So you want Congress to “do something.”

Look, kids, I’m sure you’re all heartfelt and sincere and all about your wish that that crazy bastard hadn’t had that rifle. Honestly I might have been too in your position, though even at your age I wouldn’t have fallen for all the subsequent bullshit you did.

But now that CNN is done with you and once the democrats have stopped busing you around to photo ops and talk shows and you’re sitting back to watch the legislative process steamroll and disarm into helplessness all the people who didn’t shoot up your school, there are a few things you’ll need to know.

Bear has kindly offered to explain those things to you.

A bunch of teens in Florida skipped school and went to Tallahassee to demand more of the same gun control that failed to save their classmates. Like petulant two year-olds, they whined and screamed when they weren’t given what they want when they want it.*

In short, they failed their civics class.

OK, kids. Here’s the down and dirty on what your teachers should have taught you about how the legislative process works…

David! Take the Tide Pod out of your mouth!

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3 Responses to So you want Congress to “do something.”

  1. Mike says:

    As a guy who lives north of the border, I see things like this and I don’t know if I should laugh or cry.

  2. Kentucky says:

    “But . . . but . . . we’re so OUTRAGED and stuff!”

    Yeah. Get back in class or fail the semester.

  3. Unclezip says:

    Damn, that was a fine writeup. Civics are not taught in school anymore, mores the pity.

To the stake with the heretic!