More Liberal Bullsh*t Equating Lawful Gun Owners To Terror


Dave Perry, editor of the Aurora, Colo.-based Aurora Sentinel, penned a column late last month using his bully pulpit of tragedy to suggest that gun owners, and more specifically National Rifle Association members, are terrorists who deserve to be detained at Guantanamo Bay.

Referencing the failure of anti-gun legislation, Perry wrote the following:

I have seen the light. After all these years, I now agree that it’s fruitless to give the benefit of the doubt to people who are so obviously corrupt, so clearly malevolent, so bent on hurting innocent people for their own sick gain.

No more due process in the clear-cut case of insidious terrorism. When the facts are so clearly before all Americans, for the whole world to see, why bother with this country’s odious and cumbersome system of justice? Send the guilty monsters directly to Guantanamo Bay for all eternity and let them rot in their own mental squalor.

No, no, no. Not the wannabe sick kid who blew up the Boston marathon or the freak that’s mailing ricin-laced letters to the president. I’m talking about the real terrorist threat here in America: the National Rifle Association.

I’m not laughing. What the NRA did last week was no laughing matter. Aurora is a community that knows only too well the downside of prolific guns, of military weapons in the hands of crazy people, of a nation that’s gone so far off base when it comes to firearm regulations that common sense is beyond our reach…

…And not only did the liars at the NRA cheat the 90 percent of Americans wanting expanded gun registration out of what they want, by cheating and extorting and misleading, they celebrated their successful deceit when they “won.”…

…By using the weapon of choice for all terrorist organizations, extortion, the NRA has forced the action of about 45 ineffectual U.S. senators, a clear act of terrorism and treason. And Wayne LaPierre and his arrogant cronies are laughing about it. They’re laughing at 9 out of 10 of you and your insistence that Congress do something reasonable to stop the insanity in this country.

It’s time for the majority of Americans to fight the battle cowards in the Senate are too gutless to handle. If you have a relationship with the terrorists at the NRA, end it. Insist your political heroes do the same and turn back NRA blood money from gun makers. If you really stand behind the spirit of the American Constitution, push back against the cancerous threat that seeks to undermine it for the sake of U.S. gun makers.

The NRA is by no means a perfect organization. It does do work to protect gun rights, but it certainly does so by focusing on primary goals first: making money and lobbying.

But to suggest all of its members are terrorists is certainly more dangerous and unconscionable than anything the NRA will ever do.

**Here is a link to the original editorial. But remember, by heading over to the rag that published it you risk bumping their numbers and providing them with more advertising revenue. 

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Sam Rolley

Sam Rolley began a career in journalism working for a small town newspaper while seeking a B.A. in English. After covering community news and politics, Rolley took a position at Personal Liberty Media Group where could better hone his focus on his true passions: national politics and liberty issues. In his daily columns and reports, Rolley works to help readers understand which lies are perpetuated by the mainstream media and to stay on top of issues ignored by more conventional media outlets.

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  • MexicansaysLibtardsRpukes

    Libtard Perry is a commie moron!

  • JimH

    Does Mr. Perry really believe all 5 million NRA members are terrorists?
    Mr. Perry, look up and see how many active NRA members are convicted of a felony. Look up how many felony’s are committed by an active NRA member.(2 different things)
    We know a law that does nothing to stop criminals or madmen, and takes freedoms, rights and liberty’s away from good people is a bad deal.
    To bad you don’t get it.
    Now go eat your Purina sheeple chow and wash it down with some Kool- Aid and leave our rights alone.

  • Cam Alft

    what the real scary part is,this man perry is on the side of obama!remember,obama is in the middle of a media blackout that involver his impeachment and the cover up of begazi and the coverup of sandy hook!(if you don’t believe the hook part,check out CNN’s chrisis actor!a women living in sandy hook that was interviewed about school shooting,is same woman who lives in boston and was interviewed about bombing,twice!)this country is being lied to by this man obama and his henchmen,and mosy are eating it up!

  • JeffH

    Sam Rolley, you had it right until you made this statement:

    “The NRA is by no means a perfect organization. It does do work to protect gun rights, but it certainly does so by focusing on primary goals first: making money and lobbying.”

    While I agree that the NRA, like any other organization, is not perfect, I challenge you to prove that the NRA’s primary goal is:

    1 – “to make money”

    2 – “lobby”

    You know you can’t honestly defend that comment because the NRA’s goal has always been the same as it was in 1871…except that it has become a major political force and America’s foremost defender of Second Amendment
    rights. The NRA has, since its inception, been the premier firearms education
    organization in the world.

