Gun cartoon of the day

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This is in contrast to my usual type of gun cartoon because I was so annoyed about the cartoon I posted last night. Those people who claim “We’ve got to do something about guns!” and demand additional restrictions on the exercise of this specific enumerated right have crap for brains or evil intent. This cartoon illuminates the mental deficiencies and/or deliberate deception.

6 thoughts on “Gun cartoon of the day

  1. Two things:
    Could you reference where the cartoon came from? Good to do in general, in fact.
    Also, unrelated but I don’t know how else to report it: this blog has been acting rather flaky at times. Yesterday morning it would come up empty on repeated attempts (headline and landscape photos but no content at all). If it didn’t fail that way, it would fail instead with an “internal server error”. It cleared up by mid-day.

    • The most recent set of cartoons I got from ar15.com. Usually it is some collection that doesn’t give me information about the original paper or even date. Sorry.

      The blog has been having problems for a couple weeks. The hosting provider has not be helpful. I need to bug them some more.

  2. friends:

    law, 25 years, a good part, major felonies, both sides.

    once had a client, about 5’3″ & 120 lbs or so, kill a guy with a 40 ounce bottle (full) of mickies stout. seemed to work pretty well. sister of a very good friend, killed w/ a river rock. knives, of course. cannot remember any tire irons or claw hammers, but, they would have worked just as well, no doubt.

    john jay

    p.s. bare hands and baseball bats work rather well, too. no direct experience w/ clients using such things, but familiar w/ many such cases. local stuff, doesn’t make the papers.

    john jay

  3. William S. Burroughs once quipped: “After a shooting, they always want to take the guns away from the people who didn’t do it.”

    • Well, for the sake of clarity; they want to do that ahead of time. They think the shooting gives them some semblance of an excuse.

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