Alex Jones Interviewed By Piers Morgan, Rages

Submitted by: nettech98 4 years ago in


Guy throws away his opportunity to have a civil debate. Make sure to watch Part 2 embedded underneath.
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Male 285
Alex Jones makes a lot of sense. All of us here on the psychiatric wing are behind him 1000%.
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Male 505
We have the Royals but the right to request they are removed (never gained enough support), meanwhile the US voted for the Kennedies. Ok
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Male 14,331
Nah I know the royals hold no real power which makes it seem somehow even more foolish to me. As for the Kennedies if you look into the family history you`ll see why they don`t deserve anything they have.
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Male 505
@McGovern1981, when do you get to vote for any members of rich families with empires that make their money from everyday people? Oh ya...

Not sure why you have a problem with the Royal Family, you seem to think they are a bigger deal than we do and confuse them with the actual elected leaders of our country. Interesting that you despise the products of your own democratic system though.
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Male 427
@skullgrin
so you think people should have the right to own an atomic bomb as well?
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Male 5,872
PLease don`t deport Piers Morgan; we thought he`d disappeared and we don`t want him back here, he`s a twat.
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Male 1,016
better to have people think you are stupid than to open your mouth and prove it .....way to go alex Jones ....first and last time I have ever seen/listened to this guy !
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Male 14,331
One thing that can be agreed upon is no one likes Piers. So we need to reinstate the space program to make a shuttle to shoot him into the sun.
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Male 14,331
@Finker

When do you get to vote for the next king now? Oh ya......

As for political families I despise the Kennedies that probably the most known one.
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Male 505
I`m not sure our system of government is that different either - we vote for people, they make decisions and laws. In America you often seem to keep voting for people in the same family, not something we do these days.
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Male 505
@McGovern, they are not really as big here as you seem to think - you probably get as much press coverage as we do, we certainly get loads of Americans over here to look at anything connected to them.
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Male 14,331
As for the "Kingdom" part you should probably drop that from the name cause no one wants to be a part of it. It also come off like you support a system of government from the 12th century.
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Male 14,331
[quote]@McGovern, I hate to break it to you but the royals over here don`t actually rule a kingdom - Robin Hood was not a recent documentary.[/quote]


Of course I know that but you still give them money and put them up on a pedestal. Then proceed to call people from the US stupid that`s pretty funny. Even the French had enough sense to get rid of such a joke of a syatem over two centuries ago says alot about where your heads are.
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Female 4,403
You think was a rant? you need to listen to more alex jones. That was not a rant, that was him trying to get out as much information out on public tv in a short span of time to make at least a few sheeple do a little thinking. arguing with peirs morgan is like trying to get sense out of a potato. Morgan has since basicall threatened to kill alex, obviouslu logical rational behavior on peirs part. you guys know peirs morgan is involved in making up false new stories in england right? and the phone hacking scandel? do yourselves a favour and do a bit of research, alex said nothing that wasn`t true. This is your country being very quickly turned into a facist dictatorship, not mine (globalists just want to move to mine, cause it`s still pristine and not that f ucked up) Alex jones is not crazy, he`s just frustrated and tired of trying to get his pointy acros to morons that refuse to listen, or even give a f uck.
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Male 646
"Well there are still some Americans who remember history."

- lol. If the state of our failing education system is any indicator of what Americans care about, it`s def not their true history. And I doubt that it plays any role other than a smokescreen.

When piers asked jones how many guns he had, jones` was quick to note that his guns had "gone up in value". That`s what guns are to him, and many other loud mouthed gun "activists"..... collectibles.
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Male 3,412
Guns will not protect you from the government. They will come for you, in the dark of night, and take your guns.. and your neighbors will do nothing.. hell they are prolly the ones that called the feds in the first place.
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Male 143
@Bremir

The September 6, 1789 letter you refer to is nothing more than that.....a letter from one man to another, expressing the writer`s opinion as to what should take place....it was never made a part of the constitution, or voted on by representatives.....The constitution at the time was just that...the basis for how the federal government will operate......the bill of rights were not enacted until 1791, after Jefferson`s letter. We Americans aren`t hiding behind OUR constitution, or anything else for that matter...You worry about you over there, and we`ll worry about us over here, k ?
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Male 1,569
I rather see (and hear) this Alex Jones:


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Male 1,920
Would the liberals in the audience be comfortable with Bush (or someone just like him)being in charge after this administration is done tearing holes in the Constitution?
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Male 1,920
@MacGuffin
[quote]Then they`ll tell you that the reason they want to keep their guns is to protect themselves from tyranny by that same government.[/quote]

Well there are still some Americans who remember history. A history in which their government, a tyrannical British empire, oppressed them. Because of this history an amendment was added to their new Constitution:

[quote]A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.[/quote]

It doesn`t say a Militia, it says a well regulated Militia is necessary to have a free state. In order for a people to be free from their own government, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

You see it may not be the current administration that Americans are concerned about, but after this administration is done damaging the Constitution, what about the next administration and the one after i
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Male 15,257
I wouldn`t trust that man with metal cutlery, let alone an AR-15.
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Male 15,257
Cocaine is a helluva thing.

What a complete nutball.
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Female 2,602

[quote]@McGovern, I hate to break it to you but the royals over here don`t actually rule a kingdom - Robin Hood was not a recent documentary.[/quote]

LOL! Geography and politics are not McGovern`s strong points. Even by American standards he`s pretty uninformed.
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Female 2,602
What amazes me is that people like Alex Jones are the very type of people that blindly wave American flags as if everything America has done in its foreign policies for the past fifty years has been sane, legal and ethical. They will staunchly defend all manner of wars conducted against weak nations, and even support torture committed by their government. Then they`ll tell you that the reason they want to keep their guns is to protect themselves from tyranny by that same government. Unbelievable.
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Male 505
@McGovern, I hate to break it to you but the royals over here don`t actually rule a kingdom - Robin Hood was not a recent documentary.
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Male 5,163
Alex Jones...the first man in history that have menopause issues.
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Male 2,694
Ha ha...Canoas iz two stoopid.
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Male 936
[quote]
so by that logic people should be able to own full automatics as well as any other gun in existence?[/quote]

Yes.

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a line has to be drawn.
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Why?

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the second amendment does not say you have the right to own everything, it says you have the right to own guns, which guns you can own is decided by the government.
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No. It says we have the right to bear arms. Arms as in weapons. All sorts of weapons. Most definitions specifically state military type weapons when looking up the word "arms."

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Right now you can own semi-automatics, but that`s not the second amendment that stated you have the right to own semi automatics, it was your government that made that choice.
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Which is wrong and unconstitutional. If you owned a rocket launcher would that pose a threat to anyone? Are you planning on using it to blow up an airplane? Would you ev
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Male 1,803
Superstorm Sandy was steered into New Jersey by HAARP so the Feds could swoop in, save everyone and everything and make the locals that grateful they`d be long term even more pliant to governmental rule.

Sounds bs of course, but that`s what Alex Jones reckoned. Google it.
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Male 4,891

This was HILARIOUS!
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Male 427
@McGovern1981
"If you think the 2nd amendment applies only to what was around when it was written that would the apply to all other amendments. Is it clear enough now dick cheese??"

so by that logic people should be able to own full automatics as well as any other gun in existence?
No. a line has to be drawn. the second amendment does not say you have the right to own everything, it says you have the right to own guns, which guns you can own is decided by the government. Right now you can own semi-automatics, but that`s not the second amendment that stated you have the right to own semi automatics, it was your government that made that choice.
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Male 21
I have never agreed with Alex Jones until now, Way to not let Peirce ask loaded stupid questions and try to get as much truth as possible out there!
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Male 3,445
Alex Jones responds after the interview, makes himself sound even more crazy.
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Male 7,774
F**k Off! We don`t want him back!
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Female 67
alex jones is drating right though... You know he is. Crazy? Yup Right? yup
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Male 2,357
@Bremir

Kind of, but not really - his letter was a philosophical discussion regarding political generations. Within his letter, he suggested that no political generation had the right to create debts or laws that govern the following generations. Additionally, he calculated the political lifespan of a generation to be 19 years.

As such, his conclusion was that the Constitution SHOULD BE rewritten every 19 years. Otherwise, it is the forcing of ones beliefs and debts on another. However, he does not claim that the Constitution expires after 19 years.