    Without the “money” the NRA couldn’t “lobby” to protect the 2nd Amendment…you’re smart enough to know that the NRA’s raising money is a part of the “necessary evil” of lobbying…without it the playing field could never be level and the 2nd Amendment would be destroyed by the overwhelming money of the anti-gun lobby.

    • Dave

      Here you go Jeffery,

      Wayne LaPierre gets paid just under $1,000,000 dollars a year to peddle his fear-mongering BS.

      The organization’s mission is simply stated, right at the top: “To protect and defend the U.S. Constitution.” To accomplish this, in 2010 the NRA reported that it had 781 full time employees, 125,000 volunteers and generated revenues of $227.8 million.

      Where does all that come from? In 2010, $71 million came from contributions and grants, $100 million from membership fees and $46 million from other revenue sources, like ad sales ($20 million) royalties, rents and subscriptions.

      In 2010 that wasn’t enough to cover expenses. In total, they spent $243.5 million, leaving a $15 million shortfall, at least that year, which was cushioned by assets of $37.5 million.

      Where did all the money go? About $33 million went to salaries and wages (not including the top brass), $28 million went to advertising and promotions. By far the biggest items were membership outreach: $57 million for membership communications, $24 million for printing and shipping, $16 million for educational programs. Just about $10 million went to the NRA’s lobbying arm, the Institute for Legislative Action.

      More than $12.7 million went to Akron-Ohio based InfoCision, a huge telemarketing company that lists a broad spectrum of blue chip non-profits as clients– including Smile Train, the American Diabetes Association, Easter Seals and Unicef—as well as the College Republican National Committee and companies like Time Warner and AT&T.

      As for salaries, fifty-six people in the organization earned more than $100,000 in 2010—and 10 made more than $250,000. Lapierre does not top the list. Kayne B. Robinson, the executive director of general operations does. He was paid just over $1 million. Lapierre was second, pulling in $970,000 in reportable and estimated comp.

      Chris W. Cox, the executive director of the group’s lobbying efforts, was third. He earned just over $666,000.”
      Believe whatever fairytale you wish…. These people are in it for the money.

      • JeffH

        Dave says DUH!
        Just an FYI, you’re not smart enough to know that the NRA’s raising money is a part of the “necessary evil” of lobbying…without it the playing field could never be level and the 2nd Amendment would be destroyed by the overwhelming money of the anti-gun lobby.

        You forgot to mention the “Round-up” program that some retail vendors participate in or that Midway USA collected and donted $1 million to the NRA and Ruger has a program that also contributes to the NRA.

        Tell me something that I don’t know…I’ve been a contributing member for many years and I, at least, understand that it take big money to fight money and to fight you and your anti-gun nut agenda.

        • Dave

          More ad homenim attacks from poor Jeffrey.
          So angry too…
          But then thats ole Jeffrey…

          • JeffH

            Sorry, I didn’t understand what you said? Oh, OK it was bahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!

          • Dave

            I see that 12 step program hasn’t worked out for you yet. Keep at it. You will get there one day I know it.

          • JeffH

            Another infantile remark from you Dave47D…you’re on a role now.

    • Dave

      The NRA is one of the most powerful lobby groups in the nation. The NRA alone outspent gun control groups 10X. The playing field is not “level”… It is highly skewed to favor the NRA and keeping their leadership in the 6 and 7 figure lifestyles they are accustomed to.
      The gun control lobby is dwarfed by the gun lobby. Its not even close… Thats why the laws around gun safety has been loosened, not tightened Jeffrey. Nice Spin job though…

      • JeffH


        Dave, you’re sounding more and more like Chubby Checker everytime you open your mouth.

        FYI, Your envy is shining through.

        I got your position a long time ago Dave and It’s unfortunate, but not unexpected, that you have chosen NOT to support the Constitution, freedom and liberty for all.

        Oh, by the way, how does it feel to have the power of the NRA and GOA turn the tables on you progressive gun control nuts despite the carefully crafted attacks against the NRA and the 2nd Amendment?

        Simply a positive for us that believe in and support the Law of the Land, the Constitution.

        • Dave

          So angry today Jeffrey… Maybe you need to go to the gun range and squeeze off a few rounds. It will help settle you. You are so out of sorts without a gun in your hand.

