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Old 18th February 2022, 04:28 PM   #1
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Jesus Guns Babies

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'Murica!! Love it or leave it!! And get a haircut!!

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We all love all three them both, right?

It's just me but I go for the guns. Georgia ya know.
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I always thought Jesus was kind of a dick, but Jesus Christ, now he's gunning babies!
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Old 18th February 2022, 05:12 PM   #5
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Not sure if this is a slam poetry recounting of the immaculate conception, or a first draft from Warren Zevon.
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Assumed this was from a parodic film, but nope.

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MTG has been bloviating about making a run for governor. Looks like she's got some competition.
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Folks, it only gets worse.
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Plain and simple. It’s Jesus, guns, and babies. And yes, with the commas… that’s grammatically correct! Not politically correct because I don’t fall into that category! Twitter link

Guns because we have the right to protect ourselves from tyranny.
It's no longer about protecting ourselves from criminals, it's about protecting ourselves from...tyranny? Seriously?

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Folks, it only gets worse.


Guns because we have the right to protect ourselves from tyranny.
It's no longer about protecting ourselves from criminals, it's about protecting ourselves from...tyranny? Seriously?
This is not a new development. Certainly for as long as I've heard gun-nutters nuttering, it's commonly been focused around the idea that guns are a constitutional right because people need to have the means to violently revoke democracy in the US if the democratic process results in laws they personally don't like.
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This is not a new development. Certainly for as long as I've heard gun-nutters nuttering, it's commonly been focused around the idea that guns are a constitutional right because people need to have the means to violently revoke democracy in the US if the democratic process results in laws they personally don't like.
The concept of resistance to tyranny has always been part of the 2A landscape. Like...since the beginning.
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Old 18th February 2022, 11:11 PM   #13
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The concept of resistance to tyranny has always been part of the 2A landscape. Like...since the beginning.
It's been a manufactured excuse to hang onto their guns. Like...since the beginning.
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I unfortunately can't unsee "guns" as a verb.
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I'm just imagining what a girls' night out with Kandiss, Lauren, and Marjorie would be like.
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I'm just imagining what a girls' night out with Kandiss, Lauren, and Marjorie would be like.
I'm just imagining what a guy's night out with them would be like. They say you shouldn't have sex with crazy, but that doesn't fit my experience.
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I'm just imagining what a girls' night out with Kandiss, Lauren, and Marjorie would be like.
Oh don't play coy. You know that she's the one you've been waiting for.
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Oh don't play coy. You know that she's the one you've been waiting for.
True. I didn't think there was anyone more stupid than Lauren and Marjorie. But Kandiss completes them: she's the Curly Joe to their Moe and Larry.
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Old 19th February 2022, 01:01 AM   #19
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It's been a manufactured excuse to hang onto their guns. Like...since the beginning.
Exactly. The only way a rabble ousts a Superpower is if that Superpower's military goes over to the rabble. When the 2A was ratified, the US was hardly a Superpower--by the standards of the time. Today's gun stroker is content with any fiction that allows him to keep his Precious. Which is why he will gloss over the object of the 2A, the "well regulated militia" (of muzzle loaders) and skip straight to the "shall not be infringed" conclusion.

For some time now I've been perturbed and fascinated by the peculiarly obscene flavor of American Christianity, which might as well be called "The Church of the Guns of God Send Money". Ghandi was so very right in liking the Christ but not the Christians. But these "Christians" are edging close to inversion. Like, Mirror Universe level.
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It's been a manufactured excuse to hang onto their guns. Like...since the beginning.
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

Seems like more of a stop-gap to ensure that the State is protected by willing volunteers until such time as an army can be established after negotiating the requirements of the federalism.
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Originally Posted by Susheel View Post
"A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."

Seems like more of a stop-gap to ensure that the State is protected by willing volunteers until such time as an army can be established after negotiating the requirements of the federalism.
Without militias, how else are these almost exclusively right-wing men gonna get their testosterone pumped jollies being big, bad, macho men?
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True. I didn't think there was anyone more stupid than Lauren and Marjorie. But Kandiss completes them: she's the Curly Joe to their Moe and Larry.
Whilst mockery may be fun, the problem is that these people keep getting elected. In some cases it may be because they simply represent the correct party but it's becoming clear to me that their values are shared by a majority of Republicans and Republican-voting independents.
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Whilst mockery may be fun, the problem is that these people keep getting elected. In some cases it may be because they simply represent the correct party but it's becoming clear to me that their values are shared by a majority of Republicans and Republican-voting independents.
Fair point. I never thought I'd see the day that Georgia would elect 2 democratic US senators (and I've worked on some of the number-crunching internal polling), and was mildly ridiculed for that belief.

