Quote of the day—George Kennedy

Which organization is more dangerous to Americans — ISIS or the NRA?

As you know, ISIS is the acronym for The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. It is a terrorist organization founded in 1999, headquartered in Syria and feared around the world.

The NRA is the acronym for the National Rifle Association, founded in 1871*, headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, and feared by politicians across America.

What makes ISIS so feared is its willingness to kill in pursuit of its goal of creating a fundamentalist caliphate.

What makes the NRA so feared is its willingness to spend heavily and campaign aggressively in pursuit of its goal of removing all restrictions on the possession and use of firearms just about anywhere by just about anyone.

In our country, the NRA is a lot closer to meeting its goal.

George Kennedy
April 20, 2017
GEORGE KENNEDY: The NRA’s influence is a danger to us all
[This is what they think of us and our specific enumerated right to keep and bear arms.—Joe]


4 thoughts on “Quote of the day—George Kennedy

  1. A: “willingness to kill”
    B: “willingness to spend heavily and campaign aggressively”

    Looks like Mr. Kennedy missed the old Sesame Street “one of these things is not like other” lesson. And that’s just one possible criticism of his statement.

  2. “…its goal of removing all restrictions on the…use of firearms…”

    That brings up the usual question regarding leftists;
    Is it possible that Kennedy is really that ignorant, or is he being intentionally deceptive? I have to go with deceptive.

    For those who care, the truth is readily obtainable. For those who CLAIM to care, the truth is also readily obtainable, and yet they miss it every time. Thus it is certainly intentional.

    This one is easier than some, because of its ridiculousness. The way Kennedy portrays it, the NRA wants us all to be free to shoot anywhere, at anything or at anyone, to shoot in all directions, anytime. He’s saying that the right to bear arms for self defense and defense of community and country equals legalized murder and mayhem.

    Again; to give a Marxist agitator the benefit of the doubt, to let him off the hook, is to say he is both ignorant and incapable of finding the truth (ignorant and incompetent). In this case however there can be no doubt. He’s not only a liar, he’s a poor liar.

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