Tuesday, November 29, 2016

The NRA takes a victory lap for electing Donald Trump.

Courtesy of Salon: 

After spending $30 million in ads to prop up Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, the NRA is now planning to get a return on its investment. 

“This is our historic moment to go on offense,” explained NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre told members in a post-election video address. 

LaPierre also vowed that he would work to reverse the “tyrannical erosion of gun rights” and denounced states with tight gun control laws as having “deceitful web of gun bans, ammo bans, magazine bans, exorbitant fees, and taxes and registration schemes.”

LaPierre wants to convince the NRA members that they are responsible for the election of Donald Trump.

But of course we know that they would have been rendered impotent without the help of Russian hackers, fake news stories on Facebook, and the FBI's James Comey putting his thumb on the scale.

Funny how some people puff out their chest when their participation in a victory was negligible at best.

Must be why they need to carry guns in order to feel like a man.


  1. Anonymous6:24 AM

    " It appears that Rosie O'Donnell also took down her tweet which is why it will not display properly above.

    However if Melania thinks this video is gone forever, she really does not understand the internet."

    She doesn't need to understand the Internet. She only needs to understand how much power she has.

    You will come to understand you don't get to make the rules on how she protects her son.

    Rosie O'Donnell certainly has.

    Carry on moron.

    1. Anonymous7:54 AM

      Typical snot-laced answer from a dRUMPfster.

      Oh, and wrong thread assface.

  2. Anonymous6:50 AM


    Lock um up

    1. Anonymous7:10 AM



    2. Anonymous7:29 AM


    3. Anonymous8:12 AM

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    4. Anonymous8:15 AM

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      Burning the flag is completely legal in the U.S. As the Supreme Court ruled in 1989’s Texas v. Johnson, it’s protected as free speech under the First Amendment. The late Justice Antonin Scalia, who Trump often praises, joined the majority opinion in that case.


    5. Anonymous11:28 AM

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  3. Anonymous7:00 AM

    Question for Alaskans. Why do you all travel so much? Maybe a better question is how do you travel so much? My friend Jessie in Fairbanks and her kids are in Hawaii at the moment. They also went in October (kids are 7 and 9). I know there are flight deals for residents but still it's pricy. I feel like the average 5 year there is more well traveled than I was at 25 and I've been to 23 countries.

    1. Anonymous11:50 AM

      It's called fleecing the governmnent, or whichever corporation you're working for. They travel so much because Alaska is a great place to rape the environment for money, but a harsh place to enjoy.

    2. Anonymous3:27 AM

      Many folks in Alaska escape the cold winters (normally January or February) and scurry off to the islands of Hawaii for vacation time. I've done it for years and consider myself extremely fortunate to have been able to do so!

      It's running below zero in Fairbanks right now and Anchorage is suppose to hit minus temps next week.

      Why wouldn't you fly over to a warmer place (the flight takes about five hours) and enjoy the sun, warm temps and beaches? Makes perfect sense to me.

      But, do know that Alaska is always great to return to!

  4. Anonymous7:23 AM

    I have wondered why the gun-loving crowd seem to live in the happy certainty that the bad guys (i. e. liberals) will not get hold of guns. I think it's because they have watched way too much television. On TV they have magic guns. These somehow always kill the bad guys, while the good guys remain unscathed, ready for next week's episode.

    1. Anonymous9:34 AM

      ""The bottom line is that this whole election for gun owners in general was all about one thing: the Supreme Court,""Gun owners have now woken up and will engage to a degree that they haven't before,"

  5. Anonymous7:26 AM

    AGAIN? drumpf c@*T x2>

  6. Anonymous7:30 AM

    "tyrannical erosion of gun rights?”

    Did I miss something??

  7. Anonymous7:45 AM

    What? Are you actually sane?

  8. Anonymous7:48 AM

    How is the NRA a non-profit organization when they promote political candidates?

  9. Anonymous8:02 AM

    " white supremacy is one of the most powerful social, political, economic forces in modern history." To minimize the omnipresent power and threat of white supremacy at this moment is an act of capitulation — and one that imperils not just the safety and security of people of color but also America’s democratic institutions as well." “white supremacy” more accurately captures how social systems and institutions reproduce white privilege and power."For conservatives and members of the right, identity politics is a way to demean and reject the struggles of people of color, women, gays and lesbians and other marginalized groups as somehow not being legitimate or “real” politics. By implication, only the concerns of white men over their maintaining power and affluence constitute real or “normal” politics. This logic is one of the most powerful examples of the social and political work done by white male privilege in American society. "



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  11. Anonymous8:08 AM

    Wayne is trying to find a way to drum up more gun sales for his corporate masters now that they can't use hillary to scare people into buying more guns. Now that they can't use "hillary is coming for your penis extender" sales are going to slow.

