Gun control caused the Holocaust.
The Republican party’s base, ladies and gentlemen! The Republican party’s base.
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The Republican mantra: When all else fails, find a Nazi metaphor.
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We don’t need gun control. We need douchebag control.
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Yeah, neither of those events had anything to do with ethnocentric nationalism.
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I don’t think Joe knows what “ethnocentric nationalism” is. I’m pretty sure that you could bring that up, and he’d spout off some catchphrase that dumb people use to deflect the fact that they’re dumb.
And let’s not mince words – Joe the Plumber is the Forrest Gump of the sanitation industry.
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let’s not forget this man isn’t even a real plumber.
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When was the last time you hired a plumber who was a real plumber?
National dialog about gun control coming up here any day now. Huge gun control law thing happening? No? Uh, ANY gun laws being debated or even talked about publicly? No again. Uhhh, better keep your nazi reference ammo dry there joe the nothing.
Actually there is a “Huge gun control law” being debated in the U.N. but I don’t think the opinions he was expressing was in reference to it . I do find it interesting how many of you focused on either debasing his political affiliation or his intelligence rather debating what he was saying which is a first step in suppressing a population is to chip away at their ability to protect themselves. Although I don’t consider myself part of either political camp many of my views are very liberal but it’s these types of attitudes that keep me from wanting to associate with the left wing party.
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Democrats are centrist, unfortunately the majority of the voting population in the US is center right.
I doubt we’d ever be lucky enough to vote a true leftist into office here.
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The so-called “gun control law” that the UN is discussing right now is a treaty on regulating the arms trade. Just about every other type of manufactured good is subject to international treaty standards. Given the easy availability of small arms on the international black market as well as the recent proliferation of civil conflict in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, this would seem appropriate.
Whatever fears have been kicked up are unfounded or at least premature, considering a draft proposal hasn’t even been presented yet. The conference on this proposed treaty is being held next month. There’s no indication that domestic gun laws would be affected, and even if they were, any enabling legislation would have to allow for Second Amendment protections. But I suppose fearmongering is good politics.
It’s the Reds under the bed again; control through paranoia. As Rush said in 1981, “Ignorance and prejudice and fear walk hand-in-hand.”
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I’d rather hear what he has to say about the 4th amendment but he probably can’t count that far.
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Love when people try to bring up 1930s Germany in gun control talks – Here is a nice short article debunking that myth The US has 330 million people now and over 270 million firearms (per the Reuters article I found from 2007 and even if someone in power wanted to get rid of all firearms from private citizens it would be an impossible task.
People still think that guy is worth listening to? Oh yeah, this is fuck-yeah-amerika. I forgot.
Funny thing is that Politifact just did this whole review finding that President Obama has been completely silent on the gun control issue. No one is trying to take your guns away, rednecks.
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