Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by rdb241, Jun 24, 2016.
But he is severely anti-gun.
No he is not. He has said many times on air that he owns a handgun for home protection.
You sure about that?
"I'm so upset about Orlando and what went down," Stern said on his show Wednesday. "But I can't believe these people would come out afterward and their answer to Orlando is to take away guns from the public. It's f----ing mind-blowing to me."
Howard Stern seems very pro gun to me
Howard Stern Totally SHUTS DOWN Anti-Gun Nut In Debate - Epic! (http://www.thepoliticalinsider.com/awesome-howard-stern-totally-shuts-anti-gun-nut-debate-producer/)
Yes, I have been listening to Howard since way back in the early 90's. When he was
on normal radio at NBC in New York. He has made the statement about owning a handgun several times.
Was responding to anti gun comment.
Not his biggest fan but I have to say he gained a whole lot of respect from me with him speaking so intelligently.
Do you still respect the vacillating Howard after this one?
And then after listening to this one?
Anything positive from a "star" is better than their usual dribble.
Did I say I would listen to him? No.
I am so limited on who in Hollywood I will waste my time on I have to look for a bright spot where I can.
is howard stern anti-gun? at DuckDuckGo (https://duckduckgo.com/?q=is+howard+stern+anti-gun%3F&ia=web)
First of all, on behalf of all the members of this site. Thank you for being so considerate to warn us of the language content in those vids. Mighty big of you. Especially with the wide age range of our membership.
Yes I still, in your words, respect Howard. He does get moody at times and you are trying to take a single rant and base your opinion off that. If you have never listened to Howard or just listen every once and awhile. You can get the wrong impression. But if you have listened to him for as many years as I have, you will have a different opinion based on years of listening to his opinion.
He was against the "NRA, gun collectors, gun nuts and assault weapons" after the Colorado theater shooting......
He was also all in for an "assault weapon ban" after Newtown......
Howard Stern responds to Newtown shooting with two pronged plan (Howard Stern responds to Newtown shooting with two pronged plan (http://www.examiner.com/article/howard-stern-responds-to-newtown-shooting-with-two-pronged-plan))
Yet, now he thinks "the idea of limiting access to guns – whether pistols or automatic rifles – [is] a bad idea"
Wednesday's Show - HowardStern.com (https://www.howardstern.com/show/2016/6/15/wolfie-jd-harmeyer-observations/)
I'm not sure where he really stands.
Did he really change his mind or is this his way of staying "edgy" and/or "controversial? If he did change his mind on "assault weapons", why, what happened for this 180 degree reversal?
Maybe he's coming around lately, to our side? Lots of people doing that...
I mean, it's one thing to get a little confused over dualling scientific studies; but anyone with half a brain, looking at Orlando, is not going to come to the conclusion that the victims needed to be even more disarmed.
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I'm not sure where he really stands.
Did he really change his mind or is this his way of staying "edgy" and/or "controversial?
Perhaps it depends on how long it's been since he took his medication...
JK above, really don't know squat about HS, except that he's very intelligent.
Really?? You need a warning that there might be bad language in a Howard Stern clip?
Me thinks HS has finally seen the light with regards to guns, useless laws, and how the 2nd is and will be effected! Maybe he will continue to speak PRO 2nd in his programs and that spreads the word we all need spread! Remember, ALL the "Shock Jocks" have a pretty big following, so having any one of them speak Pro 2nd helps us all! I usually cant stand HS, or Alex Jones, or Steve Quayel, but They do spread the word!
I don't need a warning, but it would have been considerate of you to tell the membership
Gee...I deeply, and with a most humble groveling appeal wish to apologize for not letting you know that Howard Stern may use foul language somewhere in his rant.
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