Anti-gun zealot Michael Moore endorses shoot-em-up film, ‘Django Unchained’

 ” There’s enough gun violence in [Django Unchained] to make the movie Scarface look like a Disney adventure.”

–Huffington Post movie critic Leslie Sisman

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“this season’s bloodiest movie…”

–Chiderah Monde, New York Daily News

“Django Unchained” is classic Quentin Tarantino: blood, guns, and violence:

None of which seems to bother gun control advocate / pacifist Michael Moore one bit:

Is violence acceptable if the victims are evil white people?

Some people seem to think so.

It’s a line of thinking with which Moore seems to agree:

Guns … they are so cool! That is, if they’re used in a Michael Moore-approved way.

As we wrote last month, we’re not saying that violent films and video games are to blame for the mass shooting that took place in Newtown, Conn.

[W]e know who pulled the trigger there, and it wasn’t director Quentin Tarantino or the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre.

If we are going to have a national conversation on guns, though, can we at least ask why those in Hollywood who are so appalled by them can’t seem to find a movie prop they love more?

  • Joe W.

    “Sicko”…….

  • http://twitter.com/kml4ndry Kevin

    Just 5? Why doesn’t she “snack” more white people? Nom nom nom… white people

    • http://www.facebook.com/brett.mcmicken Brett McMicken

      must be a zombie

      • http://www.facebook.com/noah.lee3 Noah Lee

        white people: the other other other white meat.

    • http://www.facebook.com/noah.lee3 Noah Lee

      5 is as high as she can count. if she wants to count to ten, she would need to put down her Obamaphone.

  • TomJB

    Guess they began the film after the blacks and Arabs in Africa sold them to the whites

    • TocksNedlog

      Shhhh, that’s supposed to be a secret.

      • TundraThunder

        It’s a secret like MLK, Jr. being a Republican and the KKK started by Democrats.

  • tredglx

    So which is it, Jaba: guns are bad, or guns are good?
    Hippo-ocrasy, thy name is Michael Moore.

    • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

      Movie violence does not cause violent acts. There is no proof to that. Please don’t lie.

      • wwbdinct

        Wasn’t the Aurora shooter dressed up as The Joker?

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Not a cause and effect situation. Next?

          • wwbdinct

            Soooooo… he goes to the premiere of the Dark Knight dressed as The Joker, starts shooting and there is no cause and effect? Wow. Cement block or deliberately contrary. Useless.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            No. Wearing a costume from a previous movie does not mean that he was directly influenced by that movie to commit violent acts. In no scene does the joker go into a movie theater and shoot people. In fact, he doesn’t use guns to shoot any masses of people in that movie. In point of fact, the joker isn’t even in the movie that was being shown at the time of the shooting.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Not a cause and effect situation. Next?

      • MtnMan2012

        The ONLY place somebody would ever have the idea to fire a rifle of any type from the hip and spray a crowd is from the movies. NONE of us trained by the military or law, or even if you went to a civilian firearms defense course or competed in timed small-bore rifle/pistol shooting competitions would anybody ever be taught that. NONE of us would ever use “high-cap” mags like the big drum mag used by Holmes in Aurora or that 30rd mag in the guy’s Glock in Tucson…those are ALL ideas directly from the movies. We all know 3rd party high cap mags are not to be trusted…all that stuff comes right from Hollywod.

        • redheadgrl

          Or hold 9mm sideways….

          • MtnMan2012

            Or how about double-fisting a pair of pistols like Tomb Raider (Cho – VA Tech Shooter, see the pics he sent to NBC). In Cho’s manifesto, he even talked about Klebold/Harris from Columbine as if they were his heroes. Do you remember after Columbine how the media was showing clips over and over from that movie that showed those trenchcoat wearing teenagers blowing away their classmates? There’s more to it, like parents/teachers, etc, recognizing something was wrong with these nuts and doing something before they hurt anybody, but they got these crazy ideas somewhere.

          • michael s

            The movie you’re talking about is the basketball diaries. That particular scene was made more violent for movie audiences. The author john Carroll only envisioned himself shooting blackboards

          • fmahoney

            That my friend was invented by “New Jack City”, was talking about it the other day. The Reagonomics error, when crack cocaine was destroying the inner city. Hard times in the big city

          • http://www.facebook.com/noah.lee3 Noah Lee

            wow, I was wondering when you was gonna blame Reagan for something here. since we are being all trendy, perhaps you get in a dig at William Henry Harrison. he was prolly guilty of somefink.

          • fmahoney

            Reagan had nothing to do with New JACK CITY hollywood gangster glorification movie. We don’t need to go that far back the bush babies Enron, wars, the list never ends. Don’t you have to get up early to go hunting? get to bed man tomorrow is another day…

        • Let’em Crash

          hi cap mags, ha ha. I bought the movie gun once, promptly sold it after a a single range day. 32 round cap, loaded to 25 was considered cramming, stops firing with 5 left if you were lucky enough to avoid a miss-feed. I think that pawn shop made bank on all the sales and buy-backs of that single stamped steel POS.

          • MtnMan2012

            No kidding – I’ve fired all the high caps out there, drums for AR’s and AK’s, extended mags >30rds for those rifles, aftermarket extended mags in pistols…they ALL jammed, every last one of them. Getting 25 out of a 32rounder is amazing – I’ve never gotten that far. OEM mags with the OEM-specified capacity is the only way to go. Probably why the VA Tech shooter off’d so many people so fast – he off’d so many people so fast. He fired 174 rds out of a single pistol, the VA State police found 17 empty mags at the crime scene. Holmes in Aurora only switched to his Glock pistol when the drum on his AR jammed, btw.

          • MtnMan2012

            No kidding – I’ve fired all the high caps out there, drums for AR’s and AK’s, extended mags >30rds for those rifles, aftermarket extended mags in pistols…they ALL jammed, every last one of them. Getting 25 out of a 32rounder is amazing – I’ve never gotten that far. OEM mags with the OEM-specified capacity is the only way to go. Probably why the VA Tech shooter off’d so many people so fast – he off’d so many people so fast. He fired 174 rds out of a single pistol, the VA State police found 17 empty mags at the crime scene. Holmes in Aurora only switched to his Glock pistol when the drum on his AR jammed, btw.

        • Dr. Obvious

          I dont know, that twin drum setup in the new James Bond movie looked pretty bad ass

          • MtnMan2012

            I still haven’t seen that one…but I wonder how many backups they had and how many takes it took to get a scene done with those things. If they got off much more than 20rounds in a single burst without a failure to feed, I’d be amazed

        • Dr. Obvious

          I dont know, that twin drum setup in the new James Bond movie looked pretty bad ass

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Um…Canadians have the same amount of guns and watch the exact same movies and TV shows we watch. And yet no gun violence. Hmmm.

