…it goes on and on.

    • Tony says:

      Here are the Methodist. There is a “contact us” at the bottom of the page. They think deception and slander are acceptable sins. They have violated their Lords 9th commandment to eliminate my 2nd Amendment. I let them l know it.

  4. Ray Davies says:

    And they say the NRA ad about obama’s kids protected by guns in school was obscene. I have never seen a commercial so biased in my life. Now something like this is an abuse of the First Amendment

  5. Rich says:

    The Joyce Foundation. Where have I heard that name before? Oh, now I remember, both obama and Bill Ayers had overlapping terms on the board. Also, the Joyce Foundation, after obama’s time, funded a number of prominent law school Law Reviews to push a body of articles arguing against the second amendment which came within a hair’s breath of causing the Heller decision to go against the individual right to bear arms. Yep, that Joyce Foundation. An utterly evil statist entity. But I repeat myself.