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2013-03-15 03:19:53 PM
Intentional spanglish?  Los?  ?QUE?
 
2013-03-15 03:22:06 PM
They're coming to take our guns and our jerbs and give us Ameros.
 
2013-03-15 03:22:19 PM
Not a repeat from 1917.
 
2013-03-15 03:24:22 PM
Wow, that author is more retarded than Wayne-O.
 
2013-03-15 03:25:14 PM
God, this guy is such an a-hole. Stop being such p*ssys, everybody. No one wants your guns. You are free to keep dreaming of the day you get to kill someone.
 
2013-03-15 03:26:12 PM
Thank god this is happening at the hellscape that is National Harbor, and not in DC proper. We don't need additional douchebags descending upon this town-we have more than enough.
 
2013-03-15 03:26:20 PM
Shouldn't that be El Worvelines, subby?


/I am a bad, bad man.
 
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2013-03-15 03:26:20 PM
Yes.  Chinese, Mexicans, and gang-banger hackers want to steal a list of all gun owners so they can attack them.
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2013-03-15 03:27:23 PM
The author of TFA is evidently unaware that Mexico has requested a civilian gun registry for all the border states.

http://www.informador.com.mx/mexico/2013/429151/6/congreso-mexicano- pe dira-a-eu-impulsar-registro-balistico.htm
 
2013-03-15 03:27:55 PM
I can't imagine living in such constant pants-shiatting fear of everything. Waynes World.
 
2013-03-15 03:30:48 PM
los glotones bienen por nuestras armas carajo!  esconden su cuerno de chivo!
 
2013-03-15 03:31:45 PM
It will be nice when we get a Republican back in the White House. They will be going door to door arming the citizens. They just better not redistribute guns taken from the mentally unstable. That be communism.
 
2013-03-15 03:32:10 PM
That's how they do you know...

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2013-03-15 03:32:12 PM
Why would foreign governments care? I don't know, but Mexico's prior requests for the information make it pretty obvious that they DO care.
 
2013-03-15 03:32:39 PM
What's the point of registering lawful gun owners anyway? So newspapers can print those names and addresses for criminals and gangs to access? So that list can be hacked by foreign entities like the Chinese, who recently hacked Pentagon computers? So that list can be handed over to the Mexican government that, oh by the way, has already requested it.

The article is a bit overboard. But he's clearly not stable.
 
2013-03-15 03:33:18 PM
All Hail the Sino-Mexican Army!.

Let loose the Xolosquintles of War!

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2013-03-15 03:33:33 PM
Coming for our guns? Haven't you paid attention to the news in the last few years man, we're selling them to them already.
 
2013-03-15 03:33:37 PM
"El Wolverines" is Spanish for "The Wolverines."

/¿qué?
 
2013-03-15 03:33:41 PM

JesseL: The author of TFA is evidently unaware that Mexico has requested a civilian gun registry for all the border states.

http://www.informador.com.mx/mexico/2013/429151/6/congreso-mexicano- pe dira-a-eu-impulsar-registro-balistico.htm


And Iran and North Korea have asked the US and UN to not sanction them anymore.  Just because a country asks for something, doesn't mean they are going to get it.
 
2013-03-15 03:33:55 PM
Is snark ever going to be done with? It does nothing.
 
2013-03-15 03:35:09 PM
You have to give it to the NRA - they're constantly feeding this ridiculous persecution complex gun nuts have, filling their members with fear, and making members PAY THEM for the privilege, all while actually representing gun manufacturers' interests. Not a bad racket.
 
2013-03-15 03:35:40 PM

Mensan: Why would foreign governments care? I don't know, but Mexico's prior requests for the information make it pretty obvious that they DO care.


Because we funnel asstons of guns to Mexico, and they'd prefer it not happen anymore.
 
2013-03-15 03:36:22 PM

stevenboof: JesseL: The author of TFA is evidently unaware that Mexico has requested a civilian gun registry for all the border states.

http://www.informador.com.mx/mexico/2013/429151/6/congreso-mexicano- pe dira-a-eu-impulsar-registro-balistico.htm

And Iran and North Korea have asked the US and UN to not sanction them anymore.  Just because a country asks for something, doesn't mean they are going to get it.


Yup. Besides, what's the farking point to have the names?.
 
2013-03-15 03:37:32 PM
I can only assume that his muddled point was that the Mexican government, facing an influx of guns that helps to fuel the ongoing drug war, many of which come illegally from the United States, might like to know who is providing them.

