Michael Moore’s Proposal For Replacing The Second Amendment

Michael Moore's proposal for replacing the Second Amendment and "fixing" our gun problem. courtesy independent.co.uk

The round mound of far-left sound, Michael Moore, has a proposal for “fixing” our problematic Second Amendment with this:

PROPOSED 28th AMENDMENT TO THE US CONSTITUTION

“A well regulated State National Guard, being helpful to the safety and security of a State in times of need, along with the strictly regulated right of the people to keep and bear a limited number of non-automatic Arms for sport and hunting, with respect to the primary right of all people to be free from gun violence, this shall not be infringed.”

I, Michael Moore, along with all who support an end to this epidemic of gun violence, propose a new Amendment to our Constitution that repeals the ancient and outdated 2nd Amendment (which was written before bullets and revolvers were even invented), and replaces it with a new 28th Amendment that guarantees States can have State militias (a.k.a. State National Guards which are made up of citizen-soldiers who are called upon in times of natural disasters or other State emergencies), allows individuals to use guns for sport and gathering food, and guarantees everyone the right to be free of, and protected from, gun violence (i.e., the public’s safety comes ahead of an individual’s right to own and fire a gun).

This amendment would allow states and the federal government to pass laws that would regulate gun ownership in the following manner:

• As over 90% of gun violence is committed by men, in order for a man to purchase a gun, he must first get a waiver from his current wife, plus his most recent ex-wife, or any woman with whom he is currently in a relationship (if he’s gay, he must get the waiver from his male spouse/partner). This law has greatly reduced most spousal/domestic gun murders in Canada.

• All automatic and semi-automatic guns are banned.

• No gun or clip can hold more than 6 bullets.

• To activate a gun for it to be used, the trigger must recognize the fingerprint of its registered owner. This will eliminate most crimes committed with a gun as 80% of these crimes are done with a stolen gun.

• One’s guns must be stored at a licensed gun club or government-regulated gun storage facility. Believing that having a gun in your home provides you with protection is an American myth. People who die from a home invasion make up a sad but minuscule .04% of all gun murders in the US. And over a third of them are killed by their own gun that the criminal has either stolen or wrestled from them.

• To own and operate a gun one must obtain a license (like one does to operate a car). To get a license you have to complete a gun training and safety course and pass a thorough background check.

• As nearly half of all gun deaths are suicides, mental health care must become a top national health priority and must be properly funded. And by making it more difficult to purchase a gun – and requiring its storage outside the home – easy access during a suicidal moment is denied.

• Current restrictions placed on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), due to successful lobbying by the NRA, have prohibited them from studying the gun violence epidemic in the US. These rules need to be removed and the funding restored. Science will then be free to find out why we are ALONE among nations in killing each other at such a massive rate (hint: It’s not just the guns – it’s us as Americans).

These are a few of the regulations that can be enacted to both protect society yet not deny hunters and sportsmen their fun. This is the sane approach that meets everyone’s needs — everyone, that is, except those of the serial killer, the mass murderer, the violent ex-husband, the disgruntled employee or the disturbed and bullied teenager. We will never eliminate all murder; that’s been with us since Cain killed Abel. But we CAN join the community of enlightened nations where gun violence is that rare occurrence — as opposed to the daily tragedy we now suffer here in the United States of America. This can come to an end with the repeal of the 2nd Amendment and replacing it with the 28th Amendment.

For those who believe it will be impossible to do this, let me close by sharing with you two important facts that should give us hope:

1. We are not a country of gun nuts. 77% of all Americans do NOT own a gun! If three-quarters of the country has decided they have no need for a gun, three-quarters of the country may also decide they have no need for an archaic amendment that allows retired accountants to own 47 assault weapons. LET’S ORGANIZE THE 77%!

2. When President Obama tried to get Congress to pass simple, common sense gun control legislation after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary, polls showed 90% of the country backed him! But the NRA beat him. LET’S ORGANIZE THE 90%!

We can start with the upcoming midterm election. Let every candidate know: If you take NRA money, we will remove you from office.

Then do it.

comments

  1. avatar Don says:

    LMAO!!!!! Lies, damn lies, statistics, and insanity. What a mucked up fess this waste of space is.

    1. avatar Rodd H says:

      Let Mr. Moore and the rest of Californistan secede from the union. Then make up whAt ever BS law they like.

      1. avatar The Punisher says:

        Exactly this.

        Why Should California, which is hundreds and hundreds of miles away from Virginia have the exact same laws if the culture and population are not the same?

        Texas, being Texas, should not be ruled by the dictates of New York or New Jersey. Heck, Austin shouldn’t be ruled by San Antonio or Dallas.

