Friday, December 14, 2012

Time to buy a gun while you still can.

So, by now I'm sure you've all heard about the school shooting in Connecticut. In response our slime ball Attorney General Eric Holder is hinting around that he wants to go after guns. Mr. Holder had this to say:

As a nation I think we have to ask ourselves some hard questions. We gather too often to talk about these kinds of incidents. We need to discuss who we are as a nation, talk about the freedoms that we have, the rights that we have and how those might be used in a responsible way.

I agree Eric. Questions do need to be asked. But it is you and the rest of the anti 2nd Amendment people who should be asking them.

Why do these massacres seem to always take place in "gun free zones"? Could it be that when a person is deranged or evil enough to be intend on killing shitloads of people for no good reason a cardboard sign saying "No guns on the premise" isn't much of a deterrent? Could it be that in many of these situations a competent and brave citizen with a concealed carry permit could prevent or minimized any innocent casualties? If outlawing alcohol in the 20's didn't make alcohol go away, and if the drug war hasn't made drugs go away, what possible reason do you have to assume outlawing guns will make guns go away?

These are the questions you should be asking Mr. Holder. And all you well intention morons who are all for gun control should be asking them as well.

Also one more thing, some of you jerk offs on the right will want to take this as a moment to bitch about violent movies and video games. You social conservative moral crusaders should also shut the fuck up. You can have my Grand Theft Auto IV when you pry it out of my cold dead hands.

And finally let's all remember that statistically violent crime has gone down when adjusted for population increases a great deal over the last few decades. I know it seems like it went up but that's only because of an increase in population and a 24/7 news cycle that covers the hell out of these things.

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