However, I don't know what he thinks they could do about it besides complain to the U.S. government to try for an arrest or go after the person if they ever actually go to Mexico. And in either case it would be about targeting gun-runners and their suppliers which already happens. I'm also not quite sure why the Chinese would give a shiat about any such list. It seems like grabbing that would just be noise they'd have to throw out.

Or maybe he's just nuts. I'm starting to think he might have completely lost it at some point in the last ten years because he sure has proven himself to be utterly unhinged recently.
 
2013-03-15 03:38:15 PM

Cagey B: Mensan: Why would foreign governments care? I don't know, but Mexico's prior requests for the information make it pretty obvious that they DO care.

Because we funnel asstons of guns to Mexico, and they'd prefer it not happen anymore.


Yes, but it's done illegally, through the gun shows, or smuggling.
 
2013-03-15 03:38:18 PM
That sounds pretty cool.  Red Dawn is one of the funniest movies I've seen.  The only thing that would be better is if you told me that background checks would be just like "Cobra" or "Raw Deal".
 
2013-03-15 03:38:48 PM

JesseL: The author of TFA is evidently unaware that Mexico has requested a civilian gun registry for all the border states.

http://www.informador.com.mx/mexico/2013/429151/6/congreso-mexicano- pe dira-a-eu-impulsar-registro-balistico.htm


So the author calls LaPierre paranoid for stating that the Mexicans want the gun owner registry when the Mexican in fact want the gun owner registry. Am I to take any of this article seriously?
Red Dawn!!!!
 
2013-03-15 03:40:05 PM

Artisan Sandwich: I can't imagine living in such constant pants-shiatting fear of everything.


Neither can I. So why are people in such a pants-shiatting panic over gun owners?
 
2013-03-15 03:40:10 PM

Bartle J.: You have to give it to the NRA - they're constantly feeding this ridiculous persecution complex gun nuts have, filling their members with fear, and making members PAY THEM for the privilege, all while actually representing gun manufacturers' interests. Not a bad racket.


Oh snap.  What things can we create looming confiscations of in order to drive sales?

Knives and swords have got to be in there.  If I were a nunchuck maker I'd be talking about this all day.
 
2013-03-15 03:41:58 PM
Is anyone doing anything other than just laughing at the NRA these days?

Does anyone take these cries for attention seriously anymore?
 
2013-03-15 03:43:17 PM

Vodka Zombie: Is anyone doing anything other than just laughing at the NRA these days?

Does anyone take these cries for attention seriously anymore?


I wouldn't laugh at someone that stockpiles/masturbates furiously to/gets paid by the manufacturers of guns.
 
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2013-03-15 03:43:53 PM
Dey terk er jerbs gerns!
 
2013-03-15 03:44:27 PM

Vodka Zombie: Is anyone doing anything other than just laughing at the NRA these days?


Considering how much their membership has grown in the last few months, I'd say yes.

It's sad when a large portion of the country wants to mock a civil rights organization though.
 
2013-03-15 03:44:36 PM

JesseL: Artisan Sandwich: I can't imagine living in such constant pants-shiatting fear of everything.

Neither can I. So why are people in such a pants-shiatting panic over gun owners?


Are we? Was the motivation for requiring car owners to register their cars because we were in a pants-shiatting panic over car owners?
 
2013-03-15 03:45:28 PM

Vodka Zombie: Is anyone doing anything other than just laughing at the NRA these days?

Does anyone take these cries for attention seriously anymore?


i would say at least 49% of Americans do. And something like 75% of Farkers, unfortunately.
 
2013-03-15 03:45:49 PM

Vodka Zombie: Is anyone doing anything other than just laughing at the NRA these days?

Does anyone take these cries for attention seriously anymore?


You don't feel like the mood and intent of 4 million gun-toting people whom you don't agree with is something to keep an eye on?
 
2013-03-15 03:47:31 PM

Rapmaster2000: Bartle J.: You have to give it to the NRA - they're constantly feeding this ridiculous persecution complex gun nuts have, filling their members with fear, and making members PAY THEM for the privilege, all while actually representing gun manufacturers' interests. Not a bad racket.

Oh snap.  What things can we create looming confiscations of in order to drive sales?

Knives and swords have got to be in there.  If I were a nunchuck maker I'd be talking about this all day.


It has to be something this demographic cares deeply about, so I'm thinking cheeseburgers, Coors Light, and American flag lapel pins.
 
