VP Biden gives expert advice on guns

by NW Spotlight

A few weeks ago VP Joe Biden told CBS viewer Kate to get a double-barreled shotgun – a 12-guage shotgun. He goes on to explain that he has advised his wife that if there’s trouble, walk out on the balcony and fire two blasts (thus emptying the double-barreled shotgun, leaving his wife defenseless against a threat…)

Additionally, U.S.News & World Report contacted attorneys in Biden’s home state of Delaware and learned that “Shooting a gun in the air could result in felony reckless endangering and aggravated menacing charges, in addition to misdemeanor charges.”

OK, but other than leaving his wife defenseless after having committed a felony, it’s still pretty good advice, isn’t’ it?

Biden continues “You don’t need an AR-15, it’s harder to aim, it’s harder to use, and in fact, you don’t need 30 rounds to protect yourself. Buy a shotgun. Buy a shotgun.”

Now someone has made a video based on the Vice President’s advice. The maker of this video shows that 12-guage shotguns may not be as easy to use as an AR-15.

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  • JacklordGod

    The one good thing about the Obama administration – likely the dullest person on the planet and someone who makes Sarah Palin look like head of the Mensa society – ladies and gentlemen Joe Biden!

    What is particularly hilarious here is Biden is urging an action that will very likely land you in jail in most areas, and with good reason. Blindly blasting away into the night with a shotgun is so irresponsible most children would know not to do so. Sadly, Biden does not have the wisdom of even one of the slower kids on the short bus.

    He is, however, endlessly hilarious in his absolute inanity.

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