This Actor’s Liberal Bosses are Going to Freak When They See What He Said about Guns

February 18th, 2015 | by Guest
This Actor’s Liberal Bosses are Going to Freak When They See What He Said about Guns
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Screen Shot 2015-02-18 at 2.18.17 PMQuestion: What do you call a Hollywood producer who makes action movies and hates guns?

Answer: A hypocrite.

Fortunately not everyone in Hollywood is a hypocrite.

One of them is funny-man Vince Vaughn. Though he’s not known for his prolific use of guns in his movies, at least he doesn’t condemn them.

Actually, unlike his many co-stars, Vince Vaughn definitely believes Americans should be able to own guns.

In fact, Vaughn’s all about liberty and even dislikes Obama.

Not bad for a member of the Hollywood elite.

Take a look at what he said in an interview with Playboy magazine as detailed by TPNN.com:

Firstly, Vaughn admitted to being a fan of pro-liberty former Congressman Ron Paul and described his political views as Libertarian. Secondly, he came out as pro-Second Amendment. Thirdly, he committed what his commie Hollywood colleagues may believe is the unpardonable sin, he basically called affirmative action a form of racism.

“I’m a very big fan, yes,” Vaughn said about Ron Paul. “Ron Paul woke a lot of people up to the fact that government can’t handle everything for you,” he said when asked if he would support a Ron Paul presidential candidacy in 2016.

“Once you start playing that game, where does it stop?” Vaughn asked. “I like the way it was until 1913 [pre-Federal Reserve and federal income tax via the 16th Amendment], when locally you had sales taxes and property taxes. That seems ethical to me, because I can move to a different neighborhood or area if I like the services they provide. To this day, your police department and your fire department are paid for with local taxes, and that makes sense, because you might use those. But the federal government looking into your books to decide what to take from you, that feels wrong,” he asserted.

Vaughn told Playboy’s contributing editor David Hochman that, “Trusting the federal government to know what we need and to run things well feels like a bad idea,” before going on to say that he’s against undeclared wars and the “foreign policy of force,” where the U.S. “decides to go into another country to make things turn out a certain way,” seemingly a shot at nation building.

“But I don’t agree with a foreign policy that says you can send troops places without declaring a war and without having a plan to win the war,” he told Hochman, giving Vietnam as an example.

Hochman then asked the popular actor whether he owned a gun, to which Vaughn replied, “I believe in the right to defend yourself if need be. Hopefully, you’re never in that situation, but I think you’re fairly naive to believe there will never be a cause for self-defense. But again, I believe it’s up to the individual,” he contended.

When asked if he was a fan of affirmative action and racial quotas, Vaughn replied with a question. “Do you believe that using race as a factor in evaluating a person is a good way to operate?”

Perhaps the funniest question of the interview is when Hochman asked Vaughn, “What happens when you start talking like this among the Obama-loving, Tesla-driving liberals of Hollywood?”

Vaughn said that he has no problem with Obama “personally” or as a “cool guy,” but that he doesn’t “agree with his ideals or philosophies.”

“I’m not a fan of central power,” he concluded.

Any time a Hollywood star gives the second amendment a thumbs up, it’s a reason to celebrate.

With liberals in Hollywood dictating popular opinion on a wide range of subjects, it’s good to see some are willing to stand up for the constitution.

While Vaughn neither confirmed or denied whether or not he owns a gun, at least he’s not like Will Ferrell (one of his co-stars) who expresses nothing but contempt for weapons.

Does this make you like Vaughn a bit more? Tell us what you think in the comments below.

  • JeromeMac

    I like libertarian ideas. Be it legalizing or regulating drugs, sex work etc. The government must and should show a harm to prohibit any act. If prohibiting something creates greater harm to society than if it legal, such as with marijuana, than it shouldn’t be illegal.

    • used_to_be_a_liberal

      sure J M, but then how will they fill all those prisons, especially the private ones, that need bodies to keep that money flowing in. what will they do with the huge bureaucracy that they created. How many more will be unemployed. Nope, it is not about fairness, or justice, or even what is right or wrong. It is about economics, and tax dollars

      • maxparrish

        Not to mention the ATF, Border control and Coast Guard who’s personnel would be reduced by legal drugs.
        As in the prohibition, the criminal element would have to find another source of revenue and the public would be safer from cartels.

        • used_to_be_a_liberal

          Agreed MaxP, Actually when you stop to think about it, the number of people that are involved in, and earning a living either directly or indirectly from the legal/justice system, the number is staggering, as well as the dollars involved. The list would be almost endless.

          • Michael Bristol

            have you considered the economic factor being taken one step further? wealth redistribution, is what is really going on here. always follow the money. for instance, mrs. bush, the former presidents wife, is a major shareholder in a corporation which is contract supplier to prisons nationwide.

          • b4k9zp

            posted under wrong comment. deleted by author.

      • Michael Bristol

        and don’t forget the promotion of zionism

        • b4k9zp

          Really? ROFLMAO! What nonsense!

          • Michael Bristol

            “I’m sorry gentlemen, but i have to answer to hundreds of thousands who are anxious for the success of zionism” — president harry truman november 10, 1945, in response to americans who were pressuring him to focus on the interests of the american nation and people over foreign interests. paul warburg was instrumental in creation of the federal reserve on jekyl island in 1905. research him. our current federal reserve chairperson is an israeli citizen as were those before her. the israeli prime minister is now about to give an address in american legistalive chambers. maybe you should get up off the floor and focus on the reality all around you before it’s too late.

          • b4k9zp

            Typical hate speech against Jews. Nothing you state has any validity because of such anti-semitism.

      • holyblood1

        Amen.

    • scott

      your a total f-king idiot.proof why marijuana is illegal,creates brain dead idiots like you

      • Ddenney1

        You need to read about prohibition and all the crime that caused!! Pot is nowhere near as bad as having drunks on the road and kills more brain cells than pot!! I guess you are a drinker and think your vice is acceptable!!!

        • maxparrish

          Same foolish argument I have been hearing for years.

          I live in Colorado. I voted it in. Any time those like you get defensive the first thing you do is call someone drunks and that they drive. Get another argument. I guess you are a tooker and think it’s acceptable for your doctor, banker or daycare provider to operate an altered mental state.

          Guess what. Here, DUI’s are given whether it’s alcohol or marijuana.

          • Peter Osborne

            And marijuana effects last for up to THREE DAYS!

          • holyblood1

            Who are you trying to kid.

          • b4k9zp

            It is medical fact that osborne’s statement is true.

          • b4k9zp

            at least the active ingredient in pot can be detected in the human body up to three days after ingestion.

          • Peter Osborne

            No question the effect fades with time, but as long as un-metabolized THC-3
            quantity is in the body, it is having an effect..

        • b4k9zp

          Pot and alcohol together kill about a third of the total number of accident victims attributed to alcohol alone, according to NORML.

      • Michael Bristol

        and speaking of “brain dead”, the proper contraction for ‘you are’ ,as used by those with a brain, is : YOU’RE. lmao

        • Mark Owen

          We don’t need an english lesson asshole, how’s that!

          • Michael Bristol

            quite clearly you are one of those who chants ‘we ain’t need no ejukashun’. lmao

      • J. Bailey

        So …not YOUR brain … Now you promote a Nanny government to “Protect US from ourselves” … You know there is a place that has TOTAL ‘protection’ – but you have to relinquish your Freedoms … it’s called PRISON or for the ‘free-range’ FASCISM …

    • Twisted Psyche

      I have always considered myself to be a Conservative. But you have allowed me to consider the possibility of becoming a Libertarian. My reasoning comes from an extreme lack of understanding as to why no-harm crimes are considered crimes.What a person chooses to self-administer, no matter how offensive, as long as no harm comes to another as a result, should NOT be considered a crime.

      Self-damaging crimes should NOT be crimes other than what may be considered betwixt the offender and Lord God Himself. If an offense imposes an imposition on another person, then it may be considered a crime. But if the offense affects ONLY the offender, then the offense should NOT be prosecuted by any other than Our Almighty God.

      • Wil Morin

        Think about it this way — who commits violent crimes-druggies and drunks,not pot heads. Potheads are sitting home watching TV and eating ice cream. Just saying

        • Jarhead

          POT is proven to be the Gateway Drug to the harder stuff.

