posted on Jan, 13 2013 @ 10:44 PM
Alrighty, I'm gonna add my 2 cents to the pot.
I don't understand the push to deport Piers personally. I don't agree with him he's an effimate, obnoxious, arrogant SOB, and that is being as
polite and politically correct as I can. Personally, he is the best thing for the people who believe in the 2nd amendment because when he debates
anyone who can hold thier calm and rationally debate him who is a defender of the Constitution, he comes off as a moronic ignorant jackass.
Were the panels comments regarding AJ justified? Not in the slightest, people do have a point when they say that if it was John J. Random who said
such things they'd most likely be given a one way ticket to that tropical paradise known as Guantanimo Bay. So, in my opinion there should be
negative consequences for all 3 of the people that were "joking". If the shoe was on the other foot and someone said that regarding you on national
TV, any person I know would not likely brush it off as just a joke.
That being said, I don't like Alex Jones either. He seems to me to do more harm to people on the side of the pro 2nd amendment than he does good. I
will give him credit for trying, if that is his true motive, but his explosive short temper, and the way he talks like a religious preacher to his
flock rub me the wrong way. He is a smart man, has many points that he is dead on about and can agree with fully, and if he was calmer and more
rational and less preachy I would probably really get behind him and like him alot more. Alas, he isn't though. If he truly wanted to wake up the
masses as he claims, he would have toned it down. Getting all riled like that is generally only approved by the audience he already has. He had an
opportunity to wake more people up to what is going on, but only made all CT's look like people who's sanity rests on that of a razor's edge. Him
being on Piers Morgan was not an accident, CNN wanted someone they could easily upset. They pushed his buttons knowing he would become irrationally
angry and he didn't disappoint. Trying to ride the wave they had Larry Pratt, and Shapiro on the show and tried to discredit them and failed
miserably, as was to be expected because they held thier cool and argued rationally. The one all very important lesson AJ should learn in my opinion
is that one can attract more bees with honey than with viniger.