FCC complaints page.
This is happening all too often.
This is a discussion on Neil Heslin, Father Of Newtown Victim, Heckled By Pro-Gun Activists within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; http://www.fcc.gov/complaints FCC complaints page. This is happening all too often....
Don't believe everything that's reported by the lame stream media.
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The foundation has already been laid in the concept of not creating a public danger; the "shouting fire in a movie theater" argument. I have mixed feelings about this. While I admit the idea of holding them to account for their subversive actions appeals to me greatly, at the same time I feel uneasy at the notion of further encroachment of another Right. On the other hand, they have control of the broadcast media so perhaps a higher standard is in order!
Yeah, the full footage didn't show anything inappropriate. I originally thought he was interrupted. My bad.
That's a bunch of lame stream media BS! The tape was edited by PMSNBC to make it look that way. I saw the unedited version on Fox, and that claim is bogus.
Let your plans be dark and impenetrable as night, and when you move, fall like a thunder bolt...... Sun Tzu.
The supreme art of war is to defeat the enemy without fighting........ Sun Tzu.
Hannity showed the two clips - NBC version did not show initial question where he asked the audience the question. Both clips then shoe him making a statement/question as to why anyone in the room needs one of these 'assault style weapons'. He pauses for about 3 seconds, and then re-iterates that no one can answer his question. It was after this that several people respectfully answered the question (since apparently he actually did want an answer). The audience was respectful, and did not answer his question initially, not sure if it was retorical or not. Only after his long pause, and re-iterating that he was actually looking for an answer did anyone in the audience actually answer.
The other part cut out by NBC was after the moderator asked that the attendees not talk during the speaker's time, the speaker, seemingly not upset at all that people had actually responded to his question, quietly states "Anyway, we're all entitled to our own opinion, and I respect their opinions and their thoughts", and then he ask that they respect his opionion also and consider that is could have been their kid that was killed.
The speaker seems like a stand-up guy - a guy that is still mourning the loss of his son. I respect him, but I still disagree with him.
Steve Capus, the (former) president of NBC News is out. No word on whether he was fired or resigned, but he just signed a long term contract last summer.
No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms.
Laws are restrictive but sometimes necessary to maintain a civil society. Rights are nonrestrictive but are always necessary to maintain a free society.
Dont ask a question if you dont want an answer
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Short quiz........... multiple choice.
First Amendment to the Constitution:
Authorizes free speech for official State news agencies.
Protects the individual's right to own quill pens and 18th century manual printing presses.
Recognizes inalienable individual right to free speech.
Second Amendment to the Constitution:
Authorizes posession of arms by the Army and National Guard.
Protects the individual's right to own flint lock muskets and other 18th century arms.
Recognizes inalienable individual right to keeping and bearing arms.
It ain't rocket science
If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.
Washington didn't use his freedom of speech to defeat the British, He shot them!
Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it whether it exists or not, diagnosing it incorrectly, and applying the wrong remedy." -- Ernest Benn
...exactly...and lost them while they were defending the Constitution and the Bill of Rights...and all of us...if we don't speak for our dead service folks and LEOs who've died in the line of duty...they died for nothing...and that ain't gonna be said long as us old grey heads are around...
...I give the guy compassion...I respect his grief...but I wouldn't have let his pointed (and probably rehearsed and coached) questions remain unanswered, either...that's what got us Brady....nobody attacked or was rude to him...but to have left those questions hanging there would have been the same as agreeing with him...and thank God there were some there that don't...and dared speak up...
...not if he wants to be spokesman for the antis...if he's grieving at home, fine...but he enlisted in the battle...and for the wrong side...we should be fair and even, but Mr. Nice Guy never won a battle...and we're in the battle of our generation...we lose this one and it's all over...