You know all those shootings? Yeah, it’s not guns, and it’s not mental health. It’s da white man! White man is responsible for mass slaughters, according to the dimwitted duo of Charlotte and Harriet Childress, who according to the Washington Post, are”researchers and consultants on social and political issues.” These issues apparently include how all the ills of the world are the fault of da white man, according to the opinion piece these two (who, I’m betting, are non-shaving, barely-washed, hemp-wearing, clove-smoking lesbian feminists, whose mission in life is to change male-centric and -dominated societies into more equitable, ovary-centric ones by changing words such as “manage,” which imply male dominance over women into “femage,” which is a bit softer and more acceptable in a kinder, gentler society where women are finally put into undeserved, but compensatory for ages of oppression, positions of authority) penned in the Post, blaming the white man for mass shootings.
Imagine if African American men and boys were committing mass shootings month after month, year after year. Articles and interviews would flood the media, and we’d have political debates demanding that African Americans be “held accountable.” Then, if an atrocity such as the Newtown, Conn., shootings took place and African American male leaders held a news conference to offer solutions, their credibility would be questionable. The public would tell these leaders that they need to focus on problems in their own culture and communities.
But when the criminals and leaders are white men, race and gender become the elephant in the room.
Nearly all of the mass shootings in this country in recent years — not just Newtown, Aurora, Fort Hood, Tucson and Columbine — have been committed by white men and boys. Yet when the National Rifle Association (NRA), led by white men, held a news conference after the Newtown massacre to advise Americans on how to reduce gun violence, its leaders’ opinions were widely discussed.
See, women and girls with mental issues aren’t picking up weapons and committing mass murders. Neither are Latinos or immigrants, according to these two. Therefore the problem must be white men.
Except, of course, for mass murderers like Santiago “Chico” Rios, a leader of a Latino gang and his son, Louie “Lil Chico” Rios, who led an ethnic cleansing campaign over more than a decade in Los Angeles, and murdered numerous people, including a 14-year old girl, playing on her skate board.
Except, of course, for Humberto Leal, who raped and murdered a 16-year old girl and was finally sent to hell without a handbasket for his crimes.
Except, of course, The Night Stalker – Richard Ramirez – a serial killer awaiting his execution in California.
Except, of course, for Seung-Hui Cho – responsible for the Virginia Tech massacre.
Except, of course, for One L. Goh, who killed seven people in a religious school in California.
Except, of course, Eduardo Sencion, who went on a rampage in IHOP last year, winding up with 12 victims.
Except, of course, Omar Thornton, who went on a shooting rampage in Connecticut, killing nine.
Except, of course, scumbag Arab piece of shit jihadist Nidal Hassan, who murdered 13 and wounded 29 others.
Except, of course, Jiverly Wong, who opened fire at an immigration center in Binghamton, NY.
Except, of course, Jennifer San Marco, who fatally shot her former neighbor in 2006, then drove to work and killed six colleagues before turning her gun on herself.
Except, of course, serial killers Aileen Wuornos, Gwendolyn Graham and Cathy Wood.
And except of course, the scores of blacks who commit homicides in the United States every year at rates much higher than whites.
Yeah, it’s all the evil white men!
Perhaps we need to take away computers from feminazi idiots.
Some of you will remember Paul Tillson – the shitstain from New Jersey who showed up on our Interwebz wearing enough military decorations to choke a woolly mammoth. The guys at This Ain’t Hell outed Tillson as an outright fraud, and he proceeded to threaten legal action against them, using written language so bad, that it made my cactus wilt!
I resent the fact you call me a fony soldier. Please check the latest regulation an where I purchases my clothing, by sending in a copy of my DD214′S WITH RIBBONS AUTHORIZED. I EXPECT A FULL APOLOGY THANKYOU
I can haz Valor?
Well, for those of you who claim Stolen Valor is a victimless crime, and we can’t prosecute someone for lying, because it’s a First Amendment issue…
Meet Paul Tillson.
No, this is not the same Paul Tillson from New Jersey, who appeared in wedding photos looking like a medal-hoarding freak.
This is a Paul Tillson from Oregon, who served honorably, got an education and opened his own IT company that does online computer repair, and is a disabled veteran.
The two Tillsons are staggeringly different, and yet, when people Google Paul Tillson, they’re inundated with photos of the freak, rather than the legitimate businessman.
Mr. Tillson’s business is undoubtedly affected by the lying freak’s claims, and there’s little he can do to control the damage.
Still think Stolen Valor is a victimless crime?
So if you ever run across a computer problem, you might want to contact the first Tillson, who served honorably, and who is running a legitimate business.
I doubt you want to get in touch with the second Tillson, unless it’s to ridicule his very existence.
