Bigot talk

You just have to shake your head at times. Some people are so bigoted it’s almost beyond belief:

Today, guns are generally preferred by paranoid sociopaths, cowards and vigilantes — as guns have become the implement of choice for the increasing numbers of street gangsters, criminals and domestic terrorists. The profuse abundance of guns and bullets (which is, of course, gained through a provision of capitalist profit in that area of industry) allows for the unhindered pursuit of their endeavors.


What the American people need to clearly understand is the U.S. Constitution is intended to disallow such an introduction of danger and fear into our society. The only way to right a wrong is with a right. The most basic civil right is that of being free from harm.

Today, we are assigned the important responsibility of instructing our representatives in government, to lead with measures which assure our safety and security. The current over-production and indiscriminate distribution of firearms and ammunition must be outlawed and the participants disengaged.

This guy, Mark S. Fuller of Gloucester Massachusetts, is an anti-capitalist, has extremely negative views of gun owners, as well as having no clue as to what a right is. The ignorance and bigotry are mind boggling.


6 thoughts on “Bigot talk

  1. Using his pulling whatever he wishes out of the Constitution, I make the following claim/demand:

    The Constitution guarantees that I will always have the body/libido of a 20 year old, the income of a 55 year old and the wisdom of an 80 year old.

    Further, my wife’s chest will never sag, her libido never lag and her voice never nag.

    Yeah, that’s the ticket…

    Like that’s going to happen.

  2. Let me get this straight…

    The state wants me to pay a fee and ask me all kinds of personal questions to exercise a right… The state wants to license every producer of firearms and require them to serial number everything they make, without room for error… The state wants access to everyone’s police and medical records… The state wants a record of every transaction where a firearm changes hands… The state wants me to submit to training despite the fact that I had two decades of prior experience and no negligent discharge, much less a crime… The state wants to dictate where I may carry a firearm… The state wants to dictate how I transport a firearm… The state wants me to inform them where and when I move anywhere in the country… The state doesn’t trust me to report a theft, so they will automatically assume guilt if I don’t… The state doesn’t trust me with certain types of firearms… The state wants every bullet and case to have an identification… The state doesn’t trust me to defend my life without violating someone else’s rights…

    …and I’m the paranoid one?

    Let me recycle a slogan popular with the leftists: I don’t go to bed afraid that gun owners are hiding under my bed.

  3. Not to mention the fact that he’s a subliterate moron who obviously found a case of commas on sale at Office Depot.

  4. That’s because I bought the last case of ellipses on the shelf. He really didn’t have a choice.

  5. Yep, and automobiles are the implement of choice for these same subhumans for moving around the country.
    It’s time for reasonable regulation on these instruments of mass movement!

    Dang, where’s a smiley when you need one? 😉

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