Many of the responses to Congressman Buck’s challenge to Joe Biden over his AR-15 were about penis size… because the Left is a bunch of children.

One example stuck out at me:

Fine, concede it.  Gun owners all have small penises and are insecure.

Dildos and strap-ons threaten us and hurt our feelings.

What Republicans need to do is submit a bill that says nobody needs a penetrative sexual stimulation device that is longer than three inches.

The private possession of such a device is banned for civilian ownership.  Only licensed dealers may sell them and only to individuals licensed in the adult entertainment industry.

We will mandate that unlicensed civilians turn in their oversized sex toys.

If they don’t, we will go door too door with law enforcement agents to dig through your sock drawer or nightstand to find it.

If you resist, you’ll be arrested and maybe shot.  They will also shoot your dog just because.

You may not have caused emotional harm anybody with your 10-inch vibrator, but that’s not a guarantee that you won’t, so it’s best that we just confiscate it now.

Confiscation won’t be pleasant and many people will get hurt by zealous law enforcement.  But since only sex-crazed Leftists own that sort of stuff, that’s a feature not a bug.

Arguably this is many times more plausible than an assault weapon ban because there is no Constitutional right to sex toys.

I fully expect to see perverts waiving their rubber dicks in protest in California if this is proposed.

Some Republican should really do this.

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By J. Kb

2 thoughts on “A last thought about Congressman Buck”
  1. Once again, the left demonstrates that they have the mental maturity of a toddler.

    Ohhh… I will make a sex reference, and because it is so shocking everyone will know I am serious. Right. Reminds me of the first time I knowingly used foul language in front of my parents. I did it ONLY for the shock value, nothing more.

    These people need to be ridiculed. Nothing more.

  2. To reinforce your point that “there is no Constitutional right to sex toys”; sex toys are banned in Alabama and the ban was ‘upheld’ by the US Supreme Court. The ‘Anti-Obscenity Enforcement Act of 1998’, introduced by my friend State Senator Tom Butler, who was a Democrat at the time and is now a Republican.

    The law was challenged in the case, “Williams vs. Alabama”, successfully in federal district court, overturned on appeal to the 11th Circuit, then the SCOTUS declined to hear the case.

    Molon labe!

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