From Pine View Farm

Have Cake, Eat It Too 2

E. J. Dionne skewers the hysterical rhetoric of the ammosexual lobby:

The apologists for the weapons industry – they pass themselves off as the gun rights movement – demonstrate their intellectual bankruptcy by regularly contradicting themselves with a straight face.

On the one hand, President Barack Obama’s modest initiatives to keep guns out of the wrong hands are denounced as an outlandish abuse of his executive powers. . . .

Yet there was the National Rifle Association itself making fun of Obama’s actions for being puny. “This is it, really?” said the NRA’s Jennifer Baker. “They’re not really doing anything.” The same NRA put up a frightening online video declaring that Obama is “our biggest threat to national security.”

These folks are willing to say anything–everything–so as to be able to continue fondling their ammosex toys.



  1. George Smith

    January 7, 2016 at 4:04 pm

    The white gun bully army of America has a lot of beliefs to go with their passing off of intimidation demonstrations as patriotism.’

    They think they’re a silent majority. They think the people who wrote the Constitution were exactly like them. They think that the rising sale of guns means that a majority of Americans are buying guns, not that their demographic is hoarding, treasuing and stockpiling them. And everything, absolutely everything, is about the tyranny of Barack Obama, aimed directly at them, and more bluntly, a black criminal who is coming for them.

    And it’s all spelled out by one of the ceremonial leaders of the gun bully army, Ted Nugent.

    It’s all there. And for the second time in as little as a month he dances right up to the line of calling for people to open fire on their many enemies.

  2. Frank

    January 7, 2016 at 4:12 pm

    As I said earlier about events in Oregon, they are their own little uprising, all by themselves alone.

    Speaking of Oafs in Oregon, Bad Tux has come up with a great term: Vanilla ISIS.