The National Rifle Association has released a list of actors, celebrities, companies -- even sports teams who have jumped on the anti-gun bandwagon. Their hypocrisy will stun you!

  • Sylvester Stallone  - the man who starred in probably more violent movies than any other single actor (Rambo 1 through 4, Demolition Man, The Expendables 1-2, etc) Stallone is considered the most outspoken in favor of anti-gun legislation.
  • Sean Connery -  We were stunned by this one. Besides the James Bond movies,  he also starred in Outland, a futuristic movie that makes a space mining operation look like High Noon. And who could forget The Rock?
  • Dennis Quaid -  star of a brand-new CBS shoot 'em up show called Vegas featuring numerous gun-laden confrontations with the mob.

The NRA has also listed a number of companies and sports teams that have openly supported anti-gun policies -- or that have a CEO prominent in lobbying for gun laws:

  • Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream
  • Blue Cross-Blue Shield Insurance
  • Hallmark Cards
  • The Kansas City Chiefs NFL Franchise
  • The Kansas City Royals Major League Baseball team
  • Levis Strauss (clothing)
  • Sara Lee
  • Southland Corporation (parent company of 7-11 stores)
  • The St. Louis Rams NFL franchise
  • Sprint Corp. (the cellphone company)

The NRA also reports the following media outlets are well-known opponents of the 2nd Amendment:

  • ABC television network
  • The Christian Science Monitor
  • USA Today Newspaper
  • Rolling Stone Magazine
  • The New York Times
  • NBC Television
  • Newsweek Magazine
  • Washington Post Newspaper

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