        Nobody wants war or bloodshed. The answer? Peaceful secession. Let each go their own ways. Good laws and government structures will win out. And perhaps it’s true that government structures in rural areas won’t work in urban cities. Ok, why not try that…see how it goes. I’m pretty sure there are many of us who already have some of our own conclusions to these things, but I’d rather several million people in a city be affected by stupid, asinine statutes than several hundred million people.

        Time to form more perfect unions, ones that are not perpetual and ones that are voluntary.

        1. avatar GunDoc says:

          You have it mostly correct.

          Why should a city such as San Francisco, or NYC be able to disproportionately influence the state that is supporting it? In most cases unwillingly and under threat?

          As I have said before, the solution is City States.

          All cities over 700k are put to a referendum by the populace of the State that they are in. The non-city populace votes on whether to keep or expel the city (the population of the city does NOT get to vote, after all, if they have treated the rest of the state well, they have nothing to worry about, right?)

          If it passes, the city or cities are immediately fissioned off as independent City States (such as DC already is), with 2 electoral votes each (and no more, regardless of how big or small they are).

          This is probationary, and in five years, a second referendum is held. If the state that is hosting the City State approves it, the City State is re-integrated. If not, the fissioning is permanent.

          This solution is much more elegant, and does not condemn all of those normal (read non-Leftist) people trapped in a tyrannical hellhole such as California, Massachussetts, or New York. The Leftists are not handed vast tracts of land and resources that they absolutely do not deserve.

          This method is pretty much the only way to head off sectarian violence. The Leftists are no longer sharing the same goals or aspirations as the rest of us living in the United States of America, and amicable divorce is the only viable solution.

      2. avatar Frank in VA says:

        Secession is when a state chooses to leave the union. What is it called if a majority of the other states decide to kick them out? I’m starting to wonder if we should look into that.

        1. avatar Weskyvet says:

          I don’t think there’s a term for it as it’s never came up… Sure annexing territory and secession but removing statehood? I don’t even think they have a process for that. Let alone a term.

        2. avatar GunDoc says:

          The term is expulsion.

          Or excision.

          See my post above yours for the solution.

        3. avatar Weskyvet says:

          Thanks Gun Doc. I appreciate it but I don’t think the process is codified anywhere. Although the process you outline would be a rather elegant solution to the issues of these huge cities basically ruling the rest of the state. Now we just gotta get that put on whitehouse.gov in the form of a petition.

        4. avatar GunDoc says:

          You are absolutely correct.

          It is not codified, because even though the Founders tried to plan for every eventuality, I am certain that they could not have envisaged the borderline seditious behavior displayed by the Leftists, their sympathizers and their leash-holders.

          The most important aspect to moving this forward- under NO circumstances should a Constitutional Convention be called. This has been the dream of the Leftists for many years, and would kick wide the door to all sorts of chicanery, including the possibility of the above verbal diarrhea from Mr. Stay Puft becoming codified.

          This needs to be done (I am very sad to say) through executive order (NOT to be confused with “Executive Actions.” They are two distinct and separate things). The Legislative and Judicial branches are worse than useless in cases such as this.

          I hate to say it, but the same set of circumstances are being set up as were present in 1859.

          If we are to avoid a repeat of that horrendous, morally indefensible and wholly unnecessary slaughter, we must avoid the collective propensity for insanity:

          Doing the same thing, over, and over, and over, and expecting a different result.

        5. avatar Sam I Am says:

          Do not confuse “Constitutional Convention” with “Convention of the States”. Two very, very different animals. The terms are not interchangeable.

        6. avatar Jbw says:

          In california’s case it would be an exorcism

        7. avatar BLoving says:

          Expulsion never needed to be codified because it was simply unthinkable.
          The closest historical analogy we have is when certain uppity territories have become openly rebellious and needed to be forcibly put back in their place. Very ugly business for all involved.
          But expulsion makes no sense since it would mean the rest of the country would effectively be saying “we neither need nor want your tax revenues or your natural and economic resources… now go away.”
          That just doesn’t happen in real life… so the only solution is to invade, expel the state government in the capitol and install a puppet government.
          Now there is an idea with plenty if historical precedent.

        8. avatar dirt mcgirt says:

          We talk like we’re two different countries already, why not make it official?

      3. avatar Sam I Am says:

        “Let Mr. Moore and the rest of Californistan secede from the union. Then make up whT ever BS law they like.”

        Californication has already made up BS laws:
        – You can be jailed for not using someone’s preferred pronoun
        – I is no longer a felony to knowingly insert HIV tainted blood into the system

        And they still haven’t seceded.

      4. avatar senior gun owner says:

        NO! I strongly disagree with letting or forcing California to secede from the United States.
        Make California get back into conformity with the United States Constitution Second Amendment.
        DO NOT let the political fruits and nuts fringe strip lawful California gun owners of their rights.
        Repeal and replace gun grabbing California politicians and laws

        1. avatar Pg2 says:

          Sometimes it’s best to cut off/remove cancerous cells or a tumor before it metastasizes and kills the host. Let CA go. It is beyond repair.

