Rutledge isn’t just sad — he’s angry. Not at his grandson. Nor at his dead daughter-in-law, “who didn’t have a malicious fiber in her body,” he said. He’s angry at the observers already using the accident as an excuse to grandstand on gun rights.

via The inside story of how an Idaho toddler shot his mom at Wal-Mart – The Washington Post.

I tried to do another collage of posts from the good folks following CSGV, but I simply could not stomach it. Let us say that the common theme seems to be “Good she is dead.”

I’ll save opinion of what happened till more info comes in. As of now, this looks like a meteorite-falling-type of event from what little data has become available.

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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 “Whacking the Gun Control Vultures”
  1. “cradled” “nestled” – tell me WaPo’s article is completely agenda free. I could use a good laugh.

    stay safe.

  2. CSGV people say, “Good that she’s dead.”, and daddy is mad at the gun rights side? Who is it that dancing in the blood again? I’m confused.

  3. There’s some really nice comments on the WaPo article too. There sure seems to be a lot of perfect people in the world and every one of them is a “expert” on gun safety.

  4. A friend showed me an article about this incident in “Die Sueddeutsche” (it’s like a bavarian “Prawda”…) – some of the comments where just like something a CSGV-follwer would write.

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