Cartoon of the day – no guns

Posted on December 18, 2012 10:00 am

[Source: Mike Lester – GoComics]

Liberals and other defective thinkers seem to think that if we just pass enough laws and regulations, things will magically get better.

I’m not sure whose brains are more defective. Is it the person that decides to shoot up a school or a mall or, well, just anything? Or is it the person who thinks that someone who would shoot up a school or a mall would not dare break a law that bans guns?

Make no mistake: both types of brains are defective. Neither should be involved in making decisions for others.

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5 Responses to “Cartoon of the day – no guns”

  1. Matt Musson says:

    Well passing all those laws against drunk driving certainly worked. This year
    only 10,000 Americans will die at the hands of a drunk driver.

  2. Ogrrre says:

    When the two rectal orifices shot up Columbine High School, the lefties immediately started calling for more gun control laws. When it was pointed out to them that the two perps had broken over 27 federal and state firearms and explosives laws, and they were asked how one moer or a dozen more laws would have stopped them, pretty much the answer was, “shut up!”

  3. Doug says:

    Gun Free Zones.

    Innocent victims aren’t even given the benefit of doubt. The criminals know, by all of the signs, that no one in the Zone will be armed. They also know that when seconds count, the police are minutes away.

    For whose benefit are these signs posted?

  4. Tedwade73 says:

    No law in the world us going to stop someone whose endgame is “They’ll never take me alive.”

  5. Jimmy says:

    “Neither should be involved in making decisions for others.”

    Then let’s shut-down the government because it truly is run by idiots.

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