And To All of You ProgNazi Democrat Fucks

…yammering about how you “don’t really need a gun because most people never find themselves in a position where they could have used it”, here’s a thought: (Yes, we know. “thought”. How fucking scary is THAT to a brain-washed drone of the Nanny State?)

Most people don’t have their houses burned down by freak lightning, yet most people still insist on carrying insurance against just such an event, just in case.

So we suppose that we should outlaw homeowners’ insurance as well?

Fuck you, you filthy fascist fuckheads.



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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    I wrote my concresscritter about these idiotic and unconstitutional gun grabs. This is the moonbat’s reply:

    February 21, 2013

    Dear Angry Webmaster, (I changed the name)

    Thank you for reaching out to me with your views about proposed changes to our nation’s gun laws. Listening to my constituents is a fundamental part of my job as it helps me to best represent you and New Hampshire’s priorities in Congress.

    I am a firm believer in the right to keep and bear arms enshrined in the Second Amendment. In the wake of the tragedies in Newtown, CT, Aurora, CO, and other communities, I also believe a healthy debate is needed over what more can be done to keep our schools and communities safe. There is room for certain common sense measures to accompany and complement our constitutional freedoms, such as existing limits on gun ownership for individuals with dangerous criminal histories. And while no law or policy can eliminate violence in our country, that cannot be an excuse for inaction. We need a balanced, comprehensive approach that strengthens enforcement of existing laws, improves access to mental health services, and rids our streets of military-style assault weapons.

    As our nation continues to debate potential changes to our gun laws, I look forward to meeting with New Hampshire law enforcement officials, hunters and sportsmen, school administrators, first responders, mental health counselors, gun owners, and all other stakeholders to discuss the best way to protect the rights of responsible gun owners and ensure the safety of our children and communities. Reducing gun violence should not be a partisan issue, and I strongly believe that both parties can and must come together to get serious about preventing future tragedies.

    Thank you again for sharing your thoughts with me. I strive to maintain an open dialogue with the people of New Hampshire about issues important to our district. If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact my Concord office at (603) 226-1002 or my Washington, DC office at (202) 225-5206 or visit my website at


    Ann McLane Kuster
    Member of Congress

    To which I plan on replying as soon as I can word it properly:
    “I hope you enjoy your single term in office you old goat fornicating moonbat!” :em07:

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    LC Moriarty, Imperial Goatherd growls and barks:

    … and rids our streets of military-style assault weapons.

    So she’s in favor of disarming the police and the Secret Service. I wonder how they feel about that.

    I am a firm believer in the right to keep and bear arms enshrined in the Second Amendment.

    Oh wait. She’s a hypocrite and a liar. Nevermind.

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    Annie needs to be made to explain what part of “…shall not be infringed.” is so difficult to understand.

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    Mark12A growls and barks:

    Geez, AW. The response to her you put in your post seemed clear and succinct. Go with it.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Mark12A @ #:

    Geez, AW. The response to her you put in your post seemed clear and succinct. Go with it.

    Oh, I intend to write something up later today. First comes that work stuff. Must pay the ammo bills after all. :em01:

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    LC SecondMouse growls and barks:

    angrywebmaster @ #5:

    Might I suggest:

    Dear (insert some form of salutation here – I don’t recommend ‘dungbeetle’ if you want the letter to be read);

    While I appreciate your response to my concerns, I must register my further consternation. First, I am perplexed by the series of contradictions present in your reply. For example, you appear to affirm the Second Amendment by name at the outset, and then to deny it in the following paragraph. You must understand that as an individual deeply concerned with my rights and those of my fellow man, I find myself with even greater concern than that which prompted me to write you in the first place.

    For my part, I believe I am correct in expecting that the elected servants of the people of this great nation will exercise wisdom and great care in passing and enacting new laws that further encumber our freedoms. I believe you will agree with this statement.

    Why, then, would legislators with such great responsibility to people and posterity consider a response such as yours when a cursory review of the facts reveals that no such action is warranted, or may even, as has become the norm throughout government, produce unintended consequences resulting in greater harm than the ills you are trying to address? For example, it may have come to your attention that the so-called ‘assault rifle’ is far less likely to be involved in a murder than a hammer, a knife or a bare-handed assailant. Or that approximately 1 percent of all child murders occur in schools. Yet act we must, in a fury of self-righteous indignation, having unwisely chosen the wrong target. The only thing certain through this approach is that we have guaranteed that the horror we seek to address will occur again, as penalty for our misguided efforts. And again. And again.

    If you are a legislator worthy of being remembered with the best of those who have served since our founding, then you are a careful student of history and contemporary affairs as well. If so, you will understand me when I say that the time for courageous leadership is upon us, and principled defense of our rights is your obligation under the law. I urge you to find the courage to do what is right, not that which may reward you politically, as you serve this nation on this and other deeply important issues.


    That guy standing in the shadows in the parking garage every 3 or 4 days whose face you can’t seem to see. (ok, don’t use that)

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    LC SecondMouse @ #:
    You may suggest and I may use something like this if I reply to her email directly. I’m just about to post my “Official” response on my blog.