15 Hilarious 2nd Amendment Comics That Prove A Point!

January 28, 2015 By Elly Maye

As a child, I thought guns were bad because I was never told why they were good. They scared me. I didn’t understand why anyone would oppose regulating them. It didn’t make any sense to me.

That was my attitude until a little common sense was knocked into me by a cartoon like these below. It sounds silly, I know. But that’s how simple it was! Now that I’m older and somewhat wiser, I know the importance of the Second Amendment and want to spread the common sense to all of those who haven’t had the chance to hear it! It’s critical to our future. So here are 15 awesome cartoons that will hopefully open someone’s eyes… or at least make you laugh! I know I did.

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Obama To Ban Popular AR-15 Bullets via Executive Order

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By Colleen Conley
We knew it was coming. Gun control has been on the Obama Administration’s Ideological Hit List since the day he promised to “fundamentally transform America.” In regards to our 2nd Amendment Rights, the opening salvo has arrived.

President Obama is using executive actions to target the AR-15 style semi-automatic with a ban on 5.56 mm ammo, one of the most-used AR bullets by sportsmen and target shooters.

Just this month, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) revealed that it is proposing to put the ban on a fast track, immediately driving up the price of the bullets and prompting retailers to urge that sportsmen demand that Congress stop the president.

The National Rifle Association is not standing down without a fight. The powerful organization claims that the Obama administration was unable to ban America’s most popular sporting rifle through the legislative process, so now it’s trying to ban commonly owned and used ammunition through regulation. Chris W.Cox, Executive Director for the group’s lobbying arm, said “The NRA and our tens of millions of supporters across the country will fight to stop President Obama’s latest attack on our Second Amendment freedoms.”

At issue is an exemption for so-called “armor piercing bullets” mostly used for sport by AR-15 owners, and the recent popularity of pistol-style ARs that use the ammo. The ammunition, commonly called green tips, is inexpensive and has been exempt for years as it is used primarily by target shooters, not criminals. BATFE proposes to reclassify it as armor-piercing and not exempt, saying that the bullets can be used in semi-automatic handguns and pose a risk to police. The bureau provided no evidence to back up the claim. The federal government, however, will continue to have access to the ammunition.

AR-15 pistols are large and expensive, and unlikely to be used by criminals. Generally, police are more concerned with easily concealed small guns, which pose more of a threat.

Many see the bullet ban as Obama’s back-door bid to end production and sale of the AR-15. From there, it’s a slippery slope. Other caliber bullets, such as .308, could also be banned as they can also be used in AR platforms, some of which can be converted to pistols. The .308 is a popular deer hunting bullet. Such a ban would have huge ramifications for the hunting community nationwide.

Mark Levin says GOP has ‘no guts’

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Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) on Saturday, Levin dubbed Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) “one of the most despicable, dumbest men to ever be leader in the Senate,” but added that Reid is “running circles around the Republicans.”

“That’s what happens when you have no principles, no strategy and no guts,” Levin said of Congressional Republicans. “It’s time for a new Republican Party.”

“No more excuses. No more whining. No more lying to get you elected. No more crony deals with the U.S. Chamber of crony capitalism,” Levin said, taking a political shot at the business community powerhouse U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Levin made clear his opposition to likely 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush.

“We are not a nation of immigrants. We are a nation of citizens,” Levin said to applause. “I am sick and tired of the American citizen being demeaned and treated as a second-class citizen while anybody who crosses the border is treated as the most virtuous human being on the face of the earth.”

Levin said some GOP presidential candidates have referred “to us as essentially lazy and racist and themselves rejecting the belief of American exceptionalism, insisting that the nation owes its current and future greatness, if not existence, to uninterrupted massive waves of low-skilled and unskilled aliens from the third world.”

“This has never been the American experience. Immigration is to be managed, limited, gradual to allow for assimilation and Americanization,” Levin said. “You see, Mr. Bush, we love our country, too.”

Top Republican donors and strategists have argued presidential candidates should strike a more inclusive tone on immigration reform, noting that Hispanics are an important constituency needed to win elections.

President Obama’s immigration policies have been a hot-button issue in recent days as lawmakers barely agreed to avert a shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Tea Party conservatives had hoped to block DHS funding unless it came with language to defund President Obama’s executive actions on immigration.

With just two hours left until a shutdown took hold, lawmakers reached a one-week stopgap funding deal late Friday night.

THE RELIGION OF PEACE STRIKES AGAIN: Bound and blindfolded then thrown off a high building to die on rubble below: ISIS savages murder another ‘gay’ man in Syria… then mob swarm to pelt the corpse with rocks

Islamic State have released new shocking photos of a ‘gay ‘man being thrown off a roof and stoned to death.
Following a trial in an Islamic State court, the man was taken to the roof of the building and thrown to his death in front a large crowd below.
The horrific act was carried out in Tel Abiad in the Islamic State capital of Raqqa in Syria.

