Sunday, January 23, 2011

WaPo beats the drum for a magazine ban.



Anonymous said...

Why has no one posted any links to 'Operation Gunwalker' on WaPo or other big papers?
I know most of the libtards won't read it anyway but there has to be a way to get it out, since everyone at .gov has turned their back on this story.
Another .gov murder mystery and instead they're trying to shove more laws down our throats.

Dedicated_Dad said...

I linked on through to the "Carter Country" story, then decided to contact the authors to push "Project Gunwalker."

Details are HERE...


Defender said...

I've been linking to every Brady Coalition press release I find on websites, and NRA ones too.
I'm about to DARE a local reporter who wants semi-autos banned completely to demonstrate his journalistic ethics when presented with a news tip.

Reg T said...

Thanks, DD. I tried several times to post a comment, but could not find a way to do so even after I registered at WaPo. I'll use the link for Sari to reinforce the Gunwalker story, but the other reporter's link comes up 404.

Anonymous said...

They are not interested in your opinion. They are interested in causing you to change your opinion, any way they can manage it. Oh, and they don't want your point of view clouding the issues for others, who are already pretty much on board with them.

Facts tend to create problems for them and questions in the minds of the "re-educated" and they really don't want to have to work any harder at this transformation than they already have. You will never talk them out of their beliefs. But you might succeed in talking the American people out of believing their propaganda and into questioning their indoctrinations. Do that and there will be consequences.

They can't and won't allow even a hint of what they are actually doing, to reach the body politic because people, hate being lied to and generally tend to seek retribution after the fact.

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Jeff said...

Did you really expect anything different from the Washington Compost? Liberal rag.