    2. avatar Ed says:

      Well if it happened I’d just use a Louisville slugger on Mr asswipe Moore

  2. how does a moron like him get so famous? there should be an amendment banning free speech against the constitution.

    1. avatar JDH says:

      Harvey Weinstein…..and think what you want about that one….

    2. avatar Dan says:

      He needs to add….”Make murder illeagal.” That will stop it! Wow.

    3. avatar 1stfreedom says:

      Not to mention that Moore uses computers, TV, radio, the internet, and other modes of communications that could never have been envisioned by The Founders. Ergo, his deplorable activities are assuredly NOT protected by the First Amendment or any other part of the Constitution of the United States.

      God save our Republic!

  3. avatar Joe R. says:

    We didn’t ask. If we somehow find that someone has, we will hunt them down and deport them.

    1. avatar uncommon_sense says:

      We need a proposal for replacing Michael Moore.

      1. avatar JDH says:

        Just keep feeding him hamburgers he’ll eventually explode.

  4. avatar Sam I Am says:

    A well-regulated “right of the people”?

    “Primary right…to be free form gun violence”

    “…shall not be infringed”?

    My stomach hurts from laughing so hard. On the other hand, about half the US population would agree with Moore (uuhhh, like, dude, they already do).

    1. avatar Joe R. says:

      https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/STATUTE-75/pdf/STATUTE-75-Pg631.pdf

      Read definition of “arms control” and “disarmament” page 1.

      State Dept. for murderous revolution.

      1. avatar Sam I Am says:

        Good document to keep.

        Thanx

  5. avatar IN Dave says:

    Big problem with that is someone would have to be the size of Micheal Moore to get all of that to fit on a shirt. LOL. Nice try but I will keep what I have tubby.

  6. avatar JohnnyL says:

    Interesting!! But where is the clause that let’s liberals keep their armed security?

    1. avatar C.S. says:

      All this Progressive regulation is only so they can give “discretionary” waivers for themselves (and get rich off of it).

  7. avatar Gaston's love child says:

    So his bodyguards would be unarmed?

  8. avatar adverse4 says:

    The next socialist party candidate for the office of president.

  9. avatar Jack Moore says:

    So he’s admitting that all this is NOT what the 2nd amendment says and that all this crap is totally unconstitutional without a constitutional amendment. Sound like he is way ahead of most Democrats

    1. avatar Sam I Am says:

      Good point !

      Hadn’t thought of that. We, and all the name-brand pro-2A organizations need to hammer this consistently.

  10. avatar Joe R. says:

    Guns are for killing every swinging D1<K in your government that won't leave of their own volition when you decide to throw them off as your old guard to institute a new guard for your security under the 2nd Paragraph of the Declaration of Independence. READ THE MF: https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs/declaration-transcript

    For that you need parity of arms (as contemplated in the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution) F YOU AND ALL ELSE WHO MAY SAY OTHERWISE.

  11. avatar Rusty Chains says:

    An Ammendment to the Constitution to protect the right of the state to protect itself, from what? Itself? Other Countries? No, his ammendment would have only one purpose, to protect the state from the people! I think he wants to be one of the pigs on the farm, how marvelously ironic!

  12. avatar Chip in Florida says:

    Michael who?

    And we care what he has to say why?

  13. avatar srirachapocalypse says:

    Hey you slimey, f**king, diabetes ridden human gastropod! How about a draft of the 29th amendment that limits the number of BigMacs you can stuff in your blow-hole. Hypocrite elitist scum. Eat sh*t.

    That is all.

    1. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

      You really need to come out of that shell and quit beating around the bush.
      Try and just be direct and say what you mean.

      1. avatar uncommon_sense says:

        My thoughts exactly! Don’t hold back srirachapocalypse: tell us what your really think.

      2. avatar srirachapocalypse says:

        Sorry for the profanity. Im just really stressed and pissed off by everything that’s going on.

        1. avatar Lookingout4myself says:

          I like it, I don’t know why this slobber bag thinks he is important, he wrote some stupid documentary and now thinks he is smarter than everyone else.

  14. avatar TrappedInCommiefornia says:

    “But we CAN join the community of enlightened nations where gun violence is that rare occurrence”
    If you wish to join one of these so-called “enlightened nations”, by all means, go and join them and leave the rest of us alone. And don’t let the doorknob get stuck in your fat ass on your way out, you useless piece of shit.

  15. avatar Templar says:

    This man literally defends rapists like Harvey Weinstein. Of course he doesn’t want women armed. It’s hard to be a sexual predator when your victims are armed.

    1. avatar Eddie says:

      Well hell take a good look at him. How else is he going to get a lady to even talk to him if he can’t take advantage of her.
      Of course with him it could be young men he’s after.

