September 17, 2013

Question of the Day

Here's one for 'yas: As it seems now, that the Washington Navy Yard shooter had numerous mental health and anger issues ... which should have precluded him from obtaining a weapon, should the following two individuals be so prevented as well -- based on their following statements?

Statement #1:

You f***ing Republicans are all to blame. Your advocacy of deregulation for the last 30 years is responsible. The greed that underlies your policies and that invades your supporters was your motivation. You put yourselves and your wallets first, and our country last. You should all be round up and shot. Seriously.

That's Delaware Douche of the Local Gaggle of Moonbat Bloggers. If a person gets so worked up over political disagreements that he wishes his opponents dead, should such a person be permitted to own a firearm?

Statement #2:

While reasonable people can disagree about whether or not George Bush had prior knowledge of the 9/11 attacks, nobody disputes the fact that he wanted a "pearl harbor" [sic] type event to happen in order to create a pretext for attacking Iraq.

This is Jason "Trust Fund" Scott of the same blog. Should someone who believes that it "is reasonable" to think our previous president actually allowed 9/11 to happen, and claim that nobody disputes that the for POTUS wanted a "Pearl Harbor" event to occur, be permitted to own a firearm? Doesn't this suggest serious mental health issues?

Posted by Hube at September 17, 2013 05:47 PM | TrackBack

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Much of what the DelwareLiberal crowd says suggests mental illness / mental health issues.

I've lost count of how often folks there have either openly called for physical harm to come to their political opposition, expressed glee when their political opposition suffered a death, physical tragedy, or openly hoped for pro-gun folks to get shot, lose a love one, or commit suicide.

Is it any wonder such nasty people, with such violent tendencies want to ban guns? They don't trust themselves with one (with good reason) and thus must force their ideals upon those of us who ARE responsible and non-violent.

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