          • MtnMan2012

            Thanks for reminding us that it isn’t about the guns – our people are F’d up. The breakdown is in somehow, our kids don’t see those movies as just entertainment – too many Hollywood similarities in the weapons choices and execution to be coincidence…even Jamie Foxx came out and said it, “We cannot turn our back and say that violence in films or anything that we do doesn’t have a sort of influence. It does”
            – do some research on the DOJ/FBI’s website on their analysis of >100 mass shootings in the US..Harris, Klebold, Cho, etc…they all planned and fantasized/dreamed, made journal entries about how, when, who, etc for over a year…they collected guns, magazines and ammo, little by little as their small budgets allowed. Look at the pictures Cho sent of himself to NBC and his memoirs mentioned the Columbine shooters as his idols…Harris idolized Tim McVeigh and wanted to take out more people than him and be known as the most “successful” mass-murderer ever – if his detonators on the propane bombs he planted worked, he would have surpassed McVeigh by 4X. Not only did they have Hollywood similarities, these guys actually fed off of each other based on what they learned in the media.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            None of your evidence points to movies or TV shows. They point to actual acts of violence. Violent people are violent people. Parents need to teach their kids to value human life. And before you say it, not JUST unborn life. But the value of all human life.

          • MtnMan2012

            Thanks for pointing out that it is the people who kill…not the guns. All of us who support the right to bear arms and are members of the NRA thank you

          • dave1163sag

            thats because canada does not have the number of blacks and hispanics as america. most of the gun violence is done by the minorities with a few whites sprinkled in here and there.

          • Dunnage
          • Dunnage

            …and Canada does not have nearly as many guns as the US.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Um…Canadians have the same amount of guns and watch the exact same movies and TV shows we watch. And yet no gun violence. Hmmm.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          And yet, again, Canada watches the same movies and doesn’t have this problem. So does Europe. We are the only country where this happens. Although it is now spreading around the world. We still have the highest rates of gun deaths of all the world combined.

      • http://www.facebook.com/noah.lee3 Noah Lee

        do you not read the fucking news?!? ever? do a simple google search and you can find dozens of news stories. In Jacksonville, a gang calling itself “the guardians” went on a crime spree that was influenced by “Sons of Anarchy”. are you really that obtuse or are you pretending?!

      • hi there

        You’re wrong..ask any superbowl advertiser why they spread millions for a 30 sec AD during the game? They knitter what you see CAN influence you. It.s been.documented by plenty of psych social experiments on media images

      • michael s

        Tell that to the people shot and killed after taxi driver, heat, birth of a nation, the dark knight rises etc.

        • wwbdinct

          Ah. Forgot about Taxi Driver. The movie that caused John Hinckley to shoot President Reagan.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            No it didn’t. He shot Reagan to impress Jody Foster. She was in Taxi Driver. But the President isn’t shot in Taxi Driver. See? No connection.

          • wwbdinct

            He shot Reagan because he saw Jody Foster as Iris, not Jody Foster. He saw himself as Travis Bickle.

          • http://www.facebook.com/noah.lee3 Noah Lee

            but, didn’t the deniro character attempt to assassinate a politician in Taxi Driver?

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            No it didn’t. He shot Reagan to impress Jody Foster. She was in Taxi Driver. But the President isn’t shot in Taxi Driver. See? No connection.

        • wwbdinct

          Ah. Forgot about Taxi Driver. The movie that caused John Hinckley to shoot President Reagan.

      • mike_in_kosovo

        Movie violence doesn’t cause violent acts, but Sarah Palin’s rhetoric does? (Your tweet, 14 Dec 2012).

        Even though she wasn’t directly responsible, her rhetoric was influential.

        Hypocrite.

        • Deborah JR

          Beautiful! More should be able to illuminate the lies and hypocrisy spouted on these boards by progs. Thank you!

        • Deborah JR

          Beautiful! More should be able to illuminate the lies and hypocrisy spouted on these boards by progs. Thank you!

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          A politician directly saying to her constituents “Put them in the cross hairs!” is very different from a movie where violent things happen. No hypocrisy there.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            You forgot to mention the ‘and vote them out of office’ part of her speech.
            Hypocrite.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            No hypocrisy. A violent image is still different from a politician telling the people who are cheering for her to shoot people.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            For someone that so likes to call other people liars, you certainly have no qualms lying about what Palin actually said.

            Hypocrite.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            For someone that so likes to call other people liars, you certainly have no qualms lying about what Palin actually said.

            Hypocrite.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            We’re going to fire them and send them back to the private sector

            Come November, we’re going to print pink slips for members of Congress as fast as they’ve been printing money

            The others are running for re-election, and we’re going to hold them accountable for this disastrous Obamacare vote.

            This is just the first salvo in a fight to elect people across the nation who will bring common sense to Washington.

            Holy crap, you were right…she’s *totally* talking about violence against those people!!! /sarc

            LYING Hypocrite.

          • wwbdinct

            Palin told cheering people to shoot other people? Really Michael? You’re truly ill.

          • mdtljt

            Sooooooo….when the State Senator or House Member from Michigan – I forget which branch he’s in because, frankly, I was incredulous at the time – said on the State House floor that if RTW is passed “…there will be blood…” and the union goons acted upon it…well, that doesn’t really count because a Democrat said it, does it?? Wow…you’re just eaten up with the Stoopid son…bless your heart…

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            I never said that. And his statement is very different from “Put them in the cross hairs” isn’t it.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Funny how you keep saying that, but can’t seem to provide any proof she said that in the context you claim. Planning on proving your claim at some point?

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            No hypocrisy. A violent image is still different from a politician telling the people who are cheering for her to shoot people.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            You forgot to mention the ‘and vote them out of office’ part of her speech.
            Hypocrite.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          A politician directly saying to her constituents “Put them in the cross hairs!” is very different from a movie where violent things happen. No hypocrisy there.

      • TocksNedlog

        And there’s no such thing as voter fraud.
        And the unborn never have thoughts or feel pain.
        And Al Gore is NOT the biggest hypocrite that ever hypo’d a crit!

        • jacksonjay

          Don’t you kid around, we all know the EARTH IS ON FIRE! RUN FOR THE HILLS!

      • MtnMan2012

        Here’s another thought… go into your local gunshop and ask them how many Tec-9’s they have sold because people saw them in the movies. They are CRAP guns and everyone knows it, but any gunshop owner will laugh and tell you they get people in their shops all the time asking for them because they saw them in a movie, usually in the hands of a gangbanger. They were never really popular among any gun enthusiasts, but interest peaked in the 90’s when California banned them and again after Columbine (Klebold used a Tec-9). Miami Vice, A-Team, Robocop, Commando, Bad Boys, SWAT, Grand Theft Auto, it’s a long list. No real gun enthusiast would ever buy one for fear of being laughed at and frustration that they jam frequently, but they sell like crazy at any gunshop that carries them…i bet if you searched youtube, you’d find a bunch of homeboys out at the range trying to look hard with their Tec-9

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Why not stop selling them then? If they are bad guns, what is the point of selling them?

