And then there is offensively stupid:
Rep. Peter King, a
Republicanretarded fuckwit from New York,
Fixed it for you. Yes, we’re feeling ever so helpful today.
is planning to introduce legislation that would make it illegal to bring a gun within 1,000 feet of a government official, according to a person familiar with the congressman’s intentions.
We sincerely hope that they come out with a vehement denial of this and soon because this is about the dumbest thing we’ve ever heard and yes, we’ve watched C-SPAN coverage of Congress before so that is saying something.
Just how in the name of Ba’al’s rotting jockstrap are they supposed to enforce that one? Will our “betters” be surrounded by a moving force field keeping law-abiding CCL holders up to date on whether or not we’re entering a “no carry zone?” Will we implant a rangefinder chip in all Congress-weasels? Will Congress-worms be surrounded by a circle of criers banging on cow bells shouting “Lord of Congress approaching, no gun-wielding serfs may approach any closer!”
Which brings us to another point: What possessed this fuckwit and the equally fuckwitted fuckwits supporting the idea of the notion that Congress-porkers are so much more important than everybody else that they require special rules to protect their holy selves? Their hyper-inflated egos, of course. That was a rhetorical question.
Are they trying to give We the People a good reason to, ahem, “remonstrate forcefully” with them? If so, they’re doing a great job.
Oh, and of course the most important point: Does that pompous arse and his supporters believe that a psycho who is hell bent and determined to bag himself a politician is going to have second thoughts because, you know, planning to murder somebody in cold blood is one thing, but going against an act of Congress stating that you may not possess a weapon within 1,000 feet of a Lord Your Master is just one step too far?
The only, ONLY people who would be even remotely likely to obey such an idiotic edict would be the very people who might very well save the fat, overpaid, underworked porker’s arse’s life by gunning down the assassin first.
Come to think of it, this may not be such a bad idea after all.
We herewith denounce ourself for our uncivil rhetoric.
The rest of the article is equally full of monumental, cosmic fail (it IS the Puffington Host, after all, so it’s not like you’d be expecting signs of intelligence), but this one little bit had us chuckling:
It is already illegal in the U.S. to carry a gun within 1,000 feet of a school.
IS it now? Well, somebody needs to send us poor liberty-obsessed, ig’nant hicks down here the memo, because we sure haven’t heard of it and, last we checked, we hadn’t thrown the other states out of the union we graciously allowed them to join back in 1845.
Imagine if that were true: Googlemaps would have to include an “avoid getting within 1,000 feet of a school” option when asking for directions which might pose some slight difficulties if you wanted to drive around in a city with more than six horses and a whore.
You might want to do some basic fact checking before you reach for your keyboards in the future. Oh, there might be some insane states where that is the rule, we have no doubts, but Texas ain’t one of them.
What an utter waste of tissue those leftists are. If only somebody would come up with a way to recycle them into something useful to mankind.
The rest of the article is equally full of monumental, cosmic fail (it IS the Puffington Host, after all, so it’s not like you’d be expecting signs of intelligence), but this one little bit had us chuckling: It is already illegal in the U.S. to carry a gun within 1,000 feet of a school. Its funnier than you know, because… Read more »
When are these drooling asshats going to accept the fact that criminals, psycos, and those determined to kill/maim/injure someone DON’T GIVE A FLYING DAMN ABOUT LAWS???
The StupidFu is seriously strong with this one.
This guy and his proposal are an insult to real assclowns.
Response to Blackiswhite, Imperial Consigliere @:
1000 ft huh? Here’s a little test: Go out to any local HS (especially during hunting season) in Montana or South Dakota and count how many guns are hanging on gun racks in all the pickup trucks.
You’ll lose count at least twice.
You might want to do some basic fact checking before you reach for your keyboards in the future. Oh, there might be some insane states where that is the rule, we have no doubts, but Texas ain’t one of them. EXACTLY, as long as I do not enter the actual school buildings, I can walk right up to the front… Read more »
The school I work in advertises that we are a weapons-free zone. So, anyone looking to shoot us up will have free and easy access.
Response to Light29ID @: Hell, when I went to school all those years ago in northern MN, in the fall most of us had guns and rounds in our lockers so we could go hunting after school. Amazing isn’t it. We got in fights like any other kids but no one ever pulled a gun and started shooting. ————————————————————————————————————————————- I… Read more »
Response to MasterGuns Imperial Swampmaster @:
That’s because our parents/relatives taught us to respect guns, each other and the law. I learned the hard way, get thrown in jail for D&D…DON’T CALL MOM!