A new democratic governor, maybe not but at least it should be close.
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Guns because we have the right to protect ourselves from tyranny.

This is not a new development? From someone running for governor of a state with 10 million residents? To make it a linchpin of their candidacy? This at a time when people consider a mandate for school kids to wear face masks in the classroom an act of tyranny.
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Yeah I'm guessing she won't get very far, more of a primary fight between Kemp and Perdue. But we'll see, I've learned to not get used to conventional wisdom these days.
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I saw video the other night of a woman at a school board meeting literally screaming at the board members -- it was a budget hearing -- how about family budgets? To treat the long term damage their kids will suffer from having had to wear face masks in the classroom. Other attendees were cheering her on.

They became so unruly they finally had to be escorted out by police. Fortunately, none of them were prepared to exercise their second amendment rights, though I'm sure most believed the school board was acting 'tyrannically.'
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It's been a manufactured excuse to hang onto their guns. Like...since the beginning.

They forget, or likely never knew, that George Washington personally led troops armed under the provisions of the Second Amendment to put down a rebellion by farmers who were refusing to pay taxes.
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It's been a manufactured excuse to hang onto their guns. Like...since the beginning.
The "security of a free state" language was manufactured by the people who drafted the amendment itself.
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Kanndass is posing with what appears to be an M1 or M1A1 from WW2. WT everlasting F? We know she's a reactionary, but is she trying for actual time travel?

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The "security of a free state" language was manufactured by the people who drafted the amendment itself.
But I suspect that the interpretation that this means threatening people who disagree with you was not.
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But I suspect that the interpretation that this means threatening people who disagree with you was not.
Tyranny isn't merely "people who disagree with you," IMO.
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Folks, it only gets worse.
So she's wrong on everything else, but correct on the use of the Oxford comma. I'll cut her some slack then; I'm a one-issue voter.

If she had a clue, she would get Nitzer Ebb to do her campaign song.

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Folks, it only gets worse.


Guns because we have the right to protect ourselves from tyranny.
It's no longer about protecting ourselves from criminals, it's about protecting ourselves from...tyranny? Seriously?

H-E-L-P !!!
I just love the juxtaposition of a military rifle between pacifist Jesus and a widdle baby that deserves to live by its nature. It's like they don't see it.
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Tyranny isn't merely "people who disagree with you," IMO.
Nor in mine, but we seem to differ in this from a frighteningly large body of today's defenders of Freedom.
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Tyranny isn't merely "people who disagree with you," IMO.
Yeah, well tell that to the likes of Klan Mom MTG, and her ilk of heat-packin' Karens.
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Whilst mockery may be fun, the problem is that these people keep getting elected. In some cases it may be because they simply represent the correct party but it's becoming clear to me that their values are shared by a majority of Republicans and Republican-voting independents.
I think that's become fairly obvious these last few years.
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They forget, or likely never knew, that George Washington personally led troops armed under the provisions of the Second Amendment to put down a rebellion by farmers who were refusing to pay taxes.
True. However, it doesn't really work to use events that occurred over 300 years ago when the US had been in existence for a handful of years and had no real standing army but relied on state militias. Times change.
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The concept of resistance to tyranny has always been part of the 2A landscape. Like...since the beginning.
No, just no. The idea that the Founding Fathers wanted people armed to resist a central government is laughable.
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True. However, it doesn't really work to use events that occurred over 300 years ago when the US had been in existence for a handful of years and had no real standing army but relied on state militias. Times change.
Just to nitpick, it was 1794, so it was 228 years ago.
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Just to nitpick, it was 1794, so it was 228 years ago.
Yep, the Whiskey Rebellion. I hit the 3 key instead of the 2. I blame the keyboard manufacturers for putting the numbers in order.
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