When asked specifically, Les stated, “Our recent political contributions have been in favor of state-level legislation supporting a strong manufacturing and business environment here in Oregon while protecting knife owners across the United States in the form of the Interstate Transport Act.”

When you apologize, it is always a good idea not to lie as it keeps insulting those you are supposed to make amends to. One somebody says “recent political contributions” you are talking one of two elections cycles, 4 years top, right? But if your family has been supporting Democrats with a record for supporting gun control for over 15 years, you need to get the word “recent” removed from the statement.

Now, besides being a liar, you are a political ingenue if you think tossing a few drachmas inside those democrat’s coffers will actually protect you from all evil. The don’t like you. You make weapons and they do not like that. For fuck’s sakes, blades have injured and killed more people than “assault rifles” and you manufacture them. Do you actually thing you are going to flood the market with knives if guns are banned? Are you seriously that stupid? Don’t you think that you will go the way of England?

This is the future you are supporting:

When you make a deal with the Devil, you usually wake up Sunday morning with your ass hurting and smelling of brimstone.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

5 thoughts on “Benchmade: The Un-Apology”
  1. I’m usually not one for high-end knives, except in the kitchen (where Mrs. B. makes the call anyway). My typical pocketknife at work is a CRKT Ripple, or a Kershaw Leek if I need to dress up for something. Open boxes, not a PITA to resharpen, decent lock and good grip … that’s the extent of my criteria for pocketknives. Benchmade never really made my radar because I can meet those for 1/3 the price and no difference in quality vs. my needs.

    They have now … and not in a way they’d likely prefer, since I’m probably in one of their “desired customer” demographic – OFWG with disposable income.

    They did teach me something, though … for any significant purchase, maybe take a quick peek at campaign contribution records.

  2. Well, that last picture makes total sense.
    We’ve all seen the damage egg whisks can do. Do you really want to have kids running around brandishing those things, shouting EX-TER-MIN-ATE!, and having to be stopped by U.N.I.T.?

    1. The cops had him cornered. He pleaded, as he held out his weapon: “stop me before I meringue again!”

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