It’s the People!

9 Apr

Finally…Good news for gun advocates! Texas officials say that at least 14 people have been wounded in a stabbing attack at  the Lone Star Community College System’s campus in Cypress, Texas.

Now do you understand? This proves once and for all that It’s the people!

People are dangerous and can and often will do dangerous things that may put others in danger, including loved ones, innocent bystanders and just about anyone else who might be within their sphere of dangerousness.

People have been known to hurt one another with hammers, knives, rocks, baseball bats, sticks and stones,  automobiles, golf clubs, shovels, pitch forks, chemicals, dirt, fists, teeth,  poisons, sharp objects, hurtful words and just plain meanness…sometimes for no reason at all.

And is this any reason to outlaw any or all of these items? Of course not! Things don’t hurt people only people with things can hurt people! So why would anyone wish to outlaw guns? A gun is a tool just like a hammer, or rock, or knife is it not?

So why have guns become the innocent victims of misguided people who wish to outlaw them?

And besides, guns or rather “arms” (noun [plural]  /ɑː(r)mz/ 1. weapons, for example guns or bombs especially one used in warfare) are protected by the U.S. Constitution? And by the way did you notice that the definition of arms includes guns and bombs and other things used in warfare?

So leave guns alone! It’s our right! It’s what keeps us free! And allows us to pursue our happiness…like when we get happy shooting things…and they allow us to defend ourselves against the most dangerous animal on the planet…namely people…us…ourselves!

Yes, we intelligently designed creatures formed in the image of our most glorious creator, are dangerous! It’s the people who are the problem! And are people protected in the constitution? No! People have rights but no one has the right to be a people in the first place do they?

In fact our Founding Fathers didn’t even like people or trust them very much for that matter. Most people were given no rights at all and some were counted as only a fraction of their actual selves. But not guns or arms! They were named specifically in the Bill of Rights and they have their own original amendment.

People amendments weren’t even added until much later by weak minded liberal sissies and now look what’s happened? Guns are in danger and people are more dangerous than ever!

Down with people! We have way too many of them and there is no limit as to how many one can have or make or adopt or whatever. Where is the regulation on people? Have you noticed how many prisoners and criminals we have in this country these days? If we outlaw guns soon the only people we’ll have left will be outlaws!

People of America wake up! It’s us! It’s the people! We must be stopped!

And having guns and lots of them is the only way to do it!

Why oh why doesn’t anyone get it?!!! Oh the Inhumanity!

14 Responses to “It’s the People!”

  1. Jae April 9, 2013 at 8:26 pm #

    Why don’t you tell us how you really feel about guns? 😉

  2. 1wanderingtruthseeker April 9, 2013 at 8:53 pm #

    Great blog. You said so many things that are right now.

  3. RAB April 9, 2013 at 8:57 pm #

    Wait! Now that corporations are people, my friend, do THEY have the right to bear arms? Could really shift the balance of power during strikes! Inquiring minds want to know.

  4. GiRRL_Earth April 9, 2013 at 10:05 pm #

    Sounds like you want to live in a Spaghetti Western.

  5. CMHardin April 10, 2013 at 1:13 am #

    Practical Darwinism?

  6. Wild Heart Scribe April 10, 2013 at 1:35 am #

    I nominated you for an award…hope that’s okay.

  7. TamrahJo April 10, 2013 at 3:03 am #

    I vote for corporation bannment – – -is that a word? LOL

  8. aurorawatcherak April 10, 2013 at 5:16 am #

    It’s always been the people. The Bible doesn’t tell us how the first man was murdered. I’m guessing with a rock. So, are they going to ban those next?

  9. aurorawatcherak April 10, 2013 at 5:16 am #

    Reblogged this on aurorawatcherak and commented:
    I think this says it all.

  10. ontyrepassages April 10, 2013 at 10:51 am #

    I’m all kinds of learned in history and know we won the Revolutionary War because the British only had muskets and we had assault rifles. We could kill 20 of them for every 1 of us they killed. That’s why our Founding Fathers protected automatic weapons.

  11. Allison April 10, 2013 at 2:02 pm #

    This is fantastic! As I read your posts, I see that I am in agreement with you on so many points, yet you are just so much better at articulating them!

  12. Jammie April 10, 2013 at 2:43 pm #

    I laughed out loud reading the end of this post. 🙂

  13. appletonavenue April 10, 2013 at 10:09 pm #

    It always confuses me when a gun advocate claims anti-gun advocates are taking weapons away from them. No one (I repeat this, because it seems it needs repeating) no one is advocating getting rid of weapons. No one is being asked or required to turn in their guns. No one is telling gun wielding humans to stop shooting guns for fun, hunting or killing unwanted intruders. The non-gun-wielding people are simply asking for better control to keep CRAZY people from access. We’re well aware that “bad guys” will get their weapons by hook or by crook. No one can keep us from that reality. Why do gun advocates want to let CRAZY people have weapons???

    (I realize your post was tongue in cheek, but your position here is quite clear.)

  14. tracey28 April 11, 2013 at 5:43 pm #

    I do so enjoy reading your blog. A couple of years ago two of my colleagues were called out to a patient who lived in the rural area, when they knocked on the door, a man shouted out that he had a gun and and threatened to blow their heads off. They identified themselves and the door opened and they found themselves looking down the barrel of a gun. The man refused them entry at that time and and they walked back to their car and called the police. Very scary stuff as nurses in rural areas we don’t have much dealings with guns, even though some farmers have guns but they are always locked away. After that, we were only allowed to go there in twos as the patient was a regular of ours. The police did come out as escort a couple times and I think they revoked that man’s licence after a while. It could have turned out much differently as he could have shot first and asked questions later. I know that guns are becoming more prevalent in the UK, as someone was shot near where I live about a year ago which is very worrying.

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