Chris Rock: Obey the President on Gun Control

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61 Responses to Chris Rock: Obey the President on Gun Control

  1. avatarLance says:

    Should he be Zig haling too? LOL

    • avatarPaul says:

      I can believe the HNIC is his father, and the gangbanging Treyvon is his brother. Only another dumba$$, foul mouthed, no-talent liberal like him, would believe such crap. As for being my father, NO WAY IN HELL! I’m IRISH!

      • avatarMitch says:

        I guess it’s best to just ignore the random, racist and hateful comments that pop up in the comments section from time to time. HOWEVER, I don’t understand why you moderators allow it. I see FLAME DELETED all the time in the comments section. C’mon guys… There is a line, and Paul crossed it. Who knows, maybe I’m just a dumb “knee grow” that doesn’t know any better. Oh, wait… I do know better. You guys shouldn’t allow this kind of crap to stay posted- it serves no purpose other than to irritate and divide a group of citizens that should all be on the same team (especially in these trying times). As someone who supports this site, & reccomends it to others on a regular basis, some sort of response would be appreciated. Thank ya kindly, Mr. Farago & friends.

        • avatarTobias says:

          Interesting- Paul seems to have edited some of the more hateful crap out. Make no mistake though- HNIC stands for “Head Nigger In Charge”. You guys cool with that?

        • avatarTexanHawk says:

          Mitch, I agree Paul crossed the line. Now, can you please start us to police up the most common offenders of the hate term “the n-word”? Neither of my children had ever heard the word (and still have never heard it from me) until two black young men hollered it back and forth at each other in friendly greetings in a parking lot one day when my children were 9 & 5. My daughter asked me later what the word meant. It’s hard for a kid to understand that two blacks can call each other that but a white person should never do so because it’s then a racial epithet. I understand. My best friend and I usually start out our phone conversations, when out of earshot, with ” hey Asshole”. It’s a term of endearment to us. What’s the difference? A unaware bystander who overheard us would never consider himself a target of my term even if he met the basic criteria.

          If rap music and people in general would stop using the term that Chris Rock, Richard Pryor, Eddie Murphy and multitude of black comedians spread then perhaps the term would fall out of use the same way of dial telephones.

        • avatarblinkypete says:

          Texan, I understand your point, but the proliferation of the intra-racial version of that word has nothing to do with the use of it’s racist originator by morons like Paul. 2 completely different things.

      • avatarblinkypete says:

        Paul, you’re an idiot. Go away.

  2. avatarAPBTFan says:

    My copy of bigger and blacker just went in the trash bin. I’ve had enough of him running his mouth to ever watch it again.

    • avatarblinkypete says:

      Oh come on. That shit is classic. Just throw Grownups in the trash.

      • avatarAPBTFan says:

        Never seen Grownups. My copy of Dogma is safe but if I want classic funny I’ll stick with Richard Pryor. Bill Burr does a pretty funny routine about buying his first gun.

        • avatarCarrymagnum says:

          Grown ups is awesome. And for everyone else: the best action movie in a while might be The Raid: Redemption.
          Now for something pertaining to the post. That guy can talk. His logic was bullet-proof. And he did it with style and charisma. Killed it.

        • avatarAPBTFan says:

          The Raid is THE FREAKIN BEST action film I’ve seen in a dog’s age – I’m 40 and a long time Hong Kong action/John Woo/Ringo Lam fan so that should say something. The Indonesians have set the bar way high.

          Did you notice the bad guys shooting up the two fellas in the truck near the beginning were using Knights Armament PDW’s in 6×35?

        • avatarjwm says:

          Dogma is a movie that has chris rock in it, but it’s not his movie. Dogma stays in my stack.

          Grownups is funny and again it has rock in it but he ain’t the star. And what group of guys hauling their buddy with an arrow thru his foot wouldn’t get the deer in the headlight look and lie when confronted by the wives?

        • avatarblinkypete says:

          I hated Grownups, but Pryor was awesome, as was Cosby’s 80′s routines.

