View Full Version : How creepy that Walmart has military-style rifles on its Web stie
What a turtle-neck wearing little weenie boy. He needs to take his Prius out for a slow drive in the passing lane to calm down a little.
"You have to ask, home defense against what? When you’re buying that kind of hardware, you’re not preparing for a burglar. You’re stockpiling “the government.” And that’s really what a lot of this gun fetish comes down to, crazy right-wingers who are preparing for either the judgment day, or the overthrow of the US government. Either way, it’s not much of an argument for selling this kind of garbage at Walmart."
Um, yes. Isn't the ability to overthrow the government an original intent of the 2nd ammendment? To prevent another king?
I think the issue was, and remains the King and his aristocrats don't particularly like the common people having that option.
God, that site is fully of really ignorant people. I posted a couple of comments so let's see how bad I get flamed.
as the fact that they sell caskets @ wal-mart.com
don't believe me...search it!
Creepy is America electing a progressive socialist twice.
Saw you there Tarpley and backed you up with the hyperlink
I wonder if that guy realizes the Sig M400 has a 100% approval rating on walmart dot com. I'll bet nothing else does.
Posting comments on that website reminded me why I don't post much.
People just don't care about facts. I felt like I was 12 years old again and surrounded by a gang of special education students who thought I "looked funny".
One guy asked me why Korean shop owners were carrying banned Bushmasters during the LA riots. Huh, guess he's not much on history. IIRC, the riots were 2 years before the AWB. You cannot reason with people like that. Anyway, I have no more time to waste on them when I can be educating people who will actually listen to the facts instead of just calling me a gun nut. I don't think I called anyone any names over there but I think I was called crazy and gun nut several times.
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