Sometimes Sarcasm

It’s so truthful, it hurts:

Let’s take a moment to honor the sacrifice of our brave school children who lay down their lives to protect the right to keep and bear arms.

Amused at the NRA whining about people trying to put it out of business. They have their own corruption problems. Seem the gun cult has it’s own concerns putting itself out of business. Meanwhile, get those bargains on free beautician work while the deck chairs are being rearranged.

It could be that change is coming via the 2020 elections. More likely, I think the background check issue will make some progress, though I think people of color will be the easy targets. Maybe they can make some progress with their own motto:

Guns don’t kill people. Crazy white men kill people.


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Todd lives in the Pacific Northwest, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.
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5 Responses to Sometimes Sarcasm

  1. Boxerpaws says:

    criminals have always been known to follow our laws.I’m sure if we add a few more they’ll be even more compliant

  2. Todd says:

    Well, the #1 and #2 things are to make things harder for people to commit suicide, and for non-criminals to go on shooting rampages with battlefield weapons. Following close behind are preventing gun accidents in homes. But if white supremacists want to kill off their own families, I’m not cheering it, but I would see it as natural consequences.

  3. Liam says:

    I will be that guy for a moment. That closing bit is not a piece of humor that does anything but virtue signal, so it’s counterproductive in my view. Of course, a truer version of it would not seem as gratifying in wokeness: “Guns don’t shoot people. But it’s mostly crazy and deadly sane white American men who shoot other American people en masse.”

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