          • MtnMan2012

            Define ‘bad’? Tec-9’s were banned, then they made the DC-9 (DC = Designed for California) which met all of the requirements under the assault weapons ban to be classified as NOT an assault weapon. Since the “bans” address purely cosmetic features, people got their “Tec-9” from the movies completely legal by removing some cosmetic features like a barrel shroud – same gun, different furniture on the outside – you can get them with long magazines that LOOKED high capacity, but had a rod that pinned it at 10rounds. I do know that many shop owners had considered getting rid of them because they suck, customers complained about them and sales would be poor, then spike suddenly – so they’d keep them (DC-9’s) on the shelves just because of the interest. Then there’s the unforutnate issue that being cheap like an AK-47 and having manufacturers overseas that can make them at a low cost, they get pumped onto the streets along with the drugs they are meant to protect. Those same overseas manufacturers also pumped their aftermarket high cap mags onto the street for nothing$ as well…all a mag is is bent sheet metal with a spring and follower plate, if you can make a gun, you can make mags easily – and for cheap.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            Personally I don’t think any guns should be sold in our country. There is no need for them.

          • mdtljt

            By extrapolation, pretty much NOTHING should be sold as the vast majority of items sold are harmful to someone if they’re used improperly. Eating too much food causes obesity. Drinking too much water causes death by dilution. Lifesaving pharmaceuticals will kill those for whom they are not intended. Cars kill via crashes, brake failures, gas tank explosions…need I go on? Your argument is nonsensical and has no place in rational discussion of serious topics. Please don’t go away mad, just go away.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            All of those things that you listed also have another purpose. The only purpose of a gun is to kill something.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Why not stop selling them then? If they are bad guns, what is the point of selling them?

      • http://ITSPEOPLE.com/ Tantalus XVI

        My goodness its as if the 90’s never happened… Oh lemme guess those weren’t real liberals. Media Matters called they want their resident provocateur back.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_CVRZE7H2ENKKMCYYOMIUIVWRW4 rhody

        You’re absolutely correct. Mental illness and movie violence creates violent acts.

  • Lord Foggybottom

    Smacking Michael Moore would be like smacking 5 white people…

    • GaryTheBrave

      08:51am
      Jan 07, 2013mdtljt

      ….that’s got to be one HELLUVA big rock!!! Hey, I have an idea…since MM is so concerned about all of us dying, whether by evil guns or evil doctors who aren’t under the government’s thumb, why don’t we let him really help us…let’s launch him into outer space to take care of that hole in the ozone!!! He may not plug it all but he’d actually be contributing to society and think of all the air and food we’d have if he weren’t taking copious amounts of both??? And to make sure he isn’t lonely, we can send his buddy Al “TRAITOR” Gore for a twofer…just a thought…

      Why did I think of Austin Powers when I read your post? Dr. Evil? Outer space? Al Gore as Mr. Wigglesworth?

      • mdtljt

        Thanks for bringing my comment back around to an appropriate movie reference!!! I was having vague visions of Moonraker but haven’t had enough coffee to run through the movie rol-a-dex in my brain yet – yours is “on the nosie!!” to quote Marty Feldman in Young Frankenstein…Happy Monday!!!

  • Blake Waymire

    My question is: if conservative rhetoric makes people want to shoot up innocents, why do liberals’ extremely violent images have no effect?

    • JCRocks

      Uh, because conservative rhetoric doesn’t make people shoot up innocents. I believe you’ll find a stronger connection to troubled lefties and gun violence like the shooter in AZ.

      • tredglx

        Or the latest Aurora, CO shooter, I’m guessing:

        “A former landlord, Paul Ramsey, told CBS4 she [the shooter’s wife] performed child care at a church. He also said Sonny Archuleta was temperamental.

        “Sonny was a combustible figure, so I’m not surprised that he could do something off the rails. I’m surprised that he could do this,” Ramsey said. Sonny Archuleta has a criminal past including 2012 misdemeanor arrests for a fugitive warrant out of Aurora for reckless endangerment, in Denver for carrying a concealed weapon, and another in Denver for prohibited use of a weapon.”

        http://denver.cbslocal.com/2013/01/06/officer-told-neighbor-standoff-gunman-was-on-meth-binge/

        • detroit19

          Proof of mental illness, nothing ‘Moore’ Guns, knives, baseball bats, hammers, tire irons, ropes, cars driven by drunk drivers, etc. do NOT kill people, people wielding them do!

          • http://www.facebook.com/dhollingermain Denise Hollinger Main

            Don’t forget sharpened pencils and scissors

    • orringtonmom (D)

      yes, sarah palin’s gun hairs map was condemned for it’s call to violence but this… this is just boys being boys in a movie with fake guns nothing to see here move along sheeple….

  • JCRocks

    Appalling racism in the comments regarding desire to slap, smack or shoot white people after watching Django. Just like Michael Moore, these people are sick, sick, sick.

    • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

      But not the thousands of conservatives who called Obama the N word on twitter? Really?

      • WisconsinPatriot

        And all the verbal “kindness” shown to conservative blacks???????? I rest my case you DICK!

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Aww. You show such kindness in your post about kindness.

          • WisconsinPatriot

            Thanks! You are still a dangerous moron who needs to be stopped :) But THANKS!

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Aww. You show such kindness in your post about kindness.

      • detroit19

        Never saw it, race baiter. Cry to Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson, I’m sure they’ll be happy to ‘Tawana Brawley/Duke LaCrosse Team’ this for you.

      • Shawn Smith

        Yes, those people were wrong. I won’t defend them.

        I still think Obama is a terrible president who doesn’t understand economics and who has zero respect for personal liberties.

        • fmahoney

          Why did you not think this after just about all your rights were taken away after 9/11??? Why don’t you make an argument that women have the rights to their own body. personal liberties my behind

          • Shawn Smith

            Freedom of speech – Bush & company respected it. Obama & supporters attempt to shut down speech they don’t like as “hate speech”, including the administration asking YouTube to “review” videos they find offensive and jailing a filmmaker, including O supporter Emanuel threatening to illegally block a private business over speech.

            Freedom of religion – Bush’s administration respected this. Obamacare has infringed on the freedom of religion of private business owners. Obama has also made it clear that he thinks religion is just something bitter people “cling to.”

            Right to bear arms – Do I really have to explain this?