  16. avatar Cloudbuster says:

    Go away, troll.

  17. avatar David Richter says:

    The 2A pretty clearly isn’t about hunting deer; it’s about hunting Congressmen. How do so many people miss this?

  18. avatar former water walker says:

    How about we BAN photos of this douche bag? ASSault! My beautiful eyes!😫 Is Jabba the Hut still claiming NRA membership?!?

  19. avatar John Boch says:

    I’ll wait for Michael Moore to turn his swords into plowshares.

    And then he’ll plow for me.

    John

    1. avatar Geoff PR says:

      “And then he’ll plow for me.”

      Now John, that isn’t very nice, even though he damn sure could use the exercise.

      *Wink*

      I have a better idea –

      Let’s give him a country where he can have that exact thing in their new constitution.

      The ‘National Conversation’ we need to have is the dissolution of the United States into a federation of free states and something else for the traitors…

  20. avatar John says:

    #Not my Amendment. That’s all it takes, right? Then it wouldn’t apply to me anyway.

  21. avatar VaqueroJustice says:

    The second amendment was drafted previous to 1597 ?
    Who knew ?

    1. avatar Ing says:

      Plus, “before bullets”? What does that feculent gasbag think the founders of our country shot from their guns in the Revolutionary War back in 1776? Very small rocks?
      https://youtu.be/v1hVcOKmoFA?t=9s

  22. avatar st381183 says:

    All of us need to go post a comment rejecting his idea and ideology so they realize there is more of us than of them. Use their very tactics against them. Rebuke them on their own turf.

  23. avatar foo,man,chew says:

    Biometric blunderbusses for all!

  24. avatar Spoons says:

    First we need common sense spoon control!

  25. avatar strych9 says:

    *reads this bullshit*

    *facepalm*

  26. avatar Jeff O. says:

    I counter-propose with my 28th:

    “Whereas ‘Shall not be infringed, ‘well regulated’ and ‘the Right of the People’ are apparently confusing to some, we define these as ‘No really it’s not that confusing: Shall not be infringed – It’s blatantly obvious,’ ‘Have any arms, armarments and accesssories,’ and ‘The right of any and everybody, just like how the First applies’ respectively.”

    1. avatar Asamurai says:

      This! Liberals only seem to get confused about the absolutism of The Second Amendment. Tell one you don’t think Black Lives Matter holding up signs advocating killing cops is free speech and they become damn constitutional scholars.

  27. avatar Noishkel says:

    Neo-Liberal filth like Micheal Moore is exactly why we have the 2A to begin with.

    Now the real question is, is anyone going to tell this tub of lard that if they magically revoked the 2A we’ll immediately pick up our 600 something millions preexisting guns and kick off the next revolution? And also let’s not forget that there’s more than a few McVeigh’s out there with a penchant for chemistry and a grudge.

    Personally I rreeaallllyy want to put build a slide fire TEC-9 with an under barrel flame thrower. Just because I really want to let them know how we stand on this topic.

  28. avatar Mark N. says:

    You note that although he preserves a right to own firearms for sporing purposes and hunting, HE ELIMINATES THE RIGHT TO ARMED SELF DEFENSE. That’s right, no guns in the home, no concealed or open carry (unless you are hunting or sporting).

    As I commented on another blog, his math is kind of fishy too. 90% 0f murders are committed by men, and 80% of murders are committed with stolen guns. so is he saying that men steal guns to kill their girlfriends? Who woulda thunk? This math also does not account for the fact that most of the victims of gun violence (and by that I mean nonsuicides) are black males between the ages of 14 and 23; is he saying that you have to get your gf’s permission to steal a gun to go shoot up the other gang?

    1. avatar Scoutino says:

      Looks like you found an answer to his question, what is different is U.S. that raises the murder rate above rates of European countries’. And without any money from Congress too.

  29. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

    here’s hoping the “quality cat” takes a dump in his fruit loops.

  30. avatar The Pontificator says:

    Meal Team Six speaks.

  31. avatar Sal Chichon says:

    Yeah, sure I’ll take “common sense” gun control advice from some misandric slob who can’t even practice common sense portion control. Riiiight…

    1. avatar fiundagner says:

      Portion control is only for those poor, ignorant, masses that don’t know any better. As one of the intellectual liberal Elite of course he needs a larger portion In order so that he can take care of us poor unenlightened souls. Why he will be one of the very few that is trusted to carry his own weapons or even have an armed security contingent. I mean after all the masses don’t need it but as one of the elite of course he’s going to be in more danger than someone like you or I who has to take care of ourselves. she has to worry about hundreds of thousands of Families 2 of course he needs to be able to defend himself because otherwise who would look out for us ignorant masses

      1. avatar Sal Chichon says:

        Too true, too true.

