Saturday, January 12, 2013

According to this the blowback has been bad enough

that Obama & Co. have given up on a 'assault weapons' ban and want to concentrate on magazines or something else they think they can shove through.

The number of people buying an AR or AK, or a 'high-capacity' pistol- and every magazine in sight- may have scared the crap out of some of the clowns involved.  Especially considering the statements by so may along the lines of "No, I won't turn it in."

Biden flapping his mouth about executive orders might well have been what he believed; doesn't mean Obama & Co. were serious*.  And the amount of "In a pigs ass" from people surely didn't go over well. 

I imagine a lot of Democrats in Congress have been passing the word that if such were done, the next election would be really, really bad for Democrats.

So, quite probably the big things to watch for are pushes for some type of registration, some type of magazine ban, trying to end private sales.

*Yeah, I think if they thought they could get away with it, they would; there's got to be SOMEBODY around these Stalin wannabes who'd point out that- especially with all the Obama voters looking at their paycheck and saying "What the hell!"- they can't.  Also pointing out that trying to alter the Constitution by exec order was likely to result in someone- well, more than one- putting together impeachment charges.

A while back I was asked to give a talk

on old firearms to some people.  I said that the first thing that should always be done is 'Make sure it's not loaded; if it is, unload it.' 
Apparently I talked to the wrong people.

Friday, January 11, 2013

Nanny Bloomberg, you are a sorry piece of socialist shit

with a desire to become Stalin.  Fuck you and every nanny-state urge that floats into your wormy brain.
Number two, supposing it is really true, so you didn’t get enough painkillers and you did have to suffer a little bit. The other side of the coin is people are dying and there’s nothing perfect … There’s nothing that you can possibly do where somebody isn’t going to suffer, and it’s always the same group [claiming], ‘Everybody is heartless.’ Come on, this is a very big problem.”
The BIG problem is you, you miserable little asshole.  You fit right in with the DEA assholes who throw doctors in jail for prescribing more pain meds than the DEA assholes like.

Seems appropriate right now

So the next person arrested under this law should go after the police

and the DA with all legal means.  And everyone who's been convicted under it should raise every kind of hell possible.
They've just demonstrated that 'equal justice under the law' means nothing to them, that they will NOT enforce the law equally.

Chief Lanier, you've just demonstrated your lack of integrity, you're a sorry excuse for a lawman.
And the DA: you just flat suck; you've thrown your integrity(such as it was) in the trash.

One of those nasty bits of history the gun bigots don't like

people to know about:
Indeed, gun owners even without guns were dangerous because they knew how to use guns and tend to be resourceful, independent-minded persons. A Swiss manual on armed resistance stated with such experiences in mind:
Should you be so trusting and turn over your weapons you will be put on a "black list" in spite of everything. The enemy will always need hostages or forced laborers later on (read: "work slaves") and will gladly make use of the "black lists." You see once again that you cannot escape his net and had better die fighting. After the deadline, raids coupled with house searches and street checks will be conducted.6

 And a question: since that little clown Piers Morgan thinks the Constitution is 'your little book', why the hell does he want to stay in this country?

Or is it that nobody wants his slimy, fake-photo, insider-trading ass back in Britain?

Want a damn good burger in Oklahoma City?

Try Patti Wagon, on May just south of NW 36th.  Just had lunch with son before he starts back to base;  I got the double-burger, and should have skipped the fries since I couldn't hold more than a few after that burger.

Local grass-fed beef, REAL cheese, and I don't know where they're getting the buns but they beat hell out of those at Whataburger.

So Gen. McChrystal wants to lecture us on what guns we should be allowed

to own...

McChrystal, I want you to answer to the families of the dead, and to the wounded, who ARE 'families of dead' and 'wounded' because of your bullshit.
You let lower-ranked officers hang(after trying to shield them from responsibility for their actions) for FOLLOWING your idiot orders, but you skated.  You really suck.

I wonder if the people dead, maimed, crippled and wounded because of you ever bother your conscience?  Or do you have one?

