A little exchange in Twitter. Click to enlarge.

And I missed in the collage one tweet before the Chicago v. McDonald quote:

I believe they are slaves to their own prefabricated misconceptions about us. If you are into guns and the Second Amendment, you must be some rube, an uneducated-sister-humping redneck who can barely read and write and can be easily defeated in a simple argument. He bitched because I refused to play by his rigged rules and did not allow him to move the goalposts. And his ignorance came to shine in a supernova way with his last tweet about SCOTUS’ opinions.

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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.

4 thoughts on “I swear, it is like arguing with a 4-year-old.”
  1. Pretty much mimics every discussion I have ever had with an anti-gun/gun control advocate.
    Just had a back and forth with someone saying that AR style rifles should be banned. I pointed out that taking away my rifle because someone I never met might use a similar style rifle they own to commit a crime is ridiculous. What if I were to take away your kitchen knives because someone that lives three time zones away stabbed their spouse?
    This moron’s response was doing so was stupid. He would never stab anyone, and why should he be punished because of the actions of someone else. But, immediately responded with “semi automatic rifles are military class weapons, and should not be in the hands of civilians.”
    Does one’s head in.

  2. Really blow the twit’s mind and point out, correctly, that the 2nd Amendment allows the individual to own ‘military grade weapons’ and knives and swords and switchblades and brass knuckles and flamethrowers and cannon and fighter jets and anti-aircraft missiles and, if they can afford it, fully loaded nuclear powered subs. The 2A says I can open carry a Boys Anti-Tank Rifle and a longsword and a mace and a can of Mace and a crossbow and a Carl Gustav and and and and and and and and and and… Because it it my Right and not the State’s or the Fed’s.

    Incidentally, any attempt to license, register, list, ask about, require training for, etc is part of that silly ‘infringe’ word. Why? Because all of that infringes upon my rights, which are, according to the Bill of Rights, is above the Fed or the State.

    And for bonus points, ask them the definition of ‘Infringe.’ And see how they try to weasel-word around it. Turn it back on them.

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