Friday, December 20, 2013

Guntards Think They Can Terrorize Everyone Everywhere

Apparently they really think we seem them swaggering around with their penis substitutes and swoon from all the macho patriotism.

That's not swooning, assholes: that's puking in disgust.

From Salon:

Last month, “Liz” (a pseudonym) experienced some of those reactions when she noticed a group of men with guns gathering just outside Blue Mesa Grill in Arlington, Texas. Liz had organized a lunch meeting for fellow members of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, and open carry activists decided to protest outside the restaurant with AK-47 and AR-15 rifles.  “The only reaction I had was ‘I’m not going out there at all,’” Liz says. “They were all carrying rifles. There was a lot of firepower, and a lot of potential for carnage out in that parking lot. Absolutely I was scared.”

That sort of fear is what open carry activists say they want to eliminate over time. In an online list of goals, the open carry activists at Come and Take It America say they want “to condition Americans to feel safe around those of us that carry [guns].” The same goal is listed on the Open Carry Texas website. Open carry activists are aware that their marches scare people; they’re used to encounters with police who are responding to 9-1-1 calls. But Grisham says his group tries to maintain good relationships with local authorities, “in case they do get phone calls from concerned citizens, they can explain that, ‘no, these guys are just exercising their rights.’” He believes people will overcome their fears once they grow accustomed to seeing guns in public. “Our philosophy at Open Carry Texas is, if we can get people used to seeing AK-47s and AR-15s and deer rifles and shotguns and .22s and things of that nature, when we finally get open carry of pistols passed it won’t be such a big deal.”

Habituating people to guns so that they no longer perceive any threat, however, might not be prudent. After all, fear can be a useful survival instinct. “I don’t know to what extent it is beneficial or even possible to reduce fears that are actually very adaptive or normal or useful fears,” Blanchette says. Without a fear of snakes, for example, we might behave more carelessly around them — and get bitten.
Read the whole disgusting thing. This is pure barbarism.

Also criminal stupidity. Civilized societies confine gun carry to trained and authorized law-enforcement officers.  That makes it easy to tell the bad guys from the good guys. 
If every tiny-dicked asshole with a chip on his shoulder has got automatics in hip holsters, you can't identify a threat until it's too late.
So you have two choices: become one of them and take a bazooka with you wherever you go, or spend your life on your knees begging the guntards not to hurt you.
I choose to take all the weapons away from the motherfuckers and lock them up for life.
There. Fixed.

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