The guy speaking in this audio/video is an idiot. Comparing a person that wants more money from a bank to maintain a lifestyle to the situation in the US is lame at best. The country isn't broke because of the need or desire for two houses or dance lessons. It's broke because of over spending and most likely that is for wars.
That's right, they counted the votes of dead people and counted votes twice. Sounds like some fine investigative journalism by a big mouth New Yorker. Of course the fact that the republicans actually did try and mess with voting hours in certain locations to improve their chances doesn't cross his lips.
So are they trying to change the second amendment, or just make assault rifles unavailable?
This guy is just another sore fucking loser because his guy didn't win.
Michael Savage is a right-wing biased talk show host. He rarely goes into conspiracies, but this time makes good points about Dems taking advantage of the crisis (sans the election complaints) when the details of the alleged shooter's weapon is fuzzy. (the whole case has fuzzy "reported" details). Fine, it wasn't the best choice of video to post with him narrating the intended subject while injecting his old thoughts about the past election. Both parties have overspent and have contributed to the overall ruin. The 2nd amendment and personal freedom is in danger whichever party is in power (patriot act, drones, etc). They know the economic collapse is coming and want the citizenry's guns removed by then.
"A provision in the Feinstein bill requires you to register the guns you already have into a database and get fingerprinted. Then, they can know where they are when additional restrictions are put into place. OR if they decide to confiscate them."
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