Thursday, April 10, 2014

NRA proposes national registry of Shit That Doesn't Matter

But which will be used to infringe second amendment rights of people.  For Teh Childrenz™:
"How many more copycats are waiting in the wings for their moment of fame from a national media machine that rewards them with wall-to-wall attention and a sense of identity that they crave, while provoking others to try to make their mark," LaPierre said. "A dozen more killers, a hundred more? How can we possibly even guess how many, given our nation's refusal to create an active national database of the mentally ill?"
Glad to see you prove that you're only marginally better than the Brady Bunch*.  Remember, there's no solid science that says that modern psychiatry can reliably predict who will become a mass shooter before the fact.  But you shouldn't have that psychiatric shoulder thing that goes up, because you gunnies are crazy or something.  Jeebus on a motorbike, is there a single strategy from the enemies of freedom that you won't swipe, because you think it's somehow good for the NRA or something?

Screw the NRA.  If they'd had their way Alan Gura never would have taken Heller or MacDonald to the Supremes, and they'd throw everyone who'd ever taken a pill for depression under the Gun Control bus.

Wayne LaPierre, die screaming in a crotch fire, you ignorant, elitist scumbag.  Instead of renewing my NRA membership, I'll send the check to the Second Amendment Foundation who actually care about gun rights and instead of selling even more of them out, are trying to turn back the tide.

Screw you, and the horse you rode in on.  Sideways.

* Yes, I know that this is a year old.  I'm a slow learner, at least when it comes to the NRA.

12 comments:

Scott_S said...

Well GOA just got another 150/yr

Dave H said...

I think that's a pretty broad brush you're painting with BP. I'll continue to support the NRA for their training and education efforts.

But I'd support them a lot more if they would launch Mr. LaPierre into the Potomac from a trebuchet.

Borepatch said...

Dave, this is 100% Fudd. From the NRA.

ShallNotBeInfringed said...

That brush is no wider then the one that will be used to decide who is "ineligible". Please don't tell me that your gullible/naive/patently stoopid enough to trust the goubment to decide which of us is "ineligible". Slippery damn slope if you ask me. The fact that they let that quisling, LaPierre speak for them says that the whole damn organization is shit. Remember, better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.

ShallNotBeInfringed said...

I just got this mental picture of some Danny McGrath lookin' libtard crossing W.L.P. off his to-do list.....

TinCan Assassin said...

Borepatch, I know you were hoping it would work out, but face it, it was over for them years ago, when they started cheating on us with Congress. That whore.

Comrade Misfit said...

I'm kind of screwed as my local gun club is 100% NRA for insurance reasons.

Ken said...

So much for the w(h)ine club and occasional (reluctant) Second Amendment advocate, Negotiating Rights Away.

kotetu said...

If you create a national database of anything, be it mental illness or parking tickets, sooner or later we will all be on it.

One must understand that government doesn't want us to have firearms, therefore we must give it NO AVENUE to take them.

Think about felony prohibition. There's far too many felonies for any of us to be certain we aren't committing them every day, but if you get on the government's shit list, you'll find out. How long before we are all felons and can't own?

Matt W said...

Kotetu, that's a bureaucrat's wet dream. Everyone a felon. Everyone registered. Everyone checking in with parole officers on a regular basis.

The only major roadblock to fulfilling that dream is that those felons could no longer vote for them.

Ken said...

...aaaand that's why they want voting rights restored for (some*) felons.

*Read: politically reliable.

Ken said...

Addendum to my last: I support restoration of voting and Second Amendment rights for at least some felons who have paid their debt to society, on the theory "anyone who can't be trusted with a gun or a ballot shouldn't be without a custodian." I would like more time to think through the details.