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Piers Morgan bows out with a final message on gun control

Piers Morgan bows out with a final message on gun control

(3:24) Piers Morgan blasts the NRA and American gun law in his signing off speech on the last CNN Piers Morgan Live show.

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (2438 days ago)

I like watching Piers Morgan. He can't hide it when he feels uncomfortable. Sometimes I feel sorry for him, as he gets slaughtered by his guest.

His interview with Chelsea Handler was classic. LINK

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I like watching Piers Morgan. He can't hide it when he feels uncomfortable. Sometimes I feel sorry for him, as he gets slaughtered by his guest.

His interview with Chelsea Handler was classic. LINK

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Guest: JesusYourFlavour (2438 days ago)

Who is this person ?!@#?

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Who is this person ?!@#?

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Guest: Alan M (2438 days ago)
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I personally don't like guns, yet I have no fundamental objection to Joe Public owning them. I can appreciate that the original intention of 'the right to bear arms' was a passive-aggressive attempt to hold in check any potential wayward Government - meaning 'don't f**k with us, we can fight back if you get nasty'. That seems reasonable enough, given the way that the people in power always forget that they are meant to be serving the public, not abusing them!
I only wish that the gun owners that turn out to be/become homicidal maniacs could find it within themselves to identify more deserving targets than random cinema goers and schoolchildren. There is no shortage of more appropriate alternatives.

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I personally don't like guns, yet I have no fundamental objection to Joe Public owning them. I can appreciate that the original intention of 'the right to bear arms' was a passive-aggressive attempt to hold in check any potential wayward Government - meaning 'don't f**k with us, we can fight back if you get nasty'. That seems reasonable enough, given the way that the people in power always forget that they are meant to be serving the public, not abusing them!
I only wish that the gun owners that turn out to be/become homicidal maniacs could find it within themselves to identify more deserving targets than random cinema goers and schoolchildren. There is no shortage of more appropriate alternatives.

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Guest: Brit (2438 days ago)

Bravo

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Bravo

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Guest: (2438 days ago)

Agreed. Bravo! That piece of shit is finally gone. Should have happened 3 years ago.

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Agreed. Bravo! That piece of shit is finally gone. Should have happened 3 years ago.

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