Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Republicans have gone from a political party, to a social media club for Sociopaths!!

Paul Ryan's well-rehearsed "thoughtful-concerned" policy positions hit a performance sour note the other day, revealing just who this cruel brutal huckster really is. It was one of the phoniest, and most shameless interviews I've ever seen.

Ryan was out of his element and it showed, feigning concern for the families and victims of the latest mass shooting, and oddly saying that non-religious Americans, the "far secular left," will never be able to understand...that "prayer works." But that's a lot of people he just turned into enemies:
If the U.S. contained just 100 adults, 25 would be people who identify with evangelical Protestant denominations, 23 would be religiously unaffiliated and 21 would be Catholic.
Delusional "Prayer Works:" Either Ryan must think prayer is reducing the number of mass shootings, or prayer is making it easier for families to just write off their losses? What you'll get from the "far secular left" are actual solutions to try and stop as many killings and mass shooting as possible.

Cafeteria Catholic Paul Ryan took a shot at anyone who might be secular, who he thinks is "the far left," all the while blaming Democrats for dividing the country? And those "laws on the books" that prevent people getting guns? I thought laws didn't prevent people from getting guns?

Laura Ingraham repeated what may on the "far right" are saying:
Ingraham: "It turns out the man, who is the hero in this was an NRA member and knew how to use a weapon, and saved the lives of many others."
The best answer to this pathetic chest pounding slogan from the NRA?

Ryan's inaction of the bump stock controversy? Well, that's been delegated away...forever basically. Instead, they're back in business:
A company in Texas called Slide Fire says it will resume sales of bump stocks. Slide Fire founder Jeremiah Cottle hasn't responded to NPR's repeated requests for an interview. But his website offers videos portraying bumps stocks as legitimate gun accessories. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)

UNIDENTIFIED MAN: Every man's birth right.

Bump stock's currently are legal. And Jordan Stein with Gun Owners of America defends the company's decision to resume sales. JORDAN STEIN: They're a company. And they should be free to operate their business as they want. We're opposed to any type of legislation or regulation. If we can regulate bump stocks, then it will open up doors to other measures of gun control.
Don't be surprised someday if you see programs like the parody below becoming a reality.
Some people on Facebook thought this was real...well, no...but that should say something about the bad place we're in when it comes to Gun Crazy:

1 comment:

  1. Since every gun show takes place entirely within the boundaries of a single state, Congress has no legitimate constitutional basis, under its “interstate commerce” power, to attempt to control gun shows.

    No part of the United States Constitution empowers the federal government to regulate non-commercial, intrastate transfers of legal firearms types between private citizens.

    Unadjusted for population, the number of murders in Dallas in 1991 was 500. The number of murders in Dallas in 2012 was 154. The drastic reduction is mainly due to more people arming and protecting themselves.

    Guns save lives. Criminals kill people. Libtards freak out over things they are uninformed about.

    Gun laws don't reduce crime.

    "Around the world, from Australia to England, countries that have recently strengthened gun-control laws with the promise of lowering crime have instead seen violent crime soar.

    In the four years after the United Kingdom banned handguns in 1996, gun crime rose by an astounding 40 percent.

    Since Australia's 1996 laws banning most guns and making it a crime to use a gun defensively, armed robberies rose by 51 percent, unarmed robberies by 37 percent, assaults by 24 percent and kidnappings by 43 percent.

    While murders in Australia fell by 3 percent, manslaughter rose by 16 percent.

    Finally, he notes, there exists not one single academic study showing that the federal Brady Act, assault-weapons bans, state waiting periods, background checks, one-gun-a-month rules or safe-storage laws reduce violent crime. Some research even finds that these rules increase crime."

    Have a nice day.