NYDN Columnist Inciting Violence: ‘Take Aim’ at Those Who Don’t Support Gun Control, Put Them in ‘Cross Hairs’

Posted by on Mar 22, 2013 at 9:23 am

Such violent language.

Take aim at the cowards.

Put the Cowards of Congress who refuse to ban assault rifles in the cross hairs of the most powerful weapon any citizen has the right to bear — the right to vote.

So now you’re a coward if you support the Second Amendment. Actually, given the leftwing climate of hate these days it’s pretty heroic to actually stand up and support your rights.
Talk about dancing on the graves of children. This cat does a nice two-step.

Every one of those Cowards of the Congress owes it to those who died in Sandy Hook to go take a stroll through the cemetery. Go with the parents who will be laying flowers on a kid’s grave instead of cheering for a son or daughter on that little baseball field down the hill.

“You don’t think it could happen to your kid in your town,” Steve Kowalski told me at his son’s wake. “But it did. And it can happen to your son as easily as it did to ours.”

I dare the Cowards of Congress to go there before they vote in favor of letting anyone have the right to bear a weapon of war. That’s a vote for another nut with an AR-15 to march into another school and kill more kids.

Bloomberg urged all Americans to remember which Cowards of Congress vote against gun control.

Then take aim and fire your ballot.

Shameless.

 

4 Responses to “NYDN Columnist Inciting Violence: ‘Take Aim’ at Those Who Don’t Support Gun Control, Put Them in ‘Cross Hairs’”

  1. Chris W. on 22/22/13 at 9:59 am

    Take aim with what, jerky? You’re the one saying we’re not allowed to have products which require cross-hairs or aiming in the first place. Which is it?

    This guy puts the tard in libtard.

  2. Blue Hen on 22/22/13 at 10:09 am

    That’s a vote for another nut with an AR-15

    Because a vote for a nut with a shotgun (Biden) is cute and lovable. And according to the governor of the state of Delaware, he’s also above the existing law.

  3. lyle on 22/22/13 at 11:58 am

    letting anyone have the right to bear a weapon of war

    What, like sticks, stones, fists, knives, feet, clubs? You know, those weapons that have been around since the dawn of mankind?