This is not an exhaustive list. Just what I’ve come across with no effort at all, just skimming the news.
What do guns and flat-screen TVs have in common? Absolutely nothing, but where there’s a will, there’s a way:
Some lefties ask “why do you need a 19 round clip for your handgun? 10 should be enough” to which I’d reply “why do you need a 50 inch TV? Wouldn’t a 37 be fine?” Alternatively, I could go with “why? What’s it to you? Mind your own business.”
Because thinking about the blood-soaked and bullet-ridden bodies of 20 five- and six-year-old children in a kindergarten classroom is, and should be, objectively more horrifying to normal human beings than thinking about an aborted fetus, Ann. That’s why.
Biden actually said: “There is nothing that has pricked the consciousness of the American people (and) there is nothing that has gone to the heart of the matter more than the image people have of little 6-year-old kids riddled – not shot, but riddled, riddled – with bullet holes in their classroom.”
Like it’s all a matter of the capacity to visualize gore.
If we picture a bloody mincemeat of fetuses, then do we get to take away abortion rights?
Phil Gingrey: Why do people think I said that women lie about rape, and why do they think I said women who say they were raped should not be allowed to have abortions, just because that’s what I said?
Michele Bachmann: If you worked on my presidential compaign, and you want to get paid, you’ll have to agree not to tell on me about all the illegal and unethical things I did. Because I am a sincere and devout Christian.
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg: How many times do I have to tell you people: I don’t give a shit about the poor and their silly problems.
National Review: Sure, we’re fucking disingenuous hypocritical assholes, but we’re your fucking disingenuous hypocritical assholes.
A restaurant owner in Florida hates same-sex couples, and isn’t afraid to say so to their faces — right after they’ve paid him for the meal they ate in his restaurant.
From the local Fox affiliate in Portland, Oregon: Two men carrying assault rifles stroll through Portland neighborhood to “educate” people:
Calls started coming in to 911 dispatchers shortly before 2 p.m. Wednesday. Callers said two men with guns strapped to their backs were walking through the area of Southeast Seventh Avenue and Spokane Street in Portland’s Sellwood neighborhood.
Officers arrived in the area and contacted both 22-year-old men. They were carrying rifles openly on their backs and were valid concealed handgun license holders in Oregon.
The men told officers they were hoping to educate the public about gun rights.
Officers explained that they were likely to continue generating 911 calls from alarmed people in the area, which would require a police response. Officers reported neither man seemed interested in those concerns.