An additional rebuttal to your claims and inferences is that we currently inherit our fathers political debts. Therefore, Jefferson`s interpretation is not currently in effect.

Here is the letter
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Male 14,331
@Bremir

Said the pleb that still supports royalty living in a "kingdom" ROFL!! What is said by one person but not written into law dosen`t make it applicable to law. You should pay more attention to N. Ireland then whats happening here it not looking too good for you snaggle toothed pompus asses.
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Male 392
McGovern1981 - It`s funny that you talk about the constitution, and your so called "rights", and that if the second amendment does apply to the weapons of the time, it should apply to all of them.

In fact, it does. Thomas Jefferson, in a letter to James Madison in 1789, your own third President, said that the constitution expired after 19 years and if it continued on after those 19 years it is an act of force.

As far as I know, the constitution did not expire after those 19 years, therefore it is an act of force and did apply to the time it was written and does not apply now.

I`m sure you, in your ignorance, will try and refute this, but you`ll be wrong regardless of what you attempt to come back with. You`re just an arrogant, ignorant person who hides behind an outdated constitution that should have expired a long time ago.
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Male 5,163
Woah! I did`nt immagine that McGovern1981 were so fat.
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Male 573
Jones is the literal definition of the lunatic fringe.
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Male 10,338
Double dippoo?

Slinging middle school insults now are we?
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Male 2,105
I love it when double dips*ts conflate amendments. auburnjunky
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Male 505
He wants people to have guns because sections of the US government was behind 9/11. Ok, seen enough.
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Male 14,331
Also if you`re going to be insulting try to show some creativity and not be a window licker.
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Male 14,331
@pirhomaniak

If you think the 2nd amendment applies only to what was around when it was written that would the apply to all other amendments. Is it clear enough now dick cheese??
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Male 174
Although I support the right to bear arms, I do not want someone like Alex Jones speaking for me, as he makes us all look like loonies.
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Male 1,949
This guy`s voice sounds like he`s about to burp up a fart. Yikes.
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Male 10,338
"I love it when you dipsh*ts try and defend the first amendment for assault rifles. The constitution was written during the days of muzzleloaders. "
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Male 5,811
Jones has been a whacko ever since he dropped out of community college.
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Male 296
I love it when you dipsh*ts try and defend the first amendment for assault rifles. The constitution was written during the days of muzzleloaders.


ROFL!!! well it`s the second amendment first off. Now following your logic would that mean freedom of the press only applies to quill pens and parchment??


If you could kill a theater full of people with them I`m sure you`d defend them as well. Aside from highlighting my obvious error, would you like to enlighten me regarding my point, f*ckface?
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Male 14,331
[quote]I love it when you dipsh*ts try and defend the first amendment for assault rifles. The constitution was written during the days of muzzleloaders. [/quote]

ROFL!!! well it`s the second amendment first off. Now following your logic would that mean freedom of the press only applies to quill pens and parchment??
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Male 10,338
Please take Piers Morgan back England. Please?
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Male 2,357
[quote">I love it when you dipsh*ts try and defend the first amendment for assault rifles.[/quote">
*facepalm*

[quote">Cutting someone off mid-sentence every time in a debate doesn`t mean you`re passionate, it means you`re just an a**hole. And if you willingly won`t listen to what they have to say, you`re also an idiot.[/quote">
You mean like Piers Morgan...
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Male 315
The funniest bit was definitely when he released that the British flag is also red, white and blue.
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Male 296
@antagonizer

Morgan was stating facts to make his point. This is kind of essential in a debate. Cutting someone off mid-sentence every time in a debate doesn`t mean you`re passionate, it means you`re just an a**hole. And if you willingly won`t listen to what they have to say, you`re also an idiot.


"Being passionate often gets confused with being crazy while being calm(and/or British) often gets confused with being intelligent.

Morgan was picking at minutia and it was evident it was ticking Jones off. I get it, guns are only ONE way to kill people, and if you add them together the UK is a pretty dangerous place compared to the states. More gun crime in US, but more everything else a few thousand miles east where there are no guns."
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Male 296
I love it when you dipsh*ts try and defend the first amendment for assault rifles. The constitution was written during the days of muzzleloaders.

