The NRA: Is there nothing it can’t do?

Thus Spake Gersh (AR-15s are horrid and scary and loud) Kuntzman:

The NRA is to blame for police shooting of Philando Castile by encouraging citizens to arm themselves

(There’s no edifying reason whatever to click on that link. I’m just stuck for a morning post and thought it was funny. Except for this bit right here…)

[I]t’s all due to the NRA’s twisted, sick perversion of the Second Amendment from a cherished right to keep and bear arms as part of a well-regulated national defense into a call to “stand your ground” in all circumstances.

Lo, oh America! We have lost our cherished right to get drafted into a giant national army…or something. I’m not at all sure what he finds to cherish about the State’s monopoly on violence, except – presumably – that he imagines it absolves him of any responsibility for what happens next.

Which it doesn’t, you pathetic little c…(ahem) Sorry. I’ve got it back now.

Gersh Kuntzman gives me the gift of wanting to kick sand on someone – which, being as I’m a skinny white boy my own self, doesn’t often happen.

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2 Responses to The NRA: Is there nothing it can’t do?

  1. MJR says:

    I’ve stopped reading stuff from shemales like Kuntzman some time ago. They are an example of people who suffer from a form of cognitive bias known as the Dunning–Kruger effect. Regardless of who reads this trash very little, if anything will change for those who already have firearms, ammo and the means to reload. He refuses to realize that firearms are already out there and no amount of whining and moaning will make it go away.

  2. Kentucky says:

    Well, he wishes that somebody (else) would just collect all those nasty things from all those knuckle-draggers . . .

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