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Should Wayne LaPierre be Sent to Gitmo?

According to the Washington Post, NRA should now be considered a terrorist organization for supporting civil liberties.

Is the NRA a terrorist organization?

By George W. Bush’s standard — you’re either with us or against us in the fight against terrorism — NRA chief Wayne LaPierre should be just a few frequent-flier miles short of a free ticket to Gitmo right about now.

8 Responses to “Should Wayne LaPierre be Sent to Gitmo?”

  1. Peter Hamm says:

    Wayne’s style of dress would not serve him well in Gitmo. He’s much more a Kennebunkport Minimum Security prison with a golf course sort.

  2. Adam says:

    From the article..”Faced with a choice between conspiracy theories and the testimony of the heroes of Times Square”…
    So Bloomberg testifying before the Senate committee is now a HERO of what happened in Times Square?

    Are you kidding me?

  3. Gareth A says:

    “Is the NRA a terrorist organization?”

    Two answers, both of them correct.

    First: “No.”

    Second “Of course not, you dozy git!”

  4. Only if the ACLU chief gets sent to Gitmo with him for supporting unlimited freedom of speech and protection from warrantless searches for terrorists on the secret watchlist.

  5. Brad says:

    No wonder Democrats in general have run away in terror from the gun control issue. Demagogic hacks like Dana Millbanks seem to really want a holy crusade against American gun owners. The same kind of reckless agitation created the climate for the U.S. Civil War.

  6. Brad says:

    Goodness, I misspelled that hack’s name, Dana Milbank.

  7. Brad says:

    Rereading the Milbank hit piece, I was struck by not only the frothing hostility of the article but also the rank cynicism. What a black hearted puny soul.

  8. Weer'd Beard says:

    So the Brady Center has now been reduced to Trolling Sebastian’s blog.

    FYI, did Pete access from his work ISP or home?

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