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Why are anti-gun activists so violent?

Another member of mayors against guns on trial. This one for domestic abuse.

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

  1. Miguel Says:

    Isn’t he also in MAIS? Mayors Against Illegal Soup?

  2. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Maybe because “They’re Special”?

  3. bobby b Says:

    Maybe because, being violent themselves, they assume that the rest of us also suffer from ill-developed inner restraints? They know for a fact that THEY would jump right to the gun drawer if their wife undercooked the ravioli again, and so they just assume that we would, too.

    It’s a variation of “I wouldn’t want to join any club that would admit ME as a member.”

  4. Rizzo Says:

    Simple. They want to decrease the chances of getting shot when they assault someone.

  5. screw the statists Says:

    Because they have small penises? Just throwing it out there.

  6. Crevek Says:

    To them they’re far superior to the great unwashed in flyover country and if great men(them) can’t be trusted nobody can.

  7. Erik Says:

    Like Rizzo says. Violence is a tool for them to get their way. It can be either physical violence, psychological violence or rethorical violence with the threat of physical violence (“get in their faces”).

    If people are allowed to have arms and to defend themselfes, these people cant use their favorite tactic. They cant intimidate people easily if the people have the means as well as the right to defend themselfes and their homes.

  8. TeeJaw Says:

    It must be a natural human tendency to project. Dishonest people are suspicious of others, very honest people are overly trusting of others. Quick-tempered people assume others will over react to minor insults if they have a gun.

    Also, hate and fear are closely related. People who fear guns can more easily hate people who donít.

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