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Ah, He’s a Brilliant One….

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I say this every time we’ve got one of these mass shootings: This just doesn’t happen in other countries.

Barack H. Obama, President of the United States of America.

On the Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting during which, three lives were lost.

The irony, of course there’s irony, is that he uttered this nonsense in, of all places, France – where just three weeks earlier a mass-shooting claimed lives 43 times that in Colorado.

You say potatoe, dumbass.

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41 Comments

  1. Dan says:

    Come on, Jim! Tell us what you really think. BTW…..I think you just insulted all the donkeys in the world. 😉

  2. ISIS plant . . . he is. Nice post

  3. Compared to Bush’s magnificently ignorant malapropisms and literally laughing and making jokes about the fact that he can’t find weapons of mass destruction during the Iraq War, this comment is nothing. And, it has a simple explanation. He’s referring not to just this shooting, but the multiple and constant shootings we’re getting here in America. But it’s quite convenient for you to insist that he’s referring to just one shooting, since that ignores the fact that America is literally under assault from within. We’re having a mass shooting every week at this point, and the Republican candidates keep ratcheting up the dialogue that encourages racism, hatred and separatism. So you can claim all you want this is dumb, but it actually shows who really misses the poin on these issue, and why. Until you admit that it’s the massive proliferation of guns in America that makes this type of mass shooting possible, you don’t deserve to comment on this. Or does the NRA own your opinion lock, stock and barrel?

    • bgddyjim says:

      That’s absolutely ludicrous Christopher. Splinter in the eye, when it comes to rhetoric. That’s not even a 2×4 in his eye (and thereby yours), it’s a whole forest. And you dare speak of separatism? SEPARATISM? You wouldn’t know “we are all in this together if it hit you in the forehead, Mr. All Liberal All of the Time. I’ll tell you what… I’ll quit commenting on the day you can put forth a decent, substantiated argument rather than those lame DCCC talking points with silly, skewed, misused numbers…. and the day after the Supreme Court stops kicking your ass. NRA? Actually no, but maybe I’ll join as a corporate member now that you mention it.

  4. And President Obama is not, as you insist, a dumbass. He’s a skilled and successful lawyer, graduate of the finest education in America. Your claims that he is somehow stupid are simply asinine, and likely racist at heart. Because on what other grounds than prejudicial attitudes and ideology can you make such assertions? He guided the economy out of the Bush doldrums. He saved the auto industry. Gas is $1.50. If Romney or McCain had done these things, Republicans would be ejaculating all over the TV set. And Obama hasn’t taken away your goddamned guns. He hasn’t even intimated that. Yet all kinds of white crackers stock up on weapons every time there’s a new shooting executed by one of their own kind because they’re afraid this will be the one that really does cause gun reform. Yet every time there’s a new round of murders Republicans line up like mad parrots to recite the lines given them by their puppetmasters, the NRA. They say, “Oh, it’s too soon to talk about gun control” when the event just happened. Then a week goes by, and another mass shooting occurs, and they say it all over again. This is insanity. And I’m sure you’re proud of it because you’re a law-abiding gun owner. That’s what they all say. But you of all people should understand that guns like any other addiction have their own power. That’s right, guns are a mind control object just like any other addiction. They drive people to imagine and execute crazy things. It’s no wonder the agency that regulates them is named Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Ever stop and think about that? The relationship it implies?

  5. http://www.theonion.com/article/no-way-to-prevent-this-says-only-nation-where-this-36131

    I’m not projecting. But it does amount to guilt by association when there are so many racists chiming in all the time about Obama. Clear, unapologetic racists. With views on guns and the economy and conservatism and global warming that all fit together like an ugly puzzle. Accessory to a crime. But here’s a funny article about guns, so you can laugh about that.

    • bgddyjim says:

      The Onion?! Man, you sure know how to pick them brother. Racism is the cry of the desperate Democrat. Next in succession is “Lock them up!”

      I’ll pray for you, man. You need the prayer and I need the practice.

      • OmniRunner says:

        I think racism in universal. White supremacists and skin heads call
        “others” racists also. I don’t think too many of those folks have a D after their name.
        Racism is reality. I don’t think people who claim racism are desperate, many are probably scared because of what racism can and has lead to.

      • bgddyjim says:

        Meanwhile, hurling that epithet at someone simply for using a Democrat tactic to make it seem as though I was calling the president a buffoon (when the insult actually went to Dan Quayle) is repugnant, wrong and definitely a Democrat tactic for those who would rather hide from reality than be wrong.

  6. fastk9dad says:

    “Yet all kinds of white crackers stock up on weapons every time there’s a new shooting executed by one of their own kind”

    Way to stereotype there. By that definition anyone who owns a gun is just a mass shooter ready to crack which couldn’t be farther from the truth. You need to learn the difference between a criminal and a law abiding citizen.

    • bgddyjim says:

      Dude, don’t feed the racist trolls. It’s hard not to do, I obviously got myself drawn in too. What you’re witnessing is pure ideological hatred. He can’t help himself. Pray for him, and his brownshirt. He doesn’t even know he’s wearing it.

  7. MJ Ray says:

    I see our TV news this morning is full of another mass shooting, in California this time. There’s not been another terrorist attack in France yet. How about comparing some meaningful numbers, like % of US population killed in mass shootings annually with % of European population killed in terrorist shootings?

    • bgddyjim says:

      Or how about knife attacks, assaults and overall crime rates where we kick your ass. California was Islamic Terrorist pigs. They also had three bombs, very much illegal. Wait a second! They can’t have had bombs! Those are illegal aren’t they? Why yes! The point, MJ, and I don’t expect you tossers to get this, in my country, when someone brandishes a weapon, knife, pipe, gun or anything else, I am allowed the opportunity to defend myself. Over in there, you just get to die, or maybe throw a rock. See, under your form of subservience, only the bad guys can get guns. In France, only the bad guys and the cops have guns… great if you can carry your own cop but they tend to get a little heavy after 23 feet or so.

