Julius Streicher (before).
"Conservatives are Delusional About Facts on Guns." Well, there are "delusions" and then there are shure 'nuff delusions that can get you killed. Witness this statement:
The good news is there is a compromise available. The word "arms" in the constitution has not been specifically defined, which means it is open to interpretation. Instead of trying to outlaw guns, gun control advocates should simply outlaw the manufacture and sale of bullets. The second amendment would remain intact while gun deaths would fall dramatically. If legislators are uncomfortable with this option, the same thing could be accomplished by increasing the taxes on guns and bullets making them unaffordable for many of the mentally unstable individuals that commit these mass murders. Either way everyone wins.
Who's being delusional now? This guy wants to start a civil war that will probably end with him tried as an enemy of the Constitution, stood against a wall and shot. Hypothetically, of course. My comment is posted below:
"The good news is there is a compromise available. . . gun control advocates should simply outlaw the manufacture and sale of bullets. . . Either way everyone wins."Talk about delusional. Starting a bloody civil war seems an odd way to "prevent gun violence." Especially when, hypothetically speaking, that civil war would likely end with the author being stood against a wall and shot as a dictatorship propagandist and domestic enemy of the Constitution. I think the line from Silverado applies here: "Son, we're going to give you a fair trial followed by a first class hanging." When, oh Lord, will tyrants and their apologists begin to understand that tyranny has personal consequences for the tyrants themselves? In the author's case, Julius Streicher is the example that springs to mind. Throughout history, when someone is served a warrant under the Law of Unintended Consequences, it usually comes as a distinct surprise to the violator who has delusions of invulnerability. Oops.-- Mike VanderboeghGeorgeMason1776@aol.com
Julius Streicher (after).