Saturday, January 26, 2013

a better ban

rather than banning defensive weapons, why don't we ban violent assault movies?


The Local Malcontent said...

Surely you are kidding, hatless-
stifle creative, free expression, guaranteed by the 1st Amendment? not that inconvenient 2nd one...

That's not as showy in Washington as weapons-banning legislation, nor anywhere as near a plume in the hats to the voting folks back home.
(think: riding to the rescue)

(just not the armed cavalry doing that riding to the rescue)

The Local Malcontent said...

of course, you know the above is sarcasm, not ever at you, but at the absurdity of the protesters/demands.

Look at these crime stats in a U.S. city where guns are illegal:

Hatless in Hattiesburg said...

yeah, sarcasm, riiiiiiiight...



but it is amazing (in a pathetic way) how utterly perverse the logic of the chattering class is.