Any other nominees?
Vigilance, Perseverance, Justice
Any other nominees?
…we’re gonna have to outlaw hands, too. Or maybe soccer.
Although no one has yet given me a satisfactory explanation of how ANY of the proposed legislation, including expanded background checks, would have prevented the tragedy in Sandy Hook, it looks like most of America, once again, has decided that passing more laws in response to tragedy, without consideration of unintended consequences, in a pussy attempt to feel “safer”, is the way to go.
We wouldn’t want to expand care for the mentally ill, or maybe make life easier for ex-cons coming out of prison when it’s so much easier to become even more authoritarian, after all. That’d be too “liberal”, or “Christian”, or something.
Tags: mass hysteria
I think Kevin rocks. I donate to his site. http://www.solarham.net/
But that’s not a new fact.
1. Tea Party activists are not Republicans.
2. Tea Party activists aren’t nearly as concerned about winning.
3. Attempts to bridge the gap between establishment Republicans and the Tea Party are doomed to fail.
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