Per usual, Patrick Butts (aka Faitmaker) is ranting about Joan Peterson and what a horrible, awful woman she is and how she should defer to the most manly, masculine and macho Mr. Butts and his cohorts like Andrew Johnston (Weerd Beard) and Jonathan Clark Sullivan (Linoge).
Anyhoo, Mister Butts attempts to take Baldir to task for the suggestion that maybe, perhaps dopers ought not carry guns. The Butts-meister then launches into a stream-of-consciousness litany of non sequiturs and other logical fallacies. But this caught my eye:
For the record, I drank Saturday while carrying my firearm on private property and while I was shooting a bow and not once did my holster leave my side or did I endanger anyone with my bow. Had I done anything dangerous or hurt anyone, I would have been charged and convicted I am sure, as it should be. If we are going to start creating laws so that nobody can potentially hurt anyone, as they seem to want to do, we need to take cars off the road as well. Because if I did something that caused an accident, and someone died, I would feel just as badly as I would have if I accidentally shot someone with firearm or bow. There is no difference.
Such is the mouthbreathing ignorance of gunloons like Mister Butts. His logic is simple: he did something and nobody got hurt so it's 100% safe but if he did something and someone got maimed or killed--well, he'd feel pretty bad about it.
Actually, Butts hasn't thought this out very well. Let's suppose his kids' bus driver wants down a couple cold ones while driving the kids (and geez, who wouldn't want a few brews if you had to deal with a busload of kids) to and from school. If the kids make it unscathed, are we to suppose Patrick Butts is ok with this? When Butts goes in for liposuction, I suppose it's fine and dandy with him if his doctor does a doobie or two before the procedure--y'know, just to get his mind off of sucking fat out of Buttsie's midsection.