          • Wil Morin

            That is so NOT TRUE. I know many people that have smoked weed for years and have never touched hard drugs.

          • Jarhead

            Our Polygraph Testing proved that those we tested started on POT….in fact 100% of those on hard drugs started on POT of those we tested (Job Applicants back in the 1970’s) ….your friends are the lucky few I suppose?

          • Michael Bristol

            and back in the 60’s and 70’s cigarettes and alcohol were socially accepted and NOT classified as a ‘drug’ and therefor not provided as an option to be chosen as a drug of first use.

          • Jarhead

            Mikey I have no idea why you would post this unless your were drug addled….
            We did NOT test for cigarette smoking……only hard drug use & what they started using……the result were 100%…..I too was a disbeliever until the testing proved 100% — for those we tested…not everyone in the state of Texas. DUH !

          • Michael Bristol

            really dude? are you listening to yourself? my point is exactly that cigarettes were NOT included in the testing, as you clearly state, while it is clear to all but the drug addled themselves that both cigarettes and alcohol are ADDICTIVE DRUGS! name just one case of marijuana overdose death, please? medical science knows well that if a hardcore alcoholic abruptly ceases alcohol consumption they will die. your results can only be correct if alcohol and cigarettes are ignored as the highly addictive drugs that they are.

          • Jarhead

            Cut back on the POT Mikey…..your talking C R A Z Y……

          • b4k9zp

            The marijuana-related case of the AMTRAK/CONRAIL crash in maryland was a case of marijuana overdose. Even NORML (The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) admits that up to a third of all “alcohol-related” traffic fatalities also involve the use of marijuana. Marijuana is as addictive, psychologically as cigarettes and alcohol are physiologically.

          • Michael Bristol

            science has proven that in order to overdose on thc one would need to ingest 1500 pounds of pot within one hour.

          • b4k9zp

            really? Source for that illogical statement?

          • gets2say

            The problem with those tests is right in your first sentence… “those
            we tested started on POT” I can’t believe you tested everyone who
            smoked pot (No, I never have – allergic to smoke!)… So were the ones
            you tested all users of hard drugs? If so, your test only proves that
            that portion of the whole went on to hard drugs, not that every pot
            smoker will smoke hard drugs..

          • Jarhead

            Good Lord is Reading restricted in Public Schools? 100% of those who were on hard drugs taking our test started on POT….can’t make it any easier for you.
            Never said a POT users A L W A Y S went to into hard drugs. DUH ! Take a Reading Comprehension class for gosh sakes so you can stop these crazy or drug addled response(s). DUH !

          • Michael Bristol

            take a reading comprehension test yourself. you are ignoring cigarettes and alcohol as the highly addictive drugs that they are just as did your flawed testing.

          • gets2say

            Be nice! I’m married to one of you jarheads and I know it’s possible! I apologize for not having read all of your comments before responding to the one. I see that you were referring back to an earlier comment regarding 100% of those on hard drugs.

            That earlier statement confirms my position that your tests only proved that the portion you had tested went on to hard drugs, not that 100% of the pot smokers during those years all progressed to hard drugs…

            I used to believe that was the case, but in the last thirty years or so, I’ve learned that some highly successful people I’ve known for years often smoked pot in the evening, just as others had a beer, a glass of wine, or a cocktail. It was a shock to me!! When a super-efficient private secretary in our corporate office invited me in to join her and her husband in an evening smoke, I was in shock for a week!!… which has little to do with actors and their own little world! It is a refreshing change to hear one speak out who has retained his hold on reality!!

          • Jarhead

            Thanks for understand and your comments……several Dudes have not picked up on the true message our testing gave us and that I reported..
            That beer, wine, cocktail is a standard classic answer at any job interview when you ask the applicant “do you smoke weed?” “Don’t you drink beer, etc.”
            Frankly I have never understood folks who need a beer or what ever to unwind after a hard day at the office….I would be spending the time figuring out how to make it less hard?, asking myself if I handled a situation the best way?, what will I do different the next time ?……again 10-Q Semper Fi

          • gets2say

            You and me both! I enjoy the wine, or the beer, with the right meal… But as a pill to make the job palatable, I’d say it’s time to fix or replace the job! God bless and thank you for serving your country/us!

          • J. Bailey

            Actually, according to the DEA’s own reports, the Gateway drug is ALCOHOL …

          • Jarhead

            Well they are WRONG…..so did I until I saw the Testing Results ….100%, not 98.9, One Hundred percent. DEA isn’t that the FED/GOV Agency that is partial responsible for $150 Billion a year illegal drugs coming into the US? So apparently they do make mistakes?

          • J. Bailey

            You actually BELIEVE that it is a ‘mistake’ to keep such a lucrative income illegal …?

          • Michael Bristol

            umm… i have a good friend who served as a green beret in central and south america, during which time his duties included protecting the cia’s cocaine running hedgemony, and assasinations of those who attempted to run their own operations outside of cia oversight. just sayin.

          • J. Bailey

            So you have the inside skinny…? Karma’s a real Bitch … sadly — She may be just around the corner … We will reap what we sow … just the way the world works …

          • Michael Bristol

            “indeed i tremble for my country when i reflect that God is just” –Thomas Jefferson
            i guess that those who have murdered on behalf of our corrupt government believe they are immune.

          • J. Bailey

            My BOTTOMLINE is that a government – as INEPT as this one – has NO RIGHT to restrict what a ‘Free’ people ingest … PERIOD …

          • Jarhead

            FINE…write your Congressman….

          • J. Bailey

            Used to Believe in the ‘system’ … no longer … Instead of wasting my time getting lost in the minutia (of weed smoking, etc…) I’m opting for Reps that Uphold their OATH which allow FREEDOM of personal Choice …

            Greater concern: DHS – Building of an internal private military force while Destroying Our Military, TSA, NDAA, Secret courts, open borders, loss of Our Sovereignty to the UN, run-away DEBT, BIG government aka Big Brother, etc … the government’s UNconstitutional incarceration of INNOCENT citizens for smoking a weed is just a SYMPTOM of the larger problem of the loss of Our Rights/Our Constitution …

          • Wil Morin

            There are thousands of pot smokers in the world that have been toking for years and have never used hard drugs or even had any desire to.

          • Jarhead

            You might want to cut back on the POT also Willie……..your talking crazy/////

          • Wil Morin

            Just stating the FACTS.

          • willie Kingfish

            also 100 % of them started drinking milk, before they drank alcohol and coffiee which is also an addictive drug

          • willie Kingfish

            not only that people did not go to harder drugs, but smoking weed weather it is months or years of smokeing, when someone wants to quit smokeing weed it very easy to do so unlike tobacco, and alcohol.

          • Michael Bristol

            well actually, if you wanna talk realistically it would be cigarettes that hold the title as THE gateway drug while prescription drugs from the parents medicine cabinet trail close behind.

          • Jarhead

            Thousands of Polygraph Tests proven way back in late 1960’s & early 1970’s…..I was more surprised than you.

          • Jarhead

            The Testing was REAL…..and applied to ALL that were tested…….am not asking you to believe Polygraph Testing…….you can believe whatever turns you on…its a free country.

          • Michael Bristol

            but you miss the point dude. the “REAL” testing did not present alcohol or cigarettes as a drug nor as a choice to be chosen as first use and “gateway”. therefor the real testing is real misleading and i choose to believe the facts instead. personally, i smoked a cigarette and drank a beer long before i ever knew that pot even existed, and this is a fact among most all with whom i have discussed this issue.

        • Michael Bristol

          ‘druggies’ do not commit crimes and drunkards do not commit crimes. criminals commit crimes. drugs and alcohol fail as an excuse. if one’s actions do not cause harm to person or property of another then there has been no crime committed. and that is CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, aka ‘the law of the land’.

          • Wil Morin

            It’s true that not all drunks or druggies commit crimes.

          • tinkerunique

            Mikey – you are saying that a drunk driver will NOT be committing a crime if nobody gets hurt ? Just like using drugs while – or before – working in a saw mill will be Ok if nothing gets damaged or nobody gets hurt ? Major stupid.

          • Michael Bristol

            well then, you are calling our founding fathers and the unites states constitution “major stupid”, which makes you and your kind major scary.

            “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety” -Benjamin Franklin

            you see, the government hears the chants of people like you and is more than happy to remove you from freedom, as is becoming more the case every day.

            i will choose dangerous liberty over captive safety every time.