      How about comparing meaningful numbers?

      Let’s compare how many crimes are STOPPED by legally owned firearms between the US and UK.

      • wanderwolf says:

        How many are stopped, actually? Other than by the police?

      • bgddyjim says:

        Tens of thousands… Some say up to 2-1/2 million a year but that seems a little ridiculous to me. Trick is, you’ll never hear about them because they don’t fit the narrative. I can remember one specific case a couple of years ago where a teenager, home alone, used his dad’s AR-15 to fill an intruder full of lead and another where a wife used her husband’s revolver to do the same before she was raped. Happens all the time man. In fact, our local radio station (conservative of course) does report on car jackings that are foiled by normal citizens with pistols on a fairly regular basis. The liberal media never runs anything like that though… Too damaging to their alternative reality.

      • wanderwolf says:

        Hmm… I get the car-jacking… but in the case of the intruder and the sexual assault, couldn’t the crimes be prevented with a weapon that does not necessarily threaten the perpetrator’s life? I mean, self-defense yes, but do we have the right to take another life if knocking them out would do the trick?

      • bgddyjim says:

        Maybe in the movies, yes, but you’re changing the subject because what I wrote makes sense. See, to turn this around, you’re suggesting that women should be responsible for beating a man senseless while not taking his life, because he intends to rape her. How many pounds of force need be applied, and where, to do such a preposterous thing. We won’t even get into the thought process that begot your question. Might want to look at that.

      • wanderwolf says:

        The time it takes for a self defence course and continuous training is less and healthier than gun training… But I do see the point you’re making. I’m not asking a woman to pull forth some unknown strength from nowhere in order to defend herself. I definitely don’t think her rape is better than another man’s death (one shouldn’t equate things like that anyway). I do think, however, we need something like a stun gun or something and that if energy were directed towards that versus us causing a comment storm, both parties could be satisfied.
        But this is a sub comment to your main post, which bothers me on a deeper level. I see the point you make about how the statement was ironic given that a mass shooting had just happened in France, but how often so these attacks happen? I think there’s a lot of issues in the US with having several of these shootings… But I don’t think it’s necessarily gun carrying that has to do with it. It’s having people who thinks it’s okay to go around shooting… And then having an easier time of getting the arms. But realistically, as we see in Europe, if people want arms, they’ll get then legally or illegally.

      • bgddyjim says:

        We’re definitely getting somewhere. You got the main point towards the end… It’s a cultural thing and has mostly to do with respecting others.

      • wanderwolf says:

        Also, a there’s a few things that, if practiced, a woman or man can do that doesn’t require a lot of pressure at all… Might want to look into that.

      • bgddyjim says:

        I don’t need to. I’m good. 😉

      • wanderwolf says:

        Okay, well, some pressure, obviously. But not more than a 120 pound 5’3″ woman could muster.

      • bgddyjim says:

        Exactly, and a 120 pound 5’3″ woman against a 6’2″ 220 pound attacker is in deep trouble my friend.

      • wanderwolf says:

        And I meant, I get how the threat of a powerful firearm could help prevent crimes… But isn’t using a weapon, even in self defence, and harming another person more than that person may have harmed you a crime too?
        I guess… How can we be sure that people with arms have the proper training with it too? Know how to use it to defend…

      • bgddyjim says:

        Well, in the US, training is mandatory, and CONTINUED training, to carry a firearm. Second, you have defined gun control: The notion that a woman, found raped and strangled with her nylons, is better than that woman explaining how that same perpetrator ended up with all of those holes.

  8. ruarytri says:

    Not wanting to get involved with the politics etc surrounding gun violence/ownership etc anywhere but thought I’d point out that where I live in the UK more than 50% of the people I know own a gun, admittedly the types of weapon we can own is more restricted than in the USA but I don’t go to bed at night fearing that just because people around me own guns that there’ll be a mass shooting, nor do I feel any less safe in my home now that I no longer own one myself.
    I think for me that seems to be the difference, it never crossed my mind when I was buying a gun that it would be used for defending myself, it’s almost feels like owning a gun is a pre emptive act of aggression against what may/may not happen in the future.

    • OmniRunner says:

      When I was a kid we had two rifles and a shot gun in my Dad’s closet. I fired them all many times. That .22 was a lot of fun for target practice, or recreational shooting.
      It never occurred to me that we were safer than anyone else in our neighborhood who only had fishing rods in their closets. They were just guns, but even as a kid I knew they were not toys.
      I opened their cases a few times and looked at them. I remember how they smelled and how heavy the felt in my young hands. I never once took them outside of the bedroom where they were stored.
      This idea that we all need guns to be safe and that teachers should be armed seems crazy, for lack of a better word.
      Do we now need to arm social workers and perhaps the secretary at your dentist’s office?
      We do need to re-think who our friends are in this world, but I think we need to also re-consider our fire arms policies.

      • bgddyjim says:

        As long as that policy is constitutional and the management of that policy stays with the States, I’m all for it. What they’re talking about now, with “Universal” background checks, puts the power in the hands of the Federal Government where it absolutely does not belong. Period, end of story.

        Either way, as has been shown in the People’s Republic of Chicago, gun control laws don’t mean shit to criminals, Andy. They only mean that you and I will be easier targets. It’s as simple as that.

    • bgddyjim says:

      What you feel has no bearing on my rights, and therein lies the rub.

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