The main question here should be, "how much firepower are we willing to let one crazy person get his hands on and carry around with them," and whittle it down from there. As proven recently, assault rifles tend to cross that line. If grenades and RPGs were legal, crazies would find a way to get their hands on those too. But they`re not, so they don`t.
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Male 535
If Anything, Alex should be the poster child for "Controlled Contraception". This guy is a boatload of crazy...
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Female 6,381
This guy is a psycho. He`s the gun owner that scares the rest of the world.
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Male 439
There are alot of people who are saying that Alex Jones is what is called "controlled competition". In other words, he is actually being run by the gun control lobby and purposely trying to discredit pro-gun advocates by going completely over the top. Not saying it`s true, but it certainly would make more sense than believing he actually thinks he is scoring any points acting like this.
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Male 296
@antagonizer

Morgan was stating facts to make his point. This is kind of essential in a debate. Cutting someone off mid-sentence every time in a debate doesn`t mean you`re passionate, it means you`re just an non-nice individual. And if you willingly won`t listen to what they have to say, you`re also an idiot.


"Being passionate often gets confused with being crazy while being calm(and/or British) often gets confused with being intelligent.

Morgan was picking at minutia and it was evident it was ticking Jones off. I get it, guns are only ONE way to kill people, and if you add them together the UK is a pretty dangerous place compared to the states. More gun crime in US, but more everything else a few thousand miles east where there are no guns."
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Male 5,811
@Gerry: @Klaxor made a good point, but if everyone in the US required military service to own a gun, I`d feel much safer going there.

@HA: You are most correct sir. Piers is a pretty big douche a lot of the time, like O-Reilly and the others that cut mics and talk over their guests when they don`t like the way it`s going. This was exactly what you said, a "see how crazy they are?" moment, but Alex Jones does happen to be crazy. Then they just imply that all pro-gun people are that way and all he has to do is play the calm, respectful host while Jones goes full retard.
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Male 14,331
[quote]I`m not sure what people need automatic assault rifles for anyway.[/quote]

Someone that dosen`t know the laws shouldn`t be trying to make new ones. You`ve shown you don`t know them right there.
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Female 1,539
I don`t care what side you are on or what you stand for...when you act like that you loose all credibility.

That was so frustrating to get through...guns are not going anywhere any time soon. Such a large portion of the American people are crazy and, sadly, would start a civil war over any form of gun ban at this point. Which makes it incredibly unlikely that a gun ban will occur. Get over it...move on.
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Male 1,313
This is an stupid debate all around. It was clear the guy was mental before any questions were even asked. And yes, mental, not just passionate. You`d know the difference by actually listening to the crazy sh*t he was saying. I`m not sure what people need automatic assault rifles for anyway. If you`re actually hunting with them, it does just how much of a sh*tty hunter you are though. If you`re hoarding them for the great government war... You might want to start getting you`re tinfoil hat ready as well.
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Female 2,549
It`s like talking to a monkey who is flinging feces :-)
When he started the `accent` I laughed so hard, coun`t breath

Best post of the week.
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Male 4,999
When I realized this wasn`t an Onion parody it got even funnier. I couldn`t make it through but what I saw was hilarious. It was like an angry talking points rap. Someone needs to put that to music.
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Male 14,331
Don`t listen to a pompus ass brit on gun control it`s part of how they lost the country in the first place.
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Male 2,357
@klaxor

[quote]The problem is that those "Crazy Republicans" were elected officials who were elected by people who are just as crazy as they are.[/quote]
Yet, many of you use this as evidence that all Republicans are just as crazy. For each "crazy" Republican you can show me, I can show you a "crazy" Democrat; Feinstein is a good place to start.

[quote]Also, it wasn`t just the "liberal media" that denied Ron Paul airtime.[/quote]
I never said it was...?

@An-egg

[quote]you say he wouldn`t let Larry Pratt talk, perhaps that is why Mr Jones took the approach that he did.[/quote]
Perhaps; in my opinion though, Piers Morgan can be just as loud and obnoxious as Alex Jones was. With this in mind, I find my reasoning to be more likely.
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Male 3,445
"Switzerland - 45.7 out of 100 own a gun.
Switzerland - one of the safest countries to live in."

The U.S. has more guns (9 guns out of every 10 Americans) and roughly the same percentage of owners (39-50%, depending on the estimate).

