Sunday, September 11, 2011

Monday, September 05, 2011

Stupid people

If you're in the mood to read what stupid people write when discussing gun laws and a 'study' put out by the Brady Center - go read this.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Tuesday, March 15, 2011


I think this would be fun to wear around Madison, Wisconsin right now...

Saturday, February 19, 2011


If you want to read the thoughts of the loony left with regard to the Union hissy fit in Wisconsin I suggest going over to Little Green Footballs (no link provided). The hysterics over there is humorous.

Friday, February 18, 2011


As a resident of a state that borders Wisconsin I've been watching with great amusement as the union members protest proposed legislation that would affect their collective bargaining agreements. It seems to have been started by teachers (who called in sick to go protest in Madison and, IMO, should be identified and fired) and has been joined by other union members. ~25000 strong they have made a mess of the capitol grounds and seem to have not gotten the message about being nice to each other. Lots of images portraying Governor Scott Walker as Hitler and with bulls eyes on him. (and no cries of angst from the looney left).

Thankfully Governor Walker isn't backing down. We'll see what today brings.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Some observations since the shooting in Tucson

Using tragedy to attack the Constitution:

Carolyn McCarthy (D - New York) set to introduce another gun control bill

Bob Brady (D - Pennsylvania) plans to introduce a bill that would ban symbols like that now-infamous campaign cross-hair map.

Making people wonder how they were ever elected:

Bob Kerrey (D - Nebraska [Ret]) blames the shooting on the impending vote to repeal ObamaCare

James Clyburn (D - South Carolina) wants the Fairness Doctrine brought back

Peter King (Rino - New York) wants to make it illegal to bring a gun within 1,000 feet of a government official

And lets not forget the morons in the media:

MSNBC anchor Richard Lui "Is it time to rethink the Second Amendment?" (Good thing it was MSNBC. There are only 3 or 4 people watching)

And last but not least - The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence is using the tragedy as a fund raiser.

Sunday, January 09, 2011

No shock

Not long after the tragic shooting in Tucson yesterday the sewers of the internet (Daily Kos, Little Green Footballs, etc) instantly started the meme that the Tea Party, Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, etc were to blame for the shooting. No desire to wait for the facts - just place the blame.

And the Main Stream Media picked up and ran with it. Never mind it appears the shooter was an apolitical nut - the political opportunists on the left are following the Rahm Emmanuel philosophy of not letting a crisis go to waste.