          • JeffH
          • Dave

            Good, Its not good to walk around with all that anger. I hope squeezing off a few helps your condition. Try and remember… Obama is not out to get you…then squeeze off a few… then say to yourself “Obama is not a socialist, communist or Marxist” then squeeze off a few more rounds. I believe firing a gun takes you to a happy calm place and repeating things that are based in reality and not conservative-fantasyland will be good for you and eventually you won’t need the meds anymore. Once we get to that level then we will work on you feeling like a man without a gun in your hand. That will be a tough one because right now, Its clear that your feelings of strength stem from an ability to squeeze a trigger. Once we get you some more self-confidence and self-worth, then you can move you away from your wrong-headed ideas of your manliness being tied to a gun. Once we do that, then you will be ready to function normally in society. You won’t need to go to Walmart at 3am to feel like you belong.
            I am pulling for you Jeffrey. Good luck!!

          • JeffH

            How Liberals Think – Liberals Tend To Be Childish, Resentful, and Authoritarian
            By Dr. William Pierce

            At the core of the liberal/progressive personality is an excessive degree of egoism, which in the worst cases amounts to narcissism. This excessive egoism is an infantile characteristic. Which is to say, it is a normal characteristic in infants, but in the case of healthy growth it recedes as the individual develops and matures. A permissive upbringing retards the normal process of maturing.

            A second very important element in the liberal personality — an element closely related to the egoism – is resentment coupled with envy. That is why in the
            past liberalism has sometimes been called an ideology based on resentment. The iberal finds very distasteful the notion that some people are brighter than he is, better looking, more industrious, more righteous or moral, more cultured, more artistic, more capable, or more successful. And he regards these people who
            are better than he is — and because of being better, more powerful — as a threat, as an irksome constraint. This envy and resentment is in a way a carryover into adult life of the sort of resentment that a spoiled,
            self-indulgent child might feel toward a parent who won’t let him do exactly what he wants to do, a parent who won’t let him eat all the cookies in the cookie jar or torment an animal for his amusement or “play with himself,” to use a familiar euphemism. It may express itself in infancy in the form of a tantrum. In adulthood it is expressed as a strong attraction to the ideology of
            egalitarianism: the idea that no one is better than anyone else.

          • Dave

            I see squeezing off a few did not help yet. Pulling more sad and pathetic stories from from a conservative writing on a conservative site. I know conservatives need to write garbage like this afterall, conservatism fought against ending slavery, civil rights and the right of women to vote. If my ideology had that awful record, i would be angry too. Maybe today you can go back to the gun range and wirk off some more of that anger.

          • JeffH

            I see Dave can’t resist the temptation to make a fool of himself, ie, childish, ignorant and immature.
            “Conservatives roll their eyes and sigh when you lie about them. Liberals get angry when you tell the truth about them.”

          • Dave

            LOL! Ok Jeffery… Nice shooting by the way.

            I will look to you from now on when it comes to facts and maturity because when you call someone a socialist… you do it in such a “mature” way. LOL
            Now work on that anger. maybe as you work on that you can tell me where I am wrong on slavery, civil rights and women’s sufferage and the conservative record there. K? Maybe you can thinnk about that afetr you squeeze a few more rounds out today.

          • JeffH

            You progressives are a hoot…you keep mentioning anger…obviously your definition of anger and mine differ.

            Opps, my bad – I almost forgot “what” you are…a progressive…which answers my own question.
            I’ve annoyed you so therfore, by you thoughts, I am angry.

            “For behold in his fury he doeth despite to the senseless clay.” – Aristotle’s Rhetoric

            Why would I even attempt to tell you whether you are right or wrong on slavery, civil rights and women’s sufferage and FYI…there are no conservative records on those issues?

            Two points, what does that question have to do with anything we’ve ever had an exchange on besides absolutley nothing! DUH!

            Secondly, you’re a whole lot confused by asking for the “conservative record” on those issues when there are none to draw any conclusions from, nada, zero…DUH!

            If you want my personal thoughts, slavery was bad and something I don’t believe in or approve of.

            Civil Rights? I’ll assume you’re referring to the African-American civil rights movement. Again I don’t like racisim and fully support civil rights equality for all people.

            Women’s Sufferage? I support equal rights for all women.

            That all said, now seek some help Dave47D, seek some help!

          • Dave

            Anger and denial…
            I just hope that when Obamacare kicks in next year, you can benefit from insurance firms not denying you for pre-existing conditions.
            You need more therapy than squeezing off a few rounds can get you. Good luck Jeffrey. I hope that meds and therapy will get you better. I am pulling for you.

          • JeffH

            Dave47D, Of course you completely ignored my answers to your drivel above…that’s OK though because I know that ya just can’t handle the heat!

            Try to stay focused.