This post is for the gun-loving, Second Amendment-cheering, Red State/redneck half of the American public (and the majority of Greene and Columbia County residents who proudly vote Tea Party Republican).
There’s been another mass shooting, this time at a community college in Oregon. Ten dead, no big deal. Watch the liberals come out and wring their scrawny hands and cry and whine for gun control. Predictable, right?
Why don’t those leftists get it? Why can’t they see all this complaining about all the guns out there only masks the real solution to this problem? Which is, of course, that we need more guns and no restrictions on them. If even one of those community college students out in Oregon had been armed, chances are this latest incident wouldn’t even have happened? Right? Right?
Captions by New York Times, aerial photos by Google Earth.
All right, fucktards, enough of your point of view. Picture this: you’re having breakfast with your buds at your favorite spot in Hudson or Catskill or Tannersville or Windham. In walks a pissed-off progressive with an AR-15. “Here’s a tea party for you,” he says and opens fire. You die with a mouthful of bacon and eggs.
Assuming your imagination stretches that far, how would you address a situation such as the above? Would you:
A) Start taking your AR-15 every place you go, including breakfast?
B) Lobby for a change in gun registration laws to prevent any Democrat from owning a firearm?
C) Loudly proclaim that the only way to stop a bad guy with a gun is with a good guy with a gun?
You’re probably thinking that my hypothetical scenario is ridiculous, because no liberal would have the balls to bring a rifle into a gathering of country Republicans at breakfast. The truth is that most progressives don’t even own a gun, and that is by choice.
But you’re crazy if you think the current state of affairs will last forever. As more and more Americans die by gun violence, and more and more family members and friends are devastated by their deaths, things will start to change.
One way or another, eventually the number of guns in “private” hands will shrink dramatically.
By ballot or bullet, as you like to say.