Blaming Guns for Spree Killings is like Blaming Short Skirts for Rape
By Tony Oliva
Once again a mentally disturbed affluent liberal goes on a killing spree because he isn’t getting laid and OF COURSE the focus is on banning guns from the law abiding.
I’m speaking specifically of the recent California spree killing perpetrated by Elliot Rodger. While some repeatedly call this a mass shooting gun grabbers seem to overlook the fact that Elliot Rodger killed his first three victims with a knife. He also ran over more victims in his high priced BMW.
If he hadn’t killed himself when FINALLY faced with someone with a gun; I wonder if Rodgers, son of Hollywood Producer, Director and Cinematographer Peter Rodgers, would have pled not guilty by reason of affluenza for his actions…but that is a whole other ball of BS that I’m not going to get into now.
No, the real issue is that some people, namely the mouth drooling anti gun troglodytes, are blaming the inanimate object for Elliot Rodger’s killing spree. As I have all ready stated, he was going to kill regardless as evidenced by his knife murders and his numerous vehicular attacks. Of the six fatalities in his killing spree HALF were done with a knife. But you won’t hear anything about banning knives or cars. No, because rich mommy and daddy coddled their mentally defective son (much in the same way that Adam Lanza was) and fostered an environment where his failures are anyone else’s but HIS fault, I and the millions of law abiding gun owners in America are supposed to be denied our civil rights?
That is nonsense.
It makes as much sense as blaming mini skirts for rape. I mean, logically it seems that mini skirts make it easier to rape a woman so lets just ban them. Then rapes will no longer occur.
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