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Cognitive dissonance

Gun control activist butthurt it’s hard to buy a BB gun in NJ. Well, these are the laws you want, right?

4 Responses to “Cognitive dissonance”

  1. Crotalus Says:

    Funny, how the laws they wanted are suddenly “Not Cool” when they bite the gun grabbers in their own asses.

  2. Matthew Carberry Says:

    Note that in the comments the repeated pro-gun folks calling him a dumbass ended the columnist’s participation, and yet I and Sean and knowledgable others still had to educate those ostensibly on our side on the actual law.

    Responding with reflexive anti-liberal bullshit talk defeats the purpose. If you are “conservative” and claim to be pro-gun but can’t make a non-bumper sticker argument then shut the hell up until you learn to play with the grown ups.

  3. Mu Says:

    So he wants gun control, just not this kind of gun control. Because we all know once they have the procedure in place they will never make it more difficult.

  4. John A Says:

    “As if someone willing to commit mass murder cares about perjuring himself.” Gosh. And

    “Based my limited experience, it seems like when gun laws are written (mostly) by liberals (like me) who don’t feel connected to gun culture you might end up with a hot-mess-of-a-law that makes it needlessly complicated for law-abiding tax-payers who wish to comply with the rules to acquire a gun for any non-crazy reason.” Might?

    And then to conclude, at the end, that criminals can get weapons so “easily” because conservatives (well, Rs and NRAers) are against yet more restrictions which apply only to the law-abiding…