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7 Famous Quotes From A Tyrannical Gun-Grabbing Dictator!

I am a tyrannical gun-grabbing, communist, bleeding-heart, liberal dictator…Who am I?

Guess which tyrannical, gun-grabbing, communist, bleeding-heart, liberal, fascist-dictator made these seven famous quotes about guns.

1.  “Well, I think there has to be some [gun] control.”

TYRANNY!!!!

2. “I think maybe there could be some restrictions that there had to be a certain amount of training taken.”

COMMUNIST!!!

3.  “Every year, an average of 9,200 Americans are murdered by handguns, according to Department of Justice statistics. This does not include suicides or the tens of thousands of robberies, rapes and assaults committed with handguns. This level of violence must be stopped.”

BLEEDING HEART LIBERAL TREE-HUGGING PANSY!!!

4.  “With the right to bear arms comes a great responsibility to use caution and common sense on handgun purchases.”

GUN-GRABBER!!!

5.  “Certain forms of ammunition have no legitimate sporting, recreational, or self-defense use and thus should be prohibited.”

I NEED IT TO REFRESH THE TREE OF LIBERTY WHEN I DECIDE TO!!!

6.  “I do not believe in taking away the right of the citizen for sporting, for hunting and so forth, or for home defense. But I do believe that an AK-47, a machine gun, is not a sporting weapon or needed for defense of a home.”

WHY DO YOU HATE THE CONSTITUTION? 

7.  “This is a matter of vital importance to the public safety … While we recognize that assault-weapon legislation will not stop all assault-weapon crime, statistics prove that we can dry up the supply of these guns, making them less accessible to criminals.”

IF YOU OUTLAW GUNS, ONLY OUTLAWS WILL HAVE GUNS!!!

So, have you figured out which gun-grabbing, communist, bleeding-heart, liberal, tyrannical dictator I am?

BENITO MUSSOLINI, ANNEES 1930

Fascist Italian dictator Benito Mussolini, 1930.

NOPE!  NOT EVEN CLOSE!

hitler

Adolph Hitler, Nazi Germany.

SOUNDS LIKE SOMETHING I’D DO, BUT NO!

carter

Democratic President and humanitarian Jimmy Carter.

LIGHTWEIGHT!  NOPE, NOT ME!

clinton

Democratic President Bill Clinton.

NOT ME EITHER!   BUT DAMN, I LOOK GOOD!

kim-jong-il

North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il.

KEEP GUESSING!

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USSR Premier Josef Stalin.

SIGNS POINT TO “NO”

saddam

Saddam Hussein.

HANG IN THERE, TRY AGAIN!

obama

President Barack Obama.

I BET YOU THOUGHT IT WAS ME!!!!  NOT EVEN CLOSE!

SCROLL DOWN A LITTLE MORE!!! YOU’RE ALMOST THERE!!!!!

 

AND…

 

GOTCHA!

 

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Right-wing demi-god and Republican President Ronald Reagan.

CITATIONS
1. Ronald Reagan, during a question-and-answer session with high-school students on November 14, 1988.
2.Ronald Reagan, in a press conference in Toronto on June 21, 1988, suggesting that prospective gun owners should have to receive training before purchasing a firearm.
3.Ronald Reagan, in a March 29, 1991 New York Times op-ed in support of the Brady Bill.
4.Ronald Reagan, speech at George Washington University in a on March 29, 1991
5.Ronald Reagan, in an August 28, 1986 signing statement on a bill that banned the production and importation of armor-piercing bullets.
6.Ronald Reagan, in a speech at his 78th birthday celebration in Los Angeles on February 6, 1989.7.Ronald Reagan, in a May 3, 1994 letter to the U.S. House of Representatives, which was also signed by Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford.

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  • Terry

    Half a million abortions every year and not a peep from the liberals. Obviously they don’t care about people dying. Ok to kill with a hanger just not with a gun.

    • Dave

      We don’t care what Nazis like you have to say.

