Thursday, January 17, 2013

Why Does CNN Insist on Having Former and Current Foreign Nationals on a Panel to Debate the Constitutional Rights of Americans Who Have Been Here for Multiple Generations?

First, let's review some of the panel in the video:

Piers Morgan - British national

Christiane Amanpour - British national originally - her American husband is an informal adviser to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and President Barack Obama.

Deepak Chopra - Born in India and later emigrated to the U.S.

I wonder if Mr Chopra has ever read this quote from another high profile Indian national:

"Among the many misdeeds of the British rule in India, history will look upon the act of depriving a whole nation of arms, as the blackest." — Mahatma Gandhi

Piers Morgan Tonight, "Townhall" Discussion About Gun Control - Dec 19, 2012

In the video, Piers, the 'expert' states that an AR15 will fire 4-6 rounds per second. I would like to see Piers take an AR15 to the range, and demonstrate that on video for his viewers personally. Of course a true assault weapon will fire upwards of 900 rounds per minute, depending on weapon configuration and if there is a rate reduction buffer to control the speed in which BCG cycles. If the AR15 is such a 'devastating' rifle and a 'weapon of mass destruction', then please explain why seventy people were shot in Colorado, and only twelve were fatalities.  If you do the math, that is a kill ratio of only twenty percent. If the AR 15 is just as deadly as the select fire weapons in the military, then why isn't the military issued the AR15 rifle, which would save the government huge costs in reduced ammo usage? That's an easy one, because they are not the same, and those pushing gun control are being deliberately dishonest to the uninformed general public.

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