Quote of the day—Paul Quinn‏ @PQuinn2007

Yet another lifelong member of the micro penis club chimes in. With yet another totally lame & stupid comment.

Paul Quinn‏ @PQuinn2007
Tweeted on July 18, 2019
[It’s another Markley’s Law Monday!

H/T to The Original SPQR in 3D‏ @SPQRzilla.

The best response as of the time of creating this post was from s a hinchcliffe‏ @SAHinchcliffe. She said:

Yet another misogynist exposes his Pro-Rape, Pro-Domestic Violence support


I have nothing to add to that.—Joe]


4 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Paul Quinn‏ @PQuinn2007

  1. Hmm. Clearly, there are those who believe that a series of insults constitutes an argument. Both retorts presented follow that belief. The second amendment however does NOT say;
    Some compensation being necessary for those with tiny penises, the right of those with small penises to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

    But that still would leave open the fact that “the right” being referred to is apparently assumed to pre-exist, and that said right is immune from any and all infringement.

    But the second is not limited to those with small penises, or to those with penis at all, so we’re left with;
    1. The right is treated as a pre-existing one.
    2. The right is treated as necessary for the security of a free state.
    3. The right is not to be infringed.
    4. The right has nothing to do with penises.

    So where do the insults come in at all when, clearly, the issue demands clear and rational consideration? They come from people having emotional problems, and no argument whatsoever (is this an insult or an observation?). These people will eventually end up a) changing their position in favor of liberty, or b) advocating for, or engaging in, physical violence, being that such is the behavior of the emotion-driven, angst-ridden soul.

    It always boils down to some simple axioms;
    The power-hungry are not rational people. They’re driven by lust for control.
    The power-hungry hate the truth, and will do anything in their power to suppress it.
    The power-hungry will always get around to an attempt to disarm their would-be victims, so as to have the “freedom” to do as they please with them.
    If allowed to dominate, and if the truth cannot be totally suppressed, the power-hungry will invariably resort to mass murder.

    This is the character of the current remnants of Rome, which upholds the characters, mindsets and practices of Ancient Rome, Greece, Medo-Persia, and Babylon. It is represented perfectly by the statue in Nebuchadnezzar’s dream as interpreted in the Book of Daniel.

    Once upon a time, and NOT long ago, the entire Protestant world understood all of these things, and shouted them in the streets and from the rooftops. They even carved these ideas into stone so the world would never forget, and which people today can readily see and yet fail to understand. And so the question is; What the hell happened to the Protestant Reformation?

    Well there was a Counter-Reformation of course, and so, as a culture, we have systematically un-learned that which we once stood for! We’ve abandoned and then forgotten that upon which we built a civilization. That foundation of Western Civilization has been broken up into rubble, corrupted, misrepresented and therefore easily ridiculed.

    Thus we are surely doomed. Have fun arguing and fighting about it; it will make no difference.

  2. Kevin at Smallest Minority has a post whose thesis is that old men should be dangerous. Women should be dangerous as well. USUALLY they are smaller, lighter, and weaker than men (there are exceptions, but as someone said “The race does not always go to the swift or the fight to the strong”, but that’s the way to bet).

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