            Yes, women have rights to their own bodies, and the infants growing inside them have a right to be alive. My right to swing my fist around ends when I direct it at your nose.

            Yes, under Bush the “war on terror” infringed on a lot personal liberties, all of which Obama continued and liberals are now strangely silent about. If you cared about such things, you’d push back whoever was in office. Instead, you just want your man to have power.

          • fmahoney

            So let me get this right the nra lobbyist have ensured doctors cannot ask patients about gun ownership even if the person seems as loonie as a bat but you will have the right and privilege to find out who is pregnant and by how many months. Explain to me which agency local state or federal will inspect the woman or question her doctor?

          • Shawn Smith

            I’m not trying to avoid debate or be obnoxious here, but I literally have no idea what you’re talking about. Perhaps if you would explain further, we could discuss, but as things stand, I don’t understand you well enough to agree, disagree, or reply.

          • fmahoney

            KNow that he is not my man but the President of the United rates of America. While nothing is wrong with debating any subject under the sun, the double standards are simple in a word Amazing…

          • Shawn Smith

            Double standards such as happily glossing over openly racist remarks from Obama (i.e. his grandmother as “a typical white person”, and yes, I could name many, many more) while reading racism into every innocent comment made by a conservative ever, calling them “dog whistles”?

            Double standards condemning evil rich people but welcoming Hollywood celebrities who, I’m pretty darned sure, are rich?

            Double standards such as protesting Bush’s war policies and happily supporting the same policies (or even worse) under Obama?

            Those kinds of double standards?

          • fmahoney

            Don’t be an idiot corp america has done extremely well under Obama. It’s the middle class that’s suffering. Your a smart kid you know the double standard when it comes to this president. Spending cuts? We are worried about our children’s future. Not worried about global warming or pollution, or good health or gun violence.

            I have an idea just keep investing your money in guns. Leave them all around the house, make certain guns shows sell them without background checks. Have to protect yourself against the boogie man
            who is coming to get you.

            Let’s hope and pray the children you republicans care about soo much don’t get bought in the cross fire

          • http://www.facebook.com/noah.lee3 Noah Lee

            exactly what rights did we have taken away after 9/11?

          • fmahoney

            Go do your research you lazy idiot or better yet reading is fundamental. Who was it that said “No Child Left Behind”? Obviously did not visit your trailer park. If your having trouble searching the world wide web, then go clean your gun with your xmas gun cleaning kit. Sleep well billy bob

          • fmahoney

            If you have time after cleaning your gun, read the 342 page patriot act .by george bush Fotus (Fuc-up of the United States)

      • Shawn Smith

        Yes, those people were wrong. I won’t defend them.

        I still think Obama is a terrible president who doesn’t understand economics and who has zero respect for personal liberties.

      • http://www.shockandblog.com/ Jay McHue

        Yeah, never mind the tens of thousands of liberals who call black conservatives the same.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Thank you for reiterating my point. You keep saying that it is just “liberals” who do this and it is not.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Thank you for reiterating my point. You keep saying that it is just “liberals” who do this and it is not.

      • TocksNedlog

        Is it okay to threaten violence against someone for no other reason than the color of their skin?
        Yes or No?

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          It is not. I didn’t say that it was. I am just saying that there are extremes on both sides. And it is ignorant to keep posting these stories and outrage at one side while not doing it on the other.

          It is also not OK to threaten violence against people of another sexual orientation. And yet I have been threatened several times on here. It’s not OK to threaten violence on anyone for any reason.

          • TocksNedlog

            Good luck with implementing that Internet Fairness Doctrine.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          It is not. I didn’t say that it was. I am just saying that there are extremes on both sides. And it is ignorant to keep posting these stories and outrage at one side while not doing it on the other.

          It is also not OK to threaten violence against people of another sexual orientation. And yet I have been threatened several times on here. It’s not OK to threaten violence on anyone for any reason.

      • TundraThunder

        I see you’re here baiting people into name calling so you can come back and use that against them later. You’ve learned your ABCs from the left very well.

        • Hello Jerry (D)

          Yep, Hampster is doing that so he has someting to take back to HuffPo and Kos so the zombies will eat it up.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            I don’t need to do anything. You have shown yourselves to be what you claim.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            I don’t need to do anything. You have shown yourselves to be what you claim.

      • Avey Owyns

        When has that happened you liar!

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Simply google it. On the night that he made the speech for Sandy Hook. “Get that N—- off the TV” was tweeted hundreds of thousands of times.

          • JCRocks

            “Hundreds of Thousands of times”? That doesn’t even make sense. If you’re going to make something up, at least make it something believable.

        • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

          Simply google it. On the night that he made the speech for Sandy Hook. “Get that N—- off the TV” was tweeted hundreds of thousands of times.

      • Hello Jerry (D)

        Proof? Or just another one of your bullshit made up claims?

        • TundraThunder

          He has some proof, but most will be available after he makes it up.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            I am so sorry your computer doesn’t get google.

          • TundraThunder

            If you want to spout your so-called “proof”, it’s up to you to give links!

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            Whatever link I put up you will simply say that it is “liberal” and not listen anyway. Why don’t you find it and then you will not be wasting my time.

          • TundraThunder

            Why even come here then? Besides, I’m finished wasting time with you! End!

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            Whatever link I put up you will simply say that it is “liberal” and not listen anyway. Why don’t you find it and then you will not be wasting my time.

          • TundraThunder

            If you want to spout your so-called “proof”, it’s up to you to give links!

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            I am so sorry your computer doesn’t get google.

        • TundraThunder

          He has some proof, but most will be available after he makes it up.

    • fmahoney

      If you watched the movie try putting things in context.

  • Joseph Phillips

    White conservative males are the clay pigeons of today’s society.

    • wwbdinct

      I hate to tell you this but you can take the “conservative” out of that. If things keep going the way they are, it will be all white males, including Moore. He serves a purpose for the lefties right now but eventually even he will be the enemy.

  • http://www.facebook.com/brett.mcmicken Brett McMicken

    the hobbit was beating this movie and now texas chainsaw massacre is:

    http://www.boxofficemojo.com/weekend/chart/?view=&yr=2013&wknd=01&p=.htm

    • Maxwell

      It’s pretty sad if a horror movie is beating you out… in more ways than one.

  • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

    I am sorry to have to be the one to tell you all this, but that is a movie. A work of fiction. The guns used are not real and do not shoot real bullets. They shoot blanks. Very different from shooting real bullets at a real person. Also, the events that are depicted in that movie, even though they DID NOT HAPPEN IN REAL LIFE, happened a long time ago. In the 19th century. We now live in the 21st century. See? Very different. So it is possible to use the idea of guns in a work of fiction while still being very against REAL guns. Guns serve no purpose other than to murder.