Good luck, Mr. Tillson!
It appears the liberty Republicans in the Senate are ready for a fight.
Earlier this week, GOP Sens. Rand Paul (Ky.), Mike Lee (Utah), and Ted Cruz (Texas) wrote a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) pledging to “oppose the motion to proceed to any legislation that will serve as a vehicle for any additional gun restrictions.”
Marco Rubio added his name to that letter yesterday, joining the group of GOP senators , who promise to filibuster any legislation that further erodes the citizens’ right to keep and bear arms as protected by the Second Amendment.
Next month, Reid plans to bring to the floor a bill that would expand background checks and penalties on straw purchases of firearms. The portion of the bill on illegal trafficking of firearms has bipartisan support, including from Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Grassley is also preparing gun control legislation he will offer as an alternative to the package from Democrats.
We don’t know what Grassley’s proposal will contain, so I will refrain from commenting on it for now.
In the meantime, the Hill reports that our fearless leader has taken it upon himself to push gun control via the use of executive power.
The president has used his executive powers to bolster the national background check system, jumpstart government research on the causes of gun violence and create a million-dollar ad campaign aimed at safe gun ownership.
The executive steps will give federal law enforcement officials access to more data about guns and their owners, help keep guns out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill, and lay the groundwork for future legislative efforts.
Obama’s steps began the same day he unveiled his 23 gun control proposals in January, when he issued a memorandum requiring all nine federal law enforcement agencies to submit guns they confiscate to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) for tracing.
A million dollar ad campaign aimed at safe gun ownership… You mean kind of like Eddie the Eagle, which has reached millions of kids and taught them safe firearm handling as early as kindergarten? I can’t imagine they mean the MAIG ad with the dimwit in the truck, who doesn’t know the basic rules of handling a gun safety!
That’s right. Shut down the White House to tours, cancel the Easter Egg hunt, but waste money on duplicating the efforts of an already successful program that has existed in our schools for years!
In any case, back to my point…
Liberty Republicans in the Senate know what needs to be done. They have made a commitment to support and protect the Constitution of the United States, and they are doing so, even against domestic enemies who threaten the integrity of our Law of the Land.
Senators Rand Paul, Mike Lee, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio – you have our gratitude. I wonder if the crotchety old GOP establishmentarians will join you, or whether they’ll come up with yet more creative names for you “wacko birds.”
This is why I love Remy. He’s not only an amazing talent and a hell of a funny guy (much funnier and more intelligent than Jim Carrey), but he also understands Carrey’s hypocrisy, exemplified by his latest tweet (and my reply).
@jimcarrey LISTEN UP! YOU HAVE A BODYGUARD. MOST OF US AREN’T SO PRIVILEGED AND MUST TAKE STEPS TO DEFEND OURSELVES AND OUR LOVED ONES!
— Nicki (@Nicki_F) March 28, 2013
Remy answers Carrey in his own inimitable musical style.
Talking ass, indeed.
I figured I’d give all of you from the Old Dominion a little heart attack and perhaps cause you to quickly pick up the phone and report me as mentally unstable.
I did, however, get a note from Jeannemarie’s campaign, encouraging me as a delegate to the State convention to vote for her as the GOP candidate for Lt. Governor.
I served in the House of Delegates for six years and was elected by my peers, in my third term, to serve as their Majority Whip. I have the distinction of being the only Republican woman to serve in the General Assembly to be elected to a top leadership position. Blah, blah, blah…
For the past three years I have served in the Governor’s Cabinet, directing the Virginia Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, where I was tasked with working with Congress to combat proposed legislation and regulations that would create unfunded and unwarranted mandates on Virginia. Blah, blah, blah…
I was elected four times in a Fairfax County district that leaned so Democrat that only 25% of my constituents were Republicans. Blah, blah, blah…
I am proud to have the support of Republican ethnic leaders throughout the Commonwealth and have already filed many hundreds of ethnic voters to support me at the Convention. Blah, blah, blah…
You know the only thing I need to know, Jeannemarie?
New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg endorsed state Sen. Jeannemarie Devolites Davis for reelection yesterday, helping the Fairfax County Republican position herself to the left of her opponent on the issue of gun control in a district that has increasingly voted Democratic.
Let alone the embarrassing attempt to urge Virginians to vote for her because… 9-11!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
As we remember those fallen Americans from 11 years ago, please encourage everyone to participate in our great Democracy.I would appreciate it if you would take a minute to go to http://www.jeannemarie4LG.com and give me your feedback on a survey as I begin my tour of the Commonwealth.
And the not so kosher attempt to buy votes.
And the “F” rating by the NRA (which likely means something like a “Q” on the Gun Owners of America scale)