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The final act: The large crowd of men are shown hurling rocks at the victim’s broken body. Local residents are also shown participating in the sickening scene.

The man is described as a ‘child of Lot’ and accused of committing acts of sodomy.
Lot is referred to in the Bible and the Qur’an, where it is claimed the people of Sodom and Gomorrah carried out sinful acts and were severely punished by God.
It is not the first occasion that Islamic State have published photos of such persecution. Another man accused of committing homosexual acts was thrown off the same building last month.

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Bearing witness: A large crowd of fighters and local residents of Raqqa is shown gathering to watch the horrific punishment outside the Islamic court building in Tal Abiad.

Amongst some of the bearded fighters, a number of children can be seen in the crowd, watching the horrific act.
Dozens of men line a high wall, hoping to get a better view of the atrocity from their vantage point.

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Hidden from view: Three niqab clad women can he seen waiting for the punishment to be carried out. Women are rarely seen watching public executions in Islamic State territory.

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The final act: The victim is shown being thrown off the top of the building by three Islamic State fighters.

Unusually, three niqab clad women can he seen waiting for the punishment to be carried out. They stand under the bombed out remains of the court building, away from the main crowd of men and boys.
One bearded fighter with his head covered by a red and white scarf, is holding a megaphone.
Standing at the front of the crowd, the man announces the court findings, sentencing ‘the child of Lot’ to death.

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The victim’s legs and hands appear to have been bound together whilst his eyes have been covered by a black blindfold.

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The man is described as a ‘child of Lot’ and accused of committing acts of sodomy. According to the Quran, Lot’s people of Sodom and Gomorrah carried out sinful acts and were severely punished by God.

Following the announcement, the guilty man is shown being thrown off the building’s roof by two fighters. Another fighter stands on the roof, watching the man fall to his death.
The victim’s legs and hands appear to have been bound together whilst his eyes have been covered by a black blindfold.
His broken body is shown lying on the ground, broken concrete and twisted metal litters the ground around his corpse.
The final photo shows the crowd enthusiastically hurling large rocks at the dead man’s body.
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Protesters march out of Jeb Bush’s CPAC Q&A

As Jeb Bush began speaking to the CPAC crowd, a group of protesters, led by William Tuttle, a man dressed as Button Gwinnett (a signer of the Declaration of Independence) walked out of the room.

Once outside the ballroom, Tuttle held a mini-rally that ended with chants of “USA USA USA!” loud enough to be heard inside the ballroom

Arabs: Why is Obama Siding with Supporters of Terrorism?

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by Khaled Abu Toameh

Many Arabs and Muslims see the meeting between Obama and Qatar’s al-Thani as a gift to Qatar for its continued support of Islamic radical groups across the Middle East, including Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Lebanon and the Gaza Strip.

On the eve of Obama’s meeting, Egyptian sources revealed that Qatar was providing weapons and ammunition to members of the Islamic State in Libya. The sources said that 35 Qatari aircraft were involved in transferring munitions.

Arab political analysts are also concerned about Obama’s ongoing attempts to appease Iran, which continues to expand its presence in Arab countries such as Yemen, Iraq and Lebanon — as well as in Syria, where it is deeply involved in backing Hezbollah and operating along the border with Israel. A Reuters report revealed that Iran also has hundreds of advisors in Iraq.

Qatar is also one of the biggest funders of Hamas, whose leader, Khaled Mashaal, is based in Qatar’s capital, Doha. During the past few years, Qatar has provided Hamas with hundreds of millions of dollars — money used to purchase and develop weapons to attack Israel.

By the time Obama leaves the White House, Iran will most likely be in control of more Arab countries, and Qatari-backed terror groups will be much stronger.

The Egyptians are furious with U.S. President Barack Obama for meeting in the White House this week with the emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani. They say that the Obama Administration has once again turned its back on moderate Arabs and Muslims by endorsing those who support and fund Islamic terror groups.

The meeting between Obama and the emir of Qatar came shortly after Egypt accused the emirate of supporting terrorism.

Obama was quoted as saying that “Qatar is a strong partner in our coalition to degrade and ultimately defeat ISIL. We are both committed to making sure that ISIL [ISIS/Islamic State] is defeated, to making sure that in Iraq there is an opportunity for all people to live together in peace.”

Obama’s decision to host the emir of Qatar and his ensuing statements in praise of the emirate’s role in “combating” the Islamic State have drawn sharp criticism from the Egyptians and other Arabs and Muslims.

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Many Arabs and Muslims see the meeting between Obama and al-Thani as a gift to Qatar for its continued support of Islamic radical groups in different parts of the Middle East, including Iraq, Syria, Egypt, Lebanon and the Gaza Strip.

