Superior Spider-Man writer Dan "Set the Record Straight" Slott is pissed -- PISSED I tell you! (Dan likes to use CAPS a lot on Twitter) -- that the US Senate failed to achieve the needed 60 votes to pass increased background checks for gun purchases:
Rubio, you voted against this. I'll do EVERYTHING in my power 2C you NEVER become POTUS. I'll be the most politically active SOB in America.— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) April 17, 2013
You tell 'em, Dan! Meanwhile, the economy still sucks ass, unemployment is ridiculously high, the debt and deficit -- the latter of which Boss Obama said he would halve by the end of his first term in office -- are astronomical, Gitmo remains open, Obama has increased the assault on civil liberties that the Left constantly bitched about for almost eight years under GW Bush ... but Slott will become the "most politically active SOB" around because one [GOP] Senator voted against what he wanted. And how dare Rubio? Doesn't he know who Slott is?? He writes Spider-Man, dammit!!
And let's throw in Slott with the anti-GOP Election Truthers like fellow comicbook moonbat Erik Larsen:
.@killinginist Yes. A very vocal minority. His name was Antonin Scalia. Welcome to America. Land of the Free.— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) April 17, 2013
Got that? Somehow, being the writer of a major comicbook character automatically makes you a legal and historical genius! Who knew that one US Supreme Court justice made George W. Bush president in 2000? I'd ask Slott to explain that one -- like I asked for evidence that Fox News is "unequaled" when it comes to political sleaze -- but he's blocked me.
And here's another Slott "fact":
.@killinginist We do NOT have universal background checks in America. Only in around 60% of gun sales. This is NOT what 92% of us want.— Dan Slott (@DanSlott) April 17, 2013
Only Obamanauts continually cite this fiction. The "Bubble," after all.
Slott has stated before he doesn't really care what consequences may come his way for being politically outspoken, I'll give him that, at least. But as has become quite evident, unfortunately he's just another far-left moonbat who exists in the "progressive" bubble where everyone agrees with one another, and pats each other on the back for believing in the "right" things. On the current issue, I happen to think expanding background checks is a good idea; however, the polls have consistently shown that gun control ranks low on the list of concerns the American people have these days. The aforementioned economy, unemployment and deficit/debt rank considerably higher. Hell, even "Ethical/Moral/Family Decline" ranks higher than gun control. And if Slott rants about the Senate doing "what the people want," then why doesn't it then ditch ObamaCare? Or, at least, make a major modification of it?
Ah, Dan ... keep on enjoying that comfy womb-like Bubble, amigo.Posted by Hube at April 17, 2013 09:06 PM | TrackBack