Well, gee, why would Illinois want to know if you buy


Congratulations, guys; you've just given every student there reason not to trust a word coming out of your mouth.  I'm sure that'll pay great dividends in the future.

Hey, Biden; you and the others might want to read this, especially the last part:
I have lived my entire life on borrowed time and now in the twilight of my years, I have but one thing to say to those determined to take away or limit my right to own a firearm and to transform and destroy the greatest nation in the history of mankind.   I, and many like me, will not be intimidated and you will only accomplish your ultimate ends over our dead bodies.

Smallest Minority links to this piece on gun, violence, drugs and where the real homicide problem is.
Which won't be dealt with by the clowns most involved unless they can figure some way to use it to increase their power and influence, because that's what's really important.

Some moron on CNN with the standard lack of knowledge about the subject(well, damn near ANYTHING) gave a 'smart guns will save us!' story(and that really is the appropriate word); one of the responses Tam notes:
I want a cellphone with the reliability and durability of my Kalashnikov. Not the other way around.

Second City Cop has something to say on the mayor deciding "I want to do something, and I'm not patient!":
Of course, exactly ONE homicide was committed with a rifle in Chicago last year, so this will do what exactly? Oh yeah, deprive the owners of legal weapons of guns they almost never misuse while criminals (who never obeyed the law in the first place) continue to run amok.

And who's going to be enforcing this "ban?" Especially in light of the failure of every other gun ordinance in Chicago that fails to withstand court challenges?

We're rapidly approaching a point where Officers are going to be called upon to make choices. Choices that can (and will) lead to loss of personal assets, loss of jobs, or even worse when people decide they aren't turning in their guns peacefully.

And in those cases, we aren't going to say that the citizens are in the wrong
One comment: the mayor and the other leaders will insist that the citizens are in the wrong; they MUST be, as they aren't obeying the dictat of the Leader.

OGAM has a chart of Democrat senators up for reelection in 2014:
Est. Risk
NRA (2008)
GOA (2012)
Mark Begich
Serious Risk
Mark Pryor
Some Risk
Mark Udall
Some Risk
Mary Landrieu
Serious Risk
John Kerry
Only if vacant
Carl Levin
Low Risk
Al Franken
Serious Risk
Max Baucus
Some Risk
New Hampshire
Jeanne Shaheen
Some Risk
New Jersey
Frank Lautenberg
Only if vacant
New Mexico
Tom Udall
Low Risk
North Carolina
Kay Hagan
Serious Risk
Jeff Merkley
Some Risk
South Dakota
Tim Johnson
Serious Risk
Mark Warner
Low Risk
West Virginia
Jay Rockefeller
Low Risk

Connected to which, he got a response from Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) that includes this line:
Additionally, Senator Feinstein has stated her intent to introduce legislation concerning access to firearms at the start of the 113th Congress. To date, that legislation has not been introduced. As always, it is important that we not unnecessarily infringe on the legitimate Second Amendment rights of responsible gun owners. Don't you just love that critical word? Tells you a lot, probably more than Hagan hoped it would.
Note: when a politician uses 'unnecessarily' in such a way, it means "I don't want to admit how much I'm willing to screw you over."

Also, further down in another post,
The Citizen’s Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today issued a bristling response to Brady Campaign President Dan Gross, who insisted as he left the White House meeting with Vice President Joe Biden that the current push for more gun control “is not a debate around the Second Amendment.”.
“The hell it’s not,” CCRKBA Chairman Alan M. Gottlieb declared. “The right to keep and bear arms is at the core of this anti-gun campaign, and Dan Gross knows it.”.
The Brady Campaign is one of several so-called “gun safety” organizations that have already met with Vice President Biden and his gun control task force. Gottlieb challenged that definition..
“The Brady Campaign and other such organizations are all about gun prohibition, not safety,” he said. “They’re not interested in safety when all they want is to disarm law-abiding Americans and taking the best means of self-defense away from crime victims while doing nothing to disarm criminals..
“The White House calling the gun prohibition lobby a ‘gun safety’ group is tantamount to suggesting that Ted Bundy was an advocate for battered women,” he said.

