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I live in MN. Our Democratic governor is out for pheasant opening, deer opening, and likes to shoot handguns . Sporting clays is our fastest growing school sport, and once you get out of the cities, duck boats and hunting dogs are in a lot of yards. Lots of Dems own and use guns. The anti gunners are the equivalent of the Tea party, where the tail wags the dog.
 

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I live in MN. Our Democratic governor is out for pheasant opening, deer opening, and likes to shoot handguns . Sporting clays is our fastest growing school sport, and once you get out of the cities, duck boats and hunting dogs are in a lot of yards. Lots of Dems own and use guns. The anti gunners are the equivalent of the Tea party, where the tail wags the dog.
One of the "2nd amendment is about hunting" crowd?
 

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Bradley Cooper is an incredible actor, as exemplified by his ability to portray a conservative military sniper so convincingly that people actually believe he should be a conservative gun lover in real life. That said, he is entitled to his opinion, and the freedom to speak it.
 

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Bradly Cooper, "President Barack Obama has been "incredible.""

Wow, nuff said for me ...
 

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Bradley Cooper is an incredible actor, as exemplified by his ability to portray a conservative military sniper so convincingly that people actually believe he should be a conservative gun lover in real life. That said, he is entitled to his opinion, and the freedom to speak it.
As is everybody.

The problem some people are now having with him is his perceived hypocrisy. Not the fact that he is entitled to an opinion.
 

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Bradley Cooper is an incredible actor, as exemplified by his ability to portray a conservative military sniper so convincingly that people actually believe he should be a conservative gun lover in real life. That said, he is entitled to his opinion, and the freedom to speak it.
Yep no matter how misguided and foolish it may be.
 

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He certainly has a right to his beliefs, as does Liam Neeson, Matt Damon, and others of their ilk. And we have a right not to patronize their movies. What galls me is that they use their celebrity to advance an agenda that is foreign to this nation. If they kept their beliefs to themselves, then fine. But when they come out with nonsense, like Neeson and Damon did, then they're crap to me.
 

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Wife and her BFF are going to see Matt Damon tomorrow . I'm going to baby sit my 6 month old grandson for my Daughter (working) . Told my wife I don't don't spend money on people who insult me!


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It happens ..I just said..figures and moved on... A LOT of these Hollywood people are liberals that play a lot of ACTING ROLES...which makes people think they may like and or support the 2nd amendment..they dont its a ACTING ROLE...thats what ACTORS do...lol..no biggie just realize what they really are and move on..Other than that sniper movie ive never seen nor watched anything with that guy in it...

And I know what actors do and have no issue with it..will I see the Bourne movie yup..even though I know Damon is a tard..I dont care .
 

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Who's the fool.

The guy paid millions of dollars to act like he's a military hero?

Or the guy who believes what he sees on screen is the same as real life?
 

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He did a great job in "American Sniper" , a big break from his usual rom-coms . Now he mouths lefty pap, okay. He's an ACTOR. He did his job in the movie. He said whatever popped in his head in real life. Mehh
 

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And I know what actors do and have no issue with it..will I see the Bourne movie yup..even though I know Damon is a tard..I dont care .
I am not a hypocrite, which means I do not give money to anyone who who is against the 2A.
 
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Bradley Cooper may have been at the DNC, but I'll give him this. Many other celebrities, whether liberal or conservative, although mostly liberal, love to get on social media, or in an interview or whatever opportunity they have to tell everyone about how we need more gun control, or whatever issue they feel like talking about, as if they think anyone gives a crap what they think. I haven't heard any of this from Cooper. Maybe he has said it somewhere, but I havent heard it. He can be a misguided liberal idiot if he wants, I just hope he keeps his opinion to himself.

I am not a hypocrite, which means I do not give money to anyone who who is against the 2A.
Sure you do. Maybe you dont know it, but you do.
 

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Bradley Cooper is an incredible actor, as exemplified by his ability to portray a conservative military sniper so convincingly that people actually believe he should be a conservative gun lover in real life. That said, he is entitled to his opinion, and the freedom to speak it.
Just as folks are free to express their opinion about him.
 

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He's an actor. He played a role. He's not Chris Kyle. He's Bradley Cooper.

I don't see what the fuss is all about.
He uses his celebrity to advance his position and his agenda which is contrary to the Bill of Rights. We don't have a soap box anywhere near the size of his as individuals to protect that which was passed down to us. If he kept his opinions to himself, or to just his friends and family, then fine. But the fact is celebrities have a lot of influence on a sizable portion of the population, which is something that we as individuals cannot hope to match.

What if instead of the right to bear arms, his position was that he strongly believed in unwarranted searches at any time of day, whether the property owner was present or not? Would that still be okay? Or perhaps banning the right of the People to assemble and redress grievances with their state legislators?

As for just playing a role, yes that's true. But doesn't it seem somewhat odd and a bit hypocritical, that some of these people are more than happy to accept roles playing heroes and using firearms in those roles while their personal beliefs are completely against the private ownership and carrying of arms?

Now I don't have a clue what Cooper's position is on private ownership of firearms... perhaps I missed that part. Has he openly stated his position on this issue? If so, what did he say? Can anyone enlighten me on this?

I will say that American Sniper was an excellent movie and Cooper turned in an outstanding job playing Chris Kyle. That and he looked so much like him that at times you actually thought it was him.
 

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Oh well, being a bed wetter seems to be SOP in hollyweird. Too bad Clint didnt rub off more on the boy.
 
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