Guns and Spoons

Guns and spoons

Tweeted @BradThor: A criminally insane man stole legally-owned guns in nation’s 4th strictest gun control state, but left doesn’t want to talk mental illness.

Tweeted @RBPundit: I guess Obama would know about irresponsibly letting guns get into the wrong hands. So he’s an “expert.” #FastandFurious

Tweeted @DonnyFerguson: This week hundreds marched on NRA, while tens of thousands bought more guns. We just had our national conversation.

Little Sisters of the Poor

Obamacare could drive Little Sisters of the Poor out of the US

ObamaCare’s HHS mandate is requiring the Little Sisters of the Poor to provide free contraception and abortion coverage for its 300 celibate sisters who tend to the elderly in 30 cities. Despite Joe Biden’s reassurances that nobody would be forced to violate their consciences, The Little Sisters do not qualify for a religious exemption.

Tweeted @ @StevieJWest: Time magazine chooses President Downgrade as “Person of the Year”. File under: Things That Make Me Hope the Mayans Were Right.

Tweeted @jjauthor: Whats the difference between God and O? God doesn’t walk around Washington thinking he’s Obama.

Tweeted @rsmccain: Obama press conference math: What is the ratio of first-person pronouns to bogus strawman arguments he attributes to his opponents?

Tweeted @DLoesch: When during this presser will the President unveil the magical method of making criminals follow laws?

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Filed under Barack Obama, Crime, Fast & Furious, Gun Control, Newtown, NRA, Obamacare, Second Amendment

9 responses to “Guns and Spoons

  1. What A Hoot

    “Get this! Connecticut already has an assault rifle ban which has been on the books since at least 1993/1994 and is reportedly tougher than the one Feinstein and company passed a couple of years ago.
    If Connecticut’s assault rifle ban failed to stop this tragedy from happening in Connecticut, what makes any rational thinking person believe a nationwide ban would stop such senseless acts of violence from occurring anywhere?”

    As to mental illness, very informative link on school shootings and ssri’s:


  2. chrissythehyphenated

    The National Rifle Association, while staying mostly quiet in the immediate aftermath of the mass shooting in Connecticut, has registered an average of 8,000 new members a day since the tragedy, an NRA source told Fox News.