NRA Veep Challenges President Obama Debate Gun Control. As If.

NRA Veep Wayne LaPierre is mad as hell and he’s not going to get a debate with President Obama. The chances that someone, anyone will confront the CIC on his lies, distortions and mischaracterizations about his civilian disarmament agenda. And I’m not sure that your average American has an eight-minute attention span when it comes to an “in your face” NRA harangue. Still, it’s nice to see the NRA responding more quickly and authoritatively to the assault media’s anti-gun animus. Props.


  1. avatar Former Water Walker says:

    I’m likin’ old Wayne lately-keep it up! Breaking news >Duck Dynasty guys endorse Ted Cruz!

  2. avatar Bob321 says:

    The Obama Regime has never had an honest debate about anything, so Obama will never answer the challenge.

  3. avatar Andrew Lias says:

    Nice call out lets see what Obama says about this. I’d like to see it.

    On a somewhat OT note, two more would be robbers were shot in Chicago by a CCW holding employee of a store. That’s 4 in a week. These guys did better than the last two, they drove to a hospital and were promptly taken into custody. Keep breaking the narrative!

  4. avatar Smith Wesson says:

    That’s the best thing I’ve ever seen form Wayne and the NRA.

  5. avatar LJM says:

    Bravo Wayne, bra. Vo.

  6. avatar SelousX says:

    As our Commander in Chief is feckless and contemptible, I doubt any such debate will take place.

  7. avatar Ralph says:

    King Hussein can’t debate Wayne. Not won’t. Can’t. If Obama did debate Wayne one-on-one, he would be recognizing Wayne as an equal (oh, no, we can’t have that) and tacitly admitting that the NRA is not a terrorist organization (would POTUS have debated Osana Bin Laden?) or simply a bunch of gun crazies.

    1. avatar gipper says:

      He can’t because the “Teleprompter” can’t think that fast for him, telling him what to say.

  8. avatar Red Sox says:

    Love it, the NRA should run a commercial from about 6:50 in to the end to expose this to the masses and it could make a small dent in the skull’s of the brainwashed.

    1. avatar Red Sox says:

      Forget to add, we should all post a link to this on CNN and all the MSM sites.

  9. avatar Bryce with Defensive Resources says:

    The NRA made a huge mistake by not showing up the Town Hall the other day. We all knew it was going to be a joke. They should’ve shown up anyway.

    More specifically, Colion Noir should have been their representative at the Town Hall. Who would be better to combat Obummber on guns

    1. avatar PeterK says:

      Okay that would have been worth it. 😀

    2. avatar MiniMe says:

      The Communist News Network heavily vetted any and all questions lest they offend the Lier-In-Chief, so I doubt that Mr. Noir would have been even been allowed to speak.

      1. avatar Wiregrass says:

        Ignore the rules. Look at the presidential debates, the ones that show the least respect for decorum are the ones that come out ahead.

    3. avatar LarryinTX says:

      “More specifically, Colion Noir should have been their representative at the Town Hall. Who would be better to combat Obummber on guns”

      Well, I didn’t think of it, I suppose I can’t blame the NRA for not thinking of it, but that WOULD have been perfect.

  10. avatar PeterW says:

    Joined the NRA this week.

  11. avatar Alex Peterson says:

    I’d rather see Colion Noir debate Obama. But, I’ll take it.

    1. avatar Bob R says:

      As a white middle aged man I think Colion Noir represents me far better than that creep at the NRA…

    2. avatar 16V says:

      I like Colion, I really do. But sending someone with a fake last name is not the best way to maintain credibility.

      1. avatar jeff says:

        Why not? The White House sent one. Two men with fake last names debating each other sounds fitting.

  12. avatar Marz says:

    THIS! This is how you call out the most powerful man in the world!

  13. avatar Jodas says:

    Love it. Wayne sounded like Jack Nicholson’s Joker in the 1st Batman movie “Come on Gotham, who you gonna trust?” At least it wasn’t followed by a Prince song…

    1. avatar I like Gunzs says:

      Well, if they played the Hindu Love Gods (Zevon/R.E.M.) cover of “Raspberry Beret” it woulda been pretty cool.

