Saturday, June 14, 2014

Guns And Ammo

NRA's "really big problem": Why it's dependent on a dwindling fringe
Cliven Bundy, Wayne LaPierre (Credit: Reuters/Steve Marcus/AP/Evan Vucci)
Elias Isquith has an article to start us off on the topic of Guns And Ammo with a piece in, "NRA’s 'really big problem': Why it’s dependent on a dwindling fringe."

And what does this have to do with criminalizing Conservatism? Esquith tells us that the "Gun lobby is now reliant on an increasingly radical right-wing sect -- and that spells trouble, an expert explains."

Gun nuts are Sheeplets with a strange penis implant strapped to their hips, and what do they do when confronted by unmistakable evidence? They lie, as Conservatives do because they have to as we see in a story over at The Daily Beast, "This Gun Nut Says Most School Shootings Aren’t Real."

Here are the figures:

We know that the NRA has blood on their hands, but we need to assign much of the blame for the gun deaths in this country to the gun nuts who ignore the meaning of the Second Amendment. A law professor explains: "My modest discovery is that the Second Amendment belongs to a large family of similarly structured constitutional provisions: They command a certain thing while at the same time explaining their reasons. Because some of the provisions appeal to liberals and some to conservatives, they offer a natural test suite for any proposed interpretation of the Second Amendment. If the interpretive method makes sense with all the provisions, that's a point in its favor. But if it reaches the result that some may favor for the Second Amendment only by reaching patently unsound results for the other provisions, we should suspect that the method is flawed.  (



"Grown men should not be having sex with prostitutes unless they are married
to them."

Reverend Jerry Falwell.