Response to MasterGuns Imperial Swampmaster @:
Hell, all I need is a .300 WinMag and I’ll pick which eyeball to take out
I expected better from Rep. King, who really should have more sense than this. If his proposal is in fact what’s being portrayed, the stupidity of it would be stunning even by the standards of Congress. When I was in college in the Upper Midwest during deer season, there was no shortage of guns on campus (including mine). Nobody ever… Read more »
Response to Light29ID @: Ahhhhhh……but my Renegade is a smokepole….rifled with good sights(no scope) but still a smokepole. If I wanted to really play, I have a few little fellas that I would trust at 750 yds+. After all, 1000 feet is only 330 yds. I don’t have a 300 WinMag but I have a 300 Weatherby Mag. Other Weatherbys… Read more »
Response to MasterGuns Imperial Swampmaster @:
I love Weatherbys but the cost is equivalent to buying a small Caribbean island. I don’t believe buying a $5000+ rifle just to bang the shit out of it running up and down hills looking for a Bull Elk is smart, sorry. I’d rather pay money for a good Leupold or Unertl scope instead.
There is a Federal Statute prohibiting possession of a firearm in a school zone. Title 18, Chapter 44, Section 922, Subsection q(2)(A) states: (2)(A) It shall be unlawful for any individual knowingly to possess a firearm that has moved in or that otherwise affects interstate or foreign commerce at a place that the individual knows, or has reasonable cause to… Read more »
Back to the School Zone thing. Title 18, Section 921(Definitions),Subsection 25. (18USC,921(25) Defines a school zone as: (25) The term “school zone” means – (A) in, or on the grounds of, a public, parochial or private school; or (B) within a distance of 1,000 feet from the grounds of a public, parochial or private school. (emphasis mine) (26) The term… Read more »
Thousand feet eh…..
Not far enough….
Light29ID says: Response to MasterGuns Imperial Swampmaster @: That’s because our parents/relatives taught us to respect guns, each other and the law. I learned the hard way, get thrown in jail for D&D…DON’T CALL MOM! No such luck my Dad was buddies with the Sheriff When I was 17 a girlfriend and I were caught by a deputy on a… Read more »
Response to M167A1 @: I had the same problem, my uncle was a banker in NE South Dakota and knew all the politicians as a matter of course. The county Sheriff found out that I was putting the hammer to his hell-on-wheels daughter and called my uncle, who in turn, called my mother (who went to school with the Sheriffs… Read more »
So long as the gummint a-hole has to always wear some kind of giant, brightly colored warning, so we’ll know to shun them fully, this might not be so bad. I kid–it’d still be bad and unconstitutional, but really, gummint a-holes should have to wear pink or chartreuse jumpsuits or something. They get the same respect from us that they… Read more »
Rep. Peter King? Would that be the same one who used to be such a fan of the Provo IRA, back in the old days? I think those gu;ys tried to carry weapons a bit closer to politicians, and not for show and tell. How did they used to say …?
Response to Light29ID @: After that I didn’t mind basic much I knew all the tricks allready. A few years later no one wanted to be in trouble when It was my turn to be charge of extra duty. If nothing useful like mowing the grass needed to be done I had plenty of ideas gained that miserable summer. Brasso… Read more »
Some more weapons-grade stupid, Dem style: Rep. Chellie PingreeCongresswoman (D-ME) Posted: January 9, 2011 05:08 PM For Gabby’s Sake, Republicans Should Change the Name of Their Health Care Repeal Bill The money quote: A good place to start a more civil dialog would be for my Republican colleagues in the House to change the name of the bill they have… Read more »
Apparently, he really did say it.
Response to M167A1 @: Hell, near the end of my tour in Kuwait, I got a few fuckups, *OOPS* some soldiers in need of additional duty (goddamnmuddafuckin’shittyassedpisswipePCdickheadedshitballs) assigned to what I saw fit, and I got told that I was giving them “Degrading tasks” that is, shoveling sand, moving rocks, etc. Whatda shitty-assed fuck has the Army let itself go… Read more »
After that I didn’t mind basic much I knew all the tricks allready. A few years later no one wanted to be in trouble when It was my turn to be charge of extra duty. If nothing useful like mowing the grass needed to be done I had plenty of ideas gained that miserable summer. Brasso the fence around the… Read more »
We really do need a smiley for “Evil Grin”