          • b4k9zp

            When use of drugs like pot cause major fatalities, then their use should be strictly regulated, and those who are in positions that affect public safety (like train engineers, airline pilots, over the road truck drivers, chemical plant operators, electrical power plant operators, nuclear facility operators, and air traffic controllers, should be required to prove every shift that they are absolutely clean of any drug that affects their judgement and reaction times such as alcohol, pot, or any other similar drugs.

          • Michael Bristol

            an employer certainly does have right to restrict employee activities DURING WORK HOURS and this is not an unreasonable scenario, but then why is this not currently the case even with legal alcohol? if people are so scared to go out into the dangerous world that they are willing to sacrifice civil liberties then maybe they should do just that, sacrifice their own civil liberties and stay home or check themselves into a prison, this way loss of liberties will affect the smallest number of persons possible and thereby protect the liberties of the majority who prefer the dangers inherent in a free society.

          • b4k9zp

            or that the 16 people who were killed when the Conrail train (manned by two engineers who were found to be stoned on marijuana in the Conrail Amtrak wreck in Maryland in 1987 were not killed?

            The 1987 Maryland train collision occurred at 1:30 pm on January 4, 1987, on Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor main line in the Chase community in eastern Baltimore County, Maryland, United States, at Gunpow Interlocking, about 18 miles (29 km) northeast of Baltimore. Amtrak train 94, the Colonial (now part of the Northeast Regional, from Washington, D.C., to Boston), crashed into a set of Conrail locomotives running light, and which had fouled the mainline.Train 94’s speed at the time of the collision was estimated at about 108 miles per hour (174 km/h). Fourteen passengers on the Amtrak train were killed, as well as the Amtrak engineer and lounge car attendant.The Conrail locomotive crew failed to slow down at the signals before Gunpow Interlocking, and it was determined that the accident would have been avoided had they done so. Additionally, they tested positive for marijuana. The engineer served four years in a Maryland prison for his role in the crash.

          • Michael Bristol

            and do you think 4 years was adequate for the lives lost due to this idiot getting ripped up AT WORK? maybe, maybe not, i did not follow the case details as i was not in the courtroom for proceedings. do not assault american civil liberties based upon the stupid choices of a few individuals who were possibly not held appropriately accountable at the hands of a completely broken and corrupted justice system. it is a very slippery slope.

          • b4k9zp

            IMO, the engineer who was found to be stoned on Pot when he caused a wreck that killed 16 people should have been tried for capital murder, convicted and executed for the crime within a month.

            And those who are in similar jobs where the public’s safety depends upon their being sober and with unimpaired faculties should be tested for the presence of drugs every single day of their working lives, and if they are ever tested positive, they should be executed.

          • snowyriver

            CONSTITUTIONAL LAW— NONE BUT A “NATURAL BORN CITIZEN” SHALL BE PRESIDENT OF THE USA.

          • Michael Bristol

            seems our protection from corrupt government has become little more than a novelty decoration in d.c. as so many chant for safety over liberty.

          • snowyriver

            obama has shredded the constitution, from day one.

          • Michael Bristol

            he most definitely has, however it started long before him. i am inclined to say that arguably one of the most heinous violators of the constitution was franklin roosevelt with his so called “new deal” while obama ranks a very close second. our nation and our civil liberty is most certainly in a state of decay.

          • b4k9zp

            Interesting that despite all the proofs that obama’s alleged birth certificate is fraudulent, that the Democratic national Committee’s lawyers have testified under oath that they know that his candidacy was fraudulent, but they believed they had the right to run anyone they please as president, and his father’s stepmother’s lifelong claims that she helped deliver the infant BH Obama junior in a Nairobi Kenya hospital, there are still many (in fact most) democrats and other liberals who believe the lie that he was born in Hawaii.

          • snowyriver

            Interesting to me is the mysterious death of this grandmother soon after she made that claim. Interesting to me is the mysterious death of Breitbart soon after he said he had evidence on obama. Interesting to me is the mysterious death of obama’s three gay buddies as soon as they said they would go on TV and expose obama as gay. Interesting to all – read ——– “Obama’s ‘dead pool’ nachumlist.”
            just copy and paste the above on google.

          • b4k9zp

            Druggies and drunkards don’t commit crimes? Driving under the influence is not a felony offense? Committing armed robberies, assaults, rapes and murders to get the money for their fixes are not crimes? Beating up their wives or children is not a crime? ROFLMAO!

        • b4k9zp

          Not necessarily. Plenty of potheads get out on the roads after smoking weed and drinking beer, and get involved in accidents, sometimes killing several other people. Even NORML estimates that up to a third of “alcohol related”: automobile accidents also involve the use of marijuana.

        • Twisted Psyche

          Crimes are committed by desperados, sociopaths, and addicts. I am an alcoholic, NOT recovering, NOT participating in any AA Meetings, which means I am an addict. I commit no crimes, so one can say that not ALL addicts commit crimes. I am also a PotHead. When given a choice, I far prefer Pot over Alcohol. Alcohol simply deadens my pain. Pot makes me float, which makes my pain disappear while I am high.

          Unfortunately, most states, including my home state of Mississippi, have laws hostile to the use of Pot.

          So, I resort to Alcohol because of the rare occurrance of the availability of convenient Pot in my life. I get Alcolol LEGALLY at a local sale facility. To get Pot on a REGULAR and DESIRABLE basis, I must mingle with criminals, which is undesirable. I do get an occasional gift from a friend or two more willing than I to mingle with criminals than I, but this is a pathetically rare event.

      • holyblood1

        Amen well spoken, but if this system does it that way they cant pay all these self righteous judges, lawyers, cops and politicians.

        • Twisted Psyche

          I am a strong contender for capitalism. Most honest small business persons use it as an escape from the wage-worker type of slavery.

          But I draw the line when politics is mixed with business. In the early years of Our Nation, politics had all to do with patriotism and the efficient running of our fledgling government and NOTHING to do with any capitalist business.

          Unfortunately, modern politics seem to have taken an opposite trend.

      • conservative since 1962

        If the “self-damaging offense” causes the need for taxpayer funded services then it does affect others.
        Why should the person who does not “do drugs” have to pay for the treatment of the consequences of drug use. The same logic would apply to the use of beverage alcohol and/or tobacco.

        • Michael Bristol

          do you mean the taxes obtained by way of unconstitutional (and therefor illegal) compelled taxation? this removes accountability from the individual and puts the burden upon others, and this is always wrong. keep in mind the government is forcibly removing your money at the barrel of a gun. don’t pay your taxes and eventually your door will get kicked in and you will be slammed to the floor at the barrel of a gun. resist and you will be assassinated. do you mean to say that freedom of choice should be removed from the individual who would otherwise simply overdose and thereby unburden society? it is not the job of government to legislate against stupidity. it is the job of government to hold the individual accountable for an actual tort, not some imagined offense against society.

        • Twisted Psyche

          ::conservative since 1962 sez:: >If the “self-damaging offense” causes the need for taxpayer funded services then it does affect others.Why should the person who does not “do drugs” have to pay for the treatment of the consequences of drug use. The same logic would apply to the use of beverage alcohol and/or tobacco.<

          And so cometh my reply to thee as a source of my previous commment: The blame abideth with the VOTERS and CITIZENS!

          Personally, I am responsible for my condition, and other addicts are likewise responsible for theirs. I deserve NO recognition or relief from ANY citizen resulting from my chosen path. In my case, I would consider such an intrusion to be an offense.

          This is MY CRIME. I am CONVICTED. The penalty is DEATH. When my time comes, allow me the DIGnTY of serving the sentence for my crime in PEACE. Offer me NOTHING other than the simple peace of passage from this existence to the next.

      • b4k9zp

        IMO, the so-called “no-harm” crimes nearly always result in harm to someone besides the user of drugs like marijuana, cocaine, or other drugs, just as with alcohol abuse. The pot smoker is more likely to be involved in an automobile accident, especially if he also uses alcohol. Even NORML admits that.

        • Twisted Psyche

          ::b4k9zp sez:: >IMO, the so-called “no-harm” crimes nearly always result in harm to someone besides the user of drugs like marijuana, cocaine, or other drugs, just as with alcohol abuse.The pot smoker is more likely to be involved in an automobile accident, especially if he also uses alcohol. Even NORML admits that.<

          As I said, I see no reason to charge an innocent addict. However, if an addict causes a dire inconvenience on an innocent, that addict DESERVES any prosecution and associated remedy prescribed.

