Saturday, December 5, 2015

More reaction to the NYT demand for civil war.

From James Wesley, Rawles: Fighting Words: An Open Letter to Publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.
From Donald Trump: San Bernardino victims "could've protected themselves if they had guns"
Courtesy of Breitbart -- WaPo: NYT Hurting Gun Control Cause by Calling for Confiscation on Front Page
Link to the Pravda-on-the-Potomac article: "The folly of the New York Times pleading for gun control on page 1."
If I can boil their critique down, it comes to this: "Hey, here we were sneaking up on these bitter clingers and you went and blew our cover."


Uncle Elmo said...

And in this morning's installment of 'Theatre of the Absurd'-

Governor Moonbeam Brown has criticized the importation of guns into California from Arizona and Nevada (even though both long guns used in San Bernardino were legally purchased in California).

A talking head on the big L.A. radio station warns about the isolation of Muslims from family and friends by terrorist organizations through social media (even though the San Bernardino murderers took their baby upstairs to Grandma immediately before heading out on their suicide mission).

Anonymous said...

Feel the BURN!

... when 'conspiracy theorists' become PROPHETS.

I can only opine that the the anti-gun brigade is becoming desperate.

Ma Duce

Anonymous said...

There is no demand for civil war. Unless you include your threats against the first amendment. For the record, I will fight for the entire constitution and for this nation's government.

Chiu ChunLing said...

Mike is exercising his First Amendment rights to disagree with those in power, who daily use the threat of state violence against citizens to shut them up. If they can call us criminals and terrorists and we aren't allowed to respond in kind, they that isn't freedom of speech.

It's just unopposed totalitarian propaganda in support of the regime, like they have everywhere.