…The GOP Assault on the “Fast and Furious” scandal.
Now that I’m 60 I still feel the same way. Of course 60-something certainty can be even worse. Witness the Tea Party!
My Buddy sent me a link to the youtube “confrontation” between a somewhat ill spoken fan of Huey Newton challenging a wannabee Andrew Breitbart who was passing out U.S. Constitutions up at UMD.
Both kids (I think that’s the operative description here) say things that are twisted out of context by the other. What do they think they are doing? Running for President.
The Newton lover gets the worst of it because he’s doing the most talking. Its a good reminder of the adage: It is better to remain silent and have people think you a fool than to open it and prove it.
It was May 2, 1967, and the Black Panthers’ invasion of the California statehouse launched the modern gun-rights movement.
Rush Limbaugh :
“What Mr. Loughner knows is that he has the full support of a major political party in this country.”
Congressman Gifford’s husband.
But I’d have to fetishize guns.
Here’s Gabriella’s moderate mocking, GOP opponant’s campaign literature.
My Grandfather won the Medal of Honor then put his guns away in civilian life. He would have found the idea of any candidate running for political office as though he was from the “hood” perplexing. Actually, I suspect he would have thought that the RINO mocker should be locked in a mental ward. Such is the state of the GOP today that all its leaders are falling over themselves to criticize liberals for making hay about another mass murder committed with a gun purchased the day before.
Grandpa was also a Rock Ribbed Republican.
I wonder who sighted Sarah’s rifle?
Just in case anyone tries to lift a few pennies from the collection plate.