Monday morning I woke up in a drunken stupor, which is par for the course so a quick trip to Starbucks was in order. Got a mocha with a shot of Hazelnut and some coffee cake for the extra sugar rush I was after. After pissing in the potted plant in the corner next to some guy who smelled just like I had crapped my pants, I whipped open my black trench coat, unholstered my Carbon-15(with the 120 round drum) and started waving it over my head like the American Flag while trying to slur my way the Pledge of Allegiance. I couldn’t remember most of the words so I just replaced them with some impressive cussing, some trademark worthy racial epithets and a few armpit fart noises for emphasis at the good parts.
It went on like that, good funny stuff, but what caught my attention was the last line.
"Make no mistake, this is how they view us. Keep that in mind."
I asked over there if he'd been serious when writing that, and I anxiously await his answer. My point is, this kind of exaggerated description of the gun control position is necessary in order for the pro-gun person to fully immerse himself into the role of grandiose victim. By claiming the gun control opinion of gun owners is a wild caricature described so well by kaveman, they can best live in that delicious fantasy of misunderstood patriotic freedom-fighter and intrepid defender of god-given rights who will lay down his life for the cause.
The truth is, gun control folks claim that SOME gun enthusiasts contain SOME of those characteristics.
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