The meeting came less than a week after the Egyptian envoy to the Arab League, Tareq Adel, accused Qatar of supporting terrorism. In response, Qatar recalled its ambassador to Cairo for “consultations.”

The latest crisis between Cairo and Doha erupted after Qatar expressed reservations about Egypt’s airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Libya in retaliation for the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians.

On the eve of Obama’s meeting with the emir, Egyptian sources revealed that Qatar was providing weapons and ammunition to members of the Islamic State in Libya. The sources said that 35 Qatari aircraft were involved in transferring weapons and ammunition to the terror group.

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi and his regime consider Qatar to be one of the main supporters and funders of Islamic terror groups. They believe that without Qatar’s support and money, Islamic terror groups would not have been able to launch numerous attacks on Egyptian soldiers in Sinai, and Hamas would not be in control of the Gaza Strip.

But President Sisi and his regime are equally furious with Obama for his public embracing of the Qatari emir.

Sisi is expected to travel to Saudi Arabia next week to hold urgent talks with King Salman bin Abdel Aziz on the crisis between Egypt and Qatar. According to reports in the Egyptian media, Sisi is also expected to complain to the Saudi monarch about Obama’s support for Qatar at a time when Egypt and other Arab countries are engaged in fighting Qatari-backed terror groups.

The Egyptian president is hoping that the Saudis will use their influence to convince Obama to stop supporting a country that openly backs terror groups.

The government-controlled media in Egypt is now full of articles and cartoons strongly denouncing Obama’s policy toward Qatar. Such attacks on Obama could not have surfaced in the media had they not been approved by Sisi and his top aides in Cairo.

One cartoon, for example, features Obama standing next to the emir of Qatar at a press conference and declaring, “We have recalled our emir from Qatar for consultations.” This cartoon is intended to send a message that Obama and the Qatari emir, a major supporter of Islamic terrorism, are buddies.

The Egyptian condemnations of Qatar are also directed at the Obama Administration, which seems to be losing one Arab ally after the other because of its perceived support for Qatar and its proxy, the Muslim Brotherhood.

Writing in the Al-Makal newspaper, columnist Ahmed al-Faqih launched a scathing attack on Qatar and the US in an article that carried the title “The Qatari dwarf that feeds the ISIS monster.”

Al-Faqih claims that Qatar is nothing but a pawn in the hands of the US and the Israeli Mossad, and that Qatar uses its resources to support terrorism.

Another columnist, Ahmed Musa, wrote that Qatar, “which is allied with Israel and the US,” was being used to fight Arab countries such as Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Libya and Syria.

“Qatar us conspiring against Egypt to serve the interests of terror groups and organizations,” Musa said, noting the close ties between the Qataris and the US Administration. “The Qatari regime has aligned itself with the murderers of the Muslim Brotherhood and the terrorists of Islamic State and Al-Qaeda, and is paying them billions of dollars.”

Arab political analysts are not only concerned about Obama’s close relations with Qatar, but also his ongoing attempts to appease Iran. They argue that what is needed now is a serious US policy to counter terrorism, as well as a new and harsh approach toward Iran.

As Obama was welcoming al-Thani, Qatar continued to face charges of supporting Islamist groups. The Egyptians say Qatar provides “financial, logistical and media support for terrorist leaders.”

Qatar is also one of the biggest funders of Hamas, whose leader, Khaled Mashaal, is based in Qatar’s capital, Doha. During the past few years, Qatar has provided Hamas with hundreds of millions of dollars — money used to purchase and develop weapons to attack Israel.

Meanwhile, Iran continues to expand its presence in Arab countries such as Yemen, Syria, Iraq and Lebanon.

In Yemen, Iranian-backed Houthi militias have contributed to the collapse of the government there, Secretary of State John Kerry said this week.

In Syria, Iran is deeply involved in backing the regime of Bashar Assad and Hezbollah in their fight against opposition forces. Iranian generals and military experts are also operating in the Golan Heights along the border with Israel.

In Iraq, hundreds of military advisors from Iran are operating, according to a Reuters report. The report quoted Iraqi officials as saying that Tehran’s involvement is driven by its belief that Islamic State is an immediate danger to Shi’ite religious shrines. The Iranians have helped organize Shi’ite volunteers and militia forces to defend Iraq against Islamic State terrorists.

As for Lebanon, the Iranian-backed terror group Hezbollah continues to maintain a powerful security and political presence there.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran has helped Iraq, Syria, Palestine and Hezbollah by exporting the technology that it has for the production of missiles and other equipment,” Revolutionary Guard Air Force commander Brig. Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh was quoted recently.

By the time Obama’s term in office ends, Iran will most likely be in control of more Arab countries, and Qatari-backed terror groups will be much stronger, killing more Muslims and non-Muslims.