Source
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Male 508
Being passionate often gets confused with being crazy while being calm(and/or British) often gets confused with being intelligent.

Morgan was picking at minutia and it was evident it was ticking Jones off. I get it, guns are only ONE way to kill people, and if you add them together the UK is a pretty dangerous place compared to the states. More gun crime in US, but more everything else a few thousand miles east where there are no guns.
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Male 884
HumanAction
you say he wouldn`t let Larry Pratt talk, perhaps that is why Mr Jones took the approach that he did.
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Male 646
HA - The problem is that those "Crazy Republicans" were elected officials who were elected by people who are just as crazy as they are.

Also, it wasn`t just the "liberal media" that denied Ron Paul airtime. Fox news wrote him off from the beginning
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Male 646
"Switzerland - 45.7 out of 100 own a gun.
Switzerland - one of the safest countries to live in.

Coincidence? I think not."

Switzerland - 3.1% Unemployment & 6.9% under the poverty line
Switzerland - one of the safest countries to live in.

Coincidence? I think not.
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Female 1,539
@Gerry1of1 But...you aren`t accounting for intelligence. ;-)
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Male 1,237
Mr batpoo crazy gun enthusiast spends the whole interview shooting himself in the foot
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Male 159
well... as long as your leaving....
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Male 871
what an arse shame its all for show
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Male 411
Came to see the mooks defending this idiot, leaving pleased.

"GUNS GUNS GUNS GUNS LIBERALS COMMIES HITLER GUNS"
Brilliant!
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Male 39,880

Switzerland - 45.7 out of 100 own a gun.
Switzerland - one of the safest countries to live in.

Coincidence? I think not.
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Male 2,357
If there is one thing the liberals understand, it is public opinion. Piers let this moron go on and on with his rant, yet he wouldn`t even let the much more intelligent and polite Larry Pratt talk.

By parading the most exteme and ignorant of the opposing side, they set themselves up for the inevitable "see how crazy they are??" It`s really quite clever actually... Now the airtime difference between Romney, Newt, Cain, Bachman and Ron Paul make so much sense.
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Male 159
piers morgan is a douchbag of the highest order...

please please return him to england....

where he can face the charges against him for being part of hacking peoples voicemail and phone records and general douchery...
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Male 39,880

He`s doing good up to 2:20....and then we go bat poo crazy.
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Female 86
Wow, kudos to Piers for calmly dealing with Alex, who was being a total douche. The guy sacrifices a lot of credibility by being so "expressive."
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Male 226
"Tuesday, January 8, 2013 9:43:40 AM
Alex rightfully ripped Piers a new one."

While I agree with his stance, Alex is a whack job and did nothing but further turn off people from that position. If anything, Piers handed Alex a shovel, and he went to town digging himself into a hole.
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Male 1,268
Where`s Ron Burgandy at? I need him to tell me how quickly that escalated.
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Male 427
"Alex rightfully ripped Piers a new one."
what? piers barely spoke, all alex did was shout. and you could tell he was afraid of letting piers speak
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Male 11,739
Another dumbass, ignorant, redneck Republican. I didn`t have to listen to the whole thing to know what BS would come out of his mouth. If you have something intelligent to say, I will listen. If you keep repeating the same stupid crap, I`m moving on because you`re wasting my time.
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Male 202
Come on. This is Alex Jones. He`s about as accurate a representation of right-wingers as Mao is for left-wingers.
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Male 815
Woahh....
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Male 427
i`m pretty sure alex jones is insane
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Male 1,364
Looks likes a normal Texan to me...
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Male 3,445
"Alex rightfully ripped Piers a new one."

Not so surprising. So do you agree with what he says about 9/11 in the 2nd part?
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Male 2,694
Well Mr. Jones, tell us how you really feel. Don`t hold back.
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Male 321
Wow, the guy is belligerent. You cannot make sense to these people. They close their eyes, and cover their ears, to keep from hearing the truth.
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Male 17,511
Alex rightfully ripped Piers a new one.
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Male 3,445
Speaking of Prozac...this guy needs to take his.
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Male 1,073
Link: Alex Jones Interviewed By Piers Morgan, Rages [Rate Link] - Guy throws away his opportunity to have a civil debate. Make sure to watch Part 2 embedded underneath.
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