This is just a hypothetical story
Of someone, let’s just say it’s me
I’d gain acceptance for my murderous ways
By stalking a defenseless prey
If I were a killer, I’d smile just like the boy next door
If I were a killer, I’d say I do it for the poor
If I were a killer, you’d bring me victims more and more
If I were a killer
Supreme court would agree to hear my case
And find me innocent of crime
Holding public rallies to incite sympathy
Creative actuality …
If I were a killer, I’d hide behind a doctor’s door
If I were a killer, I’d scrape you off my office floor
If I were a killer …
When society allows occupations that make sadistic freaks feel at home, there is enough guilt to go around.
On a tip from metalgarth.
Don’t tell any moonbats, but unless Executive Vice President of the Second Amendment Foundation Alan Gottlieb is talking through his hat, advocates of liberty have secretely stuffed the Senate’s anti-gun bill with pro-gun provisions:
Transcript available at Daylight Disinfectant.
These days we have to wait for them to pass the bill before we know what’s in it, to quote a Great Mind of the Left. When the lights come on, libs might find that someone has moved the furniture.
On a tip from Bill T.
The main purpose of handguns is to defend the lawful against feral, predatory lowlifes of the type often seen loping around in hoodies to disguise their identity. This would make a target depicting a hoodlum in a hoodie far more lifelike than the zombies, aliens, et cetera so often seen at the range. But look what happened to Sergeant Ron King when he was caught with such a target:
Maybe King could redeem himself by using a target resembling a neighborhood watch captain. For that extra touch of realism, instead of a package of skittles in the hand, the target could feature a head running with blood from being bashed against the sidewalk by the darling child Trayvon Martin.
Meanwhile, law enforcement agencies officially use pictures of children and pregnant women as targets in order to “desensitize” officers. All are racially correct, of course.
On tips from Wiggins, Chris, and Eleanor in Hell.
Esteemed countermoonbat Ted Nugent explains why we must not passively accept whatever Dianne Feinstein, John McCain, et al. cough up regarding further restrictions on our right to bear arms, and demonstrates how to get Erin Burnett to wrap up a segment pronto:
We have more than enough gun laws. Rather than exploit a tragedy to further undermine are constitutional rights, our rulers ought to enforce the myriad laws we already have. Our government proves incessantly that it is irresponsible and untrustworthy. Any further incursions against our liberties must be resisted ferociously.
On a tip from smorfia48.
Ever wonder where your toothache went after it finally went away? Then you probably won’t wonder what happened to Joy Behar when her stint on The View concludes in August. But trolls will be relieved that they will still be able to gather Joy’s pearls of wisdom at the last refuge of the ultra-left’s sorriest losers, Current TV. Here she and three other brain-dead moonbats denounce conservatives for being alarmed that MSNBC commie Melissa Harris-Perry has called for the nationalization of children:
You had probably already guessed that considering children to be the responsibility of their parents, not federal bureaucrats, is racist. But who knew that Ahn Rahnd had taken over the Republican Party?
On a tip from Stephan the Original.
Given that initiatives have been launched to impose more moonbattery on professional baseball and hockey, maybe we should apply Affirmative Action to college basketball. Yet even with skulls full of mush, students at University of California, Riverside object:
“Skills should be the dominating factor” when it comes to college basketball. When it comes to medical school, however…
On a tip from Antisocialist.