  32. avatar Mike in Ohio says:

    States “all automatic and semi automatic guns are banned” then,
    “No gun or clip can hold more than six bullets”
    Beyond his ignorance of nomenclature, the first makes the second irrelevant.

    1. avatar JSS says:

      Well… Almost….
      A Winchester model 62A carries 15 rounds and is not a semi or full auto. It is relevant only in the face that there are (very few) guns that would fall into that category.

      Everything else is a laughing stock…

    2. avatar Shallnot BeInfringed says:

      My Ruger bolt-action .22 can hold up to 10 roun ds or 25 ro unds, depending on which clipazine I feed it with – the rotary or the linear.magaclip.

  33. avatar DaveL says:

    If the people’s right to be free of gun violence is primary, then it follows that the government may not use firearms against the people for any reason, including for the enforcement of their gun control regulations.

    Somehow I don’t think that’s what he meant.

    1. avatar Ing says:

      Yep. But it’s not violence if the government does it to you for the good of society, you know.

      I’m pretty sure that’s what Stalin’s 70 million, Mao’s 50 million, Turkey’s 2 million, and Cambodia’s ~1 million dead would tell us if they could speak from the grave.

  34. avatar Asamurai says:

    Dear Mr. Moore,
    Don’t you remember the last time the Liberals, then called Progressives, tried to legislate morals through a Constitutional Amendment? Don’t you remember how that worked out? Don’t you remember that Prohibition started the worst decade of crime in American History. Maybe you should go pour yourself a drink and think on it.

  35. avatar John La Voie says:

    It seems every generation must have it’s share of Oxygen thieves, my only question is why does it seem that the current share is larger than the share that actually deserves the Oxygen? Sounds a lot like George Orwell meet the 21st century to me.

  36. avatar ted says:

    By fatso’s logic the first amendment shouldn’t cover radio, television, and the internet since none were in existence when the bill of rights was ratified.

    Also by fatso’s logic we should strictly regulate spoons since they clearly are responsible for Moore’s physical condition.

  37. avatar tinhats says:

    As Moore misses (intentionally or otherwise), the 2nd was designed to prevent tyranny of the federal government. “State” national guards are supplied by the federal government and can easily be called to federal duty (nationalized). Hardly a bulwark against a tyrannical federal gov.

    1. avatar Sam I Am says:

      “As Moore misses (intentionally or otherwise), the 2nd was designed to prevent tyranny of the federal government.”

      Actually, you are pointing out another area where we (POTG) “just don’t get it.”

      The left/leberals/statists/Demoncrats do not believe tyranny of government (which they control at every agency) is possible in this modern era. If one does not believe a threat exist, why should any mitigation of the threat exist? No, fire alarms and fire extinguishers are not the analogy. Even the left/liberals/statists/Demoncrats believe fire represents a real, though minor, threat to themselves.

      To People Not Of The Gun (PNOTG), we are simply Chicken Little, or The Boy Who Cried Wolf (note: there really was a wolf). We probably look no different than those who constantly shouted about the “Red Scare” in the’50s. In short, we prove to the anti-gun mob that we really are dumb, backward, deplorable because we constantly shout about a threat that does not exist (tyranny), while presenting a real threat (crazed mass shooters).

  38. avatar tinhats says:

    AS Moore is a man of action, we can await his voluntarily going without (armed) bodyguards to set an example and lead the way.

  39. avatar Weskyvet says:

    Easy there wide load. Let us remember don’t start none won’t be none. Thems there sound suspiciously like fightin words and I really don’t think you wanna fight.

    1. avatar KenW says:

      Shush or he will sit on you and squash you like a bug.

      1. avatar Weskyvet says:

        hmmm I need to get an elephant rifle and some big game loads. I don’t think my 30-30 will penetrate far enough into a hippo to do any serious damage…. Oh well been looking for an excuse to pick up a 50 BMG and burn off a few of my “tactically” acquired API rounds.

  40. avatar Another Tom in Oregon says:

    “• No gun or clip can hold more than 6 bullets.”

    So magazines are ok at any capacity? Cool!!

  41. avatar LETmeASKmyWIFE says:

    Great idea Mike. Now go get 2\3 of the Senate and 3\4 of the states to agree.

    1. avatar Curtis in IL says:

      2/3 of the House of Representatives, too.

    2. avatar Sam I Am says:

      Moore is the first anti-gunner I have read about who has put forth an actual constitutional amendment. Way more than any of his tribe have done to date. The anti-gun mob wants to overturn an enumerated constitutionally protected right with mere legislation (51 votes, and you can bet the Dems would suspend the 60 vote rule). We can respect his understanding that it will take an amendment to properly alter the constitution.

  42. avatar P-Dog says:

    Moore stinks, but I do appreciate the photo at the top.

    “This is my safety, sir”

  43. avatar Brethren Armament says:

    Why is anyone giving credence to Rosie O’Donnell?

