Ghoulish Obama: ‘Let’s Make it a Little Harder for Our Kids to Get Gunned Down’

Posted by on Apr 09, 2013 at 8:24 am

As someone remarked on Twitter, we should make it harder for kids to get gunned down by moving them out of Chicago.

This man really is evil.

5 Responses to “Ghoulish Obama: ‘Let’s Make it a Little Harder for Our Kids to Get Gunned Down’”

  1. Chris W. on 9/09/13 at 10:54 am

    And by implication, if you do not vote for Obama’s plan, you want children to be shot.

  2. MT Geoff on 9/09/13 at 11:24 am

    The worst school killing in US history was done with a bomb, back in the 1920s. Without access to guns, I think Adam Lanza would have gone with firebombs or something and the outcome might have been far worse.
    Or not. It’s possible that, without guns, Lanza would not have attacked anyone. Attacks like Va Tech and Newtown and Aurora are easier with firearms and it’s silly to pretend otherwise.
    That’s still not a reason for pass legislation that, as its proponents acknowledge, would not have stopped the incident that’s being used to promote the legislation and won’t prevent a similar incident in the future. Nor is abuse of a right a reason to abridge that right, or any valid libel case would spell the end of freedom of the press, or any clergy misconduct would spell the end of freedom of religion.
    When people abuse a right and commit a crime, you prosecute the crminals.

  3. MT Geoff on 9/09/13 at 11:26 am

    Most of our kids who are being gunned down are doing it to each other, as members of gangs that substitute for the families that “progressive” policy has destroyed.
    Most of the small kids who are being gunned down are the ones who were too close to the gang members who were targets.
    Restoring families would be a social task, not a government task, and it would work better without the government policies that damage families in the first place.

  4. lyle on 9/09/13 at 12:14 pm

    Yes, because if you don’t bow down to the Kendonesian asshole you really want kids gunned down, right?