This Was Predictable

12 08 2014

Bridgeton

In a good way.

Two different versions of the same story, one from the P-D and the other from BizJ.

In the P-D version, we find out that “more women than usual” went gun shopping today.  This is one reason why for the forseeable future, the 2A is on solid political ground.  If you teach a man to fish, you teach a man to fish, while if you teach a woman to fish, you also teach her children and her simp husband to fish.  The 2A community and especially the NRA has had a big and successful push in marketing and PR to women, especially married women, in recent years.  It’s how you dig deep and plant very deep roots into the culture.

In the BizJ version, we see a picture of the two hosts of that Target Talk show on KTRS every Sunday.  However, the last time I was able to listen to it, Sunday before last, they announced they were giving up the show at the end of this month.





Rule Twelve

5 08 2014

Amurrika

futuregun

The NRA and NSSA were willing to meet Obama half way on “illegal guns” (whatever that means) last year.  I bet they would have probably accepted if not engineered a deal to exchange a non-intrusive universal background check for national CCW reciprocity.

So why didn’t Obama travel his half?

Because:

Former National Rifle Association President David Keene agreed: “The Obama administration is treating the gun issue like it’s a political race. They want to separate the NRA and treat the NRA like they do a political opponent during a campaign.

In other words, the 12th Rule, of Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals.”

What Obama forgot is that not everyone was scared to play the 12th rule against him.





Another Arrogant Multi-Billionaire Heard From

10 07 2014

Colorado

Of course they don’t have any roads.  Why would they have roads when they don’t even have electricity, indoor plumbing, or even breathable air?  Those areas are as useless as the far side of Pluto.

So far this evening, we’ve heard from Gates, Buffet, Adelson, Slim, Bloomberg.  What, no Zuckerberg or Ellison?  Maybe LeBron will sign a contract with the Clippers just so Steve Ballmer can get some face time.





Race Notices You

8 07 2014

Indianapolis

He must not yet realize that if he gets what he wants, the NAACP and the cracker jack box theology degree black preachers in Indianapolis will fight it every step of the way.

Because, racial profiling, disparate impact, police brutality.

When you try to solve a racial problem in non-racial ways, you may not notice race, but eventually, race notices you.

 





Selling His Cloak to Buy a Sword

24 06 2014

Joplin

A little more modern application of Luke 22:36.





Dropping a Hint

23 06 2014

Jefferson City

St. Louis Business Journal:

A gun rights proposal that will be on Missouri’s August ballot “will likely lead to increased litigation and criminal justice-related costs,” its official summary says.

No specific monetary figure is cited in the summary, approved by Auditor Tom Schweich, according to the Associated Press. The language is based on an assumption that the amendment would give people new grounds to challenge Missouri’s criminal laws and local ordinances restricting guns.

First off, I don’t know why we’re even voting on this measure, because it would mean absolutely no change in real public policy in the state even if it does win.  SCOMO found long ago that the part of the state constitution’s Bill of Rights that is the equivalent to the Federal Second Amendment, the part that contains “shall not justify the wearing of concealed weapons,” means nothing more than the fact that CCW is not constructed as part of the civil liberty, and certainly does not preclude the state from creating a privilege-based CCW permit system.

But that’s not my point in bringing it up.

I’m not yet at total liberty to say, but I’m going to drop a hint.  Tom Schweich (Tom Danforth) is the key to understanding the answer to a certain still festering question relating to Missouri electoral politics from the latter part of 2012.





Too Much Hassle

27 05 2014

Chicago

I wouldn’t open or operate an above board firearms retailer in the city of Chicago.

For one, all this would be too much hassle.

But there’s a bigger reason.

Official Chicago would make me an easy target to blame for all the city’s crime.

Want proof?  Look at the original article.  Not just for the fact that suburban and Indiana gun stores are already getting the blame for Chi-Congo crime.  It’s that not once does anyone have the gumption to name the ook.

If they can’t name the ook now, they won’t be naming the ook when there are legal gun stores in the city of Chicago.

One more thing.  The article cites New York, and claims that a lot of what Chicago wants to do is what is already being done in New York and can get most of the credit for recent declines in “gun crime” in New York.  When in reality, gentrifying blacks out of the city and Stop-Question-Frisk are far better explanations.








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