Some quotes from Lucas, following a comment on the EUnuch viewpoint

...I don’t feel in any more physical danger here without guns since we live in a great neighborhood, but I do feel like less of a grownup and more like a potential victim. Simple fact is that Rupert travels for work constantly and if someone did break in while he was away, I’d be completely at their mercy, a feeling I never had in Texas. (Not helped by the fact that I now have a 25-pound dog who loves everyone rather than a 90-pound dog who hated strangers, ha!) 

A couple of my European acquaintances have lately told me that they don’t care about that feeling, because if it came down to it, they don’t think it’s right for a person to “create justice” on their own, in the heat of the moment. 

It takes my breath away to hear self-defense described like that. This is why I don’t have many European friends. I can’t fathom their passive mindset. I can’t respect it.
Same idiocy we hear from gun bigots and 'pacifists'* here; somehow the right to defend yourself against attack has morphed, in their minds, into 'I don't like people thinking they can deal out justice on their own."  Which is the official mindset and law in (fG)Britain, where defending yourself can put you in prison for longer than your attacker.

And the quotes she listed:
“The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to allow the subject races to possess arms. History shows that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by so doing.”
…Said Adolf Hitler.
“If the opposition disarms, well and good. If it refuses to disarm, we shall disarm it ourselves.”
…Said Josef Stalin.
“The measures adopted to restore public order are: First of all, the elimination of the so-called subversive elements…They were elements of disorder and subversion. On the morrow of each conflict I gave the categorical order to confiscate the largest possible number of weapons of every sort and kind. This confiscation, which continues with the utmost energy, has given satisfactory results.”
…Said Benito Mussulini.
“All political power comes from the barrel of a gun. The communist party must command all the guns, that way, no guns can ever be used to command the party.”
…Said Mao Tze Tung.

*I have yet to hear one of these clowns say they would NOT call the (armed) police if someone is breaking in; mostly their pacifism seems to be along the lines of "I don't want to get MY hands dirty, but it's ok if someone does it for me."

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Speaking of wardrobe,

moving on from hats to shoes:
Without going into specifics, have a problem with one foot.  Yes, finally went to doc; "Try this orthotic, if it doesn't help we'll try another(far more expensive) one", etc.  First didn't help, and I didn't really like the idea of another copay and another orthotic cost, over and over.

About a month ago was in Academy(before they decided to wuss-out on EBRs) and found they had the previous model Skele-Toes shoes on sale; they're one of the 'minimal' running shoes*, with toes.  I've had several people tell me they'd helped with their foot troubles, and figured at worst I'd have a pair of shoes to wear in the yard & garden.

Well, they do help; no idea why.  No padding, just the sole to protect the foot and light upper to keep the sole in place.  They do take a little getting used to, but that didn't take long.  Bad thing for this time of year: they are NOT warm, so have mostly worn them around the house and indoors, outdoors when it's not too cold.  Weird thing is riding a bicycle; feels a LOT like being barefoot, which was kind of weird.  They do tend to slip more on the pedals than standard soles(or bare feet).

So, for what it's worth, they work for me.

*I still want to know, since the damn things are minimal and don't have all the fancy padding and crap, why do they cost so much?

On calling Wal-Mart

Ok, everybody, don’t call stores, call corporate. Here’s the number: (479)273-4000
That gets you the home office. Tell them you want to express an opinion and they’ll immediately transfer you to another line where you will talk to a real person who will take your comment and record the call.
They are getting calls going both ways right now. They said that they have made not decisions going forward except to hear what Biden’s group says and then weigh that with the comments from their customers.
So start calling. Have your family and friends call. Overwhelm their switchboard with calls and we may keep them on our side.
Found at Uncle

Because hungry peasants don't count when keeping enviroweenies

and the corn lobby happy:
“We’re farming here because there is no other land, and I have to feed my family,” said Mr. Alvarado, pointing to his sons Alejandro and José, who are 4 and 6 but appear to be much younger, a sign of chronic malnutrition.
Recent laws in the United States and Europe that mandate the increasing use of biofuel in cars have had far-flung ripple effects, economists say, as land once devoted to growing food for humans is now sometimes more profitably used for churning out vehicle fuel.

