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Piers Morgan tests out assault rifles

Piers Morgan tests out assault rifles

(2:12) After being accused of not understanding guns through lack of experience, Piers Morgan visits a shooting range in Texas to find out what it's like to shoot the gun he so much wants banned.

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Guest: (1768 days ago)
Latest comment: You gun nuts are just glove puppets of the NRA. Who prey on your paranoia and (often) limited intelligence. Arn't you embarrassed by being so blatantly manipulated by special interest NRA lobbyists for purely financial gain?
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Latest comment: You gun nuts are just glove puppets of the NRA. Who prey on your paranoia and (often) limited intelligence. Arn't you embarrassed by being so blatantly manipulated by special interest NRA lobbyists for purely financial gain?
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Keep on doing what you need to do America, you know whats best for you...
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Keep on doing what you need to do America, you know whats best for you...
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Guest: Stoopid-Texan (1768 days ago)
I think it's karma. The British Empire was super arrogant and has been paying the price. The Americans still think they are an empire - give 'em all the guns and paranoia they need and it won't be necessary for any country to fight back - friendly fire will save the day.
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I think it's karma. The British Empire was super arrogant and has been paying the price. The Americans still think they are an empire - give 'em all the guns and paranoia they need and it won't be necessary for any country to fight back - friendly fire will save the day.
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Guest: Spray (1769 days ago)
"Why would a civilian need one of these?" I don't much care for Piers but I reckon he's on to something here. I love America and have visited many times. It is an epic country by any measure - such variety, such opportunity. The gun laws in America, however, I cannot fathom. Why is the Second Amendment so sacrosanct? Arms have evolved beyond recognition since 1791; why hasn't the Amendment been amended? Fallible men conceived it, fallible men can revise it.
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"Why would a civilian need one of these?" I don't much care for Piers but I reckon he's on to something here. I love America and have visited many times. It is an epic country by any measure - such variety, such opportunity. The gun laws in America, however, I cannot fathom. Why is the Second Amendment so sacrosanct? Arms have evolved beyond recognition since 1791; why hasn't the Amendment been amended? Fallible men conceived it, fallible men can revise it.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1768 days ago)
To make an amendment, it must first be proposed either by the Congress with a two-thirds majority vote in both the House of Representatives and the Senate or by a constitutional convention called for by two-thirds of the State legislatures. The President has no role in this process so he does not need to sign anything. The governors of each state then takes that proposal to their state legislature. 3/4ths of the states need to ratify the proposal to make it an official amendment. So, as it seems, the Congress and the states do not feel it's necessary to amend or they would have started this process long ago. Instead, the president has signed some executive orders which will be challenged in court as unconstitutional. LINK
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To make an amendment, it must first be proposed either by the Congress with a two-thirds majority vote in both the House of Representatives and the Senate or by a constitutional convention called for by two-thirds of the State legislatures. The President has no role in this process so he does not need to sign anything. The governors of each state then takes that proposal to their state legislature. 3/4ths of the states need to ratify the proposal to make it an official amendment. So, as it seems, the Congress and the states do not feel it's necessary to amend or they would have started this process long ago. Instead, the president has signed some executive orders which will be challenged in court as unconstitutional. LINK
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Guest: WonderingAboot (1768 days ago)
Can a country be represented in the Darwin Awards?
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Can a country be represented in the Darwin Awards?
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Guest: Killer Wolf (1768 days ago)
damn shame someone didn't convince him to hold it the opposite way around.
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damn shame someone didn't convince him to hold it the opposite way around.
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