    • WisconsinPatriot

      So……did these events happen? Or not. You seem conflicted, and that is a problem. The conflation of real and make believe that leftists show as they act these scenarios out is disturbing. You pretend make-believe is real and act accordingly. Liberals are clearly mentally un-stable, and responsible for most of the crime in this country. Guns are tools, we use them for many things. They are GUARANTEED in our Bill of Rights. Notice the “BILL OF RIGHTS” not bill of needs but BILL OF RIGHTS. They protect us from YOU!

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        I am so sorry for you that you are so afraid of your fellow Americans that you feel the need to shoot them. I don’t share your fear. And I am not confused. My post was very clear. I spelled it out in very clear sentences so that even you could understand. I am sorry that you did not.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        I am so sorry for you that you are so afraid of your fellow Americans that you feel the need to shoot them. I don’t share your fear. And I am not confused. My post was very clear. I spelled it out in very clear sentences so that even you could understand. I am sorry that you did not.

    • wwbdinct

      Michael – I’m going to try and speak to you in a civil manner and with all seriousness. With all due respect, there are at least 5 new Hollywood movies coming out right now that are full of violence and guns and murders. I could not help but notice that because I live in CT (not too far from Sandy Hook) and I saw the commercials for these movies and thought how inappropriate and hypocritical for Hollywood to be promoting these movies right now. These new movies take place NOW – in the 21st century. Do you not smell any hypocrisy at all coming out of Hollywood?

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        No. Because as I have stated many times, Canadians watch the exact same movies. They watch the exact same TV shows. And they have just as many guns per person as we do. More in fact. And yet, they do not shoot each other. See? No correlation.

        • wwbdinct

          In a previous post, you are still connecting Sarah Palin to Jared Loughner when you know what an outright lie that is but you refuse to lay any blame on Hollywood when there is case after case of violence being directly linked to movies. No point trying to open any dialogue with you. You have a cement block where your brain should be. I should know better but I gave it a shot. Uh oh… I just said “shot”. Guess you’ll accuse me of using violent rhetoric now.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        No. Because as I have stated many times, Canadians watch the exact same movies. They watch the exact same TV shows. And they have just as many guns per person as we do. More in fact. And yet, they do not shoot each other. See? No correlation.

    • http://www.facebook.com/noah.lee3 Noah Lee

      yes, let’s just have a very superficial discussion on guns so we can blame the NRA because it is politically convenient to, but not address the movies or video games that inspire these kids that are already not right in the head to kill people. there have been several high profile crimes where children were influenced by something they saw on Television. Don’t just lay all the blame at the feet of the NRA.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        Parenting is the reason these people kill people. They have no connection to human beings. I don’t lay blame at the NRA. I just don’t understand why people need an uzi to hunt.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        Parenting is the reason these people kill people. They have no connection to human beings. I don’t lay blame at the NRA. I just don’t understand why people need an uzi to hunt.

    • orringtonmom (D)

      you’re an idiot.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        And you are an ignorant fool.

        • orringtonmom (D)

          oooooh, touche.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        And you are an ignorant fool.

    • steenkinbadges

      hypocrite.

    • redheadgrl

      I agree that it is just a movie, but I think a lot of disturbed young people see movies such as this, and become desensitized to violence and death. You see the comments from tweeters listed above, and though they may be “joking”, their comments are full of violence and hate. It is a shame that this type of behavior is becoming ok in our society. The same goes for the poster here that called you a derogatory name just because they disagree with you.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        It is because of terrible parenting. Parents are not connecting with their children anymore. They are forcing the schools to parent their children. That is why this killing happens here. And now it is being exported to other countries. China has seen two spree killings in the last month.

        Canada watches the same movies. Plays the same games. And watches the same TV shows. And yet they don’t have this level of gun violence. Why?

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        It is because of terrible parenting. Parents are not connecting with their children anymore. They are forcing the schools to parent their children. That is why this killing happens here. And now it is being exported to other countries. China has seen two spree killings in the last month.

        Canada watches the same movies. Plays the same games. And watches the same TV shows. And yet they don’t have this level of gun violence. Why?

    • Shawn Smith

      Imagine there was a movie about the very real, very current persecution and murder of Christians in Muslim countries. Suppose the Christian hero won by slaughtering dozens of Muslims (who’ve themselves been responsible for the deaths of dozens or hundreds). Suppose some people who saw this reacted by saying, “I’m gonna go out and kill a few towel-heads.”

      Would you defend that movie and those people? If not, what’s the difference (other than your inconsistent liberal preferences)?

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        I don’t share your irrational fear of Muslims. There was a shooting. Very recently where your irrational fears did provoke a man to shoot many people in a Sikh temple. Also recently in Philadelphia if I am not mistaken.

        • Shawn Smith

          You didn’t answer my question.

          Christians are persecuted every day in Muslim countries. Or do you deny this?

          And you still didn’t answer my question.

        • Shawn Smith

          A list of countries where converting away from Islam is illegal, often punishable by death. Would you still care to talk about “irrational fears”?

          Iran – illegal (death penalty)

          Egypt – illegal (death penalty)

          Pakistan – illegal (death penalty since 2007)

          United Arab Emirates – illegal (death penalty)

          Somalia – illegal (death penalty)

          Afghanistan – illegal (death penalty, although the U.S. and other coalition members have put pressure that has prevented recent executions)

          Saudi Arabia – illegal (death penalty, although there have been no recently reported executions)

          Sudan – illegal (death penalty, although there have only been recent reports of torture, and not of execution)

          Qatar – illegal (death penalty)

          Yemen – illegal (death penalty)

          Sri Lanka – illegal (Prison sentences for 10 years) (Mahinda Rajapakse regime has passed anti religious change Act in the parliament)

          Malaysia – illegal in five of 13 states (fine, imprisonment, and flogging)

          Mauritania – illegal (death penalty if still apostate after 3 days)

          Morocco – illegal to proselytise conversion (15 years jail, flogging)

          Jordan – possibly illegal (fine, jail, child custody loss, marriage annulment) although officials claim otherwise, convictions are recorded for apostasy.

          Oman – legal in criminal code, but (child custody loss – if father) in family code

        • Shawn Smith

          Yes, you have one mass shooting here in the U.S., which was universally condemned. Now you’re asking me to compare that to this?

          http://www.inquisitr.com/307894/christians-being-killed-by-islamists-in-egypt-and-nigeria-2/

          Once again, liberal attempts at moral equivalency fail pathetically.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        I don’t share your irrational fear of Muslims. There was a shooting. Very recently where your irrational fears did provoke a man to shoot many people in a Sikh temple. Also recently in Philadelphia if I am not mistaken.