    • avatarHerb says:

      C Rock was actually funny when he did that standup about bullet control instead of gun control – every bullet should cost $5,000, so that there will be no more `innocent bystanders’ – “dude musta did sumpin, they put $50,000 worth of bullets in his @ss.” And people would think before they did something – “I would blow your f****** head off – if I could afford it! …. I’m gonna get me another job, start saving some money, and you’re a dead man!”

      Now he’s just another Obama b***boy. Sad, really.

  3. avatarJoke & Dagger says:

    Drunk on Obama juice. Popular culture is beseiged with these over confident zombies.

  4. avatarOkieRim says:

    Another gr8 vid from Zo, I’am pretty sure a lot liberals wouldn’t be able to follow his commentary, but he is spot on….and chris rock can suck it….

  5. avatarIn Memphis says:

    I always hated this guy, now I have a legit reason

  6. avatarUSMCVeteran says:

    Chris, you may not have had a father but I did, and he is a true hero, a real man, having served in WW2 and the Korean War. We’re not all bobble-headed sycophantic eunuchs like you.

    • avatarBilly says:

      Amen! A-friggin-men!

    • avatarneo297 says:

      All I can say is Chris why didn’t your people just shut up and follow the laws when they were the laws of the land, dictated to you by politicians who were duly elected by the people and enforced by the police i.e.” your boss” Why didn’t you stay in your restaraunts, drink from your fountains, stay in your schools etc., etc. Why didn’t you…because it wasn’t the right thing to do that’s why. Just because a group of short sited, bigoted,misinformed idiots who happen to have some measure of power say we should do something doesn’t mean we should and you of all people should realize that.Bush was your president and boss but you had no trouble bashing him. I love your comedy but your blind allegience to Obama is sickening just cause he’s black doesn’t mean you have goose step with him. Just stick to the stand up. oh and tony bennet take your alzhiemers meds and go to bed.

    • avatarWLCE says:

      Phucking A USMCveteran!

      I wish my dad was still around today so i could get his wisdom in regards to the shit storm that this country is experiencing right now.

      My grandpa? He probably would have started a insurrection.

  7. avatarLogan P says:

    YOU’RE NOT MY SUPERVISOR!

    • avatarLogan P says:

      And on a somewhat more professional note, as my term of service was ended, I do not have to and will not “obey” a damn thing that the president says that I do not agree with, nor will I reconsider my position on the matter because somebody who’s been involved with movies/music/sports/underwater basket weaving says I should.
      The President is no longer my boss, and he is no longer in my chain of command no matter how you look at it. Chris Rock is some dude who’s well-known by many people, but that does not mean I give his opinion any more merit than I would give that of my neighbor.
      In summary, I will reiterate my previous comment: Chris Rock, you are not my supervisor.

  8. avatarCliff says:

    RF, I didn’t catch the commentator’s name, but I’ve seen him before and he is AWESOME! It would be great if you could sign him up as a regular contributor to TTAG!
    Chris Rock can go to Hell, and Tony is obviously at 86 or so losing his faculties and needs supervised care.

  9. avatarGreg says:

    Yo’ not mah diddy! I think I pronounced that correctly. This is like the khmer rouge calling government uncle. So sick and demented, he like your father? Really.

  10. avatarRoss says:

    Armen.

  11. avatarRJOGuillory says:

    …yes, like I need Chris Rock to guide me in shaping my life-long belief system….what hubris….RJ
    ——————————–

    A Message to My Son

    My son asked me the other day,
    about getting through the rough.
    I thought of it for quite some time,
    wondered, simply teach him how to bluff?
    Slip through life as other’s do,
    behind a façade that’s really fake.
    Act as though nothing matters,
    except whatever you can take.
    I pondered a bit and sort of wondered,
    was that the best advice?
    Or should I tell him life’s just cruel,
    coping takes a heart of ice.
    At times in life you have to ask,
    what is it that I really want?
    To look in the mirror as other’s do,
    and simply put up a brave front?
    To live your life in such a way,
    a life in which you will have to sell.
    Your soul to others at a discount price,
    for a ticket to your personal hell.
    What a terrible thing to teach someone,
    to a young man coming of age.
    What would that lesson say about me,
    when the boy becomes an old sage?
    Then I thought of the most painful lesson,
    but one needed most to live.
    Perhaps in life it’s best to try,
    to understand, and simply forgive.
    That’s really not the easiest path,
    towards people who bring you pain.
    But in the end I thought it might help,
    to keep the young man from going insane.
    Look for joy, and stay within,
    the beautiful soul God gave you.
    Be gentle and kind, and do no harm,
    to yourself always stay true.
    But do remember that as life goes on,
    it’s going to get really tough.
    It’s finding something to believe in,
    that gets you through the rough.

