Gun nuts are deranged. They unanimously prefer fondling their tools more than protecting their loved ones. There's some common sense for you. You are invited to convince me otherwise.
CW13 is a clueless, humorless RWNJ. Never saw him post a rational argument. Ever. His kind are one of the main reasons I'm leaving Arizona forever. Adios.
The stupid people don't really understand how dumb they are, and they don't care. To them, life is just something to be endured, until they die and Jeebus welcomes them into his heavenly realm (or as most intelligent folks would describe it -- an unendurably dull eternity.) The challenge for the rest of us is to tolerate them kindly, while working diligently to prevent them from taking over our government. To a great extent, we have already failed. (Being intelligent evidently doesn't guarantee a sense of responsibility.) Meanwhile, the addle-brained among us manage to swarm to the polls en masse. Hence the conundrum. Smart people need to get it together, lest our democracy be doomed.
I've never set foot in that place and never will. It's a twisted monument to killing for fun and glory. Trophy hunters are the lowest form of humanity and should not be encouraged. They are the perfect embodiment of arrested development.
Nice words. It's just too bad that this magical valley is increasingly being occupied by proudly ignorant, science-hating, fanatically fundamentalist gun worshippers. Barry Goldwater would be shocked and ashamed of what Arizona is becoming.
Right-wingers have never been able to handle truth. It's because they all live in a fantasy world. Things just never change; the cycle goes on. We are screwed.
History will be very kind to Barack Obama, whose achievements in the face of unprecedented obstructionism are remarkable when assessed by a rational observer. After two years of juvenile nihilism in both houses of Congress, American voters will elect a new Democratic president and very possibly restore sane majorities in the legislative branches in 2016. Right now the primary enemies of democracy are the conservatives on the Supreme Court who appear to be bought and paid for by multinational corporations. One must remain optimistic, because the alternative is too horrible to contemplate.
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