Tuesday, July 24, 2012

If you are an honest citizen......

Why can't you have any gun you can afford? You don't need it? It's too dangerous?

Or it just scares the shit out of the people who own us? 

If you don't have at least one gun by now you deserve what your going to get. You have to live in fear that guys like me don't just show up and take anything we want because we know your defenseless and not very bright if it comes to crunch time. 

The most important person in feudalism was the knight. That's because he had a big fucking sword and wasn't afraid to use it. Now, we may never need a weapon in a thousand lifetimes but if I was in that theater the other night that asshole would have been...., let's say,....HOLY!

You ever notice that none of these nuts try to shoot up a NRA meeting or a gun show...let alone a cop party, right?

Not exactly rocket science my friend!

The NRA Has America Living Under the Gun | NationofChange

You might think Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of and spokesman for the mighty American gun lobby, the National Rifle Association, has an almost cosmic sense of timing. In 2007, at the NRA’s annual convention in St. Louis, he warned the crowd that, “Today, there is not one firearm owner whose freedom is secure.” Two days later, a young man opened fire on the campus of Virginia Tech, killing 32 students, staff and teachers. Just last week, LaPierre showed up at the United Nations Conference on the Arms Trade Treaty here in New York and spoke out against what he called “anti-freedom policies that disregard American citizens’ right to self-defense.” Now at least 12 are dead in Aurora, Colorado, gunned down at a showing of the new film, The Dark Knight Rises, a Batman movie filled with make-believe violence. One of the guns the shooter used was an AK-47 type assault weapon that was banned in 1994. The ban ran out in 2004. Obviously, LaPierre’s timing isn’t cosmic, just coincidental and unfortunate; as Shakespeare famously wrote, the fault is not in our stars, but in ourselves. In other words, people -- people with guns. There are some 300 million guns in the United States, one in four adult Americans owns at least one and most of them are men. According to the British newspaper The Guardian, over the last 30 years, “the number of states with a law that automatically approves licenses to carry concealed weapons provided an applicant clears a criminal background check has risen from eight to 38.”

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