“There is no real ending. It’s just the place where you stop the story.”

― Frank Herbert

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

What's wrong with this picture?


This is part of Bloomberg's campaign to energize the Anti-2nd Amendment crowd.  He is spending $50 million dollars of his own money, pumping it into some of the more obnoxious outfits like the Brady Bunch, The Southern Poverty Law Center, etc.   They put this out all over the country and all over the internet.

Someone asked the everytown.org people if they really thought the cartridge cases came flying out the muzzle.  Seems like if you want to prevent other people from owning something, you should at least know a tiny bit about the object of your efforts.

That set off a hilarious round of finger pointing amongst the minions of Der Fuhrer Bloomberg, all blaming each other.  The British have a word that fits these people better than any American word. They are "twits."  It's not vulgar, it just means total nitwits.




Our new gun rights protection bill is being signed into law tomorrow and takes effect 1 July. NBC and the left are frothing at the mouth. I linked the NBC article in the "interesting news articles" at the top of the page, but here's a little quote from it.

"Americans for Responsible Solutions, the group co-founded by former Arizona congresswoman Gabby Giffords, has called the legislation “the most extreme gun bill in America,” and mounted an aggressive campaign against it. So have other gun-control organizations, including Mayors Against Illegal Guns, the group started by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg."


Here's an update concerning the ongoing .22 shortage, from an Arizona station.


11 comments:

  1. It looks super fast though and pretty too.

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    1. Well, yeah. From an aesthetic point of view I have to agree with you. ;-)

      They're still twits, though, even if they can draw pretty cartridges.

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  2. Seems to me that if the anti-gun people would work half as hard at getting guns out of the hands of criminals as they do trying to stop honest citizens from owning guns, they might actually accomplish something good.

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    1. That's something they never understand. Most of them live in their own little gated community dream world. They have no practical understanding of real life. They don't understand that disarming the honest citizen just makes them easier prey for the criminals out there. Nor do they care. People don't mean anything at all to them. All they care about is forcing everyone else to live under the rules they make up for their Eutopia. I personally don't care what laws they pass. I'm never going to have my wife or daughter hurt because some pencil pushing rich guy bureaucrat deprived me of the means to protect them. Thank God I live in a Southern state, where the New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Washington State, California drones will never dictate how ordinary citizens live. I don't blame the people who are fleeing the hive and coming down here. We welcome them.

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  3. Theres a video on the innerwebs like this. Search for Dissident Frogman. He had a video a while back where a woman in a burqa is hold 2-3 CARTRIDGES and claims the US had shot at her with them. Supposedly, the US media ran with it.
    Huzzah on Ga's new gun law, lots to like there. Wish my state could get our act together thusly.

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    1. Actually, I have always admired South Carolina and their courageous stand on Southern Heritage. Years ago, when things were slow around the Jesse Jackson and Hosiah Williams places, they kicked up a big stink about the flying of the Confederate battle flag in the South. Own own governor at the time, a wimp named Roy Barnes who was essentially nothing more than a lackey of the Fieldale Poultry Company, changed our state flag to what was called "Barnes' banner of shame." But South Carolina didn't change a thing, despite all the contrived squalling by rabble rousers like Jackson. The next election we kicked Barnes out and replaced his flag with what amounted to a pre Civil War state flag, but the bad taste remains from the whole episode.

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  4. as my mum would say "silly sods, don't know their bum from their elbow".

    as in sod a clump of earth (you cant get more stupid than dirt is also another saying of hers)

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  5. I get "sods" and I couldn't agree more. I also know it is used in a different fashion, as a British Corporal of the Guard in Germany would not let one of our convoys into their base area because no one had told him we were coming. There was an argument between him and our Corporal who was NCOIC of the convoy, and the British Corporal said we could "sod off." Fortunately his Sergeant came before things got out of hand. Even back then, I knew that some situations are better handled by noncommissioned officers and so I remained discreetly in my jeep while all this went on, least I also be told to "sod off" and subsequently lose face with my own men. I haven't thought of that in years!

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