    • Shawn Smith

      Imagine there was a movie about the very real, very current persecution and murder of Christians in Muslim countries. Suppose the Christian hero won by slaughtering dozens of Muslims (who’ve themselves been responsible for the deaths of dozens or hundreds). Suppose some people who saw this reacted by saying, “I’m gonna go out and kill a few towel-heads.”

      Would you defend that movie and those people? If not, what’s the difference (other than your inconsistent liberal preferences)?

    • FGCU_James

      “The events in that movie didn’t happen, but they did happen.”
      Sounds like “fake but accurate” to me lol.

      Look. My brother owns a rifle. My mom and dad are considering owning pistols, as am I. We use these weapons not only for personal defense, but also as a hobby. I enjoy visiting my local shooting range and blasting away, it’s harmless and quite entertaining, if a little expensive (I’m glad I shoot a 9mm, government makes plenty of ammo in that caliber).

      In the hands of a criminal, a gun serves no purpose other than to inflict great harm and suffering. In the hands of law abiding citizens however, guns are a weapon for the defense of yourself and those who are precious to you.

      Now, I’m not saying that I would ever want to shoot someone, and I pray to God that I never have to do that. But if I had to choose between my family, my loved ones, and some punk who thinks they can take them from me, you can be damn sure about what choice I’m going to make.

      As for you, might I suggest a “Gun-Free Zone” sign for your house, I’m sure it’ll be just as effective as my pistol.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        What do you think you are “defending” your home from? Burglars are people. Your gun is made to shoot people. That is it’s only purpose.

        • FGCU_James

          Why is it that you have defending in quotes? What exactly do you mean by that? If a person is dumb enough to break into my parent’s home or my own, I’m not going to give them a cookie for a job well done, I’m going to teach them the error of their ways.

          Also, I didn’t realize a paper target was a person, I must have missed that in my high school bio class.

          A weapon (gun or otherwise) is only as evil as the person wielding it.

          • mdtljt

            Well said and Thank You FGCU. Mr. Man is apparently bulletproof….or has a pair of those really cool Wonder Woman bracelets that can deflect bullets…here’s hoping he DOESN’T have the groovy Stars and Stripes costume Lynda Carter wore…we’d need industrial eye bleach if he came out sporting that….ugh…

          • FGCU_James

            I didn’t know who you were talking about, so I googled Lynda Carter…I could use some of that eye bleach you were talking about.

          • mdtljt

            …pretty scary proposition, right?? I lived in Northern VA for 20 years and would run into her on occasion…still amazingly beautiful….

        • FGCU_James

          Why is it that you have defending in quotes? What exactly do you mean by that? If a person is dumb enough to break into my parent’s home or my own, I’m not going to give them a cookie for a job well done, I’m going to teach them the error of their ways.

          Also, I didn’t realize a paper target was a person, I must have missed that in my high school bio class.

          A weapon (gun or otherwise) is only as evil as the person wielding it.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        What do you think you are “defending” your home from? Burglars are people. Your gun is made to shoot people. That is it’s only purpose.

    • FGCU_James

      “The events in that movie didn’t happen, but they did happen.”
      Sounds like “fake but accurate” to me lol.

      Look. My brother owns a rifle. My mom and dad are considering owning pistols, as am I. We use these weapons not only for personal defense, but also as a hobby. I enjoy visiting my local shooting range and blasting away, it’s harmless and quite entertaining, if a little expensive (I’m glad I shoot a 9mm, government makes plenty of ammo in that caliber).

      In the hands of a criminal, a gun serves no purpose other than to inflict great harm and suffering. In the hands of law abiding citizens however, guns are a weapon for the defense of yourself and those who are precious to you.

      Now, I’m not saying that I would ever want to shoot someone, and I pray to God that I never have to do that. But if I had to choose between my family, my loved ones, and some punk who thinks they can take them from me, you can be damn sure about what choice I’m going to make.

      As for you, might I suggest a “Gun-Free Zone” sign for your house, I’m sure it’ll be just as effective as my pistol.

    • Catchance

      Wow! Back to your moral equivalency.

      So, if an intruder breaks into my house with his (stolen and illegal) gun with obvious intent to harm, but I kill him first with my 12-gauge, you’re saying I’m a murderer? Sorry, Bucko… the law says self-defense.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        You still murdered that person. Self defense is still murder. You still caused that person to die. Did you not?

        • Catchance

          So, what you’re saying is that there is no difference between killing someone in self-defense and murder. Does that moral equivalency extend to police and soldiers?

          Would it be better if I were murdered by the intruder?

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        You still murdered that person. Self defense is still murder. You still caused that person to die. Did you not?

    • TocksNedlog

      Kinda makes you wonder why they even bother with a ratings system when everybody knows going in that its all just pretend, huh?

    • TocksNedlog

      “Guns serve no purpose other than to murder.”
      — I look forward to the YouTube video of you saying this to a cop, or a soldier or a Marine.
      Or a hunter (oh wait, I forgot, they murder Bambi).

      • http://www.facebook.com/dhollingermain Denise Hollinger Main

        And don’t forget, now that we’re getting smaller paychecks, we may need to employ some “hunters” to procure meat for the table, unless of course you’re vegetarian, in which case you’re so outta luck when your paycheck won’t buy as much food as it used to. :)

        And didn’t we kick George’s butt for “taxes, taxes, and more taxes” not that long ago? Alas, we have no better representation now then we did then.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        In all of those cases, they would be murdering someone or an animal. Thank you for proving my point.

        • Catchance

          You keep saying that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

        • TocksNedlog

          I see. Killing = Murder; is that it?
          Therefore, assuming that you view murder as being a reprehensible act, you are pro-life on the issue of abortion — correct?

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        In all of those cases, they would be murdering someone or an animal. Thank you for proving my point.

    • TocksNedlog

      If nobody had any REAL guns, then fictional guns would be very fictional indeed.

    • orringtonmom (D)

      what?! are you tellin’ me that those people don’t die? shooot… next you’ll be tellin’ me that those people don’t really live in my moving picture box here in the livin’ room.

      your condescension is noted, jackass.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        Your need to call me names is also duly noted dickhead.

        • orringtonmom (D)

          it’s not so much that i need to as it is that i enjoy it. nice comeback, btw.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        Your need to call me names is also duly noted dickhead.

    • $23629333

      Chicago’s underemployed actor and realtor rejoins us once more; why, I’m not sure.

      Folks, if you’re wondering what you’re dealing with, please check out this video on You Tube: “The Qu Presents: Michael Hampton in ‘Man Boobs.'” It was posted on February 29, 2012, and – already – is up to 32 views and zero comments.

