Quote of the day—jack burton

Guns owners are disrespectful of authority. A failure to rely on authorities is an invariable sign of improper and overly independent attitudes. The mere fact that they gather together to talk about guns at gun shops, gun shows, shooting ranges, and on the internet means that they have some plot going against us normal people. A gun owner has no right to associate with another gun owner.

Therefore, to help ensure our right to happiness and safety we must ban and seize all guns from private hands, and forbid NRA-based criticism towards people who are only trying to help. Searching the homes of all NRA members for any guns and pro-gun literature will go a long way towards reducing crime.

jack burton
November 14, 2012
Comment to Columnist: Gun control doesn’t control enough.
[I’m pretty sure this was sarcasm. But I don’t know for sure.

Regardless, ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ!—Joe]


8 thoughts on “Quote of the day—jack burton

  1. So, we NON-members of the NRA are safe, then. Good to know.

    And don’t bandy it about….shhhhh….. Everyone will know about our gatherings.

  2. The one who typed it doubtless was sarcastic. But the problem is there are thousands at the Daily Kos and Democratic Underground for whom it is not, and they’re reading it saying to themselves “yeah, Yeah!”
    But what do we expect? Dissent hasn’t been patriotic since January 20, 2008, and won’t be again for more than 4 years.

  3. I’m pretty sure this was sarcasm. But I don’t know for sure.

    Scarey when you can’t tell, ain’t it?

  4. Guns owners are disrespectful of authority.
    Speak truth to power.

    These exist simultaneously in the mind of the left, each serving its purspose as required. What authority? What power? Well there are two– liberty and reason on one hand, coercion and contusion on the other. Depending on which one you serve, you’ll righteously disrespect one and uphold the other. In either case, you believe you’re struggling for “freedom”.

    But there are two “freedoms”– freedom from right, to do wrong, and freedom from wrong, to do right.

    Whether the author of the quote was being sarcastic or serious doesn’t matter. Could be either one and it makes no difference.

  5. Note that those on the far Left have the delusion that they are besieged, when in fact they control the state, they control the vast civil service bureaucracies, they control the news and entertainment media that force the rest of us to swim in a sea of agitprop all our lives.

    They tell themselves that they want to “speak truth to power,” but in fact they speak power to truth, all day, every day. A day is coming soon that I don’t like to think about, when all of us are going to have to make some hard choices–but best not to speak too specifically about what I mean, lest I invite a visit from the government, which is there to help me.

  6. The writer expects this, so here it comes! Jack Burton, your extra-constitutional “search” of NRA members’ homes will result in an extra-constitutional reply, which will be moving at about 2700 feet per second to terminate the search.

  7. “They tell themselves that they want to “speak truth to power,” but in fact they speak power to truth…”.

    I like that. It says it like it is.

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