A little earlier I listened to the governor of New York howling about how "This is not about taking your guns, except the ones you don't need to own!" and "You don't need ten bullets to kill a deer!!"  And when I say 'howling' I'm not kidding.
Gov. Cuomo:
No.  You can't have mine.  And how big the magazine is, is none of your damned business.
If you can't understand that, I can resort to more blunt language.
                                                             Sincerely, etc.
For further response,
Brett, like practically every other person seeking to diminish our constitutional rights, either does not understand the purpose of the Second Amendment or refuses to address it, writing, “Gun advocates will be hard-pressed to explain why the average American citizen needs an assault weapon with a high-capacity magazine other than for recreational purposes.” The answer to this question is straightforward: The purpose of having citizens armed with paramilitary weapons is to allow them to engage in paramilitary actions. The Second Amendment is not about Bambi and burglars — whatever a well-regulated militia is, it is not a hunting party or a sport-clays club. It is remarkable to me that any educated person — let alone a Harvard Law graduate — believes that the second item on the Bill of Rights is a constitutional guarantee of enjoying a recreational activity
While your granddad’s .30-06 is a good deal more powerful than the .223 rifles that give blue-state types the howling fantods, that is not what we have a constitutional provision to protect. Liberals are forever asking: “Why would anybody need a gun like that?” And the answer is: because we are not serfs. We are a free people living under a republic of our own construction. We may consent to be governed, but we will not be ruled.
(red emphasis mine)

One of the reasons the 'driving is a Privilege' crap ticks me off so much feeds right into this:
Authorities in Indonesia’s Aceh province are moving full-steam ahead with yet another implementation of sharia law, this time banning women from straddling motorcycles. According to the law, women are only allowed to ride “side-saddle” and are prohibited from holding onto the driver for support. The reason? Apparently, straddling a motorcycle is not a matter of practicality or safety for the sharia-authorities of Aceh, rather, it is about “showing a woman’s curves.”

[It] is also makes it clear that women are now forbidden from actually driving themselves on motorbikes as well. In other words, the primary mode of transportation for everyday people in cities across Indonesia has now been made unattainable to women, leaving them without the means to function independently.
And every time they make it more difficult to drive, more inconvenient to get on a plane or bus or train, it makes it that much more difficult to live our lives, to get around...

If we observe gun violence as a “disease,” one thing is strikingly clear – this disease never strikes people known to be or potentially armed! It may be true that the recent Connecticut shooter was mentally ill, but he was not so crazy as to take on a police station. Neither he, nor any of the other similar shooters, decide to shoot up gun stores or NRA conventioneers. They may be crazy, but apparently not that crazy.

No, they invariably pick gun-free zones for their mayhem. And when confronted with an armed counterforce, they either surrender or shoot themselves. They do not wage gun battles against other armed people.

So, using the logic of Edward Jenner, the inoculation to prevent the disease of gun violence is putting guns into the hands of potential victims. So thinking like Edward Jenner, lets see what happens when we do just that – arm citizens by permitting concealed carrying of firearms.

Hey, Gawker, payback's a bitch, isn't it?
But when you cause crap like this:
People are gonna be pissed.  So, John Cook, deal with it, you wanker.

Well, would you expect anything else from Biden & Co.?
We were disappointed with how little this meeting had to do with keeping our children safe and how much it had to do with an agenda to attack the Second Amendment. While claiming that no policy proposals would be “prejudged,” this Task Force spent most of its time on proposed restrictions on lawful firearms owners - honest, taxpaying, hardworking Americans. It is unfortunate that this Administration continues to insist on pushing failed solutions to our nation's most pressing problems. We will not allow law-abiding gun owners to be blamed for the acts of criminals and madmen. Instead, we will now take our commitment and meaningful contributions to members of congress of both parties who are interested in having an honest conversation about what works - and what does not.

