Quote of the day—Rep. John Kowalko

I’ve got a suggestion for you and your fellow gun worshipers (sic), Instead of wearing a mask stick the barrel of your piece in your mouth. Maybe those 14 children killed in Texas would have been safer from the virus and you psycho, small-penis gun fondlers.

John Kowalko
Delaware state Rep. (D)
Posted on Facebook May 26, 2022
Dem State Rep. Goes On Fake-Fact-Checker Facebook Meltdown, Tells ‘Small-Penis’ Gun Supporters To Kill Themselves
[It’s not only another Markley’s Law Monday, it is another science denier!

Via email from Rolf.

This is what they think of you. They want you dead.—Joe]


15 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Rep. John Kowalko

  1. Hopefully he’s on someone’s local accountability list.


    Jeff B.

  2. One thing about a lot of liberals that never ceases to astound and confound me is the dichotomy between what they profess (care and concern for their fellow man) and their unfettered desire for.those that disagree with them to be violently dealt with. For all their vaunted intelligence and abilities, why can they not control such base instincts? I really think that Rush Limbaugh got it right when he explained liberalism as a mental disorder. That really is the only explanation that fits the exhibitions that are continually put on display. This guy would likely want to blame cars for drunk drivers too. Makes just as much sense.

    • It truly is a marvel. And like the kid in the meme said; My teacher told me that guns kill people. So I told her my pencil failed my math test.
      He’s certainly a good example of why criminal intent and criminal negligence have the same penalty.

    • The reason for what you call “liberals” doing what they do is very simple, and easily understood once you understand the ages-old game in the world; the insatiable lust and quest for absolute power, even over life and death.

      It is therefore a war against liberty. And, in war, according to Tsu and others, lying to the enemy is not merely permissible, but laudable, if it furthers the cause.

      Now certainly you can get stuck in the weeds, needlessly trying to differentiate between those who understand all the lies to be lies and those who actually believe the lies, but that is a pointless exercise. Leave that for Judgement Day, and it becomes much easier. It’s not necessarily our job to read minds and find out which Romans are doing the hypnotism (but it’s the Jesuits, in large part, just so you can’t claim you were never told) and who is being hypnotized by them. Just try to make sure you’re not in either category.

  3. Between him and Biden, that’s two strikes on Delaware. Something in the water?
    Oh well, all mouth and gut-wind from rainbow commie collective.
    Maybe him and his friends can pass another law. Write some really strongly worded letters and hit the talk show circuit. That will stop use.
    He’s just another Bozo in Clownworld, who looks like he enjoys passing out drunk in gay bathhouses.
    They must have mail-in fraud voting in Delaware also?

  4. So we have a State Representative going on record saying he wants his constituents dead? Nice guy.
    Let me guess: he’s still on Facebook.

  5. Remember when most people at least tried to sound educated and cultured? And should they slip up they were embarrassed?

    It seems that it all started in the 60s and 70s as our Western Culture started to be dismantled one brick at a time. There were the futurists such as Alvin Toffler (author of Future Shock – open marriage, …), and The Club of Rome, and area studies (my undergraduate major is in African and Middle Eastern Studies, with History, Political Science, and Economics minors – all useless).

    Then, there was casual Fridays followed by suits disappearing along with the language. English became optional. First names became common place. Informal became the rule. Next our historical figures and founders became the enemy. Now, the least cultured have become our leaders.

    • Club of Rome turned out to be a bunch of very skilled frauds.

      • Yep. Their model was like predator prey models (just a system of differential equation based on if then… and counting the results) or a computer spreadsheet which had not yet been invented in 1970. GICO comes to mind. At best it was a ‘what if’ at a very crude level. But it had a widespread impact.

        What we did know then is that it looked like the world was on a collision course of not being able to feed the world. Then came the green revolution.

        Today’s global warming as an existential threat is no different.

        Predictive modeling is an oxymoron that always needs to be taken with a grain of salt. Among other things, systems adapt, and interactions occur.

    • Toffler didn’t write “Open Marriage”. That was a married couple, Nena O’Neill and George O’Neill, who later got divorced.

      Other than that nitpick, I generally agree with you. One thing that continues to bother me is the use of foul language in my professional work environment. When even the CEO of the company doesn’t have a problem dropping lots of “f-bombs” in public it seems just like the world has gone to trash.

      I don’t recall it being like this 20 years ago. And certainly not 30 years ago. Back with I worked in a logging camp, yeah, there was lots of crude language. But not once I got my first engineering job. That started changing in the last 10 to 20 years.

      • I did not mean to say that Toffler wrote “Open Marriage”, but if I remember correctly he did discuss the concept if not the name. It has been 50 years since I read it.

  6. I recall the left being all in concert when they were telling us to NEVER paint a whole group “with a broad brush”, that doing such a thing was pure bigotry! Clearly, that deeply held belief of theirs is just as flexible and dispensable as any of their other (feigned) principles.

    Of course it’s always been all one-sided with the left. WE are supposed to “tolerate” them, for the sake of open-mindedness and general goodness, but they will never tolerate us. WE must never, ever “paint with a broad brush” (for shame, shame, shame!) but we are always painted by them with a broad brush. We are suppose to “compromise” with them, but for them to compromise with us would be a crime against humanity, and so on, and on, and on, ad infinitum.

    And so if anyone commits a crime using a Prius, then, by their reasoning as demonstrated here, every Prius owner is a blood-thirsty killer-in-waiting, obviously, because look at the proof right there, that Prius in the garage!

  7. “To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.” Isaiah 8:20

  8. I’d suggest that he move to a country where guns are banned for the ordinary folk, but I’m sure he wouldn’t – as an immigrant, he’d be one of the ordinary folk instead of privileged to make policy for the men with government guns.

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