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The WaPo gets its gun ban on

An idiotorial: 30 rounds of insanity: gun accessories we donít need

My supposed need has nothing to do with it. I also don’t need editorials advocating trampling of my rights based on false assumptions and faulty reasoning. But I’m not so petty as to demand they be banned.

15 Responses to “The WaPo gets its gun ban on”

  1. Cargosquid Says:

    Has anyone else noticed that the press has ignored the BOMB that he set off that laid waste to a block? The TRUCK BOMB that he built with completely domestic supplies. We were just lucky that so few were killed and injured. Of course, talking about the bomb ruins the narrative.

  2. John Farrier Says:

    30 rounds of insanity: gun accessories we donít need

    The idiotorialist has apparently not been paying attention to recent evens in the UK.

  3. Andy Says:

    But agitating for a ban on these stupid editorials might get the point across, even if you don’t mean it.

  4. kristopher Says:

    And they keep ignoring the fact that the US vendor committed a felony by shipping mags abroad without an ITAR permit.

  5. Mark@Sea Says:

    Unc, I avoid editorials from the Washington comPost just as I avoid other obvious propaganda. Don’t spend too much time there, it’ll rot your brain.

  6. Chas Says:

    Just another ineffectual, gay-sounding, hissy fit from the leftists at the leftist Washington Post. Their commie compadres at the New York Times are even gayer, more hysterical, and more hissy.

    It concludes, “The terrible events in Norway ought to kick-start the measure.Ē

    Ought? As in mere wishful thinking with no basis in reality, or as in “should”, which they should not? It’s hard to know what these cockamamie, communist craptalkers are even talking about. I don’t think that they even know themselves. Fortunately, their man Obama’s failed presidency is collapsing faster than a whore shack in a hurricane. They will be whining from the sidelines after 2012. Expect them to be more indignant, more hysterical, more gayer (if that’s possible), and more hissy. Fortunately, they will be easier to laugh at once they don’t have the presidency on their side, and thus they may even be more entertaining in their self-imposed, hysterical hissy fits. I look forward to helping make that happen. 2012 is going to be fuuunnn!

  7. mike w. Says:

    Uhhh hello?! Has this guy been living under a rock for the past week. Random mob violence in the U.S., massive rioting mobs in the UK. Yeah, I’ll take all the 30 round mags I can get.

  8. Newbius Says:

    I think it’s time to limit the WaPo to 140 Characters per article. Nobody *Needs* 4 column inches to clearly state his mind. (138 used).

  9. wizardpc Says:

    mike w.: The article was written the day before the London riots started.

  10. divemedic Says:

    He says that we don’t need a 30 round magazine to shoot deer. Didn’t Heller establish that the Second Amendment is for defense?

  11. armed_partisan Says:

    Nobody *needs* to read the Washington comPost. Perhaps it should be banned, since apparently, the Constitution is meaningless?

  12. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    Heh, I have enough 30rd mags to stun an ox. Maybe I don’t need them, but if you try to come take them I’ll unload them on you.

  13. Crotalus Says:

    “Idiotorial”. I like it! Mind if I use it?

  14. David Says:

    Since gunwalker is history, they gotta take to Plan B

  15. Chas Says:

    30 rounds, worth about $4, is enough to send the Washington Post into hysterics, but the communization of the United States is something that they never complain about. It’s like they want it to happen. I believe that they do.

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