      As hamybear indicates with every post, he has a superior attitude. His motto is this: “one in a million, and better than most.” This from an underemployed actor and realtor with a little too much free time on his hands; which is why he is able to join us here.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        Why does that matter? Why do you feel the need to personally attack me for my opinion?

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        Why does that matter? Why do you feel the need to personally attack me for my opinion?

    • $23629333

      Chicago’s underemployed actor and realtor rejoins us once more; why, I’m not sure.

      Folks, if you’re wondering what you’re dealing with, please check out this video on You Tube: “The Qu Presents: Michael Hampton in ‘Man Boobs.'” It was posted on February 29, 2012, and – already – is up to 32 views and zero comments.

      As hamybear indicates with every post, he has a superior attitude. His motto is this: “one in a million, and better than most.” This from an underemployed actor and realtor with a little too much free time on his hands; which is why he is able to join us here.

    • GaryTheBrave

      Michael, blanks are still powerful enough to kill. If you get close enough the force of hot gasses from the cartridge will knock you down. I think it has a range of 6 feet. I saw a demo by a prop master when I was a teenager.

      The point is that it is imagery. It is what a viewer observes that causes an emotional response, which in turn elevates the levels of certain hormones. The fact is the Wild West as depicted in Hollywood was not that violent.

      If you want to see an historically accurate slave movie check out “Amistad.” It’s about a slave that started a revolt. It came out in the late 90’s but it is good.

      Just saw “Lincoln.” It plods a bit but it is 2-1/2 hours long. It is very good. In many ways the shenanigans we are seeing today in passing legislation were done back then to pass the 13th Amendment. The difference is they knew how to write legislation that fit on one page…handwritten.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        The Passion of the Christ has the most violent imagery of any film to date. Violent acts per second of film is highest of any film ever made. Your point?

        • GaryTheBrave

          Your point seemed to imply that shooting blanks is harmless. They are not harmless.

          I have yet to see The Passion of The Christ in full. I did see from the flogging scene to the end. Most of that is accurate as far as how it was reported in the Bible. I have a few nits to pick.

          I see you are trying to argue that depictions of violence do not make a person commit violence. Put in the word “may” and both our points are valid. The vast majority of people in the world are not violent-prone. they may need to resort to violence for self-preservation but that is not being prone to violence.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            When safely used in a film, they are harmless to the people who are watching the film as well as the actors in the film. Guns are never safe.

          • GaryTheBrave

            Guns are inanimate objects. Machines really. They are systems of springs and levers that multiply the relative slow and light force applied to the trigger into a relatively quick and harder force applied to the firing pin.

            The firing pin is designed to strike a primer in the base of shell. The primer emits a small spark that ignites the gunpowder. The gunpowder burns (not explode) to create super-heated gasses that expand quickly, pushing on the base of the projectile. The projectile is dislodged from the casing and the super-heated gasses push it down the barrel. As soon as the projectile leaves the barrel the super-heated gasses expand at supersonic speed thus creating the bang. The projectile proceeds in a straight line with only inertia propelling it. Quickly air resistance and gravity slow the projectile until it falls to the ground.

            If the actions of the super-heated gasses seem familiar it is also the description of the power stroke in an internal combustion engine.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            And yet they still serve no purpose other than killing things.

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        The Passion of the Christ has the most violent imagery of any film to date. Violent acts per second of film is highest of any film ever made. Your point?

    • Hello Jerry (D)

      Damn, I was hoping you disappeared.

  • Let’em Crash

    He bought his ticket, he knew what he was getting into…Double standards, much. I say, let him crash.

  • detroit19

    The violence is okay because white ‘massas’ are being slaughtered? You are an ignorant, racist, POS, race baiter, Michael ‘More is less’ Obamabot.

  • hi there

    I’m black..yes A. ..I loved Django almost a fantasy, type film BUT I didn’t want.to slap white.folks nor did.I hate them… It’s hard to know that Jamie Foxx party part is actually the only untruth…This was slavery..my great grand parents lived it..that’s rough..but Hollywood is so dumb..you keep putting out films like this I’m gonna need to keep my gun for the crazies who want to repeat it…

  • orringtonmom (D)

    but… please, ignore all the nonsense about the violence. how the hell does that man figure out which end to scratch when he gets out of bed in the morning??

    • TocksNedlog

      He scratches whichever end he’s able to reach.

      • thetawake

        Lol! Two circles of scratchability on a large sphere.

        • TocksNedlog

          You DON’T want to vacation in that Southern Hemisphere!

          • mdtljt

            Thanks for that mental image, Tocks!!! Can anyone send some brain bleach my way??? Eeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwww…..not that you’re not right…you are…but still….

  • Silenttype78

    The “anti white” retardedness in this country is pretty scary.
    Have any of you spoken with any disingenuous white lib-progs lately?
    I just returned from my family’s Christmas -New Year’s “extravaganza” and because we have a couple DWL’s in the family I nearly bit my tongue off so many times it’s a wonder it hasn’t fallen out of my mouth.
    These rabid,disgusting creatures are so full of guilt,ignorance, and self loathing it is mind blowing.
    Thank God I only see them once a year!

    • Deborah JR

      You and I are in the same boat. I lucked out this year and didn’t even have to see the family progs once, though. We bite our tongues, but I notice they always feel free to insult us then expect a big group hug after.

    • Deborah JR

      You and I are in the same boat. I lucked out this year and didn’t even have to see the family progs once, though. We bite our tongues, but I notice they always feel free to insult us then expect a big group hug after.

  • Gallatin

    Won’t be wasting my money it has two of my least favorite people in it, jamie foxx and leonardo decrapio.

  • Bruno

    Moore is a Hypocrite.

    • Hello Jerry (D)

      All liberals are.

  • redheadgrl

    A movie about slavery makes her hate white people? Does she realize we no longer live in the 1800s? Or maybe she doesn’t realize slavery still exists in Africa in 2013? #ignoranceisbliss

    • John (it true me am)

      Or realize that there were countless white abolitionists who lost everything or even died fighting against slavery even before and after the civil war.

      It’s simple math. In a scenario where a group has no say, it takes a majority of the group that does have a say to change things. In other words, more white people were against slavery than not. The left loves their white male boogieman too much to ever speak honestly about the situation unfortunately.

    • John (it true me am)

      Or realize that there were countless white abolitionists who lost everything or even died fighting against slavery even before and after the civil war.

      It’s simple math. In a scenario where a group has no say, it takes a majority of the group that does have a say to change things. In other words, more white people were against slavery than not. The left loves their white male boogieman too much to ever speak honestly about the situation unfortunately.

  • Dr. Obvious

    I cant tell if it is White Guilt, or if Michael Moore is a wigger

    • Jim Denney

      He’s a fwigger … FAT wigger.