  • Luigi

    “but cars were not designed forthe sole purpose of harming whatever at which they are aimed and driven.”
    I guess that’s why the model citizen in Santa Barbara drove his BMW into a crowd of people this past weekend. He did intend to kill them.

  • http://gravatar.com/jerzfox Deeb

    Nobody is denying the rights of conscientious, responsible citizens to own guns and use them properly. All we want is to keep guns away from criminals, terrorists, and psychos.

  • http://sauceattack.blogspot.com Brown EXP

    In response to the incredibly misinformed people who are insanely fearful of guns I thought I would bring some facts.
    Yes, handguns are what cause most of the deaths when guns are brought into question. Problem is, there isn’t an administration which can ban them because handgun bans have been declared unconstitutional a long time ago. So they go after the rifles because a few crazy people decided to use them. With rifles causing so few deaths of innocent people a year, why would we responsible Americans decide to give up something that we enjoy (and may eventually need) just because the uninformed feel that we have no use of them? Why would we responsible Americans give up weapons which actually save hundreds of thousands more lives than they are responsible for taking?
    Why would we Americans who live in territory ripe with invasive and dangerous species allow ourselves to be overrun with critters and possibly humans which can kill us, our pets, our livestock and our produce when 10 rounds of a pistol or a few shots with a rifle/shotgun will not be enough? Ever heard of Wild Boar? Coyotes? Groundhogs? Google invasive species, and Boar are among the toughest and most numerous of invasive species. Let’s see you destroy a pack of them with a bolt action. They’ll shrug it off and eat you and your family. (I am certainly not wishing this on anyone, do not be mistaken) Breed, and repeat. It’s what they do. Having a fighting chance against these critters or tyrannical critters with body armor and fully automatic weapons is what our forefathers intended.

    There’s also the fact that nowhere in the constitution does it say anything about the type of weapons they’ve intended for us people to have specifically. They were actually willing for us to have all of the same weaponry that our soldiers have because at the time of us fighting for our rights, the civilians (yes, we the people) owned most of the muskets, cannons, battle ships, and flintlocks. We the people, not the military.
    When we won our independence, they considered it a good idea for us to be as prepared to fight tyranny or an invasive force as much as the military. Yes, that means mortars, (we can own mortars but they are expensive) fully automatic assault rifles, (which we can own but they are very expensive) grenade launchers (I’m sure we can with that cost issue taken care of) tanks, rocket launchers, and even attack aircraft. The fact that we only own semi automatic weapons means we are going against the wishes of our forefathers. The same forefathers who wanted us to be as well armed as the military. We the people can understand this though, because if everyone had a fully automatic weapon, chaos may actually ensue with criminals having full auto shootouts with the cops and flinging stray bullets everywhere. Semi automatic weaponry means that targets must be chosen instead of just shooting randomly and hitting many people.

    Speaking of military, they are us. We are them. Millions of retired vets, active soldiers and future soldiers lie among us. Why are we allowing the people who wear the uniform the ability to own “devastating weapons of mass destruction” but not the people who wore it just as proudly? Are our veterans not as important? Additionally, veterans can and do get into jobs where their weapons of service (or identical variants) are necessary. Like being an officer of the law, federal employee or private security.

    What about those of us who did not serve?
    Well the military and police cannot protect all of us, because there are not enough of them to stretch from one side of the nation to the other effectively.
    We civilians fill in the gaps, and excellently while we’re at it. We train at shooting just as much as the military and police combined because we have more free time. We have also shown that we are more than capable of owning semi automatic assault weapons without killing everyone in sight.

    One more thing to add: freedom of speech and freedom of privacy.
    The forefathers had no idea whatsoever that future technology would exist which makes it easier to voice your (wrong) points of view. Face to face communication and printed press were the only venues of communication which were constitutionally protected at the time. This is now. Would you like to be drone struck for swearing at the people you’ve voted in office? The guy who put milk in the starbucks you’ve specifically asked for no milk in? The police officer who is having a bad day and wants a reason to initiate a warrant less raid on someone’s house?