'Bout covers it

Chief Cathy Lanier played games with her responsibilities,

now we'll see if AG Irvin Nathan takes that 'equal under the law' thing seriously.
And if he doesn't it should haunt him in every way possible.

Of course, the clowns at EPA who broke the laws should be prosecuted, too; if they're not, THAT should haunt the clowns involved in the decision.

Thoughts from Huffman:
The language of the left betrays this mindset.

In their “compassion" they will sometimes “concede” a “buy-back” of firearms they want confiscated. You can’t “buy back” something that was not yours to begin with. And you can’t “buy” something with money that you confiscated (in the form of taxes) from the victims you want to take the property from. But in the mind of the left all property, including money, is “community property” and there is no inconsistency. They don’t, and probably can’t, “get” the problem we have with their plans.

A proposal for the Electoral College.  That'd really piss off the left.

On hipsters:
Hip is a sort of Neanderthal mentality that is terrified of serious thinking, and thus substitutes the superfluous for the profound.

Palestinians are hip in a way that Israelis are not; but pro-Palestinian reporters stay in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv without a clue why the two cities are different from Ramallah. Hip is loud support for the Dream Act, but avoidance of places like Mendota or San Joaquin, or any serious contemplation about why millions of Mexican nationals wish to cross their northern but not their southern border. Hip is shopping at Whole Foods, but supporting more food stamps for those who shop at a distant Food 4 Less and weigh more than you do. Hip decries school choice and vouchers, but means Sidwell Friends is under armed guards for your own progenies.

Yeah, sounds like a good thing to communicate to Wal-Mart:
“I plan to tell them that if they cave, I’ll set aside my principles too. I’ll campaign for every proposed anti-big box ordinance, sign union petitions, make myself a constant presence at zoning/planning hearings, etc. My family will do just fine without crappy Chinese sneakers, but is WalMart prepared for the level of pain we’re willing to bring?”

 Hey, Sen. Grassley and Rep. Issa: just why hasn't Holder been charged?

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Headgear; brought to mind because it's raining,

it's January and it's above freezing(God's being nice to us).

I started wearing hats a few years back:
Glare bothers my eyes more than it used to, and
I hate getting rain or snow on my glasses.
Caps work for glare and(mostly) for rain, but if the stuff is blowing from the side, a little more all-round coverage is nice.  I've got a good boonie hat, but sometimes want something not quite so 'ready to dive into the bushes'; my old cowboy hat is getting pretty beat-up and floppy(anyone know how to stiffen felt?), so I wanted something that would be a bit more presentable.  Know what I wanted?

A fedora.

Just because.  I like the way they look.  And Indy Jones wore one, along with Bogey and various others.  So I started looking around, and discovered something:
Do you know what good fur felt hats cost nowadays?  Damn.

So the search commenced, and I happened across wool felt that didn't cut it, and fur felt that wasn't affordable, and then happened across US Wings who had this in the adventure section.  Yes, it's got a Raiders pin on the hatband; I don't care.  It's a good-quality fur felt, it holds its shape, it keeps the wet off my head and it looks good.  And I could afford it.  Therefore, the hat.

Slightly damp as I was outside with the dogs.

Things I've learned since I started wearing it regularly:
You get used to it fast.
Does a wonderful job of keeping the wet off.
It's nice to have a soft brush to clean the dust off.
You understand why, in old movies, you had hat-check girls and coat & hat racks.
Around here you see fewer cowboy hats than you used to; even fewer of these.
It goes as well with my duster(best raincoat I've ever had) as the cowboy hat.
It stays on in the wind better than you'd think.
And you really learn the difference between a decent- or good-quality hat and the synthetic felt crap you see hipster assholes* wearing.

And yes, I have used it with my leather jacket(and belt & holster, and whip, and bag) for Halloween.

*At one time I wondered why daughter seemed to mutter things like that, sometimes with substitution of 'douches';  I found out

Lucky Gunner ammo test:

10k rounds each of four brass and steel-case .223 rounds.

