Random Thoughts: What’s an Assault Weapon?

Posted on January 18, 2013 9:39 am

If your email isn’t spam, “Hello and Good Day” is a bad way to start it.

If Obama actually had any respect for the 2nd Amendment, he would have done nothing but complain about Chicago’s gun laws.

Bunch of things might stop a madman (AWB, violent video games regulation), but know of one thing that definitely will: a bullet.

I don’t know why if people are actually worried they want to put trust in things that maybe kinda sorta will protect them.

If I were the Secretary of Defense, half my term would be spent pounding a table with my fist while shouting, “Kill them! Kill them all!”

I hope none of these laws are expecting me to turn in the high-capacity magazines I already own, because I’m not.

I mean… I don’t have any.

You ever seen a 10 rd magazine for a 15 rd gun? It’s really sad. Bottom third of the magazine is solid plastic.

I find anyone completely mystified by how a gun works a little pathetic. Why does’t our education system teach important things?

How about the American public is allowed to own any type of gun Eric Holder is comfortable selling to Mexican drug cartels.

You know, if you really don’t like liberty there’s like over a hundred different countries you can move to. We only get the one.

Know what might help make more people in America happy, we bring back that whole federalism idea. What happened to that?

Was actually really curious about when the can was invented versus the can opener. “I put all your food in cans and you can’t open it! Ha!”

“Why can’t we just have people register laser guns like we do jetpacks?” -arguments we’ll have in the future

The reason Chicago has so many murders is that is has so many fewer gun laws than the rest of the nation.

Every gun in the hand of a criminal is an “assault” weapon and no gun in the hand of the law abiding is.

I think at some point we need to really question this whole idea of letting politicians pass laws.

We should assess the mental health of politicians before letting them have access to gun control laws.

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9 Responses to “Random Thoughts: What’s an Assault Weapon?”

  1. Steve says:

    A bullet? You mean a hail of bullets,right?

  2. FredKey says:

    I propose the Barney Fife Law: all crazy people have to carry their bullets in their shirt pockets. We can judge how dangerous they will be based on the side of the shirt pockets and take steps.

    I solved it!

  3. Son of Bob says:

    “You know, if you really don’t like liberty there’s like over a hundred different countries you can move to. We only get the one.”

    Kinda like, if you think Mexico is really awesome and you want America to be more like Mexico, instead, just go back.

  4. Iowa Jim says:

    If I were the Secretary of Defense, half my term would be spent pounding a table with my fist while shouting, “Kill them! Kill them all!”

    So you’d be another Rumsfeld?

  5. Dohtimes says:

    Behind every politician making laws to control gun ownership are a bunch of guys with guns to enforce them. Dean Wormer would tell them that fearful, ignorant and full of hate is no way to go through a reading of the Constitution.

  6. Jimmy says:

    The issue of which came first, the can or the can opener is often debated by Cats lamenting the years when tuna cans could not be opened for some reason.

  7. Tau Dades says:

    *CRAZY CONSPIRACY TIME*

    What if, stick with me for a minute, Obama actually DOES support the 2nd Amendment. He loves it so much that he has spent his whole life pretending to hate it, so that one day when he becomes President, EVERYONE will freak out and buy a bajillion guns! He just lucked out and it happens to be happening during a bad economy and giving gun manufacturers a massive boost.

    He is sitting in his office right now, secretly overjoyed that so many more people are now armed and protected because of his actions.

  8. NoMoBama says:

    Cambridge —

    Police intervened in an attack as a Cambridge man “viciously” beat a Natick man unconscious, according to police reports.

    Officers Peter Vellucci and M. Donahue were on patrol in Central Square at around 2:10 a.m. on Dec. 23 when they reportedly saw a man laying unconscious on the ground while two males “violently” kicked him in the head. Police saw one man, later identified as Junior Nash, 26, 83 Auburn Park in Cambridge, kick the victim several times before running when officers arrived at the scene.

    A witness showed police a video of the incident depicting the victim, a 29-year-old Natick man talking with Nash at the corner of Mass. Ave. and Pearl Street. Nash reportedly walked away, talking on his cell phone when the victim pushed him from behind. A second unidentified man reportedly pushed the victim to the ground while Nash regained his footing and the two proceeded to kick the man until he was unconscious.

    The man was transported to an area hospital. Police recovered a knife from Nash and charged him with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (to wit: a shod foot), carrying a dangerous weapon (to wit: knife), and disturbing the peace.

    ASSAULT SHOES!!!!

  9. RAML says:

    We should assess the mental health of politicians before letting them have access to gun control laws.

    We should assess the mental health of politicians before letting them have access to any laws.

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