It is a dark and stormy night. You soaked to the bone are in a remote part of a county road trying to change a flat tire. Your hands are cold, knuckles busted. The flashlight keeps moving around because of the cold gusts of wind. You are pissed off and miserable because there is one last nut refusing to come out.

Suddenly you see lights and the sound of an engine approaching. You see a car slowing down and stops next to you. The window slides down and you see a man inside, smiling and offers this words:

“You have to have four working tires in order to drive.”

The window rolls up, the car drives away and you are still wet, miserable and now pissed off because of the useless asshole and his useless philosophical drive-by.
Why do I bring this? Because there are three phrases repeated Ad nauseam used in Social Media and are now officially useless philosophical drive-bys:

– The Second Amendment is my Carry License.
– Taxation is Theft.
– If it pleases the Crown…

I am sure you have in the receiving end of this fast mini scripts by people whose whole ideological background is contained in those few letters and have zero in the sense of pragmatism and real life work. If you challenge them to be useful, they huff and puff and call you traitor for challenging their pure thoughts.

If you have nothing to offer, please let the adults do their thing. You just sit in a corner with your intellectual blankie and wait to collect the benefits.

 

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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.

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  1. Yeah, a part of me agrees with theses phrases, but that isn’t the world we live in. Try using the “Second Amendment is my Carry License” defense in a New York courtroom and you’ll end up spending quality time in a lodging facility paid for by the New York taxpayers. Roll up your sleeves and help change the tire (and laws).

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