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    Have you ever wanted a list companies and others who contribute to antigun causes?

    I know I have. Well, wish no more, here is a list of companies, celebs and media outlets that contribute to anti gun organizations and causes. Just so you can choose if you want to give them any more of your hard earned money or not.

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    I didn't see Ted Nugent on the list?
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    Ted Nugent is pro, not anti, hence he doesn't belong on this list.
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    Very interesting. Saw a few surprises on there but mostly what you would expect. Now someone should make a list of which of those celebrities/companies/CEOs etc.....own guns or employ armed security.
    I still think its weird how some celebrities make millions of dollars glorifying guns in "shootemup" action movies, but in real life are against guns; or at least against you and me owning guns.
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    Sean Connery???!!!

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    How could Sly be on the list?
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    American Firearms Association?
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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie1826 View Post
    I still think its weird how some celebrities make millions of dollars glorifying guns in "shootemup" action movies, but in real life are against guns; or at least against you and me owning guns.
    That is what's known as the hypocrisy of the left.
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    Try googling the American Firearms Association. You get a lot of obfuscation.

    This is a group that is hiding their true agenda.
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    Bruce Springsteen and the St. Louis Cardinals were the two that particularly caught my eye as being unusual. I wonder how much of Springsteen's audience would dry up if this was widely known.
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    Bruce is a hard core liberal, campaigned for Obama, etc. No surprise there. The St. Louis Cards, however is a little odd. Probably a small donation to "stop gun violence" kinda thing, businesses get pitched with the "help the kiddies" all the time.
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    Quite a lengthy list; maybe a list of those who haven't been anti-2A would be shorter!

    Not surprising the ACLU is listed. Before Heller, I checked online for their stance on 2A, they espoused the "collective right" theory. After Heller they explicitly stated the SCOTUS opinion was wrong, see http://www.aclu.org/2008/07/01/helle...cond-amendment , and after McDonald, no comments from ACLU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enfd250 View Post
    Sean Connery???!!!
    I almost cried when I saw his name. Very disappointing...
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    Sean Connery is a liberal AND he's from the UK. They all seem to be brainwashed into thinking guns are bad. Not really a surprise to me.
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    Doctors and lawyers. Big surprise there

    How did Ah-nold avoid making the list? He supported the Brady Bill, and signed off on the microstamping and lead-free ammo bills.

    A lot of Jewish organizations. I've never read the Tanakh, so I don't know what it has to say on the matter. I thought it was basically a large chunk of the Old testament, and you don't see nearly as many Christian organizations on that list. Curious...

    Also, Richard Dean Anderson! Noooo! (total stargate nerd)

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