Did Alex Jones Appearance on CNN Help Preserve the 2nd Amendment?

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Did Alex Jones Appearance on CNN Help Preserve the 2nd Amendment?



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Comment by Bob Bishop on January 9, 2013 at 1:32pm

My vote goes with no.... My thought is the Alex was invited because Alex is emotion

Comment by truth on January 9, 2013 at 11:21am

Did Alex Jones Appearance on CNN Help Preserve the 2nd Amendment?

Comment by Brian Morrisseau on January 8, 2013 at 11:30pm

Yeah Alex needs to slow down and think a little more. I totally agree with 99 % of what Alex says but he is to hyper. Guns are not a problem. The only people that get hurt by gun control are the ones who get disarmed legally. The criminals and low lives wont turn theirs in. In fact there will many more underground sources to buy from and the prices would be cheaper because of the black market being flooded with so many more weapons. The main stream media is pushing hard for gun control and we all know who controls them.

Comment by Jeffrey Lors on January 8, 2013 at 10:53pm

Well said Deep Space! 

Comment by Deep Space on January 8, 2013 at 8:14pm

Sad to say a big fat "NO" from me. While I truly understand AJ's passion, emotion & frustration, we really need calm sobering voices to awaken the sheeple on this issue. Mental blow-ups only isolate the sheeple. My vote's for someone like Oath Keepers' Founder Stuart Rhodes. Highly intelligent, eloquent & well-spoken. Get him on the MSM.

Comment by raymond _______ on January 8, 2013 at 6:35pm
Comment by apeman2502 on January 8, 2013 at 6:32pm

  The City of London rules zionism. Therefore, zionism disappears from the face of the earth with the flick of a switch, God willing.

Comment by apeman2502 on January 8, 2013 at 6:23pm

   Alex Jones has been suckered into enough 'blind-sider' interviews to appropriately lose respect for his tormenter and REACT to the blind siding, instead of maintaining a prissy subservience to the host at a loss to the integrity of the issue at hand. At Santelli's radio show, James Fetzer had the same problem as Alex Jones. He had to cuss out his host, Santelli somebody, for being an absolutely unabashed fool who kept interrupting and asking pointless obstructionist questions. Now Fetzer knows how I feel when a professional poet tries to dominate with their sense of reason being their religion instead of reality. True. I was hep to the initial demolition system installed in the WTCs I, II, and 7 and the Sears tower in Chicago since these installations began, and Fetzer disagrees. That is a real frustration for me, but it is O.K.. It is not logical to accept such statements unless proof is advanced. The documentation I secured was 30 years before the internet came about, so it takes a few hours at a big city or university library to confirm. Fetzer has not the time to investigate, and so he loses. Though lazy towards this end, his response is logical and therefore temporarily respectable, like the 'hologram' delusion. Santelli knows NOTHING of the 9-11 controversy, so embraces the report from the first structural engineer with a skirt that he sees. This Woods person, unfortunately for Santelli, is a liar and a fraud. I know. I was there. The Alex Jones contribution towards the issue of gun control is clouded by complete ignorance and the desire of the host to dominate at any cost. Alex Jones handed the fool his ass like he deserved, without demonstrating a fawning politesse to a rat. Please do not humor fools and freemasons. If you are a patriot, or even a law abiding citizen, it is your duty to give them the brush-off or find a reason to put them in prison.

 Fetzer's problems could be solved with his taking a high school shop class. Santelli and that 5 cent bag of sunflower seeds that poor Alex Jones had to talk to may be terminal. We need to reestablish a viable Attorney General's office in this country, and that takes grit. Santelli and the corporate news have none of that. Playing 'devil's advocate' is ALWAYS a cheap trick, excepting courtroom practice. Alex Jones and his guests over the past 10 years or so have taught me more than my entire CFRtv watching career did since before color CFRtv.

Comment by ĦƟǁÿWʘʘt! on January 8, 2013 at 6:16pm

actually Denise, iy was more like "you are either with us, or with the Terrorists"

Now talk about an oxymoron there.....trick question babyBush, You assclowns ARE THE FRIGGIN TERRORISTS!!!

Comment by Jeffrey Lors on January 8, 2013 at 5:01pm

Sorry all - he is a big fat idiot blubbering on and on...be calm, be polite, be respectful - another Rush but further right. 

Comment by Bildo on January 8, 2013 at 4:04pm

I see said the blind man, as he saw what the deaf man heard!

I can't watch Alex anymore. He's annoyingly loud.

Well said, Tara.

Comment by Amaterasu Solar on January 8, 2013 at 3:34pm


Comment by ĦƟǁÿWʘʘt! on January 8, 2013 at 3:26pm

Comment by Tara on January 8, 2013 at 3:20pm

Thankfully, I haven't even watched the melodrama called a debate yet. There's really no need to now. I knew what the outcome was going to be before the debate even aired.  I strongly believe now more than ever that AJ is controlled opposition. He has made gun owners along with anyone seeking truth look like fools. But it isn't the first time that he has acted like the "Wild Man From Borneo" And that is exactly why I haven't listened into his show for years.

I'm just amazed that the majority participating in this poll voted yes. Wake the F up people. If you can't see through AJ's charade by now, you're being played like a fiddle.

QUIT DRINKING THE KOOLAID IN JONESTOWN! We all know what lies at the end of that dead end road.

Comment by Amaterasu Solar on January 8, 2013 at 3:18pm

Denice Joy, His aim was NOT to sound rational, so Piers could make that post-interview statement.  I tell You, THIS WAS A PERFORMANCE of a predefined script.

Comment by truth on January 8, 2013 at 2:17pm

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Comment by Nancy Oakley on January 8, 2013 at 1:58pm

I prefer this video:

Former Marine Absolutely Owns CNN Anchor on 2nd Amendment - "Unconstitutional laws aren't laws."

Comment by Amaterasu Solar on January 8, 2013 at 1:54pm

Bildo, Alex DOESN'T WANT a solution.  I offered Him Mine to discuss - and all it got Me was a refusal to be approved for membership at His forum (four attempts, with emails and a phone call to try to get approved).

That He refuses to allow its discussion is telling.  This is it, if You haven't seen:

An Open Letter to the Revolutionaries:


Shall We Humans join in a solution? You decide.

Comment by Bildo on January 8, 2013 at 1:46pm

Blow-hard is right. Alex has, as far as I know, no actual solutions, just alot of loud, high-volume air.

Comment by Amaterasu Solar on January 8, 2013 at 1:45pm

This was scripted - as in an outline with ad lib delivery.  Both these guys are shills, and Alex did HIS job of making supporters of the 2nd look like whack-jobs to the MSM zombies.

Still, over 90% of Us support the 2nd, though the MSM reports "polls" showing "just over 50% "of Us want gun control.  Beware the "polls" of the MSM.


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