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    2. Anonymous8:42 AM

      Guns have already been oversold to Americans with the majority of homes already housing many of them! I do agree with the term 'penis extender' as an awfully lot of white guys get off packing them because they think it makes them appear so manly! What jokers!

      Remember, the NRA was so afraid of President Obama (the black man) - they kept saying he was going to hamper the sale of their promoted products! And, of course, it was a big fucking lie - he never countered them at all!

      Americans are such idiots! It's been embarrassing to watch many of them!

      And, now we have the creepiest guy on the planet that is going to lead our country. Hopefully, he'll be impeached immediately and we'll never hear his voice again!

    3. Anonymous9:29 AM


  12. Anonymous8:16 AM

    Trump’s Pick For HHS Signals He Is Dead Serious About Repealing Obamacare

    Tom Price might go after Medicare and Medicaid, too

    President-elect Donald Trump will name an ultra-conservative surgeon, Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.), to run the Department of Health and Human Services.

    The choice, which Trump’s transition team announced on Tuesday morning, would appear to signal Trump’s determination to proceed with a major overhaul of federal health care programs ― including not just Obamacare, which Republicans have sworn to repeal, but also Medicare and Medicaid.


    1. What it should do is make clear to House and Senate Democrats that there should be NO "working with" Trump or the Republicans. They should do exactly what the Republicans have done for the last 8 years. Dig in their heels and as a solid block obstruct every nominee and every single vote that comes through Congress. Across the board, whatever it is, deny them the votes.

      Oh, and Nancy Pelosi needs to step DOWN. We do not need her kind of leadership any more.


      "Pelosi has led the party since 2003, and Ryan is making a long-shot bid to unseat her. He’s advocating a major shakeup in leadership and an expanded role for rank-and-file members after Democrats took a drubbing in the elections, due in large part to white working-class voters showing up in droves for President-elect Donald Trump.

      They are precisely the kind of people leaders like Pelosi have been ignoring, Ryan argues, and precisely the kind of people he represents in his district.

      “This election is not going to be won at fundraisers on the coasts,” the Ohio Democrat told The Wall Street Journal last week. “It’s going to be won in union halls in the industrial Midwest and fish fries in the Midwest and the South.”

      Ryan made the point again on NBC’s “Meet The Press” on Sunday: “We’ve got to have someone who cannot just go on MSNBC, but go on Fox and Fox Business and CNBC, and go into union halls and fish fries and churches all over the country and start a brush fire about what a new Democratic Party looks like.” "

    2. Anonymous3:18 AM

      Nancy Pelosi is the ONLY one that can currently lead the Democrats out of their problems in D.C. I'm behind her 100%. She's sharp as shit and did an excellent job last time when the leader!

  13. Anonymous8:20 AM

    ‘Do I have a double chin in this one?’: Internet mocks ‘working hard with Trump’ PR stunt photo


  14. Anonymous8:31 AM

    He's a fucking asshole and Americans are in major trouble. Just watch - he and other Republicans are going to kill off the elderly intentionally. I hope they all rot in hell when their comes and their time cannot come soon enough!

  15. Anonymous8:31 AM

    First they came for the 1st Amendment. Then the 14th, 15th & 19th. When Trump is done 2nd will be all that's left


    1. Nope. The 5th. He luuuuuvs the 5th.

      He'll get rid of the 2nd right after the first assassination attempt.

  16. Anonymous8:33 AM

    Televangelist Rick Joyner compares Trump to Jesus’ disciples: ‘Every one of them were Donald Trumps’


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  17. Anonymous8:37 AM

    WARNING:"'Military Industrial Complex' WARNING"


    Truth speak except this> FREE
    Religious people<NO under God we pray?
    Educated elite< YES Knowledge is power

    How you all doing?

  18. Anonymous11:47 AM

    Minorities need to start carrying guns too. You're not the only one with a gun, bitch.

  19. Let him take the credit.

    When things fall apart, we can point the Deplorables to HIM as the reason their lives have turned to shit. "He told you Trump would ......"

  20. They forgot one item on the NRA's wish list. Every child born in this country after 1/20/17 will be issued a gun upon leaving the womb. If the parents aren't gun advocates, the child will be allowed to shoot them without consequence and the state will raise the child. That will be one screwed up child if raise by those wolves.


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