    This is pure moronic gibberish.

  44. avatar chris. says:

    Michael “What do I need a gun for, I have Bodyguards?” Moore…

    Those words seem to have a familiar sentiment.
    People in the streets are starving for lack of bread… Marie “Let them Eat Cake” Antoinette

  45. avatar CZJay says:

    This day in age words comeback to bite you. You don’t get to erase them or define them. The public will only hear that the NRA wants “additional regulations” on the 2nd amendment, thus time for “common sense gun control laws.”

    “The NRA has given strength to the BATFE, they have sided with “gun control” politicians and implied that the BATFE should exist. Now Republicans have to side with the “gun control” group, the NRA leadership and the BATFE for their upcoming elections. We have already seen Republicans calling for more laws/infringements. This puts Trump in a bad position going forward, which is why he is trying to delay the discussion.

    Why does anyone need a stock that is used for range entertainment by a few people? Why would a person need a .50 BMG at a public range if they are not taking out vehicles and aircraft? Why do people need impractical drum magazines, belts and extended magazines for fun mag dumps at the range? Why do people have to have flash hiders if they only shoot at targets at the range during the day? Why is it necessary for people to use infrared or thermal devices to shoot at the range?

    Most people don’t have or need these things. So why shouldn’t they be banned along with the bump fire stocks? Let’s just have guns with no attachments, require thin barrels for semi automatic long guns and regulate the calibers/rounds for specific purpose use that isn’t combat. Since we are at it, let’s make it illegal to have any pistol that can fire a bullet over the speed of sound.

    Come NRA, you have done it before, you can do it again. You can cut off much of the negativity toward your org by being cool with such range toy regulation, as it will keep semi auto guns safe for a little longer. That way the water only rises in temperature slowly; maybe slow enough that your current members will expire before the repeal of the human right of self preservation and private property protection using modern tools. You don’t want your members to have to get off the couch anytime soon (if ever).”-Link to comment

    “The problem with kneeling down is the fact that it’s a concession to disingenuous people who are proposing things that wouldn’t have done anything to stop the attack. The current strategy from “gun control” groups is to maintain the fear of firearms. The NRA is playing into that by agreeing that the bump fire technique is too deadly/dangerous to go unregulated. Now the public is going to see that EVEN the NRA agrees that “gun control” is necessary and that the Vegas attack would have been less deadly if there was more laws. Fact is, the attack was less deadly because the man had a bump fire stock on his rifles and not so reliable mags. The problem with saying that to the public is that it will require a lot of work to show people who don’t want to listen in the first place.

    What should be their focus is a genuine action to reduce gun deaths from the areas Americans can without further human right restrictions. To publicize their mission statement regarding the strategy the NRA is going to actively take from this point onward to greatly reduce violence and accidents with firearms, while being honest about not being able to stop every terror attack that involves firearms.

    The public’s complaint isn’t the bump fire technique, it’s the violence/death. Reducing the deaths from gang violence and negligence will reduce the uncontrollable emotional reaction to ban the firearm when a terrorist uses one.

    The NRA should use it’s money to help fix the hood/ghettos. Help less fortunate kids go to good schools. Have a mentor program for kids with bad parents or no parents. Reach out to local governments to get gun safety put into the public school curriculum at the earliest age possible. Help fund mental health programs and work with politicians to improve the deficiencies with the mental health system. Work to improve the quality of the police force and don’t defend or go silent when bad police do something wrong. Etc.” -Link to comment

  46. avatar Anonymous says:

    His modifications defeat the purpose of having it there. Might as well just remove it than change it to his nonsensical garbage.

    Side Note: who cares what Michael Moore thinks?

  47. avatar CZJay says:

    Already seen that exact response coming. The NRA didn’t help with their bump fire comments.

    If the motive of the shooter was to get the 2nd amendment repealed, confirming that will put a stop to the march for such a thing.

    By the way, isn’t Moore a Canadian?

  48. avatar ^Sammy says:

    Moore is a glowing example of what Bugs Bunny, The Waskley Wabbit, would call a maroon.

  49. avatar maynard says:

    The Founding Fathers never intended civilians to have motion picture cameras.

  50. avatar Peter says:

    How much Oxy did he do before he wrote this? Seriously, I laughed my A off. 😀

  51. avatar Darkstar says:

    His “ammendment” is absolute, irrefutable proof that liberalism is a mental disorder.

  52. avatar Joe R. says:

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  53. avatar DrewR says:

    The fact that every year since englands handgun ban, except 2010, had higher murder rates than those prior to the ban proves unequivocally that the notion that gun laws reduce homicides is false.

    Gun regulations do tend to reduce gun murders, but have no demonstrable effect on homicide rates in general. Gun laws can not be shown, in all cases I have seen both inside and outside the US, to reduce homicides in any way.

