CNN Gets Punked by Dealership Owner in Missouri

And CNN just keeps proving WHY they have morons as news anchors, broadcasters and or journalist……ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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You know me well enough by now, which is that I am no fan of either establishment party, though sadly I did once in the past, play the game of the "Lesser of Two Evils", for which was tragic. Both seek absolute power, through their own self righteous perceptions of "morality", bastardizing the true concept of the founding of this country and the framing of the US Constitution. Clowns to the Left and the incessant need to control by bigger government while spending us into oblivion; Jokers to the Right and the incessant need to control by religion while spending us into oblivion. Oddly, both are the main two tenets for the founding of the country and framing of the US Constitution - Limited Government and Freedom From Religious Persecution & Religious Zealotry. View all posts by UnPoliticallyCorrect

12 responses to “CNN Gets Punked by Dealership Owner in Missouri

  • jcscuba

    It’s a shame when she got her panties in a bunch about God and Guns being in is motto that he didn’t have the presence of mind to remind her that a few pieces of parchment have the same word, as in the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
    Do you suppose any CNN reporter has read the Constitution?

  • Perry

    idiots like herself prob live in a fortified condo witha guard at the beginning of her driveway, who in fact is armed.

    • specfriggintacular

      You are probably right, along with her walking into the news station with armed guards and parking her car in the stations parking lot that has armed security.

      For arguments sake, vehicles are the leading cause of deaths in this country, why on earth are they not all up in arms about this?

      I got into an argument with someone the other day about her adamant stance on the need for gun control because we have thousands of deaths do to guns annually.

      It was funny, the statistics she brought to the conversation, via email of course and how she conveniently left out the portion that would demonstrate what an uneducated fool she is.

      And here is how the email followed as I countered when she put forth certain countries that have lower documented gun related deaths……..

      Again, hanguns account for 1/3 of ALL firearms owned, but you wish to ban the 2nd amendment all together.

      Your 3 year old study is but ONE study that focuses on the negatives of the 2nd amendment and NOT the entirety of the amendment.

      * 5 people in New Zealand—–Population 4 million = .0001% of pop killed by a gun

      * 37 people in Sweden——-Population 9.4 million = 3.93% of pop killed by a gun

      * 56 people in Australia——Population 21 milliom = 2.6% of pop killed by a gun

      * 184 people in Canada—-Population 33 million =5.75% of pop killed by a gun

      * 19 people in Japan——Population 127 million = 1.49% of pop killed by a gun

      * 73 people in the UK —– Population 60 million = 1.21% of pop killed by a gun

      * 11,344 people in the United States —– 307 million = 3.6% of pop killed by a gun

      Now, in relation to population, which of course you CONVENIENTLY omitted…….. There is NOT a drastic difference and even Canada and Sweden have more gun related deaths compared to their population than does America. But alas, you fail to put forth this necessary information.

      You also fail to note TWO other IMPORTANT pieces of information:

      The leading cause of gun related deaths is SUICIDE then HOMICIDE. Please do not forget the fact that I am a former police officer, therefore by your blatant omission or failure to stress this HUGE piece of the facts makes this debate rather annoying!

      People committ suicide by jumping off buildings and bridges, should we ban building and bridges too?

      People committe suicide by what is known as “suicide by cop” should we ban cops too?

      People who committ murder do so with ropes, should we ban ropes?

      People who committ murder do so with knives, should we ban knives?

      People who committ murder do so with cars, should we ban cars?

      People who commit murder do so with their hands, should we ban hands?

      HOMICIDE has increased and is PREVALENT in the BLACK and HISPANIC communities——

      Please note that EVERY SINGLE one of the countries you mentioned above has less than 1% of black and/or hispanic communities while the US is comprised of almost 30% hispanic and black population combined!

      Homicide rates are in fact highest among inner city than in suburbs-wild guess who resides in most inner cities-a population that is NOT prevalent in the other countries you mention.

      Those who have previous criminal records are 8 times more likely to be a victim of a gun related death than those without one. And, those with criminal records are 10 times more likely to commit a homicide via a gun than those without criminal records.

      In 2005, the homicide rate for black male teens was 59.9 per 100,000, 17 times higher than the rate for non-Hispanic white males (3.5 per 100,000). Rates for other groups were 27.7 per 100,000 for Hispanic males, 13.1 per 100,000 for American Indian males, and 7.7 per 100,000 for Asian and Pacific Islander males. (Figure 3)

      Among females, black and Native American teens have the highest homicide rate at 6.3 and 6.1* per 100,000, respectively, followed by 2.9 per 100,000 for Hispanic females, 1.5 per 100,000 for non-Hispanic white females, 1.3* per 100,000 for Asian females. (Table 1)

      Among males, suicide rates in 2005 were highest among American Indians (24.1 per 100,000) and non-Hispanic whites (14.0 per 100,000), followed by Hispanics at 9.5 per 100,000, blacks at 7.2 per 100,000, and Asians at 4.8 per 100,000. (Figure 4) Among females, Native Americans again had the highest rate of suicide at 14.9 per 100,000, followed by non-Hispanic whites at 3.3 per 100,000, Asians at 3.1* per 100,000, Hispanics at 2.4 per 100,000, and blacks at 1.4 per 100,000. (Table 1)

      Firearm deaths, which are responsible for a majority of teen homicides and suicides but also include accidental deaths, were highest in 2005 among blacks (61.4 per 100,000 males and 5.0 per 100,000 females) and lowest among non-Hispanic whites (10.5 per 100,000 males and 1.9 per 100,000 females). Hispanics were in between (29.4 per 100,000 males and 2.1 per 100,000 females). (Figure 5) Estimates for Asian and Native Americans were not available.

