Here’s a little amusement for some of us…depending on how you look at the situation and where it’s coming from.
We all know the Mental-Midget Dictator of New York has been a busy little leftist maggot putting his claws in as many state cookie jars that he can with his greenback power when it comes to gun control issues of all venues.
Check out a couple ads the Bloomin’ Idiot has put out with some guy dressed up as a real gun proponent. You can read so much more and have fun while doing so here, here and here. – This is some of what the last link highlighted has:
The name of this Bloomberg anti-gun ad is “Responsible” but the so-called “gun owner” has his finger on the trigger. That’s not so responsible. – And, he keeps his finger on the trigger the duration of the ad.
If Mayor Bloomberg was going to blow $12 million on anti-gun ads, he could of at least hired someone whose held a gun before.
Good grief… Mayor Bloomberg’s ad campaign if filled with irresponsible firearms behavior.
The Washington Times reported:
Mike Bloomberg is spending $12 million on attack ads designed to force U.S. senators to vote for national gun control laws that will supposedly save lives. However, the New York mayor’s commercials running in 13 states over the next two weeks could cause injury or death by showcasing irresponsible handling of a firearm.
Mr. Bloomberg’s organization, Mayors Against Illegal Guns, produced two ads featuring a man holding a shotgun, wearing plaid flannel with a camouflage cap and sitting on the tailgate of a pickup truck. While a child swings on a tire in the background, the man says, “I support comprehensive background checks so criminals and the dangerously mentally ill can’t buy guns.”
The ad does not specify if the man is an actor, but the text accompanying it says he is a “gun owner.” Either way, the man violates all gun safety rules.
The first rule is to always keep the gun pointed in a safe direction. In this case, the children are playing in the yard. Although the viewers can’t see what is to the side of the truck, the man should be pointing the muzzle in the air or at the ground.
The second NRA rule is always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
In the ad “Responsibility,” the man has his finger on the trigger, as if ready to shoot. While doing this, he says, “I believe in the Second Amendment, and I’ll fight to protect it. But with rights come responsibilities.”
Here’s one more ad that is a continuation of the above ad…you can read all about it by clicking the second highlighted link above. ~
So folks…if you watched both videos, did you spot where any important safety rules were violated? Or…do you not give a flying fig about any of this one way or the other?
Throw in your two-cents…Fire Away – Inquiring Minds Want to Know!