Saturday, February 2, 2013

Hoplophobia epidemic in Pennsylvania.

Cameraman refuses to film guns

7 comments:

Old NFO said...

Pathetic, simply pathetic...

Anonymous said...

That camera operator will wish a gun was available when the roving bands of home invaders come knocking at the door.

Anonymous said...

Will someone point out to the (female) cameraman that she was surounded by concealed, fully operative penises - possessed by gun owners!

She was quite safe though as I doubt that any of them would be used in her presence ...

III

SWIFT said...

"That camera operator will wish a gun was available when the roving bands of home invaders come knocking at the door." Nah. Being a dyed in the wool Lefty, she'll reach for her scissors. Still, her kind could be useful to resistance groups when the shooting starts. In Viet-nam, when a trail was suspected of being booby trapped and/or mined, nearby villagers were rounded up and made to walk down the trail first.

Anonymous said...

Publish the name and address of the camera person in the local paper. /snarc off
Fire her/him. I'm sure he/she can find a perfectly good job in Hollywierd filming gun action violence movies. (S)He should fit in just fine, with no complaints from either side.

B Woodman
III-PER

The Colonel said...

upsetting ,just seeing some guns and they were not even able to work at the time. Well I might get upset seeing some things like gays or people drinking BUT do I get all upset and refuse to work ,NO I do my job and don't say anything while at work . But not this camera girl.....Boy I think I will start speaking up now....

Trinity said...

Funny how an America photographer can be sued, and in some states put out of business, for refusing to provide services to someone based on their personal believes -- i.e., Christian photographer refusing to shot a same sex wedding, a conservative Jewish inn keeper refusing to host Muslims.

Yet, since guns are politically incorrect and despised by the governing elites, discrimination against gun owners due to their legally held personal beliefs and property is all good -- no harm, no foul...progressive collectivist hypocrisy at it's finest.