    In closing, assault weapons of today are just as dangerous as the revolvers and repeater rifles of previous generations. Criminals are not all stupid. If they want to rampage, they will train and train and become proficient at shooting, or merely carry an assortment of weapons.

    P.S.
    If we the people are only allowed to carry muskets and flintlock pistols, can the secret service agents protecting our President and his family be restricted to those too? What about the military and police? If our ability to defend ourselves from tyrants and criminals and our ability to hunt and enjoy recreational shooting is reduced, I would like this to be the general weaponry for everyone wielding a firearm. No exemptions. Especially when you look at the fact government employees are supposed to look out for us. They are our servants. They are working for us. We pay their taxes. It is most certainly not supposed to be the other way around.
    If you think as such, book a flight to Australia and stay there.

    • http://poisonedwell.wordpress.com genderneutrallanguage

      Cry me a river. The big scarey animal is going to eat you. Humans have been killing boars with pointy sticks for thousands of years. You don’t need an assault rife or the Deck Cannons off a battleship to kill one. You need a Pointy Stick. A Mussel loaded musket is more than enough to bring down a boar, a bolt action makes it easy. There is no call for private ownership of WMD.

    • http://kellyjdrummer.wordpress.com kellyjdrummer

      Well that just changes everything. I’ll let my mother know, may she rest in peace.

      • http://kellyjdrummer.wordpress.com kellyjdrummer

        genderneutrallanguage, I was responding to the fairy tale above.

    • http://facebook sotamis

      I am not afraid of guns. I am afraid of many of the people that own them. Stringent back round checks do not go against the constitution. If you truly believe that you can go against the Army, Navy, Marine Corp and Airforce, then you are one of the people I fear.

    • David

      Brown EXP, If you don’t like living in a Democracy, why don’t you book the flight?

  • James E. Hall

    My comments about our dictator (calls himself president) .
    I am regarding this idiot due to the entire U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights
    is at risk with this individual not even showing proof of the real place of birth, and
    all of the theatrical nonsense that proves he is not an American in the first place,
    are you hating our country that bad you want to throw it away?
    (this is not any comment on ammendment #2, but ALL of them)

    • http://kellyjdrummer.wordpress.com kellyjdrummer

      Links or it didn’t happen.

    • David

      Change the channel. Faux News is not your friend.

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  • http://www.becorath.com Matt

    Lol… Half of these quotes are nothing to do with anything regarding the 2nd amendment.

    1. “Well, I think there has to be some [gun] control.”
    This seems to be the only Quote asking for gun control.

    2. “I think maybe there could be some restrictions that there had to be a certain amount of training taken.”
    Just recommends training. and I’m not sure about nation wide, but there are many requirements for training. A few more wouldn’t hurt. Train the masses to use guns! Criminals will be afraid to walk in any house they know is armed.

    3. “Every year, an average of 9,200 Americans are murdered by handguns, according to Department of Justice statistics. This does not include suicides or the tens of thousands of robberies, rapes and assaults committed with handguns. This level of violence must be stopped.”
    Agreed, But they aren’t regulating handguns, they are regulating scary “Assault Rifles”

    4. “With the right to bear arms comes a great responsibility to use caution and common sense on handgun purchases.”
    Not asking for tyranical control here. Just recommending responsible use and common sense
    5. “Certain forms of ammunition have no legitimate sporting, recreational, or self-defense use and thus should be prohibited.”
    Yes, full metal jacket rounds are a bit too dangerous in civilian use. To great a chance of accidents.

