Gun cartoon of the day

It’s what they think of us.

But I suppose that is almost fair. With 60+ million disarmed people murdered by their own governments in the 20th Century I think of people who have their inalienable right to keep and bear arms infringed but continue to live in such a country as suicidal lunatics.

4 thoughts on “Gun cartoon of the day

  1. http://aroundtheedges.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/tiananmen-square-tank1-1808.jpg

    We don’t know this brave man’s name. We don’t know his fate, but you’d have to be pretty thick to not put “Murdered by his Government” high on that list.

    Moral of this story? No matter how brave you are, standing in front of a tank disarmed is NOT a good place to be.

    But at least the side that ushered off an unarmed student to an execution chamber and a mass grave can claim moral superiority to us gun-toting lunatics…..or something…

    And those of us in Massachusetts can be VERY pleased that these 4 brutal murders “don’t count” because somehow “Gun Death” is a relevant number.
    http://www.weerdworld.com/2010/gun-death/

  2. I’m not sure I understand. Why does the dictionary say “U.S.A. / Europe“? Why does he say he can’t find the definition, then reads the definition?

    At least someone seems to be admitting that they have their own “dictionary” i.e. their own language.

  3. It depends on how you want to count them. If you count the civilians murdered in conquered countries and refugees from other countries then you get higher numbers than if you just count the people murdered in their own country by a previously benign government. I usually use the lower number because it is easy to justify yet still large enough to make the statistics impossible to ignore.

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