          I get drunk at home. If available, I smoke pot at home. When in public, I am sober and do my best to offend no one. My desire for inoffensive crimes to be declared as NONCrIMINAL refers to the crimes that I am likely to commit, which are NOT injurious to any but myself.

  • LARRY JOHNSON

    Guns are becoming more of a necessity every day since Obama & holder have allowed 1000s of terrorists into US-in advance of spring & summer attacks on US citizens & cities- That’s why Obama wants ammo/guns to be ban so none of his terrorists get killed

    • Michael Bristol

      well said.

    • Mark Owen

      None of his fellow muslims, that’s more like it. As far as Will Ferrell, he’s a lousy actor and I wouldn’t cross the street to watch one of his movies if it was free!!

      • American Me

        Glad to hear I’m not the only one who feels that way.Every time one of his movies comes out I wonder who is dumb enough to pay to see it.They must have better drugs than I do.LOL..

      • Combatvet52

        I don’t like Ferrell either.

      • Chuck Estes

        Only Ferrell movie I liked was “Old School”, and that was the parts that he wasn’t in.

      • 1mikejanz1

        Wow!
        You morons can’t argue with the message so, you attack the messenger!
        Typical liberal tactic to try and make people forget the real issue which is how anti Constitution you clowns really are!

        • Mark Owen

          Anti Constitution! You really are out there, born stupid and been losing ground ever since. You sit there in your mothers basement, nothing but a fat festering pustule waiting for an opportunity to go on line and push your left wing nonsense. Obama worshipping nobody! Must be a Ferrell worshipper too.

          • 1mikejanz1

            I see you can only come back with your typical liberal rant, you didn’t deny what I said so I will take that as an admission on your part that I was spot on with my assessment!

          • Mark Owen

            The only thing you are spot on with is you’re a spot on Obama’s ass! Your stupidity is really showing now. Keep it up, give us all a grin.

          • Carol Chadbourne

            THE only one being frowned at is YOU…you are NOT making any sense at all. NOT one of us has written as a liberal would do…OMG…you are WAY out there, liberal.

          • Carol Chadbourne

            OOPS…ignore my post below…it was meant for mikeyjane up there. Sorry.

          • 1mikejanz1

            I see your argument is still based along liberal defensive tactics, when you can’t prove something, call names!

          • b4k9zp

            You are the only one who is calling others names, mike.

          • snowyriver

            1mikejanz:
            Are you telling me that you voted against our constitution, or do I misunderstand you?? Because if you voted against our constitution YOU are a traitor ! ! !

          • Michael

            LMAO…You tell ’em Mark!!!!

        • Carol Chadbourne

          I fail to see ONE post that would give you cause to print that trash…???

        • b4k9zp

          Mike you are really out there. Proof of that is your own preference for calling others names like “moron” and “clowns”, when there is no reason to state anything of the sort. You are the liberal, obviously, since your only preferred tactic is to call others names.

      • Charley

        wow you guys could be my family we think exactly alike

      • Carol Chadbourne

        Uh Uh….I don’t even like the guy or his ‘acting’.

    • Oingo Boingo

      How about his pack affinity “urban” terrorists that are, and have been, off on a Kill YT Toot ever since Cokehead Poofter Soetoro and his circle jerk buddy “Nads” Holder illegitimately assumed the throne in BRA Zionist Stoogeland ?
      Where’s The Praetorian Guard when you really need it; as in, Caligula disposal ?

      • b4k9zp

        Your blatant anti-semitism and hate speech is really disgusting.

        • Oingo Boingo

          You again ?
          Aren’t you supposed to be blowing a goat somewhere ?
          GIT !

          • tinkerunique

            Oingo Boingo – B4k9zp is just venting because the goat gets more loving than she does, and probably bigger “chest”. Have been watching the posts for weeks and they repeat

          • Oingo Boingo

            tinker, I believe that the buttlord in question is a male of the species and that his standardized whiney little screed is always worded like it is because it’s a pasted insert in response to whatever post gets his panties all in a wad, the filthy worm.

          • b4k9zp

            More hate speech, as always proving I am 100% correct about you and your alter egoes.

          • Oingo Boingo

            blah blah blah…
            Yes ,dear…whatever your whiney ass/face says, you horrid douchenozzle.

          • b4k9zp

            You keep loving to prove that I’m one hundred percent correct about you and your idiotic, obscenity and profanity filled comments.

          • Oingo Boingo

            What ?

          • Michael Bristol

            i have yet to see you post one intelligent and logical comment.

          • b4k9zp

            Have yet to see you, oingo, or any of his supporters (or are all of you the same troll?) make anything that was not a blatantly anti-semitic, hate-filled post without any justification for such hate speech whatever. Your obscenities prove that you know that I am correct.

          • Michael Bristol

            lmao you’re delusional sucks to be you

          • b4k9zp

            Typical personal attack by a leftist, who proves by making such attacks that he knows he has no facts, or any possible form of logic, reasoning ability or thinking ability to support his own idiotic opinions.

          • Michael Bristol

            you’ll find no attacks anywhere from me. on the other hand i have seen little more from you than baseless attacks upon others. you have no clue as to my political beliefs as you clearly have NOT read any of my relevant posts, and my statements are simply statement of fact. you clearly have no interest in history. additionally you will receive no more replies from me as you have demonstrated an unworthiness and inability for literal comprehension. i base this statement once again upon facts which i have observed in your writing.

          • b4k9zp

            Obviously you have no ability to understand anything more complicated than “see spot run”. First of all, I make no attacks on others, and never have. Second, you have never read any of my posts, nor understood any of them. For you have no ability to comprehend words of more than two letter.

          • b4k9zp

            again, I’ve posted this before, but your claims that another “sucks” are personal attacks, showing you know you know you have no factual evidence, nor any conceivable form of logic, thinking ability or reasoning ability to support your blatant hate speech.

          • Oingo Boingo

            ? Que ?

          • b4k9zp

            Your comments are equally despicable, based only upon your own inability to perform. Yes, They repeat, because ignorant people like you always use the same personal attacks and hate speech to show your own ignorant lack of reasoning ability and thinking ability. You are disgusting.

          • Oingo Boingo

            Huh ?

          • b4k9zp

            can’t understand English, can you?

          • Oingo Boingo

            What ?

          • b4k9zp

            Still with your hate speech and anti-semitism. Nothing you state has any validity whatever. Your comments are always in violation of the terms of use.

          • Oingo Boingo

            blah blah blah, says you with your standard boilerplate whiney expressions of lament over the itching red embarrassment of being a spine free gelding asspicker.
            Get lost, you minor totalitarian Cheka wannabee.

          • b4k9zp

            Nothing you state about anything has any validity, as always, oingo, because of your idiotic, hate filled, racist, anti-semitic bigotry. Your statements are despicable, as always.

        • Charley

          truely

        • Michael Bristol

          sadly, you are clearly suffering with stockholm syndrome

          • b4k9zp

            What does “stockholm syndrome” have to do with the truth. Something that you cannot begin to understand.

    • snowyriver

      obama’s own brother is way up the ladder in Muslim Brotherhood.

      • tinkerunique

        0’bummer’s brother was the “Clearing House” for the “gifts” sent to the Muslim Brotherhood during the Syrian “uprising” where Syrian (Al Qaeda) rebels got guns and “other” weapons, the “Brotherhood” got tanks and jets – AFTER the Mexican cartel got guns. AND 0’bummer wants Americans to be gun-free. (> Spoken by the head gun-runner himself <)

        • snowyriver

          You could be absolutely correct. For a fact the Benghazi incident was a gun running operation. And Ambassador Stevens was as gay as obama.

          • Carol Chadbourne

            THAT last bit was uncalled for..he was somebody’s son, nincompoop.

          • snowyriver

            I just report the facts that I have seen elsewhere in credible news reports.

          • Carol Chadbourne

            It’s never been a ‘fact’ of the investigation…hyperbole and rumor. Who cares…he was an American. Some things can be left ‘unsaid’ ….and …”I report the facts that I ‘have seen’ somewhere else…” doe NOT lead to your credibility. Just spreading something that you NOR they have proof of is just THAT…carrying tales. And that does NOT make you appear as a big man.