    6. “I do not believe in taking away the right of the citizen for sporting, for hunting and so forth, or for home defense. But I do believe that an AK-47, a machine gun, is not a sporting weapon or needed for defense of a home.”
    And a Car that can go over 80 MPH in the US is not needed either, but we do have rights…

    7. “This is a matter of vital importance to the public safety … While we recognize that assault-weapon legislation will not stop all assault-weapon crime, statistics prove that we can dry up the supply of these guns, making them less accessible to criminals.”
    No, it just dries up domestic sources. Somebody else will fill that need. and instead of US Jobs, Us background checks, etc… Little johnny crack head can get you an AK-47 for the right price on the black market…

    • Orhan

      Nowhere in the post is the 2nd amendment mentioned. I’m not sure why you felt the need to inject that here. Gun nuts (NRA included) go ballistic over all of these things; they nay or may not pretend that they have anything to do with the 2nd amendment. It is also interesting how you switched from saying, well, Reagan’s point here has nothing to do with the 2nd amendment (a gigantic red herring) to, in the last few, picking a fight with Reagan (is that a precursor to eventually, some day, saying that Reagan was, after all, a bleeding heart communist fascist socialist tyraniccal liberal?).

    • rick

      “But they aren’t regulating handguns, they are regulating scary “Assault Rifles.”” I agree; they should regulate handguns more strictly, too.

      “And a Car that can go over 80 MPH in the US is not needed either, but we do have rights…” We also have speed limits and seat belt laws. and no where in the constitution does it even come close to suggesting that you have the right to own an AK-47. It refers to “the right of the people–THE PEOPLE, not PERSONS, PEOPLE–to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” The reason why it says “the people” is because it was viewed as a collective right. And at the time, they had flintlock pistols and muskets. Clearly, the founders meant, THOSE arms and not the futuristic, insanely deadly arms that exist today…unless you wish to make the argument that James Madison could see into the future, there is no argument to be had.

      “No, it just dries up domestic sources. Somebody else will fill that need. and instead of US Jobs, Us background checks, etc… Little johnny crack head can get you an AK-47 for the right price on the black market…” How many mass murders have been carried out with fully auto assault weapons? Not very many. Might that be because they are regulated? Imagine that. Fully auto weapons are clearly more deadly, but they are used so rarely because they are hard to come by.

      • Ben

        Thank you for posting this rebuttal. Pretty much exactly what I thought as I read the post to which you replied. I’d also like to add that we have cars that go 80 mph, but cars were not designed forthe sole purpose of harming whatever at which they are aimed and driven.

        • larry burke

          “hand guns are made for killing, they aint no good for nothin else” Lynard Skynard-a long time ago.
          Cars are made for transportation guns are made for killing. Incredibly dumb people can’t see the difference.

    • Yak

      Everything to do with firearms is a second ammendment issue.

  • No Name

    Is it for the good of the people to call others idiots? It would be awesome if we could make points and debate without vitriol.

  • Marc

    It is interesting to note also that Ronald Reagan supported The Brady Bill. (And with good reason I might add)

  • http://Facebook Nora

    Rachel/Shark — You both sound like idiots. It is not “us” against “them” — when do we start working together for the good of the people??

  • Rachel

    That was my first guess (I already knew half these Regan quotes).

  • Shark

    Keep in mind,the Gipper almost got whacked only a few months in to his term . :) lol

    • Rachel

      And yet that didn’t keep him from closing all the mental hospitals, taking money from welfare and other programs, and all the other typical republican crap.

      • http://www.becorath.com Matt

        Closing the mental hospitals was a bad move, but Welfare programs are what is driving this country down. Social programs encourage laziness, and build a mindset of entitlement. I fully agree that military deserve support for life depending on service length. But these programs are going broke as there are always more people joining the program, and less of us actually paying for it.

        • http://www.facebook.com/mel.h.sr Mel Haun Sr

          Yeah, welfare is dragging us down.. Bili ons to Corporations, Oil Companies, and tax loopholes for the rich are killing us.

        • Roger

          While some will always take advantage, I disagree, ALL the ppl i know of that are on food stamps or welfare, ALL, HAD good jobs, lost them and had to settle for jobs paying MUCH less than they were used to. EVERY one of them would MUCH rather be working for better pay so they wouldnt have to collect. Saying it encourages laziness, while for some it will, for MOST, that is just wrong !!

        • http://facebook sotamis

          Matt why don,t you shut your mouth and only have us think your ignorant and uninformed, rather than opening it and proving the point!

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