An excellent companion piece for Cooke’s epic 2A rant.
What Your Reaction to My NRA Sticker Says About You
OK, so I don’t have an NRA sticker. Although I’m an ardent gun rights advocate, I am not an NRA member. The NRA and I never really got along all that well. But nonetheless, bear with me here, because I’m about to explain why the NRA sticker says much more about the metrosexual douche pickle who wrote this column than it does about anyone who has that sticker on their vehicle.
I see you quivering in your panties about a sticker, and I snicker just a bit. I look at you and I wonder if you ever had any courage, any integrity, and any understanding of the laws and principles on which this nation was founded. And I wonder if you’re a threat.
A threat to my freedoms. A threat to my way of life. A threat to the Constitution.
Well, seeing as how they’ve done away with most of the Constitution already, I’d have to say that–despite their no-ball, gutless, bedwetting nature–why, yes. Yes, they most certainly are. They’re why the Second Amendment was written in the first place, in truth. And sooner or later, they’re going to have to be dealt with.
Read the rest of it. You’ll love it, I promise. And on the plainspoken merits of this post alone, into Ye Ol’ Blogroll the good folks at Liberty Zone go.