So Joe Biden’s telling me that Lanza, overcome by his mental condition to the point that he’s murdered his mother and is headed to an elementary school on a killing spree, is going to stop 1,000 yards from the playground and think, “Hey — I don’t want Obama to take away my student loan subsidy. I better keep these guns away from school!”
These are the thoughtful, well-reasoned ideas from the Obama brain trust?

And we haven’t even mentioned the fact that gun laws are utterly meaningless to criminals, anyway. Don’t believe me? Ask the families of the 506 people fatally shot in Obama’s “gun-controlled” hometown of Chicago last year.

I’m not one of the knee-jerk pro-gun types who oppose all laws. I don’t think of gun ownership as the highest form of patriotism. Show me a law on law-abiding gun owners that will have a meaningful impact on gun violence, and I’m all ears.

But that’s not what the White House is offering. In the face of undeniable evidence that, for 20 years, gun ownership rates have gone up while gun deaths have plunged (the lowest since at least 1981, according to, Obama’s pushing for a large-scale “punish-all-gun-owners” approach.

Gee, why would we think these people dream of confiscation?  Oh yeah:
 “We need to get them off the streets — illegally — and even if you have them, I think we need to start taking them,” Muhlbauer told the Daily Times Herald. “We can’t have those out there. Because if they’re out there they’re just going to get circulated around to the wrong people. Those guns should not be in the public’s hands. There are just too many guns.”
So if you on an old semi-auto .22 or shotgun or rifle, Muhlbauer has decided that you don't need that, can't be trusted with it, and the government should come for it.  And you, if you object.

One truly effed-up disaster response on the federal level, but hold Obama to the fire the way the media did Bush?  
About as likely as me kissing Sarah Brady's ass.

From the Dutchman: Among the wonderful people on Biden's committee:
(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) "Vice President Joe Biden, right, with President of the National Association of Police Organizations and Boston police officer, Thomas Nee, center and Attorney General Eric Holder, far left, speaks to media during a meeting at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in the White House complex, Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012, in Washington. Biden is leading a task force that will look at ways of reducing gun violence."
Sipsey Street has learned that a key member of the President's committee to find "the solution" to school shootings, has a son who was convicted of plotting a Columbine-style school massacre -- possibly with a service pistol obtained from his father. Nee is the former head of the Boston Police Patrolman's Association and is currently the head of the National Association of Police Organizations. In short, says one source familiar with the notoriously anti-firearm Nee, "he is a political hack/thug/activist who happens to carry a badge."
Sources point out that not mentioned in state-run media accounts of the Biden comission is that Thomas Nee's son was arrested and convicted for plotting a Columbine-style attack on Marshfield High School in Massachusetts. Additionally, says one source, "Joseph Nee might have armed himself at one point with his father's service pistol though that story went off the radar."
This source continued, "As usual, the 'solution' will be the attempted theft of freedoms from the innocent while the root causes of these evil shootings, especially dysfunctional parents will be ignored."
There are a ton of links out there re this story, here are a few.
Boston police eye alleged Marshfield plot suspect: Will investigate report that youth had service gun
Boston Police plan to contact authorities investigating the alleged Columbine-style attack plot at Marshfield High School to determine if a gun that one suspect allegedly showed to another student was a .40-caliber handgun issued by Boston Police.
A female student told Marshfield Police that Joseph T. Nee, one of the two suspects in the case, pulled what she thought was a black, .40-caliber handgun from his waistband as she was getting off a school bus this past spring and told her "how the school was going to be shot up," John P. McLaughlin, an assistant Plymouth district attorney, said at Nee's arraignment Monday.
Nee is the son of Thomas J. Nee, president of the Boston Police Patrolmen's Association, the city's largest police union. Boston police officers carry .40-caliber Glock handguns, according to a department spokeswoman.
Joseph Nee convicted; is dad part of the story?
The Associated Press thinks so. The Boston Globe doesn't. A bit of background: Joseph Nee was just convicted of conspiracy to commit murder for plotting a Columbine-style attack at Marshfield High School. Tom Nee, Joseph Nee's father, is the head of the Boston Police Patrolmen's Association.
You could make a reasonable case for either position. Tom Nee is a public figure, but the crime is his son's, not his.
That said, the Globe's current approach is especially interesting in light of this October 2004 article, which posited a strong link between Joseph Nee's legal troubles and his relationship with his father.
"In this case, the Commonwealth presented sufficient evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant entered an agreement with Kerns with the intention to commit mass murder. See Commonwealth v. Frazier, supra. Multiple witnesses testified that the defendant either initiated or assisted in the development of an elaborate plan to "shoot up" the school. There was substantial evidence that the defendant prepared to carry out the attack by learning about and experimenting with explosive devices, and attempting to acquire firearms. Moreover, the defendant attempted to recruit Courchene and others to participate in the attack and threatened to cut out the tongue of anyone who spoke about the plan to the police. From this and other evidence, the judge could properly find that the defendant in fact reached an agreement with his friends to kill people at the school. See Commonwealth v. Benson, supra."
See also The Lost Boys.
Well, I guess they were looking for "experts" in mass murder plots and found one close to home, although the Obama administration seems loathe to point that out.

