Mikeb302000: Lax TX Gun Laws Lead to “Blood in the Streets”

Anti-gun blogger Mikeb302000 is mad as hell and he’s not going to take it—rational analysis—anymore. He seems especially riled at the pro-gun rights folks for pointing out that less restrictive gun laws didn’t lead to “blood in the streets,” as predicted by Mike’s pals at The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and others. ‘Cause that’s not the truth. More to the point, the truth has nothing to do with it . . .

This is the beginning. This is what we call “blood in the streets.” And, I’m afraid it’s going to get worse before it gets better.  I couldn’t care less about truth and falsity or causation and correlation, or all that other double talk the pro-gun crowd like so much. I say there are too many guns out there and Austin Texas is one of the many examples.

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  1. avatar Roy Hill says:

    War is peace.

    Hate is love.

    Down with Emmanuel Goldstein!

    We've always been at war with Eurasia.

    Eastasia has always been our staunch ally.

  2. avatar RB211 says:

    Ingsoc…

  3. avatar TTACer says:

    That dude's logic is doubleplus ungood.

  4. avatar mikeb302000 says:

    Robert, thanks for the link. I meant to put quotation marks around "truth and falsity" and "causation and correlation," but I guess you realized what I was talking about, unlike RuffRidr on my blog who accused me of not caring about truth.

    1. avatar Ralph says:

      How very arch.

  5. avatar MKEgal says:

    "I couldn’t care less about truth and falsity or causation and correlation"
    O.M.G.
    Seriously??
    How can he expect anyone to pay attention to anything he says from now on?
    He's admitted that all he cares about are feelings, his feelings, and guns make him feel unsafe so they must be banned. Never mind those government reports or university studies with their data, feelings are the only thing that matters.

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