Wednesday, January 15, 2014

A: Sean Penn is a nasty little bastard

B: He's a sorry little hypocrite.  Going out with a hypocrite.
C: Those are some good questions:
Penn is another story altogether. Aside from the fact that, as a zealous “progressive” he has supported outright communist tyrants (which should hardly be a surprise coming from someone who advocates conservatives being committed to mental institutions by executive order), this is a guy who obtained an almost-impossible-to-get (for “ordinary people”) concealed carry permit -- resulting in his allowing more weapons to be “put on the streets” in gun-hating in Berkeley, of all places. And while government enforcers in New Orleans were busy neutralizing the dreaded Konie menace in her own home, Penn was reportedly free to walk the streets open-carrying a shotgun.

What Penn is even doing with guns in the first place is a mystery, if the reports are true that when partnered with Madonna, he tied her to a chair and beat her up with a baseball bat.

The Lautenberg amendment prohibition on gun ownership applies to those convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence, and according to the New York Daily News, “Penn was also charged with felony domestic assault during his marriage to Madonna. He pleaded to a misdemeanor.”

Was that report in a major metropolitan newspaper accurate, and if so, is Penn a prohibited person, or have his legally-recognized gun rights been restored? How? Those would seem to be fair questions to explore.
Ah, but he's one of the more-equal pigs, so the commoners' rules don't apply to him.

Speaking of more-equal pigs, it was a year ago that David Gregory violated DC gun laws and got away with it.  Because screwing honest citizens is fine, but journalists of reliable lefty views are not to be troubled by things like the law.

Another academic who says if you're in the tea party, or sympathetic to it,
“You can see gradations of the ‘polarized mind’ at work in virtually all destructive political movements from Nazi Germany to Maoist China to our very own Tea Party. In fact, it is the pervasive malady of the 20 and 21st Centuries,” says Schneider.
Yep.  We're National Socialists according to these idiots.
And if we criticize them for this crap, it means we're anti-intellectual, I'm sure.

Attention Sen. Ryan: you suck, and we won't forget what you've done/are doing.

Man, the UN really has a love for communist dictatorships, does it not?
Figueres added that the deep partisan divide in the U.S. Congress is “very detrimental” to passing any sort of legislation to fight global warming. The Chinese Communist Party, on the other hand, can push key policies and reforms all on its own. The country’s national legislature largely enforces the decisions made by the party’s Central Committee and other executive offices.
You can almost hear her drooling at the thought of being able to dictate to the commoners, can't you?  And what's another 20 or 30 or 40-million dead when it's for the cause, right?

Just maybe he got the idea this wasn't real smart...(language warning)

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