Posts tagged "guns"

A Modest Proposal* by 2nd Amendment Gun Absolutists

A Modest Proposal *by 2nd Amendment Absolutists Stand your ground. Thanks to Uncle ALEC and the deep pocketed gun lobbyists of the NRA and the gun absolutists of the Gun Owners of America, under the Castle doctrine  it is legal to shoot first and ask questions later. So if ever one of those other types... Read more »

Cities Under Attack by Gun Toting Yahoos; or Why to Boycott the USA

Guns, bloody deadly guns again. I thought after Columbine, America would get it. We didn’t. I thought after Aurora CO. I knew after Newtown CT. Nope. Not enough ripped apart children paid with their short lives to fill the coffers of the gun lobbyists at the NRA. More the NRA cried, more guns.  So now three American Yahoos... Read more »

One less Wal-Mart or Dick's shopper

Kiss me goodbye Dick’s and Wal-Mart. Never again will I buy even a piece of gum in any store that makes money off killing kids (and others) by selling military assault weaponry and ammunition. I’m boycotting you two. If Newtown CT showed anything, it is at guns are killing our young. GUNS. I know I’m... Read more »
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NEW Fox offering, the Shooting Channel

New from the Fox, underwritten by the NRA, is the show you’ve waited for. The Shooting Channel. Daily a murderous rampage will be dissected, glorifying the mass murderer with details from his–and it is usually his–life. With full documentation as to why gun control wouldn’t have stopped yet another person from killing Americans and the... Read more »

In God We Trust

Though the right-wing wraps themselves in the Bible, repeating the mantra “In God we Trust” (even on license plates in Florida); BUT at the end of the day–it is the arms merchants of death where the right puts its money and support. God isn’t as powerful as a big ass gun for these boys and... Read more »
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