This 30 Second Gun Control Commercial Leaves 2nd Amendment Fanatics Speechless



Talk to a gun nut and you will inevitably hear them babble about the Second Amendment as being absolute. “Shall not be infringed! Shall not be infringed! SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!!!!! The Founding Fathers WANTED all of us to have guns to defend against blablabla.”

But there’s just one little detail about the Founding Fathers that gun nuts always seem to ignore: They lived over two centuries ago.

Here’s a short but brilliant commercial that shows why that makes all the difference in the world:

And that’s the problem with an amendment written about guns over 200 years ago; It has little to no bearing on today. When the 2nd Amendment was written, guns could only shoot one bullet at a time (and not very accurately). It was literally impossible for a single person to commit mass murder. By the time even the quickest of shooters could reload, someone would have knocked their ass to the ground.

In that context, everyone having a gun made perfect sense. You would need a, ahem, well-regulated militia, to kill a room full of people. In that context, guns did not give any one person the power of life and death over dozens of other people.

But, of course, advances in technology have turned guns from a tool meant for hunting and war into a weapon of mass destruction, capable of killing 20 children in 5 minutes. No sane person would think the Founding Fathers, who created the Electoral College because they didn’t trust the average American’s intelligence, would want those same people to have that kind of power. It’s one thing for a well-regulated militia to take up arms against tyranny blablabla but it’s quite another for a single “patriot” to be able to walk into the Senate chambers and kill everyone in it without having to stop to reload.

Welcome to Gunmerica. Hope you survive the experience.

Zimmerman Sending Threats On Twitter While Bragging About Killing Trayvon Martin (TWEETS)

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It wasn’t easy to prepare this report from Addicting Info.  Not at all…


A couple of years, ago a young man name Trayvon Martin was walking home from a convenience store after picking up some Skittles and iced tea. Then, as he strolled towards his father’s house, an insecure and paranoid creep named George Zimmerman decided to stalk the young man. Zimmerman phoned the police, because he didn’t like the sight of a young African-American man walking through his neighborhood. And, not trusting the police, he decided to follow Martin even after being instructed not to by the emergency operator.

Zimmerman then confronted Martin while carrying a gun. Martin, likely fearing for his life, not knowing whether to fight or flight, seemingly decided to fight back. This provocation by Zimmerman to get Martin to fight back also apparently gave the gun-toter permission to shoot the young man and kill him.

Keep in mind, this entire situation was avoidable by Zimmerman. He sought it out. He unilaterally decided a black kid was suspicious because he was…black. It was a blatant act of racism. Of course, Zimmerman denied this and legions of trigger-happy racists leaped to his defense swearing on a stack of Republican Bibles that race wasn’t a factor.

But now we have undeniable proof…

Zimmerman, now very proud of himself that he got away with murder, has decided to take to Twitter. The thing about Twitter is, it usually shows the true side of people that may have not been previously known to the public.

The “not racist” Zimmerman has a Confederate rebel flag as his profile image, artwork he created himself that calls for Second Amendment solutions. Something he’s proven to be very fond of administering himself.

So if it wasn’t clear by now that Zimmerman was racist, let’s take a look at some of his recent tweets:

That’s right, someone on Twitter said they wanted to slap Zimmerman, so he responded by bragging about killing Trayvon Martin, then tells them to try it… which is a direct threat.

But don’t worry, he still classifies himself as a “Christian.”

So not only is he not regretful of his fateful encounter with Trayvon Martin, Zimmerman appears to be quite please with himself, proud almost, and doesn’t give a rat’s ass who knows it.

Zimmerman’s proud of being racist, and knows he has a hefty amount of support by fellow bigots nationwide, so he’s basking in the glow of his heinous existence as the piece of scum that lines the bottom of a trash bag filled with elephant feces.

He has zero respect for human life, and is seemingly a sociopath who doesn’t show remorse for the killing of a young man who we now know did absolutely nothing wrong and was just walking home.

If there’s a hell, there’s a special place waiting just for him.

George Will Calls Trump A ‘Bloviating Ignoramus With A Low IQ,’ Trump Then Fires Back

When I saw George Will’s comments via MSNBC this morning, I laughed and said to myself, Good for George (GOPer)Will.  After all, someone in the Republican party needs to speak out against the incessant birther conspiracy nut, Donald Trump.

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The Republican Inane Clown Posse’s number one performer, Donald Trump, injected life into an otherwise totally bland and monotonous Mitt Romney last week when he publicly threw his weird hair into the VP ring, including throwing a lavish fundraiser in Las Vegas for the presumptive nominee. The Donald may no longer be running for President of the Unites States, but it looks like he’s vehemently running for President of the United News Cycles. Trump is still hurling around ridiculous birther claims despite Obama not only producing his long form birth certificate, but totally destroying Trump comically at last year’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Romney, who is no stranger to openly embracing the wacko endorsement (see Ted Nugent), left himself opened to criticism from the usual critics on the Democratic side. But apparently Romney’s blithe embrace of the bombastic billionaire and his willingness to use his washed-up celebrity to raise campaign cash is so egregious that it even caught the attention of reliable conservative Republican George Will.

Will, who ordinarily can’t find a Republican he doesn’t love, completely thrashed Trump when he called him a “bloviating ignoramus.”

“I do not understand the cost-benefit here. The costs are clear. The benefits, what voter’s going to vote for him because he’s seen with Donald Trump? The cost of appearing with this bloviating ignoramus is obvious, it seems to me. Donald Trump is redundant evidence that if your net worth is high enough, your IQ can be very low and you can still intrude into American politics,” said George Will on ABC This Week(Source: Mediaite)

Perhaps Will is overlooking the fact that two soul-less and morally bankrupt corporate shells who mimic the human form always stick together.

Trump, whose skin is about as thick as whatever the heck that thing on is head is, inevitably fired back at Will’s fairly astute observation of Trump and the Republican party’s continuous plunge into the contaminated waters of the lunatic fringe.

 “George Will may be the dumbest(and most overrated) political commentator of all time. If the Republicans listen to him, they will lose,” said Trump on his Twitteraccount. (Source: Politico)

Regardless of how you feel about George Will, his comments were one hundred percent accurate and if Romney wishes to remain palatable among independents and rank-and-file Republicans, he would immediately sever ties with the Donald. Then again, much like with the Nugent endorsement, Romney shows himself to be a totally inauthentic, power-hungry phony who’s willing to cater to the lowest common denominator if it means more campaign cash or currying more Tea Party support.