          • snowyriver

            Show me a non fraudulent birth certificate.. Show me some college records..Show me a genuine SS card..Show me plane records of the week obama was born.. Thank you.

          • Carol Chadbourne

            NOW, because you do not know how to react, you go off on a tangent…WHAT the hell are you babbling about??? You know as well as I do, NONE of those items even exist. The truth of the matter is: A young man was killed and it could have been avoided. It wasn’t…they tortured, abused and raped him in the middle of the street. MY POINT…his parents still to this day have never received confirmation that Clinton and b.o. COULD HAVE sent help and DID NOT. YOU, in all your knowledge HAD to make a personal remark about his choices…right out there in front of God, the soldier’s parents, and everyone else. I AM SAYING..YOU could have gone a lifetime without that slam in respect for a man losing his life for OUR Country. YOU dealt in sensationalism…and you just don’t get it. JEESH

          • snowyriver

            Go to the library or a book store.. Get a copy of “The Minds of Billy Milligan”.
            Read it in full then come back and champion your Gays.

          • Carol Chadbourne

            ARE you dumb and thick-headed or just plain stupid??? Never mind, I don’t really want to know…just like a liberal you just don’t even stick en pointe…got to bring in something that has nothing to do with the topic. God, I would never have believed someone could be this dense. I am NOT champion gays, for chrissakes… YOU decided to throw that in for sensationalism when it had NOTHING IN THIS WORLD to do with his death…which wasn’t necessary that he died. I guess the only way to explain your diversion is to compare you with a so-called reporter for the “Enquirer”…MY POINT WAS…YOU did NOT HAVE to even bring it up, seeing as it had nothing to do with the tragedy….you just had to ‘rub it in his parents faces’…when they are not EVEN over his death. GET A LIFE….I think by the title of your reading material that you live in your own little world, PLEASE DO NOT REPLY.

          • Michael Bristol

            she’s a nut ain’t she? lol

          • b4k9zp

            What investigation? When? Where? Who did it?

          • Carol Chadbourne

            The investigation into BENGHAZI…the KILLING of 4 Americans..OMG. please do NOT tell me you didn’t know THAT….has been going on for at least 3 years…now under the Trey Gowdy inquisition….and he’s NOT giving up until he gets to the bottom of it…..which is that BOTH Clinton and hizzoner were made aware of the cry for help and more security at Benghazi…and they chose to ignore the pleas…hizzoner went to bed for an early flight to Vegas….while Benghazi was under a terrorist attack…THEY KNEW IT WAS COMING AND DID NOTHING…..NOW, Trey Gowdy is being threatened to stop the investigation…..he will not give up without a fight.

          • b4k9zp

            Carol, there’ve been so many “investigations” of the obama administration that it wasn’t clear to which you were referring. Of course, had the Democratic National Committee been up front about their blatant support of obama’s fraudulent candidacy, and had Hillary pursued that instead of the red herring of John McCain’s legitimate candidacy, Hillary might have been president instead of the fraudulent obama. Her campaign manager had the right idea, but the wrong target.

          • Carol Chadbourne

            I apologize if I offended you…snowyriver was talking about Chris Stevens at Benghazi, so thought you knew of what investigation we were speaking…he/she pissed me off because he posted something that was crude and missed the point. That’s all. BTW…MO….Clinton would have been just as bad in the WH…or worse, for the fact that she IS American and every bit the traitor to our country…mtgs with the U.N…..all for the now. She also has blood on her hands re Vince Foster from their days in Gov’t mansion in Little Rock…and big scandal re their real estate co. Plus, she accepts foreign $$$ for her ‘foundation’ AND campaign for ’16.

          • Carol Chadbourne

            that is supposed to be “NWO”….sp. check always does that to me…in case they do it again…new world order.

          • b4k9zp

            Apology accepted. Figured that out.

          • b4k9zp

            If Stevens was gay, what does it matter, except to his eternal soul, which is doomed to hell because of his sin.

            But he was killed without any effort by any member of the obama administration to save his life. Obama should have been removed from office for that failure.

      • Charley

        Financial Minister of the Muslim Brotherhood

        the whole Ferguson thing is sponsored by the Muslim Brotherhood
        Hamas and Free Palestine

        • Carol Chadbourne

          So was every other ‘mass’ murders…Sandy Hook…the kids who ‘died’ and their families were relocated to nice homes in FL…just enjoying the good life…for one.

          • b4k9zp

            Yep. The FBI Uniform Crime Reports for 2012 for the state of Connecticut show that ZERO murders were reported by both the local and the state police in BOTH Newtown and Sandy Hook communities in 2012. Allegedly, Ms. Lanza was murdered first, then twenty “school children” and six “adults”, and then Lanza took his own life. Right. ZERO Murders! Photographs of many of the “child victims” were shown on TV when obama made his infamous speech on their “warm bodies” with those same “children” standing behind him!

    • Patriot47

      The coming tribulation can be laid at the feet of government and stupid liberals, who as yet think their placations will save them.

    • linda garris

      U r so right. Also different rules for hoodlums who kill cops.under holder,Gotta b able to defend urself
      But Obama will come after u if assailants r black and u shoot in self defense. I trust God but im not stupid either.. i had to give up on news for awhile,go back to Christian radio. The craziness of this adm is too much to listen to constantly. Best i can do is pray for my country and vote

    • Randy

      I hate to think that is true, but with each passing day, it’s becoming more and more evident that Obama is on their side rather than on the law abiding American citizen’s.

      • Carol Chadbourne

        Glad you are AWAKE…..shake your buddies up…we need help in unseating this madman.

  • Saddletramp1st

    At least he’s different from Sylvester Stallone, who has made most of his millions in shoot-em-ups and then condemns the Second Amendment. Guess you couldn’t expect anything else from a Vietnam draftdodger ( Sly ) and then makes movies being the hero of such

    • Rick

      As with Will Ferrell I have never liked any movie that Sly Stallone has been a part of, that includes his ” Rocky ” productions ( pun not intended ).

  • Ddenney1

    I am a conservative with many libertarian leanings!!!! I agree with Vaughn on guns!!! I like many of the things he said and glad he is big enough not to be hurt in his career!!

    • Guest

      Vaughn is one of us, a man

  • Midnite Rider

    It’s about time someone in Hollywood spoke out in favor of guns.I commend you Mr. Vaughn unlike most all actors&actresses who are anti-gun.Too much Kool-Aid drinking going on in California,and liberal a$$ kissing.

    • gordon

      actually the liberals are far beyond a$$ kissing they are sh1t licking head in aSS inserting brain dead idiots

    • Rick

      And in more ways than one, in regards to your last sentence.

  • Richard Bagenstose

    the problem is , government go after legal citizens for there guns and turn there backs on criminals with guns, like drugs they bust more pettie criminals for useing , while the deals and cartels run wild, every thing the government does these days is ass backwards

    • BIGOTIST

      And so it will continue, it’s personal revenue~

  • maxparrish

    Vince Vaughn sounds like he is educated in the principles of this country and he abides by them. Hollywood liberals have an elitist mentality that they actually lead this country. I guess that is understandable considering how many times Obama went to them for fundraising.
    Just about everything about them is hypocritical. For instance, wealth redistribution ant a $35,000 a plate dinner.

    They haven’t gotten over the McCarthey days of bullying.

    • b4k9zp

      Especially when Joseph McCarthy was proven to be correct in his accusations when the KGB/NKVD (secret police organizations of the old Soviet Union ) were released to the western world after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

  • The Fox

    Leave it to the druggie’s to come out of the closet for their drugs of choice, they are a mess on our roads as they think they drive better high. They destroy the people around them with their terrible life styles and all those who are lawless are idiots and puppets on a string and nothing more.

    • Peter Osborne

      Hey, man,,,whattu mean by that……..why jus yesteday…..what was it we’retakin’ about again…..?

    • holyblood1

      And you think the law makers are not druggies and drunks who are you trying to kid. Try fixing them before you criticize anyone else. And I will ride with a stoner before I will a drunk.

      • The Fox

        your name doesn’t fit you as your as unholy as they come, you will ride all the way to hell with your sick comment, get lost idiot.

