In this entertaining new video, Missouri state Rep. Eric Burlison (R-Great Ideas) complains that Democrats in the Missouri House have proposed legislation making the possession of certain assault weapons a felony. And as the saying goes, the only thing that stops a bad guy with a bill is a good guy with a gun, so the video ends with Burlison and a pal unloading twenty rounds into the proposed law.
But does this rootin'-tootin' approach to blocking legislation work? Other politicians have tested the theory:
Tags: Advertising, Guns, Joe Manchin, Missouri, Obamacare, State Legislature
And on the day after the Super Bowl, God looked down on a bleary-eyed America and said, I need someone to re-watch that Paul Harvey-exploiting Dodge Ram commercial and explain it to the overwhelming majority of Americans who can't tell a farm from FarmVille. So God made a blogger.
Tags: Advertising, Agriculture, Cars & Vehicles, Super Bowl
Volkswagen's entry in the high-stakes world of Super Bowl 2013 commercials features an office with the case of the Mondays that's transformed by the sunny disposition of a decidedly white colleague who speaks in an upbeat Jamaican patois.
That green-light meeting must have been interesting, mon.
Tags: Advertising, Auto Industry, Cars & Vehicles, Racism, Sports, Super Bowl
Shortly before this afternoon, when President Obama announced a series of executive orders directing federal agencies to study the mechanics of taking things from cold dead hands, the PR mavens at the NRA launched the above ad campaign.
Did you know that the president's children have Secret Service protection that other families don't have? This is not because of various death threats spouted by kooks, terrorist wannabes and NRA-coddled gun nuts. No! It's because President Obama is an "elitist hypocrite."
I mean, look at all the other stuff besides "security" of which non-Obamas don't receive a "fair share."
Tags: Advertising, Barack Obama, Guns, Malia Obama, NRA, Sasha Obama
We live in the land of the free, which means we're free to ban just about anything we don't like. In 2012 Americans dropped the ban hammer on public nuisances from goose livers to "gateway sexual activity."
Tags: Advertising, Alcohol, California, Colorado, Fashion, Food, Health, Health Care, Los Angeles, Massachusetts, New York City, San Francisco, Sex, Television, Utah