    Murder is murder, and people shot to death aren’t magically more dead than people stabbed or bludgeoned to death.

  54. avatar Huntmaster says:

    What people like Michael Moore can’t get their head around is that the Right to Keep and Bear Arms pre- dates the 2nd Amendmendment. You can appeal it, revise it, gut it whatever. It doesn’t matter. It’s a God given right, and it doesn’t derive from the state. The State cannot take it away. They can only protect it or violate it. Oh, and it’s non-negotiable.

  55. avatar Weskyvet says:

    I’ve often wondered why the hell these elite gas bag gun grabbing assholes stick around and swear up and down that if only we were more like (insert European country here) we’d all be so much better off and more cultured and how the USA sucks compared to those paradise nations. Why not leave? Seriously your paradise is one plane ticket away. All you gotta do is get your passport, buy a ticket, fly there, and start the process to become a citizen there. Once complete you will be a citizen of your chosen paradise and you no longer have to worry about us “backwards hillbillies” in the USA. You won’t lose anything and you’ll gain the satisfaction of waking up everyday in whatever nation you consider paradise. I mean there are nations all over the world with tons of government types. Wanna be communist? Try out China, North Korea, or Vietnam. Wanna see socialism? Try Venezuela. Think that Islam has it right? Try Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, or any other Middle Eastern Nation. All you gotta do is get the ball rolling and you too can be in those nations you so dearly wish the US would emulate.

  56. avatar JD says:

    It’s only 5 easy steps you fat turd. Have at it…

    https://youtu.be/bnoFKskvSq4

    Especially the last step. Only 23% of us own guns by your account, but I imagine we could become a super majority in less than a week.

  57. avatar Swarf says:

    This is satire, right? It is so full of fail. It’s like a late night drunken rage post but we’re supposed to take it seriously.

    Let’s just start with the home invasion thing: ” People who die from a home invasion make up a sad but minuscule .04% of all gun murders in the US.”

    Uh huh. What about the people who don’t die? Because they were able to defend themselves with a gun, or stop the robbery from starting because they had. a. gun.

    Fuckhead.

  58. avatar Hellbilly says:

    I really LOL’d at the part where he says that “bullets and revolvers didn’t even exist” when the 2nd Amendment was written. So what projectiles did guns fire before the advent of booolits? Laser beams in the 40 watt range? Imaginary poofs of death? Unicorn poop?

  59. avatar bastiches says:

    We should encourage all leftists to demand all 2018 candidates to endorse such a change.

    Otherwise, it might become obvious the Left knows such things are impossible without losing another dozen seats in Congress.

  60. avatar Zeke says:

    TLDR, GFY.

  61. avatar Chadwick says:

    You and what army jugs? Bring it like the 3rd milkshake to your private table at in&out.

  62. avatar Otto13 says:

    27 words in 1787 with a quill pen… blah blah blah with a cheeto finger stained keyboard in 2017. Leave the constitution alone, what did it do to you besides allow you to make millions of dollars from 3rd rate films protected by that very document. Fool

  63. avatar Chris T in KY says:

    Another rich fat white man telling me I can’t have guns, while he is surrounded by private armed security.

  64. avatar sound awake says:

    its a good thing we saved the 2nd amendment by giving away bump stocks

    whew…

    just imagine what the 2nd amendment wouldve looked like had we not made that deal

    jeez the nra really is a genius isnt it

  65. avatar Jross says:

    I wish we still did the tar and feather thing.

  66. avatar doesky2 says:

    I’d love to have the chance encounter to meet Mr. Moore in a dark alley.

    I’d like to impress upon him my thoughts about many things.

  67. avatar Anonymous says:

    On a side note, I was entertained by this photo of Moore. He looks like a donut stuffed elderly tranny, somewhere about halfway between male and female. Haha.

  68. avatar Rocky says:

    He is just like Trump, in that he riles folks up to get publicity. It’s a loathsome habit, no matter who practices it.

  69. avatar Lamar says:

    Ha ha ha …..no. He must be hurting for attention. If he wants attention, he should cut the rat nest hair he hides under that hat. That would probably get him on the homepage of fox news. So hard to be liberal AND part of the 1%.

  70. avatar Lol says:

    LOL! Yeah ok fag. Cover up Mike Moore. Your virginity is showing.

  71. avatar Patriot says:

    Come and get ’em you Fat Bastard, GTFO.

  72. avatar great unknown says:

    How about this amendment?

    The right of personal self-defense being so fundamental, it overrides the freedom of speech guaranteed in the First Amendment. Any person, group, or judicial body which calls for, or attempts reducing this absolute right to self-defense shall be considered to have committed capital treason. This crime shall not be subject to Presidential Pardon, nor subject to any Statute of Limitations.

    Of course, some language needs to be added to ensure that there is no possibility of “prosecutorial discretion”.