        • holyblood1

          My name fits just fine, I don’t try to hide the truth to make it easier to swallow their lies like some. You think you know how it is to ride or be around a stoner or do you smoke it is that how you can say this? and if not then you cant say what you did in your comment. I don’t do either one but I know the effects of drunk driving. And as for as me I will go to heaven despite your ignorant comment. These so called leaders are some of the worst when it comes to illegal.

          • The Fox

            Before I was saved I was everything evil and when I got saved God changed my life to honor and worship Him and abstain from evil. How do you know you’ll get to heaven? Easy answer if your truly saved.

  • Terry V

    I don’t know Vaughn so to say I like or dislike would be a guess. I like his thought’s and I like his movies. Plus I like Ron Paul But he will never get to be the president because the news media and the powers to be won’t let it happen . Now if votes got you the seat he would of been last time but votes don’t count and have not for about fifty years. They just hold election’s to make the people think that they still have a say. President’s are bought and put in office to do as they are told by the elite. This is fact but you can’t make the brain dead of the US believe it. They are the one’s that go to the poll to vote.So that goes to show how many their is that are asleep. Every thing that is going on is about control and the NWO. They have tried just about everything to get us to just hand over the guns just like all the other country’s did They knew we would be a problem so they did them first to make us think it was for the best . Well it did not work so the they started shootings #1 Batman movie #2 Sandy hook #3 Boston bombing’s none has worked so now they are going after bullets Ammo but I will tell them that’s not going to work either So if all you gun haters’control freaks’ and just evil people want them then you are going to get something you don’t want . I will put it the way you might understand (YOU WOULD RATHER JACK A WILD CAT OFF IN A PHONE BOOTH WITH A ROLL OF BARBED WIRE WITH THE DOOR CLOSED THEN MESS WITH OUR GUNS )

  • firethrower

    Glad to see some of the Hollywood people use logic and critical thinking skills…

  • Proud US vet/American

    Guns will always be a necessary evil as long as man continues to enslave, slaughter and commit heinous acts of genocide in the name of religious purity. Sadly, the only REAL way to defeat lunatics with guns is for the civilized world to fight back with bigger guns.
    THIS IS THE WORLD WE LIVE IN TODAY!

    • Mark Owen

      Spoken like a true PATRIOT, unlike most of the Hollywooders, Liam Neeson is another hypocrite, lots of shoot em up but thinks we should be disarmed!

    • Michael Bristol

      OR, we could simply secure and defend our borders (with big guns), mind our own damn business, and let the lunatics kill each other off.

    • J. Bailey

      Always has been – always will be … as to why Our ForeFathers recognized our need for the 2nd … There will always be bullies who believe, “Might makes Right” & will take your stuff by Force in the absence of an equal or superior ‘force’ …

  • Michael Bristol

    sounds to me like vince vaughn is a true american and patriot.

  • ppeony

    Thanks Vince. You went up a notch. I see those lovelies travel with security but two face gguns.

  • Melody Martin

    Not everyone in harroy vood is nertz, this is proof.

  • Vickie Huff

    Certainly would cause me to support his work!!!! His personal ethics seem to be true American. I always liked his work now I buy his movies & support them at the theaters!!!! I’m sick of Hollywood afraid to have an opinion if it’s not liberal. So hats off to Mr Vaughn

  • holyblood1

    Love the guy and believe he is right.

  • dltaylor51

    The liberal pants pissers in the democrat party are probably banging their heads against their heads against their purses over what this guy has said.

  • I’m impressed, I have libertarian leanings myself and I think both parties have failed our country miserably. I’m planning on giving Vince’s body of work a second look……

  • Todd Lee

    More power to Vince Vaughn. The liberty to pursue happiness and protect life should never be “monitored” by the government. Vaughn was very kind in his assessment of Obama. I would have said that a liberal eletist like Obama has no businesses being the leader of a free people. And since when did anybody in Hollywood gain the right to suggest how any of us suggest how we should live? With the exception of real Americans in tinsel town like Vaughn, most of them are too busy letting their attention to feng shui get in the way of exercising common sense.

  • QuisPercusit

    One must walk the walk that one talks the talk. Truth like cream will always find its way to the top. I can even see Vince Vaughn portraying Charlton Heston in “The History of the NRA part one” by Mel brooks

  • American Me

    Glad to here Vince Vaughn is not a liberal.I like his movies.So I guess you could say I am a fan.There are a few more conservatives in Hollywood but only a few admit it.I hear it is not good for your career.

  • JOSEPH F CARUSO,JR JOEY

    RIGHT ON VINCE

  • JOSEPH F CARUSO,JR JOEY

    THE COMMON ENEMY OF EVERY FREE =A M E R I C A N =HAS BECOME OUR GOVERNEMENT

  • Dennis B Anderson

    Obama is taking our guns while hes arming our enemies who can walk across our borders anytime. This is out right treason in the highest degree and no one is taking this seriously. Hey people these scum sucking pigs want to kill us and take our country away. You dont seem to think that this is possible? Well one at a time scandals are nothing but when you look at the big picture it makes sence
    to a low life pile muslim thats in the white house.

  • Emmett Toomey

    I also agree with Vaughn I’m 74 had guns since I was 13 Saved my wife from rape due to grabbing a rifle Thugs left without going up the stairs back in 1958.My sign says “THIS PROPERTY HAS FIREARMS AND A BACKHOE”

    • Mark Owen

      Most excellent sign. My property up north my sign says” Viet-Nam era booby traps, you guess what kind and how many”!

  • thegodfather4u

    Our Right :

    The Second Amendment protects an individual right
    that existed before the creation of any government. TheDeclaration of Independence made clear that all human beings are
    endowed with certain unalienable rights, and that governments are created to
    protect those rights. The Second Amendment was designed by people who did not
    want to become slaves to their government, but they were unfortunately and
    tragically willing to permit private slavery in some states. Now that slavery
    is abolished, however, all citizens of all races should enjoy the Second
    Amendment’s legal protection against despotic government. The Second Amendment
    protects a fundamental right and should be read broadly because it implements
    the right of self-defense. Self-defense is the ultimate right of all
    individuals to preserve life. The rights to a free press, free speech,
    assembly, and religion are extremely important — but none of them matters very
    much if you can’t defend your own life against aggression. None of them matters
    very much when an evil government is fully armed and its citizens are disarmed.

    “Before a government can become a full-blown
    tyranny, the government must first disarm its citizens. The Founders of this
    nation, from their own experience, knew that when government goes bad, liberty
    evaporates and people die … unless the people are armed”…………..

    “When injustice becomes law, Resistance
    becomes our DUTY”

    • Combatvet52

      Bravo

    • Michael Bristol

      In 1787, after signing the u.s. constitution, Ben Franklin was asked… “Well, Doctor, what have we got, a republic or a monarchy?” Franklin replied, “a republic, if you can keep it.”

      “Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety” –Benjamin Franklin

      “Indeed I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just.” –Thomas Jefferson

      and today we have masses of amerikan sheeple just begging a corrupted government to provide for their welfare and keep them safe. it’s gonna get ugly.

  • sanford paris

    He always did seem to be a real, stand up sort of guy. I respect his acknowledging the role of guns and also acknowledging the fanatic liberal influence on people and careers by not answering a question he did not need to answer. He’s neither a fool nor a pussy.

  • cardmaster1

    A Hollywood star with a BRAIN! How unusual-and Refreshing!

    • J. Bailey

      …and James Woods …

  • Shaymamma8

    The terrorists were here long before President Obama. Domestic and foreign ones. Let’s not fool ourselves into thinking this is something new. Where was all this outrage years ago when they first reared their ugly heads? And as far as guns go, I say you can keep them because you all are killing yourselves and your families at record rates.

    • Gunn Sportz

      funny as my uncle was chief of police for 4 years in Lee County Kentucky from1969 to 1973 and he never “killed anyone”. May my uncle James Couch Rest in Peace.

  • Andy Jorgensen

    I am not a fan of his movies or what he is in. It is not because of his politics. It is the fact that I don’t care for that type of humor. I appreciate his views. As for his fellow actors if they come out against the second amendment I refuse to put any of my money in their pockets by watching anything they do!!!!!!

  • Joken Joe

    Well I guess Moore has someone else to complain more about

  • melinda hess

    I want to have his children… then, he can teach them American values along with me!