 More on Al Gore and Al Jazeera and Gore's making millions on globular warmening scams.

Some gun bigots also hate men in general.

More later; I'm tired and hungry.

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Tab clearing

Just why so many kids come out of school so messed up; what're your kids/grandkids learning?

"Lots of bad guys in prison, lower crime rate; this doesn't make sense!"

Speaking of messed-up, let's look back at Chicago; both general corruption and how the handgun ban was passed.  And by who.

I have to borrow from the Dutchman again:  I've said it before and I'll repeat: these collectivist pukes are more race-obsessed than the Nazi Gauleiter of 1930's Lower Swabia.

And an artistic effort:

About that 'outing' of gun permit holders:

The anonymous ball of confusion said that if he’d known his neighbors were gun owners, he wouldn’t have bought his house in the first place.

His neighbors declined to comment, but maybe they wouldn’t have bought their houses, either, if they’d known they were going to live next to such a sissy.

And I just ran across this, which is so fucking disgusting...
 She twice told MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts, were it not for the “20 little martyrs” who died in the attack on Sandy Hook Elementary School, new legal restrictions on gun ownership may never have materialized.
 I'm not going to be able to say much about this, because I'm so pissed and enraged that it's hard to type clearly.  Patricia Maisch, I wouldn't even tell you to kiss my ass; the vermin in your brain might try to spread.

Hey, remember that Brady Group poster?

The one we were told was satire?   Hmmm...

The case for ugly guns and big magazines

LIBRELLE:  Anyway – you can not show me a reason anyone needs a…what?  High-capacity “magazine”?
ME:  No, I can’t show you one.
LIBRELLE:  I knew it.
ME:  I can show you several. Here’s one;
 The whole piece is good.
Won't work on people determined to stay a hoplophobe or gun bigot, but it'll at least annoy hell out of them.

Mr. Hofmann points out to the gun bigots- again-
People don't buy expensive (especially expensive now) gear just to have something to turn over to Feinstein when she finally gets to say, "Mr. and Mrs. America, turn them all in." The kind of American most likely to want AR-15s tends also to be the type least eager to register them with the government--particularly not a government agency as historically hostile to private gun ownership as is the BATFE (our "most hated federal agency," before "Project Gunwalker"). 

In other words, Feinstein proposes to make millions of new "gun criminals" out of decent Americans. So be it. How does she intend to arrest us, and whom does she propose do the arresting?
I like the image too:

Being on this heading this morning, something else worth reading.  And which is probably causing some serious wetting of panties among the hoplophobes and socialists.

If you do business with Bank of America, you might want to look for another bank.

 The Marine who wrote the letter to Feinstein saying 'No'?  As might be expected, the people who demand respectful speech are threatening him.