    1. avatar MLee says:

      Since those including Bloombag and Pig Moore are trying to thwart our 2nd A rights, perhaps it’s time for the folks who warmly embrace the second to attack those who attack the 2nd by hiding behind the 1st.
      We need to start attacking that right.
      I only wish………

  73. avatar Chris says:

    That hurt my brain

  74. avatar ozzallos says:

    “I want to become Europe.”
    There, fixed and shortened that for you, Mikey.

    But then, it didn’t work there either, so…

    1. avatar Phil Wilson says:

      And I’m sure France would let him in if he applied. Or. Maybe even they are too smart for that.

      1. avatar Sam I Am says:

        And I’m sure France would let him in if he applied. Or. Maybe even they are too smart for that.

        Da’ French?

        Too smart for that?

        Da’ French?

  75. avatar fteter says:

    Good for you, Mr. Moore. You’ve at least put a little thought into your proposal. I could rail for hours on the quality of that thinking, but I’ll refrain from doing so here.

    So now take your proposal and follow the Constitutional process for ratifying an amendment. Give us a call when you get that done, OK?

    1. avatar Phil Wilson says:

      Nah, he’s got his attention. Mission already accomplished.

  76. avatar Sir Zog says:

    Go for it!

    Make repealing the 2nd Amendment an official Democrat platform item.

    Go, go, go!

  77. avatar Lhstr says:

    I think they don’t like the union and they do not want to live by our laws. If this is so lets honor them to that fact. Now that we did that. California please take all of your representives out of Washington DC. You can no longer have a vote here on laws. Now be gone assholes.

  78. avatar Ralph says:

    I’m amazed that Michael Moore can say a word with his lips wrapped securely around Harvey Weinstein’s dingus.

  79. avatar Johnny 2Shins says:

    49er hat…warms my heart with laughter. Fat scumbag

  80. avatar Aaron M. Walker says:

    I see the mysteriously violent event in Las Vegas has allowed numerous authoritarian political agendas to crop up all over the USA! From Liberal [email protected]$&ts , and [email protected]$$ Globalists like this guy…Well, looks like whatever the “Deep State” was trying to do is working….I guess there probably be a 2nd American Civil War in the future after all….

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  82. avatar Mad Max says:

    Moore’s Amendment is very Marxist just in its length and contortions.

    The founders wrote elegant, short Amendments.

    Just look at the length of the EU Constitution.

  83. avatar Kapeltam says:

    No. Your move, Moore.

  84. avatar Adam says:

    Please try it. I would love to see the hammer fall on all the elected progressives in red states.

    Just remember this in 2018. If you live in a red state and have a blue representative now is the time to kill their political ambitions. Make sure we have 60-40 in the Senate so we can really start pushing through meaningful changes.

  85. avatar Pg2 says:

    How and why is this dipshit relevant?

    1. avatar Kenneth G Maiden says:

      Hollyweird elite, with millions of low informed brain stems hanging onto his every word.

  86. avatar Mohammed Jihad says:

    So the gun or the clip can hold 6, fine.

    I’ll just use a standard capacity magazine.

  87. avatar Joe R. says:

    Michael Moore proposing an altered 2nd Amendment is akin to (Baby We Were Born to) Run-Off-To-Canada Bruce Springsteen offering to write a NEW National Anthem for America.

    Who the heck do these people think they are????

    First of all, nobody, who can’t even support / defend / and_or uphold our current version of the Constitution is going to get ANY say in writing the next one. I guarantee that.

  88. avatar Kenneth G Maiden says:

    With 131 comments above be, I feel a little bit late to the dance. Americans should demand that this fat ass trash be Tarred Feathered and run out of the country on a rusty rail to N Korea.

    1. avatar JJ48 says:

      Oh, come now! I know we don’t much care for North Korea, but even they don’t deserve that!

  89. avatar JJ48 says:

    I am not currently in a relationship, nor do I have any exes. Does this mean I can purchase firearms freely, or must I first find a girlfriend to vouch for me? (Also, how does this not qualify as sex discrimination?)

    I’m pretty sure I disagree with everything on the list except maybe making training more readily available. I propose that every high school in America should offer a 1-semester, Basic Firearm Handling and Marksmanship course to teach safe and effective usage. If some schools lack the facilities to offer such a course, perhaps teaming with other nearby schools to offer the course at an off-campus site may be an option.

    1. avatar Scoutino says:

      Of course it’s sex discrimination. But it’s against men, so it’s totally OK. Men are violent and dumb and hairy…and they smell bad too. So everyone is on board with sex discrimination. As long as it is against the right sex. Just try to ask for “Gentleman’s night” next time you see a “Ladies night” at your local bar or shooting range. Sexes are equal, but some are more so.

  90. avatar Libertarian says:

    One way ticke too nord korea thats the right place for him

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