Gun Owners Need A New Leader
I once again call on all those “millions of responsible gun owners” out there that I keep hearing about every time there’s a gun atrocity in the news, and we are told that, in response, we are not supposed to even, maybe, consider, possibly, talking a little about, hypothetically, adjusting both our laws and our attitudes toward firearms in order to make the populace more murderous, lest we find ourselves slandering these “millions of responsible gun owners.”
Here’s my request. Rid yourself of Wayne LaPierre as a national spokesman.
National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre has heard and read what the media is saying about the Jovan Belcher murder-suicide and thinks an element is missing. “The one thing missing in that equation is that woman owning a gun so she could have saved her life from that murderer,” LaPierre told USA TODAY Sports on Thursday.
It’s just autonomic with this clown now. I’m not entirely sure he’s alive. He chatters out these talking-points which, in this case, happen to be ever cheesier than usual because, as we have learned as the investigation of the unspeakable tragedy in Kansas City proceeds, is that, not only did Kasandra Perkins have her own guns, she also knew how to use them.