Monthly Archives: April, 2013

Maybe Instead of Background Checks We Need Common Sense Testing

A friend of mine put this atrocity on Facebook for everyone to comment.


First, if there is any kind of deity up there, he will strike this cretinous cunt dead on the spot.  Anyone who points a firearm at an innocent child as a joke, with finger precariously close to being on the trigger and a vapid, imbecilic grin on their face as if this is some kind of goddamn joke should be immediately taken out of the gene pool.

I’m not kidding.

This twatmold is too stupid to exist. Chlorinate the gene pool, and remove this growth at once.

Second, while the gun grabbers in Congress discuss more ways to infringe on your rights by making you jump through expensive bureaucratic hoops in order to exercise your rights, idiots such as this not only have firearms, but breed!

Chuck Schumer’s gun control bill won’t stop stupid.

Manchin’s expanded background check bill won’t prevent dumbassery such as this.

Gillibrand’s anti-trafficking bill that outlaws the transfer of a firearm to a person forbidden from purchasing it will not impede this ignoramus from getting one, as long as she doesn’t have a criminal history.

Feinstein’s assault weapons ban and the ban on high-capacity magazines will not block this asshat from pointing a pistol at this child.

And yet, when this hemorrhoid does something stupid that will ultimately result in grave injury or death of this child, the politicians will immediately begin to write proposed legislation that will punish the rest of us who don’t have the IQ of wilted weed.

Shaking my head in disbelief.


More Gun Manufacturers Giving States That Vilify Them the Finger, Taking Jobs Elsewhere

After the Sandy Hook massacre, a number of states began passing onerous gun control laws that violate the rights of law-abiding citizens, while doing nothing to actually stop violence. I reported earlier that a growing list of gun manufacturers were refusing to do business with any government entity in any state that infringes on the people’s right to keep and bear arms. Now several gun manufacturers are bidding their home states adieu.

In Connecticut, where venerable gunmakers like Colt and Sturm, Ruger & Co. have been joined in the last decade or so by upstarts like Stag Arms and PTR, reform of gun laws in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shootings has left the industry feeling unwelcome. Bristol-based high-end rifle manufacturer PTR Industries announced this month via Facebook that it would be taking its 40 jobs and $50,000 weekly payroll to an unspecified new state, widely believed to be Texas.


AR-15 manufacturer Stag Arms could soon follow suit, along with Colt’s Manufacturing and Mossberg & Sons. The moves could cost the Nutmeg State 3,000 jobs as well as the estimated $1.75 billion in annual taxable revenues.


In March, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed bills that would require background checks for private and online gun sales and ban ammunition magazines that hold more than 15 rounds

Magpul Industries, which manufactures firearms accessories and ammunition magazines, said on its Facebook page that it would have “no choice” but to leave if the magazine bill was signed, causing an opening for states eager to prove they’re more gun-friendly.

Magpul employs more than 200 people and generates about $85 million in annual taxable revenues.

Take these states by the nuggets. Hit them where it hurts most – in their wallets. Let them live with the financial consequences of their bad laws.

Let them see hundreds of their residents out of work and a decrease in tax revenues.

They deserve it.


It’s Not Over Pt. 2

I challenged Senator Joe Manchin (D-imwit, WV) to a debate on background checks earlier – a challenge that I can almost guarantee he will not accept. But it seems I don’t even have to bother. One of Manchin’s fellow gun-grabbers has done the work for me, by admitting that the background check bill will do absolutely nothing to stop criminals from obtaining firearms. In promoting her anti-trafficking bill, Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand inadvertently made an admission – one we all pretty much knew was true.

Meanwhile, a separate gun measure, an anti-trafficking bill, is the subject of talks between Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand, Democrat of New York, and two Republican senators who voted no on the background check bill. The Republicans, Senators Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire and Charles E. Grassley of Iowa, are discussing ways they might support the bill, which would criminalize the shipping or transfer of guns to someone who is barred from possessing a firearm.


