Let’s Call Things What They Are

It’s time to start calling the current wave of lilywhite, urban-progressive-privilege-sotted gun mania what it is.


As Jon Caldara at the D-Post does:

Boulder City Council is on the verge of passing a sweeping anti-gun ordinance, laughably called an assault weapons ban. So loosely written, this ordinance would ban the first gun I ever owned, a simple .22 caliber rifle, the same type most farm boys get on their twelfth birthday. Its sin? It can be fitted with a pistol-grip or a folding stock.

I understand the fear and bigotry coming from City Council. I used to be like that myself. In younger days I was a proud member of Handgun Control Inc., now called the Brady Campaign Against Gun Violence…

The Anti-Defamation League and The Gay and Lesbian Fund sponsors a program plastered throughout Boulder schools call “No Place For Hate.” They ask students to make a resolution of respect: “I will seek to gain understanding of those who are different from myself.”

But Boulder’s council has done nothing to understand the culture and values of gun owners and little to understand much more than the cosmetic aspects of guns.

Boulder has become a place for hate.

Read the whole thing.

And then go forth and call a spade a spade.

4 thoughts on “Let’s Call Things What They Are

  1. Having lived in and around Boulder from 1991 to 2003, I assure you that hateful rhetoric coming out of the City Council is nothing new. It reflects the kind of people that see Boulder as a new Jerusalem for the left, and it did a lot to make me the conservative I am today–and Cornhuskers fan.

  2. Those reprobates best have a care. They are living in a soapbubble of hate, floating around on an island surrounded by angry Real Americans.

    Couple of years ago, the Governor and some reprobate state legislators passed some anti-constitutional laws and paid with their careers. Boulder council members won’t get tossed out of office, but they won’t get any further in government either.

    Plus, they will be on top of the list of reprobates headed for re-education camps after ACWII. No more high potency ganj; max doses of Thorizine.

  3. I see no problem with an insult-weapon ban. It would silence the Minneapolis City council and bring tranquility to the U of M by muffling the caterwauling of lefties. It might…..

    What’s that you say “assault weapon ban”?

    Never mind.

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