1) Where was the other person in the theater with their own 100 round magazine and AR-15 to stop the gunman? It is all the fault of atheists and liberals of course. For being so godless… All we need is Jesus. Right? Like in the middle ages. Come on people!! Wake up!!!

2) Who doesn’t need to fire 60 rounds a minute? Plus it is a constitutional right, hence I want to carry around a bazooka or an RPG with me just in case. I’m hoping the NRA is on it right now. Can you imagine all the tragedies that could be avoided if more fully automatic rifles with extended magazines are made available? It is a simple concept. There is no better way of stoping a fire than by putting more gasoline in it. Right?

3) In addition since background checks are ineffective there should be NO background checks at all. Just more guns for everybody. When everybody has a AR-15 with them at all times everybody will be so safe that police will not be needed. Imagine the billions in taxes that people won’t have to give to evil government!! Can you say personal posse?

The glorious republican future where everyone is armed to the teeth like Jesus and the disciples intended it to be. Because Jesus clearly said, “for all who draw the sword (even if it means cutting an ear) are blessed beyond measure”. Matthew 26:51-52

Right? Silly atheists. No wonder things like this happen.


Voth’s mandate was to stop gun traffickers in Arizona, the state ranked by the gun-control advocacy group Legal Community Against Violence as having the nation’s “weakest gun violence prevention laws.” Just 200 miles from Mexico, which prohibits gun sales, the Phoenix area is home to 853 federally licensed firearms dealers. Billboards advertise volume discounts for multiple purchases. Customers can legally buy as many weapons as they want in Arizona as long as they’re 18 or older and pass a criminal background check. There are no waiting periods and no need for permits, and buyers are allowed to resell the guns. “In Arizona,” says Voth, “someone buying three guns is like someone buying a sandwich.” By 2009 the Sinaloa drug cartel had made Phoenix its gun supermarket and recruited young Americans as its designated shoppers or straw purchasers. Voth and his agents began investigating a group of buyers, some not even old enough to buy beer, whose members were plunking down as much as $20,000 in cash to purchase up to 20 semiautomatics at a time, and then delivering the weapons to others.

Excellent read…

After Sen. Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts died in 2009, Breitbart tweeted “Rest in Chappaquiddick” and called him “a special pile of human excrement.” When critics questioned his tone, he tweeted they “missed my best ones!”

Calling Breitbart a pile of excrement would be an insult to all excrement in the world. So I won’t do it. The fact that in 2 days no one will remember him should suffice.