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Here's an AP story posted on the Fox News website. A young man stabbed his estranged father's live in girlfriend to death, then proceeded to the college campus where the father taught and shot him in the head with a bow and arrow. The father was somehow able to tie the son up, after being shot, and allowed his students to flee. Sonny boy then stabbed daddy and himself to death.

Check out how the AP reporter describes the bow, in two separate paragraphs;

"...a high powered bow" and "...a compound bow much more powerful than the wooden kind".

Am I just being paranoid, or are the similarities between this kind of wording eerily similar to how the press has been deceitfully describing "assault rifles all these years?

I swear, those deadly tactical Swiss Army Knives are gonna be next. :censored:

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/12/0...-college-bow-and-arrow-murder-suicide-attack/
 

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IrishCop,

According to THE NEW YORK TIMES STYLE GUIDE an assault weapon is any object which can be used to commit a criminal assault, including sticks, knives, cars/trucks, hammars, guns, etc.
(In case you're wondering, THAT definition is how the anti-gun press manages to come up with such high figures on "assault weapons" being used in rape, robbery, assaults, murders, etc.)

The same style guide defines PIT BULLDOG as ANY dog, which is capable of damaging persons or property.

It's called KNOWING DISHONESTY.

yours, sw
 
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