As noted: a disaster in an important part of the country is FAR more devastating than one in, say Louisiana.
And Harry Reid really is a slimy bastard, isn't he?

So, Ed Schultz: Lying Bastard(First Order) or friggin' moron?

So you expected any kind of integrity from Gore?
Ominously missing was the creator of Current, the self proclaimed inventor of the Internet and savior of clean energy, Al Gore, although his partner, Joel Hyatt, stood proudly with the Al Jazeera honchos.

“Of course Al didn’t show up,” said one high placed Current staffer. “He has no credibility.

“He’s supposed to be the face of clean energy and just sold [the channel] to very big oil, the emir of Qatar! Current never even took big oil advertising—and Al Gore, that bulls***ter sells to the emir?”

Monday, January 07, 2013

Here's a flag(or shirt, or sticker) I want

Found here.  Address found here:

Crony Capitalism; I thought Obama & Co. didn't like that?

Well, except when they do it, of course:
“President Obama plans to ally himself with big business once again by using crony capitalist tactics to pass gun control just as he used them to pass Obamacare. In this case, Obama reportedly plans to make sure that the new gun control law benefits big businesses that sell weapons.”
 As the man says, call the congresscritters.  And let places like Wal-Mart know what you think of this, too.  As Sebastian said, I would have no problem utterly boycotting Wal-Mart.

It's gowing in lots of places in the world

Dr. Harveen Kaur Sidhu, who lives in an affluent neighborhood in the city of Chandigarh in Punjab, is one such lady gun owner.

“I don’t have faith in the police to protect me,” she told The Guardian last spring.
“There are so many attacks on women these days. It’s everybody’s right to defend themselves. I think all women who are vulnerable should be carrying guns.”

Typically, about one-fifth of all gun applicants are women, the Times of India reported – but since the Dec. 16 gang-rape, that proportion has spiked to more than one-third.
 We're called, among other things, misogynists for not following the PC line; but it's the other people who don't want women to have the best means of self-defense possible.

Now read this:
 The National Crime Records Bureau of India recorded 5,575 gun-related homicides in 2010 -- of this figure, an extraordinary 89 percent (4,988) were by illegal or unlicensed weapons. In contrast, the United States, which has one-fourth of India’s population, recorded 12,664 murders in 2011, of which 8,583 were caused by guns.
Do you  see what I see?  For India they note ONLY the number of homicides committed with firearms, for the US they use the TOTAL number of murders, then the number involving firearms; agenda, much?  Now, this page at Wiki, the total homicide number in India for 'the most recent year' was 40,752+. 
Isn't that '+' interesting?

The National Association for Gun Rights India claims, however, that the authorities put up obstacles to women acquiring firearms. For one thing, most gun permit applications are rejected by police, usually citing a lack of proven threats and grave danger to the applicant.

“Men are issued more gun licenses than women in Delhi even if the latter have genuine reasons to apply for them,” a member of the association told Indian media.
“The fact that even parents are ready to hand over weapons to their daughters shows they are living in fear. There is a 20 percent increase in self-defense courses across the city.”
 Difference from the gun bigots here?  It wouldn't be women being screwed over, it would be EVERYONE except the wealthy and connected being disarmed(yeah, I'm talking to you, Schumer.  And you, Feinstein).
 The ultimate reason for our 2nd Amendment is, as the judge said, a doomday provision; which doesn't change that self-defense is one of, maybe the, most basic right.  And a bunch of people would love to take it away from us.

Sunday, January 06, 2013

How do you know when a legislator is a cowardly piece of crap?

When he pushes something like this and says "I'm just trying to get a discussion going!"
Stephan Dargan, you are a cowardly little gun bigot and a disgusting example of a man.  It would be one thing if you had the balls to come out and say what you're up to, but you don't even have that as a '+' mark on your record.

And, while we're at it, do you realize- or care- that there are people who had REASON TO FEAR FOR THEIR LIVES that you are creating greater danger for with this?  Or are they some of the 'eggs we have to break' that that bastard at ATF considered piles of dead Mexicans to be?