Quote of the day—Andrew Rosenthal

On Thursday, President Obama renewed his call for legislation, including a ban on some of the most lethal guns (so-called “military-style” assault weapons designed for the singular purpose of killing as many people as possible as quickly as possible.)

Andrew Rosenthal
March 29, 2013
What Now for Gun Control?
[Many millions of these “singular purpose” guns are in use all over the U.S. yet only a few hundred people are killed each year using a rifle of any type yet alone a “assault weapon”.

It’s long past time for the New York Times (Rosenthal works for the NYT) to openly state they are nothing more than a propaganda machine and have concern for, and perhaps no awareness of, facts.—Joe]

2 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Andrew Rosenthal

  1. NYT has made it amphitheater clear already. They needn’t state it directly.

    “…assault weapons designed for the singular purpose of killing as many people as possible as quickly as possible.”

    If we change just one word;
    “…assault weapons designed for the singular purpose of killing as many tyrants as possible as quickly as possible”
    What do we have? I say we have one of the best material things anyone could ask for in this world. Who, after all, would openly claim to value tyrants? Maybe we can add a few more words;
    “…assault weapons designed for the singular purpose of killing as many tyrants and tyrant appeasers as possible as quickly as possible.”

    But then it’s not the singular purpose, is it? A good rifle or carbine has many purposes, but fending off tyrants is one of the most important uses to which it could be put. Such is the purpose of the second amendment of course, and that is exactly why the Progressives (and communists, common criminals, jihadists, et al) hate it.

  2. As the quick-and-dirty response goes, if these rifles are only meant for killing as many people as possible as quickly as possible, why do the police have so many of them.

    … Oh wait.

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