  • Gunn Sportz

    “Shouldn’t someone tag Mr. Kennedy’s ‘Bold New Imaginative Program’ with its proper age? . Under the tousled boyish haircut it is still old Karl Marxism – first launched a century ago. There is nothing new in the idea of a government being ‘Big Brother’ to us all.” ,,, Ronald Reagan – 1960.

  • VAfrmNJ

    Finally, a celebrity that isn’t afraid to stand up against the “core”…it’s amazing!

  • THOMAS

    I’ll give holder & OBAMA before I’ll give up my gun.So if ISIS wants anything they can take those two!

  • Greg137

    There are conservative actrors in hollywood they may not be as numerous, or as outspoken, but they are there..

  • leonard Haraway

    I think Vince Vaughn is very intelligent in his comments.I truly agree with every statement and even the way he approaches each question.His opinion is direct but not threatening.I think most of us feel that we have too much federal government who thinks they know more than us and can run our lives better unfortunately it is very evident in the state our country is in how well the government runs things!

  • brian James

    our country has been deceived by a traitorous treasonous Muslim dictator who has let millions of illegals who are gang members and to top that has let in ISIS sleeper cells who are just waiting to be given the word to start there murderous spree across our nation. But the best for last why would the leader of our nation appoint eight hard line Muslims to high ranking jobs in Home Land Security, who do you think these bastards will pass on classified information to, sure as hell not there mothers but the sleeper cells here in the US. the FBI has already confirmed there are 22 Jihads training camps here in the US but they can not do anything because they are on private land. when has that ever kept the feds from terrorizing Americans lets say at Waco Texas or how about Ruby Ridge, at both assaults they the feds killed Americans with bull shit evidence but yet with Muslims Terrorists there hands are tied because the camps are on private land. these cowards murderers are here to kill Americans so what kind of bull shit excuses are they trying to bull shit Americans with, private land. these are Terrorists not t he Boy Scouts of America. but because of the agenda of our treasonous dictator and his cronies our federal law enforcement is doing nothing till Americans start getting killed here.
    while there getting there heads cut off overseas he’s on the golf course or at some fund raiser but that is I guess more important than sending in our Marines or Delta or Seal Teams to get these Americans lives from being butchered. his cronies senators and congressmen along with the AG are all traitors and criminals who have committed high treason and are no more than gangsters.

  • brian James

    Ferrell is a little BITCH with no naiads.

  • Jsonny

    It’s good to find out that there are some intelligent, level-headed people in Hollywood! Unfortunately, the number of so-clled liberal elites that are constantly running their mouth is difficult to overcome!
    Will Ferrell has never impressed me!

  • l.bell

    Yes he seems more real and down to earth heck if I saw him out on the town I might even pay for his dinner to well say thanks for keeping me entertained and for speaking the truth when many of the people in your line of work just suck. IMHO.

  • Dan Miller

    All I know is there was a time when I was forced to pull my own legal hand gun in self defense, fortunately the show of force scared my assailant away and I didn’t have to actually pull the trigger. then four months later he beat up his mother, she put him in jail where he hung himself. I live in small town Iowa, a year after that incident a combination F.B.I. / B.C.I. SWAT team took down the house right next to mine because the guy was a major drug dealer and got popped at an international airport which brought in the F.B.I. they got his address where I live and came to town, and how many times have we heard where drug addicts / dealers will break into neighboring houses looking for stuff to steal, sometimes finding the owner at home, which happened a few years ago in Sioux Falls, South Dakota where two addicts broke into a home thinking the owner was not there, kidnapped him then later killed him and dumped his body over the Iowa border. My cousin was attaced in her own home by a friend of her son’s in a town smaller than mine, she was able to get away from the guy who then turned his own gun on himself and took his own life in her house. Another situation was where this guy goes to his brother’s apartment and when he found out his brother was not home decided he was going to rape his brother’s wife, she grabbed her husband’s shotgun and killed the low life dead. We have had our second armed robbery a couple of months ago. Except for the crime in Sioux Falls all these crimes happened in towns of less than 3,500 people. Most of them because of drug and alcohol induced behavior. Dangerous crime has crept into small town Iowa; and to think we are safe just because it is a small community is just living in denial.

  • apzzyk

    When I was a kid, I would go hunting with my dad, uncles and friends, and even took a marksmanship/gun safety course though the NRA. But, on hunting, even in a rural community with refrigeration, hunting for survival is not necessary and with the population growth, hunting seasons, etc. I always considered it to be too expensive for me. I did my 4 in the USMC, and, fortunately, was never in a combat zone, but I did do well on the range. I have been out of the Corps for over 50 years, and have traveled by car even into the interior or Mexico, and never felt that I had a need to have one, even stuffed in the closet at home. From my service, I learned that an individual, alone, with a firearm cannot really expect to protect him or her self when a threat may come from any direction.
    I feel rather sorry for those who actually think that having a gun makes them safer because in most cases this seems to be a false sense of security where the person with the gun is liable to take unnecessary risks thinking that he will remain safe in a dangerous situation, but, no the other hand if they feel safer, they should be able to have a gun, but only in reasonable places – not in churches, on college campuses, not in grocery stores or big box stores, malls, etc, and should be a responsible owner who takes the same precautions with his firearm as he does with his own car or truck – you don’t leave your keys in these, and a trigger lock is a good replacement, out of the reach of people who should not have access – the untrained in gun safety, children, people who are mentally fragile or unstable. You don’t give your keys to a person under the influence, so trusting a person who even might come under the influence needs to be avoided. We have to carry liability insurance on our cars, and so I think the same should apply to guns.
    These fears of terrorists, illegals, burglers, etc. are disproportional to their actual threat to a person. A person’s chances of being injured in a terrorist attack in the US is lower than that of being hit by lightning. I really have nothing in my home that would interest a thief that could not be replaced at a reasonable price – I don’t owe my bookie any money at all, so my risk is very low – at just the cost of a gun, I could replace almost anything that I own, and I think that this is a very common situation. On the other hand, just in my neighborhood – about 15-20 homes I know that thee are at least 3 or 4 people who have a net worth of over $1 Million each, and to my knowledge, if any own a gun, I would never know it – they all live modestly and do nothing to attract attention to themselves, except for the one who happens to be the neighborhood drunk who goes out to get his paper in his shorts.

    • Mark Owen

      Sure the odds are great that you will not be attacked. But in the event that you are , wouldn’t you rather have the upper hand? The guy that shot that radical Muslim after he beheaded one woman and started on another, I would not have just wounded him, I would have made sure he was dead! Save the county a trial and the chance for Obama to say workplace violence. Radical Islam is here and this gov’t. will do nothing to stop it. Especially when they are even now trying to make sure we are all disarmed if they can have their way. The arms treaty with the UN was a sneaky end run around the second amendment, but the second amendment doesn’t cover other countries just ours-TOO BAD FOR THEM!!!

