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.

9 thoughts on “Moms Demand Action: We only care about some terrorism victims”
  1. So I have a question for the CSGV.

    In a nation with gun laws like those in France, how would they have prevented something like this? Everything the terrorists used in this attack was illegal already, legal firearm ownership requires a permit for each firearm owned, and their neighbors have similarly restrictive laws.

  2. Thoughts and prayers? That’s it? I thought they are all about “action”. They criticize the NRA for only mourning after a mass killing. Where are the calls to tighten France’s loose gun laws?

  3. To be fair, they did say “…and violent acts of terrorism”, which must mean the others who died. It is still interesting that they separate out “gun violence” from terrorism.

    1. They do in the comment, but clearly whoever made the graphic felt differently. It’s possible they made it before they knew there were bombs involved.

  4. Had they been around when 9/11 happened, they may have praised the terrorists for their non-gun violence.

    Also, things like this tend to move the needle towards concealed carry. People don’t like feeling like helpless sheep. Even if you’d need 5-10% of the people carrying in the theater to make a difference the thought is there. I know European folks tend not to think this way, but MDA has to know that this event hurts them more than it helps.

  5. I will not mince words. What the world witnessed last night in Paris was evil. MDA could not condemn evil, they equivocated on it. They have no moral compass and shit in their souls.

  6. Not to put too fine a point on it, but who freed the hostages? Armed, yes armed, men and women.

    You know how you prevent becoming a hostage? Shooting the muslim goat rapists or laying down covering fire so you can retreat.

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