  • Dr. Obvious

    I cant tell if it is White Guilt, or if Michael Moore is a wigger

  • http://www.shockandblog.com/ Jay McHue

    Remember: racism is perfectly acceptable when being perpetrated against whites by blacks and self-hating whites (like Michael Moore).

  • Dr. Obvious

    does moore have a movie coming out? is that why he crawled out from his rock?

    • http://twitter.com/1RandiStarr Randi Starr

      He was lonely under his rock!

      • mdtljt

        ….that’s got to be one HELLUVA big rock!!! Hey, I have an idea…since MM is so concerned about all of us dying, whether by evil guns or evil doctors who aren’t under the government’s thumb, why don’t we let him really help us…let’s launch him into outer space to take care of that hole in the ozone!!! He may not plug it all but he’d actually be contributing to society and think of all the air and food we’d have if he weren’t taking copious amounts of both??? And to make sure he isn’t lonely, we can send his buddy Al “TRAITOR” Gore for a twofer…just a thought…

    • http://twitter.com/1RandiStarr Randi Starr

      He was lonely under his rock!

    • Hello Jerry (D)

      He announced he was going to be Fat B a s t ard in the next Austin Powers movie.

  • JustLikeAnimals

    So, ok….now we are ignoring all the concern and condemnation over mass shootings. Got it. Glad MM cleared that up because there for a week or two I thought we couldn’t have mass shootings anymore. Carry on…..

  • http://www.facebook.com/dhollingermain Denise Hollinger Main

    Michael Moore – “Django Unchained” is one of the best film
    satires ever. A rare American movie on slavery and the origins of our
    sick racist history. Wow.”

    Is this guy for real? What planet is he from anyway?

    • http://twitter.com/1RandiStarr Randi Starr

      Blubtopia.

    • http://twitter.com/1RandiStarr Randi Starr

      Blubtopia.

  • $23629333

    Might people be influenced by violent movies and games? Possibly.

    Cigarette commercials were long ago banned because … there was a fear that someone, particularly a young person, might be influenced by them to begin smoking; and, then – of course – they’d be hooked, and years later they’d have lung cancer and brown fingers. This was the presumed effect of watching 30-second cigarette commercials.

    The same sort of people who pushed for the ban on cigarette commercials have long complained about – and, presumably, want banned – the commercials aimed at young people during the Christmas shopping season. These people are particularly unhappy with the children’s shows which are – they say – little more than 30-minute advertisements for toys.

    Madison Avenue has invested billions of dollars – over the decades – on 30-second commercials, and print-page ads, and – now – online ads; all in an effort to influence people, adults and young people. Presumably, these advertisements do the trick, or we wouldn’t still be seeing them.

    So, we’re to believe that people – adults and (especially) young people can and will be influenced by exposure to 30-second commercials, but we’re to reject out-of-hand any suggestion that people – and especially young people – might be influenced by exposure to hours of violent imagery every day?

    If I were advising the good folks with the NRA, I would advise them to focus on violent imagery. Create ads which contain clips of the violent imagery found in popular – with young people – movies and games. Any refusal to run such ads would – of course – underline the fact that such imagery is NOT appropriate.

    • mdtljt

      Way to go, Rome!!! Perfect!! I’ll guarantee you, though, the lib/progs will sputter some inane defense about having a choice to watch movies v. ads on TV and screech it from the rooftops while trying to swat away the Mirror of Truth…that mirror held up to their faces is such an inconvenience…

    • BeeKaaay

      And don’t forget to talk about abortion too. Horrific violence against children is OK when they’re “too young” but why not later as well? Things that make you go hmmm….

  • $23629333

    Might people be influenced by violent movies and games? Possibly.

    Cigarette commercials were long ago banned because … there was a fear that someone, particularly a young person, might be influenced by them to begin smoking; and, then – of course – they’d be hooked, and years later they’d have lung cancer and brown fingers. This was the presumed effect of watching 30-second cigarette commercials.

    The same sort of people who pushed for the ban on cigarette commercials have long complained about – and, presumably, want banned – the commercials aimed at young people during the Christmas shopping season. These people are particularly unhappy with the children’s shows which are – they say – little more than 30-minute advertisements for toys.

    Madison Avenue has invested billions of dollars – over the decades – on 30-second commercials, and print-page ads, and – now – online ads; all in an effort to influence people, adults and young people. Presumably, these advertisements do the trick, or we wouldn’t still be seeing them.

    So, we’re to believe that people – adults and (especially) young people can and will be influenced by exposure to 30-second commercials, but we’re to reject out-of-hand any suggestion that people – and especially young people – might be influenced by exposure to hours of violent imagery every day?

    If I were advising the good folks with the NRA, I would advise them to focus on violent imagery. Create ads which contain clips of the violent imagery found in popular – with young people – movies and games. Any refusal to run such ads would – of course – underline the fact that such imagery is NOT appropriate.

  • Jack Deth

    Jeebus!

    I’d rather watch the Deep South sweat-a-thon, “Drum”, from 1976. With Ken Norton, John Colicos, Pam Grier, Warren Oates and Yaphett Kotto. The film may have been trash, but it was stellar trash. Knew it. And didn’t profess otherwise!

  • Jack Deth

    Jeebus!

    I’d rather watch the Deep South sweat-a-thon, “Drum”, from 1976. With Ken Norton, John Colicos, Pam Grier, Warren Oates and Yaphett Kotto. The film may have been trash, but it was stellar trash. Knew it. And didn’t profess otherwise!

  • Hello Jerry (D)

    Go Occupy another Golden Corral, fatboy.

  • http://www.facebook.com/brian.mouland.908 Brian Mouland

    The only way you could put this fat piece of sh-t down is with a rhino gun

  • http://www.facebook.com/brian.mouland.908 Brian Mouland

    The only way you could put this fat piece of sh-t down is with a rhino gun

  • http://twitter.com/garybethandadam G & B Kentigian

    black women are just as sick as any gangbanger

  • http://twitter.com/garybethandadam G & B Kentigian

    black women are just as sick as any gangbanger

  • http://twitter.com/garybethandadam G & B Kentigian

    someone please end mm

  • http://twitter.com/garybethandadam G & B Kentigian

    someone please end mm

  • disqus_lLumARGEEc

    Watch “Birth of a Nation” instead. Learn something.

  • fmahoney

    The movie like all this directors movies was bloody and gory with lots of killing and blood that’s what he offers, garbage movies for the most part. Slavery was not a nice things…

  • fmahoney

    We will do something about the gun violence in this country. Doing nothing and listening to the NRA is not an option. Sensible people with the knowledge and understand of gun violence and what it does to our society will lead the charge.

  • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

    You kiss your grandma’s vagina with that mouth?

  • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

    Inbred hillbilly asswipe.