      • apzzyk

        This is my position based on personal experience and education. As I have said before, if it makes you feel comfortable, then by all means be armed within the limits of the laws, and also respect that many people at least object to guns, and that includes some people, such as me who will not allow them on my property – if a person feels the need to be armed on my property then they can just not come here and we can do our business elsewhere if we have any business.
        In the USMC I lead a machine gun squad, and learned that automatic weapons fire attracts return fire from the enemy, so when we were working we took fire that would have been directed toward the grunts, which was fine because we were dug in and better protected than were the grunts. What I have seen on TV and in the movies is that in such things as bank robberies, when the robbers are armed and spot an armed security guard, they take him or her out first. The guard has, just by being armed turned himself into a target of first choice. Over the years banks and other companies which are likely targets of robbers, still have rent a cops, but they are no longer armed – just the uniform serves as some sort of deterrant without making the person a target. These places now feel that the merchandise or money can be replaced but people cannot be.
        Then too, there is the matter of collateral damage – with hand guns, even when they are in the hands of people who are well trained, usually only hit their intended targets a small percentage of the time, and a bullet out of the gun does not care who or what it hits, and this leads to the killing or wounding of those who are supposed to be protected.
        Our fear of ‘radical’ Islam here in the US is far too promenent for the actual risks. We are now hearing about possible attacks on shopping malls. Whether any actually happen the goal of the terrorists has already been met – people who are afraid of such things are staying away from these places, just because of their own fears. In the end, this is probably good for the other shoppers, because the malls will have lower concentrations of shopppers. Here,the rumor is that these might be repeats of the Nirobi Kenya attack. There, only about 20 terrorists were able to kill over 60 people using automatic weapons and firing indiscriminately, and if you with your hand gun had appeared you would have been one of the dead or wounded – you would have been out-gunned. Here it took a large number of trained and armed troops a long time to wipe out the terrorists, and that is what would happen in a similar US incident. Your pop gun would not have made any difference.
        In my opinion, we are overstating the risks from the ‘radicals’ and paying too much attention to this possibility where it is far more likely that there will be something like the Aurora CO theater attack. A single, home gown individual, or maybe 2 or 3, just sneaking in through the back door and doing what damage they can, and if they do not want to commit suicide by cop, surrendering and costing the tax payers big bucks to try them. With the death penalty on the table against Holmes, just jury selection will take months, and just with his 2 trips to the State Hospital for evaluation, and all of the legal things that have gone on over the past 2+ years the amount that it has cost the taxpayers probably runs into the millions. After the OKC trials, the Government asked the courts to seal the records on the costs to the government on the basis that these alone might incited another to repeat just because of the cost to the government.
        In my years in colleges and universities I met many Arabic people, and just based on the numbers, one or more may have become radical later, but at the time I had no idea which or who might go that way. The reason why they were brought to the US for their educations was to give them some experience with the US life style, so that if or when they returned home to be leaders, they will understand our point of view. Now, I have heard that Saudi is doing something of the same thing – it built a state of the art University, staffed it with the best of faculty – many from the US, and are now giving scholarships to US students so that they will be able to learn about the life there, and if or when they become our leaders, they will be able to understand and consider the cultural differences.
        On the treaty. The rest of the industrial world has much stricter gun control laws than we have, and this makes people like me who might want to visit as a tourist, feel comfortable in our surroundings. When I made many trips into the interior of Mexico, instead of finding the ‘banditos’ which I had heard about a lot, I found the Federalies patroling with their M-15s along the roads frequented by tourists, so I felt very safe there for both myself and my family – by the way, even today for anyone to come into Mexico armed is asking for a long time of ‘sending my mail to the Tijuana Jail’ – not a good idea at all.
        It is in our national interest to make the tourists from other countries feel safe in our country – they bring a whole lot of money this time of year to the ski areas in CO, and while I live miles away from these on the ‘Front Range’ the money that they spend gradually comes down here and helps our local economy.

  • 1mikejanz1

    The battle over the 2nd amendment is not about guns, it is about an out of control president with an outlaw administration and a bunch of liberal losers being anti Constitution an trying to steal the rights of the American people!
    And they hate every one who will stand up against tem and fight for their rights!
    They forget, the American people have been standing up and fighting for not only their own rights, but the rights of people all over the world!
    It’s just part of the makeup of real Americans and the love they have for God Country, family and the Constitution!
    The only parts of the Constitution liberals seem to care about or the ones they make up, abortion, gay marriage, and the one against cruel and unusual punishment which they consider anything worse than probation!

  • Bob Dorn

    It’s refreshing to see that some in Hollywood have a brain and actually use it. Not all of them are brain dead script readers.

  • linda garris

    Yes kinda figured he was ok,when he was grand marshal at nascar. Actually plesantly surprised. Any fan of nascar is probably a patriot,imho. Btw also loved phillip Phillips at nascar. Congrats logano,kinda rooting for Gordon for his last run
    But m happy no matter who wins.

  • Charley C.

    I have always liked the man , he seems real and not one of those Hollywood Dicks that are always talking out of the side of their mouths, and condemning everyone for the troubles in the world.

  • Ron

    Ban guns but show tons of murders in the movies as violence sells, show cars doing donuts and flying through the air as violent driving sells cars to younger people, make marijuana legal for recreational purposes as people screwed up at the work place is dangerous as Colorado has buses for addicts to shop for their high potency drugs. What a NIGHT MARE is being created in AMERICA for the wealth of the GREEDY!

  • nmasterson

    Yes, I like him more. The majority of Hollywood actors & actresses are nothing but egotistical hypocrites. If these anti-2nd amendment actors & actresses directors and producers hate guns so much why do they employ armed bodyguards. If that is not hypocrisy, what is? I have a list of these actors, actresses, directors, and producers on my boycott list, by the way Will Ferrell is one of them.

  • tinkerunique

    To ALL = I agree ! ALSO ; look up the “Efficiency of Militia Bill” (1902) for the amount of guns an American CAN have, and the meaning of the word “militia”. The wording is specific

  • david selvers

    People who believe that “The Right to Carry” is a dangerously exaggerated liberty are hopelessly influenced by a destructive ideology, most of which originated in the Hollywood cesspool .
    Hypocrites of major proportions and Society’s “half-baked” intellectuals feel that Arab/Asian islamists harbor grievances only because of Western Imperialism and reckless colonialism . If the West would mind it’s own business and not interfere with the peaceful process’ of tunneling, design and manufacture of killing methods and imposing the cult of islam on the civilized world, there would be peace, we are the problem, we are the war mongers and Arab/Asian muslims are peace loving stewards of humanity . Left wing progressive liberals righteously indignant in support of an ideology that is wrongfully perceived as corrupt and vicious are tirelessly attacking, in reality, the segment of society, that will eventually be, the only protection the Free World has.
    Being prepared with a weapon to protect one’s self for the likely possibility of an encounter with a muslim jihadist, or street punk/invader home, is indicative of a mentally superior and self sufficient “Man”.
    It’s time to restrict the politically correct left from disseminating their propaganda, they are dangerous and perhaps the single greatest threat to Western Civilization, if “WE” don’t shut them up and shut them down we’ll doom ourselves. Start with ALL LEFT WING MEDIA outlets, nbc, cbc, npr, bbc, cnn, cbc and ctv. as they are the den of swine where the misinformation and dangerous propaganda is maliciously conjured. Then the educational curriculum, the evils of islamic jihad must be taught to all kids beginning at a very early age. . . .6years of age to start. Then clean out the phony bastards in tinsel town.
    RIP Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield, both of you Guys are Great American Hero’s….burn in hell ed ray routh, you’re name is not worth capital letters
    SI VIS PACEUM PARA BELUM
    CANADA .

    • Mark Owen

      The fact of the matter is the we of the Western World were under the impression that these backward dark ages people would be better off with some of our Western influence. Wrong, they were happiest when they weren’t producing oil, living off goat and sheep meat, maybe some camel I’m not sure. and getting in a little beastiality for good measure. Living in tents in the middle of the desert, and paying homage to their local chieftain or sheik if you prefer. We started this mess now we have to clean it up. We are most definately going to be attacked again within our own borders, I pray to God we will be up to the challenge. Lock and Load and be prepared!

  • Carol Chadbourne

    I applaud Vince Vaughn…..gutsy to hold to his principles in a town that has none. Hollyweird elites are under the mistaken impression that THEY will escape the madness of the emperor once he fulfills his agenda 21…they are delusional, because they will die simply because they are American…black or white. I will have protection against his islamic radical terrorist brothers…live or die trying.

  • excavator

    I have always liked vince but now I really have some respect for the guy! Anytime I hear one of these liberal nuts in Hollywood say things bad about guns. I quit supporting their stupid movies. Guess I will move the movies of vaughns I own to the top shelf now. Stand strong Vince!

  • Carol Chadbourne

    IF the SCOTUS is FAIR and does it’s job…we’ll retain our 2nd A. With 2 commies on the bench….both women…there could be undue influence. I will not, if I ever get a gun, give it up….I have a right to protect myself and home….in DEFENSE> PERIOD>

  • millerstwo

    I think that Will Farrell certainly thinks Will Farrell is funny and I also think that his ‘gag’ of running around in only his ‘brief’s’ is getting kind of stale so his ‘cool aid’ opinion regarding the 2nd amendment doesn’t surprise me at all!
    I’m not at all surprised by Vince Vaughn’s comments though because he strikes me as a man who does and thinks as his conscience dictates not what the Hollywood Marxists want him to think. Even though I’m sure it doesn’t really matter to him Vince Vaughn’s star status gives him a lot more ‘elbow room’ to say what he truly feels as opposed to Will Farrell who’s star is quickly fading and would never do or say anything to offend his pseudo buddy’s of the Hollywood elites .

  • TEK61

    dam right load up and protect your self

  • TEK61

    willl feerrl is a big pussy

  • C.J

    This might give his career the proverbial “kiss of death” . I hope not.