Bob Cesca Show

The Bob Cesca Show Presented By BubbleGenius.com 11/7/17

Bob Cesca
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RELM_buttonDon And Mike: Not Safe For Work; Buzz Burbank from Buzz Burbank News and Comment is here today; Stubbville; Rand Paul's Harrowing Lawn Fracas; Republicans might not have the votes to pass tax cuts; Another gun massacre in Texas; The AR15 and Mass Shootings; Mental health and background checks; Trump embarrasses America while visiting Japan and South Korea; Trump on Chicago gun violence; Mike Flynn and Son Next on the Indictment List; Carter Page is a glitchy mess; Don Junior and the Russian lawyer; Wilbur Ross under scrutiny for business ties; and much more. Brought to you by Bubble Genius, Harry's Razors, Blue Apron and The Bowen Law Group. Go shopping until you're dropping using our TARGET LINK and our eBAY LINK.

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  • You’ve made me think the AR15 is the exciting new thing for all those semi nerdy kids who just couldn’t get enough Star Wars merchandise.

    It’s like they’ve grown up seeing themselves as their favorite Action Figure, and the gun lets ’em play out their fantasies (including the revenge fantasy for being laughed at and bullied because they were, in fact, those semi nerdy kids, and they still feel a bit small because of it) – but holy crap, look at all the really cool add-ons and accessories you can get – a gadget freak’s wet-dream-paradise. It makes them feel so big and powerful now.

    This didn’t get all fucked yesterday, and we won’t have it un-fucked by tomorrow.
    Muddle thru – stumble forward.

  • The AR-15 IS easily modifiable, accuracy is not necessary, and IIRC, it has less recoil. Take for example an Uzi–you start firing a bunch of rounds, it’s going to rise up on you and you will have to use quite a lot of strength to bring it back down on target. That is not a problem with the AR-15. And the more it’s used in these shootings, the more 2nd Amendment nuts and would-be mass killers will want it.

    Also, in re: the Mental Illness excuse–that’s horseshit because there are literally tens of millions of people who are mentally ill and they would never, EVER hurt another person. The MAIN predictor are gender (as in male) and a history of domestic violence and/or association with extreme political views and/or orgs. Just addressing those alone would address the majority of the problems. Sometimes mental illness goes along with domestic violence but it often doesn’t. So this guy could have been legit ill but he could also have been just an a-hole.

    I don’t think we’re seeing a traditional “bubble”. I think we’re seeing the positive effects of what Pres. Obama did and the overconfidence of businessmen who believe in Trump’s prowess. Now, will we take a hit, like Buzz says, if Trump is impeached? Yes, but I don’t think we’ll have a recession UNLESS both Trump AND Pence get indicted and/or impeached. That might trigger some pretty bad reactions.

  • katanahamon

    After the last shootout (Las Vegas, not this one) I went to Barnes and Noble and bought three gun magazines just to see, one was a general mag, one a handgun buyer’s guide, and one an AR15 guide, because those were the primary ones available. This is a gun that has many publications dedicated to it. It’s…..unreal. All I can say…unreal. We are numb to it. Partly for how media sanitizes it..more blood gets shown on any tv show..I don’t believe in a bloodless coverage, it depersonalizes these episodes, just “makes it go away.” Maybe if we were subjected to the bloody images every day, every day, something would change.
    As to the elections, saw Ben’s jubilant article at Banter and while I’m glad, I hardly think it’s time to celebrate. Will Rump ever be held accountable? While I hope so, I can’t help being pessimistic.

  • Zero Dark Thirsty ✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ

    Luv Buzz and Bob together… love’em separately .. love that Dems had a clean sweep tonight.. love that i now have 280 characters on twitter.. what a night! https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d566ebd22ba4119c3c2364bbd6777ac6d9e40ead8870347f4035cedc2a095a5e.gif

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  • Badgerite

    The AR-15 is a relatively new weapon on the market. It wasn’t prevalent 20 or 30 years ago. Keeping in mind that our republic has been in existence for over 200 years, how is that kind of weaponry the “price we pay for our freedom”?
    Did we not have freedom before? In the 1950s or 60s or 70s. Did we not have “freedom”?
    When I was growing up, there were murders, certainly and wars. But we never had these kinds of massacres. It was not a common occurrence, hardly remarked on, when a violent person mowed down 20, 30, or 50 people at a clip. Let alone sent over 500 to the hospital in a matter of minutes. These are the kinds of massacres you see on a battlefield. In a war zone.
    Now in our “free” society, it is an unremarkable event. Please don’t tell me this kind of weaponry is necessary to our “freedom”. It is not. It is something a small minority of people want to own and use. They do not need to own this kind of weaponry to be “free”.
    And their “freedom” does not depend on their owning of such weaponry. That is a terrible damaging lie and a complete perversion of the Second Amendment. There is absolutely no way the founders of our republic envisioned a weapon that could spray over four hundred bullets into a small church in a matter of minutes as necessary to our freedom. No way in hell. The Heller decision does not say that Congress cannot regulate the purchase and sale of firearms or ban those outright that are a threat to public safety. Congress could do that tomorrow if it wanted to and our “freedoms” would be fine. Our freedom is not dependent in any way, shape or form on the AR-15 or accessories like the bump stock that turn the AR-15 into a fully automatic weapon ( see Las Vegas casualty figures).

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