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What life is like when you’re not David Gregory

Man drops his family off in DC for touristy stuff. Gets arrested for having standard capacity magazines. He was later found not guilty.

Meanwhile, David Gregory has still not been arrested.

2 Responses to “What life is like when you’re not David Gregory”

  1. Chas Says:

    Here in the US, equality under the law means, “Go fuck yourself”. I mean, that’s fair, isn’t it?
    Of course, as the nation’s chief law enforcement officer, Obama has weighed in on this and insisted that David Gregory be treated equally, hasn’t he? He has applied the pressure of the presidency to insist that there be equal justice in this matter hasn’t he? Why do I hear crickets?
    I’m going to load my rifle magazines tonight. Break open that 400-round, South African battle pack. Because I have reason to be scared.
    How come a black president allows a black man to be prosecuted for having a magazine, but not a white man? It’s because of social class, ordinary vs. privileged. Marxists aren’t racist because they don’t have to be. They do their discriminating based on social class. Either you’re one of the elite, or you’re not. Go to prison, or not. Itís that simple.

  2. mikee Says:

    This drama is unfolding in a typical manner.
    The hacks in local government are proceeding by doing the following:

    1. Ignore the obvious.
    2. Refuse to acknowledge the obvious when it is pointed out by others.
    3. Initiate an “investigation” of the obvious in the hope those pestering you about it will go away.
    4. Ignore publicity about the double standard being demonstrated.
    5. Deny there is any basis for further action (coming soon).
    6. Ignore the public clamor about this preferential treatment.
    7. Finally admit the basis for the public clamor is correct, there was a reason action should have been taken.
    8. Act confused when this admission is not accepted as the end of the matter by the clamoring public.
    9. Eventually admit that while the clamoring public is absolutely correct about everything, the amount of time that has passed since the event in question makes any further action unnecessary.
    10. Ignore further public complaints.
    11. Finally state than an internal investigation has revealed that ‘mistakes were made’ and corrective actions have been taken to make sure similar mistakes never happen again.
    12. Never speak of this again.