2013-03-15 03:48:20 PM

JesseL: It's sad when a large portion of the country wants to mock a civil rights organization though.


Can you cite anything that says the NRA is a civil rights organization?
 
2013-03-15 03:49:46 PM

Arkanaut: JesseL: Artisan Sandwich: I can't imagine living in such constant pants-shiatting fear of everything.

Neither can I. So why are people in such a pants-shiatting panic over gun owners?

Are we? Was the motivation for requiring car owners to register their cars because we were in a pants-shiatting panic over car owners?


I think that was more about revenue. Incidentally, cars not operated on public roads don't need to be registered.

For a more parallel case of pants-shiatting panic driving registration, take a look at the use of census records in executing Executive Order 9066.
 
2013-03-15 03:51:39 PM
static.someecards.com
 
2013-03-15 03:52:05 PM
www.carolinashootersclub.com

/obscure?
 
2013-03-15 03:54:24 PM

JesseL: For a more parallel case of pants-shiatting panic driving registration, take a look at the use of census records in executing Executive Order 9066.


Did the same thing happen during Korea or Vietnam or Iraq 1 or 2?  It's almost like we learned from our past mistakes.  You see, there are many people in this world that can admit to making a mistake and do their best to make sure they don't do it again. Most people don't double down on the stupid when they know they were/are wrong. Most people...
 
2013-03-15 03:54:28 PM

stevenboof: JesseL: It's sad when a large portion of the country wants to mock a civil rights organization though.

Can you cite anything that says the NRA is a civil rights organization?


Shouldn't it be pretty self-evident that an organization that works so hard to maintain one of the liberties guaranteed in the bill of rights is a civil rights organization?
 
2013-03-15 03:56:13 PM

JesseL: Can you cite anything that says the NRA is a civil rights organization?

Shouldn't it be pretty self-evident that an organization that works so hard to maintain one of the liberties guaranteed in the bill of rights is a civil rights organization?


So, no?
 
2013-03-15 03:58:47 PM

JesseL: Vodka Zombie: Is anyone doing anything other than just laughing at the NRA these days?

Considering how much their membership has grown in the last few months, I'd say yes.

It's sad when a large portion of the country wants to mock a civil rights organization though.


equal opportunity, we laugh and mock at the ALCU, The rainbow coalition, the NAACP, whatever org the Sharpton runs, and anyone with stupid ideas.

we do not mock the rights, but the idea that you need fear and idiotic propaganda.
 
2013-03-15 04:01:29 PM
I am in over my head trying to outtroll the likes of LaPierre.  I really can't bring anything to the table more disconnected from reality than what he is.
 
2013-03-15 04:01:55 PM
Neo-cons i need some clarity because the derp is getting pretty deep.

Is the government so poorly organized it can't do anything right or is it so powerful that at any moment it will overrun our society and turn us all into Orwellian slaves?

It seems to me that it could be one, or the other, or neither but not both.
 
2013-03-15 04:02:55 PM

SlothB77: I am in over my head trying to outtroll the likes of LaPierre.  I really can't bring anything to the table more disconnected from reality than what he is.


Indeed, if you wrote him into your novel as a character, your editor would say, "Tone it down with this guy, he's unbelievable and distracting."
 
2013-03-15 04:03:06 PM

DubtodaIll: Vodka Zombie: Is anyone doing anything other than just laughing at the NRA these days?

Does anyone take these cries for attention seriously anymore?

You don't feel like the mood and intent of 4 million gun-toting people whom you don't agree with is something to keep an eye on?


I'm willing to think that the majority of those members really just wish LaPierre would go away.
 
2013-03-15 04:04:20 PM

stevenboof: JesseL: For a more parallel case of pants-shiatting panic driving registration, take a look at the use of census records in executing Executive Order 9066.

Did the same thing happen during Korea or Vietnam or Iraq 1 or 2?  It's almost like we learned from our past mistakes.  You see, there are many people in this world that can admit to making a mistake and do their best to make sure they don't do it again. Most people don't double down on the stupid when they know they were/are wrong. Most people...


Thank you for making my point. What we've learned is that when the government starts making lists of people, they tend to do ugly things with them. We've learned that those lists are easily abused and that they're generally best not made at all. When they must be made (and it should take a damned good reason) they need tight controls to prevent their abuse. Even if you support what the current administration will do with them, consider what the next administration might do differently.

The idea of the government putting together a list of citizens who have chosen to exercise a constitutionally protected right should give the chills to anyone with an ounce of respect for liberty.
 
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