Guns Don’t Kill People, Chubby Injun Kids Do

Here it comes again. Native American nazi kid shoots up school. The ‘gun are bad’ crowd loves stuff like this so they can rail about how evil guns are and once again clamor for a ban (as if legislation will cancel out the law of supply and demand, we see how that works with the war on drugs.) Aside from that, in the case at hand I see some more arguments against the anti-gun lobby. From the article:

As Weise entered the school through a doorway with a metal detector, he was confronted by 28-year-old Derrick Brun, an unarmed guard.

Anybody else see the problem with the last two words of that sentence? Let’s see, guns are bad so we’ll have a metal detector to detect them and we’ll have a guard to run it. But the guard won’t be armed because guns are bad. SO HOW IN THE FUCK ARE YOU GOING TO DISARM THE GUY WITH A GUN??????

The real problem is not that guns are bad but it’s that this nation is so gun-phobic that we’re sending security guards to protect schools with only their own two hands. Nice. What’s the point of having a metal detector if your guard doesn’t have the means to disarm the kid? Hey, sweet! We detected a gun! Now what?

Number two, even the most diehard anti gun people will agree that if nothing else police officers must have guns. Where did this kid get the weapon he used? He stole his grandfather’s police guns. So a ban on guns for regular civilians would not have helped in this instance.

Outlawing guns for regular citizens would not help but would actually embolden the criminals who could then commit more B&Es, rapes, and robberies as they would know the general populace is not strapped. Plus that cab driver I blogged about last week might have gotten popped by the bad guy rather than the other way around. When you think about the effect of guns don’t forget to factor in how many more future crimes were prevented when that cab driver killed that bad guy.

Here is the part where I would normally have a concluding paragraph to wrap things up. In summation I will say that guns are not bad, some people are bad and when they get out of hand we need something to shoot them with. Harsh language only goes so far. Freakin’ chubby injun Nazi!

11 Responses to “Guns Don’t Kill People, Chubby Injun Kids Do”

  1. R says:

    But the guard won’t be armed because guns are bad. SO HOW IN THE FUCK ARE YOU GOING TO DISARM THE GUY WITH A GUN??????


  2. Phelps says:

    The only thing worse than Illinois Nazis are Minnesota Nazis, apparently.

  3. Cosmic Siren says:

    I’ll second that. I was married to a guy from MN. I think the lake water does something to their brains.

  4. guy in the UNLV jacket says:

    I just want to know how a Chippewa Indian becomes a Nazi, Last I looked they were just another one of the mudd races

  5. Mexigogue says:

    I’m sure you read this in the article but I’ll add it anyway:

    The idea of Weise’s joining a neo-Nazi group is not as surprising as it may seem, said Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center in Alabama. The center tracks hate groups. “Believe it or not, we run across this all the time,” he told CNN. “We’ve found Jewish Nazis, gay Nazis, blacks who wanted to be white supremacists. The reason it isn’t so unusual — these are powerless people to whom images of powerful people are appealing.”

  6. R says:

    Why don’t they just kick their own ass and call it a day?

  7. Mexigogue says:

    Dude, that part where the son stopped answering his father’s letters and started returning them unopened was sad. I hope my son never becomes a white supremacist.


  8. TB says:

    at least we saved tax money. We don’t need to pay for that dirt worshipper behind bars for years….instead he decided to take a nap now..

    at least…

    still sucks.

  9. SUVs. They use the same logic whenever an SUV is involved in an accident or crime that makes the news…as in “SUV derails train” and “SUV robs bank.”

    It would have been better if the school security guard had possessed a firearm and had shot the little fuck at the door. The media arguments would have been more intriguing that way.

    Watch to see if it turns out the kid was on medication.

  10. Phelps says:

    Anti-depressants. Nailed it.

    Apparently, we’ve chosen A Brave New World and 1984.