  14. avatar BDub says:

    The only downside is that now the opposition can say, “oh now you want to debate? Sorry, you had your chance.”

    1. avatar Mk10108 says:

      Pre screen questions does not make a debate.

  15. avatar Ian in Transit says:

    Obama’s handlers will never let him even if he is willing to take Wayne up on the offer.

  16. avatar peirsonb says:

    Careful Wayne, your balls are finally showing…

  17. avatar GunTotinDem says:

    maybe all the NRA members should petition the white house to accept the debate.

    1. avatar Eye-roller says:

      This is a brilliant idea.

      The White House is obligated to respond to a petition that receives 100,000 signatures in 30 days. Wayne should create a petition on the NRA website and issue an email blast to have all NRA members sign it.

      1. avatar NATAWS9 says:

        The gun control fools already started the petition. I added my name already, get it to 100k, share the link.

    2. avatar SAS 2008 says:

      That is a good idea.

  18. avatar The Phantom says:

    Confidence, knowledge and intelligence.. I seldom see these traits anymore. I thought they had been replaced with likes, trends and tweets. I hope Obama takes the challenge because I like to see him cry.

  19. avatar Priest of the center mass says:

    Not worth the NRAs time.
    Americans are far more aware than than an eight minutes of an out gunned debate.
    Marco Rubio for 2016.
    Let real common sense get back in the oval office.
    We all just can’t wait to see number 44 leave “our” house.

  20. avatar Jim Bullock says:

    OK. so independent of the content of any debate, the *fact of* the refusal carries weight. And the video keeps it in play.

    But, with no word said, “Why wouldn’t they show up?” is part of the story. Why wouldn’t they, indeed?

    Drip, drip, drip. These guys seem to be getting a clue. What, did aliens trans-reverse their brains?

  21. avatar wrightl3 says:

    This makes me want to join! Keep up the good work.

    1. avatar Doesky2 says:

      It’s just cheap talk unless you do it.

  22. avatar Pg2 says:

    Sort of like how no one can get an interview with Dr Paul Offit, the vaccine designer/sookesperson who claimed babies could safely receive 10,0000 vaccines at the same time.

    1. avatar I like Gunzs says:

      10,000. Man, that is Vault-Tec kinda sh*t; woulda given ya some crazy perks in Fallout 3. Real life, alas, not so much.

  23. avatar Treedodger says:

    Great video, but sadly no one will ever see it except those that already follow and support the NRA on a regular basis. The NRA needs to take the last minute of video and condense it into a 30 second commercial to play on the networks.

  24. avatar Don says:

    I think having ColionNoir debate the president on gun issues would be much better.


  25. avatar SlackerX says:

    He forgot to drop the mic at the end there

  26. avatar ebd10 says:

    LaPierre has neither the charisma, nor the intellectual horsepower to debate a slick hustler like Zero. If someone is going to debate Obie, I suggest that it be either Colion Noir or someone like Stefan Molyneaux.

    1. avatar Devin in Texas says:

      Stefan Molyneaux would be a wise choice.

    2. avatar Bob says:

      Colion for the win. The liberal media would run the “racism” card into the ground with Wayne. Having Colion debate takes that pillar of gun control away from them and gives the NRA another face to the masses other than the expected OFWG.

    3. avatar John says:

      There is no one employed by NRA including Wayne who has the intellect to debate the President. Why didn’t he show up when the President invited him in the first place?

      Look at the scum NRA employs in Illinois as their state contract lobbyist. Donald Todd Vandermyde put Duty to Inform w/ criminal penalties in Rep. Brandon Phelps HB183 “NRA backed” carry bill, not Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. The anti-gun Chiefs of Police wanted DTI, so Vandermyde handed it to them on a platter. When armed citizens get harassed, set up, arrested, disarmed, raped and killed by police criminals, Vandermyde can tell Chris Cox & Chuck Cunningham at ILA that he “got a bill passed.”

      Look at who NRA pays and you find liars and rats who sell out the lives of their own membership.

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