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Comicguy1

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bd2999

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Subj: Re:I Think That You're Probably Right About The NRA.
Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 at 02:29:11 pm EST (Viewed 186 times)
Reply Subj: Re:The Hypocrisy
Posted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 at 09:55:08 am EST (Viewed 201 times)

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    The Hypocrisy comes from her always bashing the NRA for spewing BS about guns (Which they do.), and saying that them and Republican lawmakers were "Complicit." in the Vegas shootings. In fact, pretty much right after the shooting she blasted the NRA in a Tweet. I guess that she didn't even have to wait for the facts to come out, or the fact that the guns were obtained legally and that he was stockpiling (Which most gun owners certainly don't do.). Not to mention the BS that she said about Bernie Sanders siding with the gun manufacturers instead of the children and families of the Sandy Hook shooting after he said that he didn't think that gun manufacturers should be sued. That's where the hypocrisy comes from.


As BG points out, that is not hypicrisy. Those can be considered varying degrees of lies, half-truths and cherry picking but they are not hypocrisy.

From what you are describing, she is consistent with all of this.

For what it is worth, the NRA deserves more blasting than it gets. As it has corrupted what gun rights were in the US for about two hundred years.

But Hillary should still be called out. Granted, she's not really all THAT relevant anymore, but to me she does come off as hypocritical when she bashes the NRA and others for doing some of the same stuff that she does, and politicizing tragedies (Her comments regarding Bernie Sanders and Sandy Hook.). just like they do. Maybe hypocrisy isn't the right word, but I think that you get my point.


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