Skip to comments.The Terminal Vagueness of ‘Everytown’
Posted on 05/04/2014 6:49:13 AM PDT by rktman
Well, well, well another one bites the dust. No sooner had Michael Bloombergs latest gun-control effort been launched upon an indifferent nation than the groups head honcho had announced that he was stepping down. Its time for me to hand off the fight to somebody else, Everytown for Gun Safetys executive director, Mark Glaze, explained to Yahoo News yesterday afternoon. Its a tough issue and a tough grind . . . and theres a point where you feel youve done all you can do.
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Or just private citizens and soliders?
I guess Mark Glaze pissed somebody (Bloomberg) off, or there is a more sympathetic victim icon that can head this idiot moms in everytown gun grab thing. Maybe Gabby? She’ll say whatever you want (through her proxy).
*snort* He saw the huge and massive crowd of 25 show up in Indianapolis to counter the 800,000 people at NRA Convention.
Huge fail on the part of Doomberg.
“800,000” at the NRA convention? LOL! You must have been using the million man march head count machine. Or some sneaky zero snuck in when you weren’t looking. :>}
I always hear the tune “It’s a Small World After All,” every time that stupid Everytown name comes up.
Fortunately, that pipe dream is confounded by the fact that the Constitution meant enough, for long enough, that the People do possess lots of weapons. I have a feeling that the Bundy deal will result in us seeing a tentative approach to forcible disarmament to test the depth of the waters of the People's resolve.
Well, there were those evil weapons of war, (”assault rifles”) visible in civilians hands. Why would any civilian have a need for those terrible weapons? Uh, cause the opposing forces have them? Just a SWAG.
You may be on to something - if we give up our weapons, the government (opposing forces) will surely reciprocate. Don't know how we could have missed it - Kumbaya for all as soon as the People puts full trust and faith in our benevolent
Wow, that was some dream I just had - must have been the hot sauce on my omelet this morning.
Yup, skies filled with flying unicorns and skittle rainbows.
And free Arizona Watermelon Tea on-tap at every corner.
I thought about that after I wrote the other part. I was thinking more along the lines of streams filled with AIT.
Quit spoiling things;)
That's how these people roll.
First it was: Abortion
Then: Reproductive Rights
Then: Women's Reproductive Health
Now: Women's Health
Who could be against women's health? /s
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