Was Congressman Himes (Democrat-CT) a loner as a child? Was he a loser? Why, you ask? We’ll tell you why: We certainly don’t see it heroic to advocate leaving our children defenseless.


Second City Cop nails it.

Entire post here, but the Pièce de résistance is this:

Leftists do outrage on command:

Perhaps the angriest comments came from Rep. Jim Himes (D-Conn.), whose district is just south of Newtown. Seething with anger, he labeled Republicans calling for more Americans to buy and carry weapons and for teachers and school administrators to carry firearms in schools “testosterone-laden individuals who have blood on their hands for making those comments.”

Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.) had similarly tough words for gun rights advocates, including the National Rifle Association, which has said little since the schoolyard shooting.

“I think they’re overrated,” she said of the group Wednesday, noting that she has “big time” opposition from the NRA in their reelection races and still wins handily.

This guy Himes is obviously an asshole of the highest order.  Republicans have “blood on their hands” for advocating defending our children, but democrats who would claim a “gun free zone” protects kids from being slaughtered in school is a “hero” to be admired. 

5 thoughts on “Advocating defending our children is bad, while advocating leaving them defenseless is good?”
  1. The hammer blows will be coming fast and furious as Obama, Pelosi and other useless tools will try to register guns, reduce mag capacity and take away your guns. America had better be prepared. Just look at what happened in the UK, Australia and the EU.

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