Gun cartoon of the day

I’m not sure how to take this one.

It could be the kid is frowning because there are so many laws which are so complex that he has to start when very young in order to learn them all. Or it could be the artist intended to say the kid shouldn’t have to worry about the existence of guns and should be listening to fairy tales of a different type.

6 thoughts on “Gun cartoon of the day

  1. I think the kid is frowning because even a child can figure out that the NFA is bogus.

    example:
    In the Miller case, the firearm is not a proper militia arm, so it is not protected by the 2nd Amendment.
    In the Rybar case, the firearm IS a proper militia arm, so it is not protected by the 2nd Amendment.

  2. I think the book is either too thin, or it contains VERY TINY small print…possibly both.

  3. I’d go with both… A copy of the federal laws alone, in a normal size book with a normal size font, is rather impressive in size… even more so if you include state and local laws.

    And that look is not unknown to me, apparently I get that same look on my face whenever I’m flipping through them…

  4. But Koveras, there’s only three or four federal gun laws, weak ones at that!

    Paul Helmke said so himself!

  5. Paul Helmke is full of “stuff.”

    If only we could get it down to three or four laws…

  6. Perhaps the cartoon is intended to mean that the idea that there are laws against firearms is a mere fairy tale. That accounts for the fact that the dictator-enablers refer to every new restriction as “a reasonable limitation on the easy acquisition of firearms”, demonstrating a complete amnesia about the last law they supported as “a reasonable limitation on the easy acquisition of firearms.”

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