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Why are anti-gun activists so violent?

Remember folks, it’s us crazy-assed gun nuts who are all violent and stuff:

It would be pretty difficult to do the kind of damage that was done on Monday at Virginia Tech with a single-engine Cessna. That’s even if I filled the tanks and flew it into a building — say, the one where 60,000 NRA members are gathering in St. Louis for their annual meetings.

Don’t tempt me.

I guess it’s OK since he didn’t advocate shooting them. I suppose if I were violent and did not trust myself, I might be anti-gun too.

10 Responses to “Why are anti-gun activists so violent?”

  1. thirdpower Says:

    Just the usual ad hominems and insinuations of violence against the NRA. Maybe it should be pointed out that the Brady Bunch sent out e-mails asking for donations of $32 on the day it happened.

  2. Yosemite Sam Says:

    He’s a pilot too.

    Maybe someone who has such violent thoughts and tendencies should be more closely scrutinized by the FAA.

    As as he so ably pointed out, he could do a hell of a lot more damage with a light airplane.

  3. Kirk Says:

    He would not stand a chance of getting within 2 miles of the convention as we would all whip out our .50 cal saturday night pocket assault sniper pistols and shoot him out of the sky… LOL…

  4. Tam Says:

    Luckily, he gets fewer hits a day than you do in an hour, so most people who read that screed will be folks that go there from this link to make fun of him.

    Just sayin’.

  5. Adam Lawson Says:

    Maybe he’s overcompensating for having a small manhood.

    I mean, why else would someone feel the urge to fly a roughly phallic object into a building full of people, if not to prove his might?

  6. _Jon Says:

    The answer to your question is that people like him have no power within themselves, so they project their (lack of) power via violence.

    If he were truly comfortable with himself, his strengths, and his weaknesses, then he would accept that we do what we do without harming him.

    But he can’t so he lashes out.

    They don’t trust themselves with guns, so they can’t comprehend how we can be trusted with guns.

    Also,
    It occurred to me that this is an extension why so many other nations fear the power of the US military. They do not trust that their government can be controlled to not abuse their military might, so they do not believe that we can control our government, or our military might. So they want to neuter us.

    Some of them see know difference between the government of Iran and the government of the US. They see all governments as the same.

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    Thanks, Uncle! I think you just got me another debate parter!

  9. Linoge Says:

    He seems to be the only one worthy of the effort among the crowd. The other two have devolved to the point past ad hominem attacks and now they are just snickering amongst themselves at the stupid little pro-gun peons. Of course, they are probably banking on our stupidity for us to not notice that they did not even attempt to address… well… any of the points brought up.

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