Skip to comments."It's Time: Listen to the Children" - Owen Benjamin (and the unbearables) [parody alert]
Posted on 03/25/2018 11:50:16 AM PDT by Voption
"Every since the most recent school shooting the liberal media has banded together to solve the problem. Some people are cynical about the media, not me, I think they finally know that it's time. It's time to listen to the children for once..."
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“Solve the problem”
..that’s a good one...haha
Yeah let’s listen to the kids, except the ones who are NOT for gun confiscation, they were not allowed to have their voices heard
“It’s Time: To give our guns to Hitler...”
My days of listening to whiny, poorly educated, intolerant brats funded by Hollywood are long past
Gosh I wish we could ask school children to solve ALL our problems.
I wonder what they think of the $21 Trillion in debt their grandparents left them?
Do you think they will continue to pay those old-ass folks once they realize that they spent all of their money?
Nope. We are adults for a reason. These are ignorant children in need of learning, not cowing to their whims.
Unmitigated Bullshit 🐂💩
I think we should listen to these kids...
I mean who doesnt want to live in perpetual sunshine, eat rose petals and drink dandelion tea...Frolic in the nice morning mist and live having fun all the time...No nasty old gun thingies to worry about and if we need money, Mommy and Daddy can just go to the bank and get us some...
Ahhh...The life!!! If we only listen to the kids...
The bears are hilarious!!
Listen To The Flower People....
We need to listen to what our children think, then as PARENTS and Adults, enlighten them to the realities of their world.
As you say, in a perfect world, there would be no need for guns. We don’t live in a perfect world. So we prepare and train for people who do not play by the rules, do not obey the law, or are unable to judge between right and wrong. There is a saying in mine and many other families
“Lord, let me live long enough for my children (who know everything) to finally realize, that they don’t.
As children get older, they are generally amazed at how wise their parents really are. Its our job to keep them alive until they are smart enough to survive on their own.
So listen to them, understand their point of view, and when necessary, instruct them on the errors in their reasoning, and explain why. If they are reasonable, they will listen, if they are not....Revert to rule 1, protect them until they do.
As my Dad used to say, in our family it is not a democracy, you will do what I say, and follow our rules, as if your life depended on it, because it does. In return, I will love and cherish you forever.
So Children of America, we will listen to you, and then we will protect you from lawbreakers, murderers, molesters, criminals, and those would would do you harm. Whether you like it or not. When you are on your own, you can make decisions and live with the consequences. Until then, its my job, and I will not relinquish it to you or anybody else.
Oh, and remember, I love you with all my heart.
“Bearded dragons have the answer” .
That was actually pretty good.
Yup, indeed. Make 21 the law for EVERYTHING (especially Abortion, DL’s, Video Games, “Energy Drinks”, Porn and Sexual Intercourse lol). As 21 INFRINGMENT for 2A will be swatted away by SCOTUS. Watch the liberal piggies squeal.
If these kids are so wise and must be listened to, then why is it necessary to pass laws making it illegal for everyone 21 and under to own a firearm? I would think that these kids, being wise and moral enough to lead us adults could be trusted to own a firearm.
Listen to us? Which group of us? The Tide Pod eating morons or us homeschooled gun teens? Choose carefully...
There is much wisdom to the old adage “Children should be seen and not heard’’.
That was funny stuff!
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