Skip to comments.W.H.: Obama never claimed to be a hunter
Posted on 02/04/2013 11:24:03 AM PST by ColdOne
"As you know the president likes competition of all kinds. I think he has gotten better," Carney said. "But here's the thing to understand: The president has made clear, he grew up in Hawaii, he spent time in California, and Chicago, Cambridge, I mean, this is not, he never pretended to or suggested that he had grown up as a hunter."
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Years ago I saw a cartoon in a gun magazine of an anti-hunter picket carrying a poster that said...”SAVE THE SKEET!”
If you haven't played shotgun sports before, being slow to get on the target usually gets you following the target all the way to the ground. Loss
No bulldung, Sherlock! The One also appears to be unaccustomed to honesty too.
We all know there is no way he was ever familiar with or liked guns. He did what any snake-belly politician would do - fake it. It works about as well as kissing babies.
He probably did shoot that shotgun. The Secret Service probably loaded it up with poppers (dog training primer-only hulls, big bang, smoke, no recoil) so he wouldn’t blow his fool head off. He wouldn’t have even known the difference.
At least he followed the safety rules:
1. Hearing Protection
2. Eye Protection
3. Adult supervision
There is a great tradition of hunting in Hawaii. There are numerous bison jumps located throughout the islands where the natives killed many of what they called “Tatonka”. I know this because I saw that Kevin Costner film DANCES WITH PALM TREES.
Hey Carney, the 2nd amendment ain’t about skeet shooting. Period.
Spare us all the bullsh** coming from you and your boss.
And yet, there was Piers Morgan (is that his name?) talking on his show with Tom Arnold (ex Mr Rosanne Barr) about the need for AR-15s for hunting. Tom hunted with his dad. He hunts now but he would never use a semi auto for hunting.
Why Tom Arnold? He is the executive producer of "My Redneck Vacation"
That makes him an expert for Low Information Voters, doncha know.
I was flipping channels and caught that and my shoe just missed the TV.
That’s the first time I have ever seen that picture un-cropped.
I take back all the jokes I said about that bike because a transformable bicycle built for 2 (or one and a half) is a great idea!