Beyond Stupidity

Says Uncle brings up a link that really makes me both sick and enraged at the same time. From the article:

But as a progressive, I would sooner lay my child to rest than succumb to the belief that the use of a gun for self-defense is somehow not in itself a gun crime.

So this individual would rather see his child dead than admit that self-defense is a natural right? This kind of logic is downright pathetic, hell even deadly. Let’s take a moment to consider this.

The author would rather his child DIE than ADMIT self defense isn’t a crime. I’m truly at a loss for words. I’m assuming Doug The Author isn’t a father because I can’t think of any father who would rather their child die than ANYTHING, let alone simply admit something.

2 thoughts on “Beyond Stupidity”

  1. I cannot even begin to understand what this sewer blockage is thinking. By this cess-pool’s reasoning, schools should shackle the track team in the event of a fire because it’s unfair that they might miss the “oppertunity” to burn to death? Or that this “person” values the life of a violent criminal over their own children?!
    This lack of civilized thought infuriates me! I could never trust my kin to this failure of humanity!

    1. I didn’t even know where to begin with this either. I mean the man pretty much said that children should not be given a chance to escape because it might be unfair the those less crafty. Yes he actually would rather every child face the same chance of death than allow those who are slyer and luckier to escape with their lives.

      On top of that he condemn self defense with a gun as a crime. I’ll tell you what if I had children I’d rather they threw a desk through the classroom window and ran like Hell instead of sticking around to see what happens in the case of a mass murderer.

      Survival of the fittest may not be pretty and certainly isn’t fair. But it gives some a chance to survive instead of the fair method where everybody gets a chance to die. How the Hell this guy can be a teacher is beyond me.

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