Y’know, I don’t mind people disagreeing with me…

I don’t even always mind people disagreeing with me when they’re in a position to enforce their opinions with cops and courts, because I don’t know everything and I’m not really all that smart.

But I do object to someone displaying absolute ignorance, at length, in confident and scholarly tones – to the audible mirth of his better-informed audience – learning nothing from what should be an utterly humiliating experience, and then casting votes locking his idiocy into enforceable law. Enforceable, let us not forget, with the very guns he claims to be saving his victims from.

This goes on too long but I urge your patient endurance: This is one of your rulers, your clear moral better, cheerfully and obliviously telling you what’s good for you and how you’re going to get it good and hard despite his not knowing one single thing about the subject.

h/t

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4 Responses to Y’know, I don’t mind people disagreeing with me…

  1. Kentucky says:

    Got as far as his claim that the “Assault Weapons Ban” reduced the number of casualties, and had to leave my desk to go regurgitate my breakfast. I can only imagine the rest of his spiel was of similar brilliance.

  2. Bear says:

    Been exchanging email with that nitwit. He still doesn’t realize that he drafted the bill wrong if he meant to grandfather “assault firearms.”

    And I got to call him a racist for his discriminatory photo ID requirement (the Dems are eliminating “racist ID” for voting in HB 19).

    I hope hs opponent next election cycle licenses this video for his campaign.

  3. Mike says:

    I couldn’t bring myself to watch the entire video. It’s too similar to the nonsense being touted by our Prime Minister in Ottawa and that BS is driving me crazy. The one thing I will say is that whenever I see videos like this, I can’t help but wonder what these people have planned that requires citizens to be unarmed.

  4. Joe says:

    See, hunting guns “go like this,” but guns used for mass murder, in contrast, “go like this.” Why not just admit he doesn’t know?

To the stake with the heretic!