Quote of the day—Kurt Schlichter

You can’t put anything behind you with these people, because there is nothing to put behind you. It’s all a lie. You are not a racist. Your guns won’t hurt anyone but criminals and aspiring tyrants. And the leftists know it. They know they are spewing skeevy slanders, and if you give in on this one – handing over your AR-15 and hanging your head over prejudices you don’t possess – the libs and their newsprint lackeys will just club you with another set of grievances that you can only atone for through further submission.

It will never end. They will always hate you. Always. Nothing you can do will change that. Nothing. So get used to it and invite them to pound sand.

Kurt Schlichter
August 8, 2019
They Will Still Hate You Even If You Disarm
[Via email from Chet.

Stand up to them and tell them the adults are in charge. Temper tantrums from people that act like two year old’s and insults from people that act like they are in Junior High will be dealt with appropriately.—Joe]

3 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Kurt Schlichter

  1. So strange how that works. but he’s spot on. No matter what you do. It won’t be enough.
    Like the scene in “Blackhawk Down”. Their shooting at us sir, what should we do? Shoot back! came the answer.

  2. This post also helps to explain the rise of the left: we have too many adults who are still children, and they still need adult supervision well into adulthood.

    They do not know what it means to take responsibility. Instead, they view themselves as victims and not adults.

  3. Perhaps not directly on topic, but somewhat associated, those of us possessing long term partnerships with reality have been aware for some time of the craziness of the Left, and the rate at which it is increasing.

    I wonder if Schlicter has tumbled to what could – possibly – be an antidote, however minor.

    In mental instability there is often a “ratcheting effect,” performing like a feedback loop; once a resistance threshold has been crossed the feedback constantly increases the instability.

    I wonder if “no” – to everything the instability demands – might be enough of a “shocking initiator” to introduce a correction. Or, it might simply lead to reinforcing the feedback loop and heighten the instability.

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