      I truly hope you get my point and please refrain from calling me a racist or a bigot as those labels hold no water when you want to play facts and statistics…….

      More people in the United States die from vehicle related issues—- Where is your outcry to ban cars, boats, trains, buses, planes, etc…etc…etc…

      Dear, you barked up the wrong tree if you want to debate facts especially when you choose to OMIT the obvious!

  • gderjeff

    Yes! So funny. So, some people might have a problem with a motto that includes God and guns… is that supposed to intimidate us? Are we supposed to cower in fear because someone might be offended?? Shut your pie-hole! If you don’t understand it, ask an honest question, but keep your manipulation for lesser interviewees.. Very Well done, Mr. Muller!

  • Bob in NC

    I love it – God and Guns, a natural combination with US Marines. Those that would destroy us have no problem with the Devil on their side when they commit their crimes, so I’ll gladly accept our guy – and pack heat to protect me, mine and you too.
    Bob in NC
    Major USMC (Ret.)

  • jammer5

    Evidently math isn’t one of your strong suit. Try figuring out the percentage of deaths by firearms again. You’re way off. 184/33,000,000 equals 5.57% of the population? Try 5.75e-6. 5% would be over 1.6 million. Facts is facts, and as is said, the devils in the details, and the details should at least be correct to start with.

    Regardless, the number of people killed by firearms in the states is something to be worried about. While I believe in the 2nd amendment, getting guns out of the hands of criminals should be our first priority, and apparently, it’s not. I would rather see the bulk of laws created work on that.

    Bringing race into the picture hardly helps solve any problem. There are a whole lot of white folk out there robbing and killing as well. How about looking at the problem as a whole, instead of a racial issue.

  • specfriggintacular

    Jammer…..the email was sent to me as a “counter” as to why the 2nd amendment should be banned. I suppose I should have inserted “comments” as to which one was mine verus the other. The facts the emailer sent were pulled from a 2004/2005 statistical study (one study this person was arguing for and from again, 2004/2005).

    I merely countered her argument.

    I have zero issues with math dear, but do not come at me with 4-5 year old statistical data and from only ONE study. Likewise, do not come at me with statistic from other countries who do not have even a small fraction of the diverse backgrounds that we have, which in turn end up accounting for the LARGER percentage of gun usage as well as gun fatalities in crimes.

    I did not make this about race-when you speak of statistics race is a factor but it is not a RACIAL issue in the sense of “racism”. I do hope you understand the difference.

    I refuse to be “politically correct” when speaking of scientific facts just because it may offend one race or another. If the facts dictate to us that blacks and hispanics comprise the largest percentage of those who engage in gun violence and/or who die from gun violence then this is what will be reported.

    If you bothered to read my entire comment, there are in fact statistic in there about WHITES, HISPANICS, BLACKS, ASIANS, females, males,etc..etc..etc…

    Please read the entire content of the post rather that whatever it is you feel contains “racially” charged information-again, that is not the case when you are speaking of scientific data!

    Ronald Reagan once stated, and as a former police officer I agree, that “As long as there are guns, the individual that wants a gun for a crime is going to have one and going to get it. The only person who’s going to be penalized and have difficulty is the law-abiding citizen, who then cannot have [it] if he wants protection — the protection of a weapon in his home.”

    “You won’t get gun control by disarming law-abiding citizens. There’s only one way to get real gun control: Disarm the thugs and the criminals, lock them up and if you don’t actually throw away the… key, at least lose it for a long time…It’s a nasty truth, but those who seek to inflict harm are not fazed by gun controllers. I happen to know this from personal experience.”

  • jammer5

    In the first place, I didn’t post the statistics, you did, so ‘coming at me’ for correcting the math doesn’t make much sense, does it? You didn’t delineate as to who wrote what, and I gave up reading minds years ago: I found all the pages to be blank. Second, if you’re going to post statistics, make sure they’re correct, or at least point out the errors of others. Otherwise, your whole argument falls apart.

    I believe I also stated I’m a believer in the second amendment, and have no problem with legally owning a firearm. Criminals who use guns should be brought to justice. But getting guns out of the hands of criminals should be job one. I believe I stated that as well.

    My problem is with statistics in the first place: They can be manipulated to pretty much mean anything the people gathering them want them to mean. One look at any poll out there verifies that. So, when race is brought in, it detracts from the main problem, and that is criminals with firearms. People start focusing on race, rather then the underlying cause and effect.

    So, I could care less whether you’re ‘politically correct’ or not, but if you’re going to post statistics as facts, make damn sure they reflect reality.

  • Bob in NC

    Guys – quick time out. Read this, very interesting and execptionally well written. I didn’t write, don’t know the guy that did but well worth your time. It deals with history repeating itself. You’ll likely have to copy and paste the link, butits in the Houston Chronical (sp?)

    Excerpt: ” “Don’t know much about the Middle Ages, looked at the pictures and I turned the pages…”

    • specfriggintacular

      That was an OUSTANDING article. I do not read much of the Chronicle here in Houston anymore as the papers has begun leaning to far in one direction and it i blatantly OBVIOUS.

  • Buzzboy

    Responsible, intellegent, Americans can handle the slogan and the AK-47’s. Anyone offended doesn’t have to shop there. Piss off CNN weenies!

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