Tuesday, February 12, 2013

SotU: Standing on Graves to Deliver the Speech

To hammer home his commitment to disarming the populace, Obama has selected victims of guns to attend the SotU tonight. He will point them out in the crowd to punctuate his remarks.
Notice that the attendees are gun victims rather than gun crime victims.
Please take a closer look:
(WASHINGTON) -- As a 16-year-old, Rep. Jim Langevin of Rhode Island was critically injured while working with the Warwick Police Department in the Boy Scout Explorer program.

A veteran officer handling a .45-caliber semiautomatic pistol, not realizing a round rested in the chamber, pulled the trigger, bouncing a bullet off a metal locker and striking the teenager in the neck, severing his spinal cord.When President Obama prepares to begin his State of the Union address and looks out to his Cabinet, the Supreme Court and a sea of lawmakers Tuesday night, he’ll likely notice the seven-term Democrat off to his right sitting up front in a wheel chair.  But Langevin won’t be the only reminder in the House chamber of how guns can change the course of history.

What is the message? That this person was the victim of an accident where a police officer violated the cardinal rule of firearms safety? No - In Obama-World, Guns change lives. Here we have the president building a bridge out of wheelchairs and severed spines to span the fallacious chasm.
How is an unfortunate accident related to a criminal act? It's not, but it jerks tears and placates the wackiest gun-grabbers in the US. I don't believe the Brady Campaign even goes as far as to suggest that even Cops should be disarmed. But that's the take-away!

Langevin told ABC News’ chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl that he wanted to be sure there was a “heavy presence” of people who have been directly affected by gun violence in order “to really put a human face on the tragedy of gun violence.”

Really? An accidental discharge of a firearm in the hands of a police officer should now be considered gun violence? Oh, I get it... the anti-gun people say the guns alone are bad not the people that wield them.
Lets take this moronic twist of logic one step further.
To exploit even more victims, Langevin urged lawmakers to give seats to victims of violent gun crimes.
It's not about violent crimes, its about guns! Langevin was not the victim of a violent crime.
Langevin invited one of his constituents, Jim Tyrell, to attend the president’s address as his guest.  Tyrell’s sister, Debbie, was murdered in 2004 during a robbery at a convenience store she owned in Providence, R.I.  The shooter has never been caught.

Again - this was not because the presence of a gun killed his sister... she was in the wrong place at the wrong time and the wrong State since Rhode Island restricts the ability of a law abiding citizen to arm themselves.
The Gun-Nuts in American politics - the true Gun-Nuts that want to disarm Americans are going "all-in" on the victim appeal push.

The take-away before I even witness this purification of logic: The President and the Anti-2A Lawmakers are vile despicable creatures. They are ghouls that frequent fresh graves seeking body parts to build the facade of the agenda.


Tom said...

I keep wondering which of the attendees he's going to insult. The time he blasted the supreme court was fun. (well... not for them.)

That's the kind of thing that keeps that rabble of criminals, savages and know it all cowards that he lovingly calls "his base" happy. Nothing impresses a liberal like rudeness.

ikaika said...

Ted Nugent will be in the audience.

chess said...

I wish levin was there


frithguild said...

I've been there before, I'm comin' back for more
I know what you like
Back in town again, lookin' up my friends
You know what I like
Madness in the air, crazies ev'rywhere
I know what you know.
It happens ev'ry night, I gotta take a bite
Ev'rybody's Gonzo
Come on
I know you know ev'rybody's Gonzo

Ikaika said...

\m/ \m/