“I think trafficking can be the base of the bill, the rock on which everything else stands,” Ms. Gillibrand said. “I also think it’s complementary to background checks because, let’s be honest, criminals aren’t going to buy a gun and go through a background check. So if you really want to go after criminals, you have to have to do both.”

Let me remind readers that the vast majority of guns used in crimes are purchased illegally – about 80 percent.

Let me also remind readers that straw purchases – the type of crime Gillibrand and crew want to outlaw – are already illegal. Transferring guns to someone who is barred from possessing a firearm is already illegal. So once again I have to wonder why push this “anti-trafficking” bill if not to appear to be doing something about gun violence, while doing nothing at all.

And while these laws will do nothing to prevent actual criminals from obtaining firearms, they will give the gun grabbers just the ammunition they need.

Imagine this:

A law is passed that bans firearm transfers that are already illegal – and does about as much as the current law does to prevent criminals from getting guns.

The next psycho goes on a rampage with firearms.

The Brady Center or the Giffords/Kelly gun grabber outfit or HCI start their bloody chant calling for more gun control, because the newly-passed law did absolutely nothing to prevent the latest rampage.

The battle starts all over again.

No thanks.

It’s Not Over

West Virginia gun grabber Joe Manchin is not giving up. After the abject FAIL that was his “expanded background check” bill, the Democrat has decided he’s going to keep fighting – desperately – to pass his expanded background check bill that has no hope of actually stopping criminal activity, will cost the taxpayer millions, and will be just about as enforced as the current laws.

“I’m willing to go anywhere in this country, I’m going to debate anybody on this issue, read the bill and you tell me what you don’t like,” Manchin said on “Fox News Sunday,” reiterating his intention to bring his measure back to the Senate floor.

OK. Here’s my invite, Mr. Manchin. Come here. Debate me. Please. Talk to me.

I’m just one female. You up for it?

More on “LTC” Royston Potter

TSO at This Ain’t Hell did a phenomenal job finding this tool yesterday, and partially exposing his Stolen Valor douchery in public. After several email conversations and yet more digging, our intrepid veteran reporter/lawyer/all around cool guy with a disturbing beard has unearthed yet more.

Apparently, in the middle of all his Sooper Seekrit Squirrel activities in the military, Potter managed to also get booted from the Murray City, UT police force for polygamy, and file suit challenging Utah’s proscription against polygamy.

In this suit the plaintiff-appellant Royston E. Potter (plaintiff) challenges Utah’s proscription against polygamy or plural marriage.1 His principal claim is that the termination of his employment as a city police officer for the practice of plural marriage violated his rights to the free exercise of his religion and his right to privacy. On cross-motions for summary judgment, the district court ruled in favor of defendants, explaining its reasoning in a scholarly opinion. Potter v. Murray City, 585 F.Supp. 1126 (D.Utah 1984). Plaintiff appeals.

Plaintiff is a former police officer of Murray City, Utah. The City terminated plaintiff’s employment after it was learned that he practiced plural marriage. The basis for the discharge was that by his plural marriage plaintiff failed to support, obey and defend Article III of the Constitution of the State of Utah.

You’ve got to read the rest! It’s pure comedy gold, and I won’t steal TSO’s thunder by posting the entire thing here. I will, however, whet your appetite by quoting TSO in the following manner:

Crazy people are a dime a dozen, I get that. But crazy people who have amassed in excess of 500,000 page views on a Youtube video discussing how the Federal Gov’t, and especially our Special Operations Brothers killed innocent people and then framed two innocent Chechens deserves attention. Even that wouldn’t be worthy, except, as you note here on this video with 385,484 views, he is being billed as “A retired Lieutenant Colonel in the Army.” He’s a primary source for the lunatics at both Veterans Today, and Infowars.

Go. Read. Enjoy. Revel in the crazy. Confront him. Make this shitbag go away!

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