Tuesday, January 12, 2016

The new "scarlet letter". Or would concentration camp tattoos for us all suit her better?

"Do you know the gun owners in your circle?"

13 comments:

Fayette County, Texas said...

Do we really give a flying fark what these brainless moron lemmings think? They will not be the ones who come to take our firearms away. Their audience is the other brainless moron lemmings along with the gibsmedat scum, I mean democrat voters.

Anonymous said...

I want to see a registry of all practicing Xtian, Muslim and Jewish religious people. I consider teaching a child they will burn in hell if they don't follow the dictates of some grownup's invisible friend to be ritual child abuse, and I do not want my children associating with such families.

I need this to manage screening the kids play dates, until the time the federal government can take these dangerous, warped and psychologically abusive people off the street for re-education- or possibly mass euthanasia of the most intractable.

Fred said...

It always comes out, they can't help it. Bottom couple of sentances in the second paragraph. It's not about the object (guns in this case) it's about the control. They must conttrol your children...for the sake of the children, of course.

Galaxie_Man said...

Yes, Tricia.....I do know who is a gun owner in my circles. I am glad they are my friends, and I feel very safe around them. It's because I know that I am safest when they can provide additional cover fire in a gunfight. The other night, I was in the local Cumberland Farms. The two guys I was talking to are always packing like me, so there were three of us standing there with concealed weapons. That store was the probably the safest place in town to be, unless of course, you were coming in to rob the place. Other patrons coming and going had no idea they were in our invisible envelope of protection.

Please, all you hoplophobes, put that "No Guns in This Home" sign on your front lawn immediately. That way, I don't have to worry about having to shoot a bad guy in my home....because he will be in yours....maybe even on your "safe" kids play date.

FedX_UPS said...

Without her name and address on the list, it would immediately let "The Game" players know her house was easy pickin's...

Tots said...

I wonder if the moron who wrote the opinion piece considered "Asking" her friends if they owned guns before visiting before advocating for an advertisement on gun owner location?

As a side note, a common theme I see in these articles lumps suicide in with other gun violence. The implication there is not only to inflate the stats (primary) but that we must save ourselves from ourselves (secondary).

I would say, "Gotta love it," but I don't. I completely detest the deliberate waste of time the left imposes on us through their "Advanced Thinking".

Anonymous said...

this woman is an utter and complete moron; not just a moron. Whatever goofball she ran into with the "dull knife" made her day a very lucky day because even I, an old lady by most standards, carries an extremely sharp knife when I choose to be armed with one. She IS the meaning behind the saying: a liberal is a conservative who hasn't been mugged yet. Maybe next time the potential mugger will not be a homeless crackhead on his last legs with a dull knife but a 6 foot, athletically built dude straight out of Attica just looking to beat the daylights out of some whiny little bi___ like her. And she talks about an uncanny ability to dodge bullets from criminals guns. Yeah right! I'm sure she often walks through areas like Brooklyn's East New York at midnight where even the cops keep their heads on a swivel. I'm telling you, these people live so far from reality that they can't see it with a telescope. They're not even worth our time commenting on them here..

Anonymous said...

Strange - but the anti-gun people around me seem to be wearing tiny red dots ...

Anyone else noticed this phenomena?

Ma Duce

Anonymous said...

She claims - I know how to stay out of the line of Baltimore's illegal gunfire; I have the luxury of being white and middle class in a largely segregated city that reserves most of its shootings for poor, black neighborhoods overtaken by "the game." Apparently it doesn't concern her if "those people" get shot; she's concerned only about herself.

Uncle Elmo said...

The authoress is "less afraid of the criminals wielding guns in Baltimore" than a law abiding citizen with a firearm on his hip.

Proof positive that liberalism is a mental disorder.

Dr.D said...

Gun owners, the "niggers" of the 21st century.

Dr.D

Ed said...

I call "BS" on this story:

"...My brother-in-law, who lives in Florida, told of a neighbor stopping by to shoot the breeze in his suburban driveway, a handgun holstered at the man's waist as their kids played nearby."

Open carry is prohibited in Florida except for a few limited activities such as fishing, hunting, camping and travel to and from a firing range. Perhaps the the neighbor stopping by to chat with the brother-in-law was still in his police officer or deputy sheriff's uniform?

The author should just presume that everyone else owns a gun, and keep her children at home. Don't bother reminding her that a home with a pool has a higher probability of harming her children.

Michael said...

Wow - I read through a large portion of the comments and 100% were opposed to the author's ridiculous position. I did not see one comment which even partly agreed with her. I cannot recall seeing such one sided commentary on a mainstream media site discussion of firearms.