    RJ O’Guillory
    Author-
    Webster Groves-The Life of an Insane Family

  12. avatarjwm says:

    Fvck Chris Rock.

  13. avatarDave S says:

    Technically, its Seig Heil

    I do not Bow before The President, Senate or House of Representatives or the Court.
    I subservient to no man!

    • avatarRJOGuillory says:

      …if we are all going “parental-ego-state” here…I think technically,…it would be “I am subservient to no man”…but heck…I went to public school…Ha!

      Regards,

      RJ O’Guillory
      Author-
      Webster Groves-The Life of an Insane Family

  14. avatarRandy Drescher says:

    Please say that kanye isn’t against us though, that would be too much to bear, Randy

  15. avatarThomas Paine says:

    MC Gusto is still just Albert Brown.

  16. avatarUSMCVeteran says:

    Chris Rock is a turd that worships a turd.

  17. avatarGOOFA says:

    Hey Chris… Go F**K yourself!

  18. avatarLucas D. says:

    Hmm, I don’t think Mr. Bennett left just his heart in San Francisco; he seems to have left his brain there, too.

    • avatarUSMCVeteran says:

      During the Vietnam War Bob Hope asked Tony Bennett if he would accompany him on a USO tour, Bennett declined saying that he didn’t agree with the war, Mr. Hope asked him why punish the troops. I have absolutely no respect for Tony Bennett, he’s just another stinkin’ lib who doesn’t realize that we live in a dangerous world .

      Semper Fi!

  19. avatarracer88 says:

    Mr. Rachel’s video is quite good overall. My one nit to pick is his discussion of “well-regulated.” He is incorrect. Well-regulated did, in fact, mean “well-equipped” back in the day of our Founding Fathers. It meant that citizens should be equally equipped to an infantryman in the standing army. He is right that it had nothing to do with “regulation” in the sense of limiting or restricting the militia.

  20. avatarSkeev says:

    Just like the man said, this hypocrite wasn’t trying for employee of the month under Bush, or even Clinton for that matter.

  21. avatarMy Name Is Bob says:

    ESAD Chris rock!

  22. avatarRalph says:

    If Obama is my boss, then I’m asking him for a day off. And a raise.

  23. avatarST says:

    Welcome to my Assault Media Ban List , Mr. Rock. Your works and all intellectual property therein is classified in my house as assault media, unfit for private consumption due to lack of educational purpose. Any works of yours in my household are now contraband, and are thus forfeited to the scrap heap .

    I’m totally doing this for the children.
    No one needs a comedy show with more the then ten cuss words in it.

  24. avatarJR LORENCZ says:

    I’d rather Mr. Noir rhetorically represent the gun owning community than Mr. LaPierre. Logic and humor…a deadly combination.

    • avatarMatt in FL says:

      I appreciate your point, but you seem to be under the mistaken impression that the man in the video above is Mr. Colion Noir. It’s not.

  25. avatarWLCE says:

    Doesnt anybody notice how deliciously ironic it is that liberals now stand on their soapboxes, making cries of “hey if you dont like it here, you can get out” and “do as your told! the president is our leader!”

    its pathetic. I consider myself left-leaning and these “liberals” embarrass me with their statism.

    Im ashamed of them because being a liberal meant being a independent thinker that was free from the shackles of draconian “morality” that kept mankind subservient to religious symbols and royal families. now liberals preach statism and the rot of empire. i guess times do change.

  26. avatarJon R. says:

    That video is awesome, funny and smart dude.

  27. avatariuvenal says:

    Ahhh look, Barry is a ventriloquist now. Wonder what his hand smells like when he pulls it out of that puppet.

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