Posted by BE on January 10th, 2013
Q: ‘How many gun murders were there in Britain last year?’
A: ‘How many baboons can dance on the head of a pin?’
Teabaggers. Ya gotta love ‘em….
I’ve heard that the most dangerous part of a gun is the nut behind the trigger.
Now I believe it.
Disgraced phone hacking, former Tabloid Press editor foolishly invites fear mongering, conspiracy theorist shock jock onto his show.
Perhaps Brian could tender his services for a good fee to these two overpaid buffoons.
Billy Connelly skit to a tee!!
“You’re a hatchet man for the New World Order”.
Hmmm. Looks like he has been going to the Kat teapot tapes school of plot theories.
A good case for Prozac and limitation of citizens armaments.
This should be circulated as widely as possible
Incredibly, Jones and his ilk are supported in their views by millions of Americans and it matters not what the rest of the world thinks. Politicians’ decisions everywhere are driven not by common sense or decency, but by facilitating their own re-election by pandering to the majority.
And this is an example of an influential citizen in the country that claims to protect the free world?
What Mr Jones appears to believe is that the 2nd Amendment is more sacrosanct than human life.
And is it the 1st Amendment that allows him to appear on the Piers Morgan show to discuss the 2nd Amendment?
All the intellectual firepower of a blunderbuss – makes a loud noise, but usually misses its target.
“Alexander Emerick “Alex” Jones (born February 11, 1974) is an American talk radio host, actor and filmmaker.”
He is also a New World Order nutter. Exactly how does this make him the intellectual basis for the 2nd Amendment?
While I’m not against Obama’s gun control proposals, I agree with Alan that Alex Jones is hardly a credible player in the pro-gun crowd.
I’m sure one reason Piers Morgan interviewed Alex Jones was because he is a fringe nut job who was a sure bet to produce a crazy rant.