Incendiary Image of the Day: What We Value Edition

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36 Responses to Incendiary Image of the Day: What We Value Edition

  1. avatarIng says:

    Yep, it’s all about priorities.

  2. avatarPulatso says:

    And thats the inarguable truth. Unless you’re a lib trying to brainwash children into thinking guns are evil, and then it makes perfect sense.

  3. avatarRopingdown says:

    Everything on the list above, starting with the politicians, is for sale. If you could buy the kids they’d be guarded too.

  4. avatarRopingdown says:

    Everything on the list, starting with politicians, is for sale. If the kids were for sale, they’d be guarded too.

  5. avatarRoll says:

    LOL, logic is something most of the anti-constitution types seem to lack.

    When I was in school there was always a police officer around there somewhere. Dont know how it is now, but with the stupidity being so prevalent there should hopefully be more police prescence.

  6. avatarSilver says:

    Like has been said, gun-grabbers don’t hate guns…they hate you having them. They don’t hate violence…they hate violence they don’t control.

  7. avatarTex74 says:

    To the point and indisputable.

  8. avatarTheSleeperHasAwakened says:

    Incendiary Image or logical image?

  9. avatarRightYouAreKen says:

    It’s all true except “we defend our office buildings…with guns”. Not my office building, nor any other I’ve seen. The security guards at all of the office buildings I’ve seen are unarmed. I’d also question the % of factories with armed guards.

    • avatarCrazed Java says:

      It’s not always true, but there are plenty of corporate offices with armed guards. The point is, whenever a group believes they could be in danger or their secrets stolen, they hire people with guns to defend them.

    • avatarAccur81 says:

      My “office building” is protects by firearms. It’s a police station.

      I agree though, most office buildings are not protected by firearms.

    • avatarRedbeard says:

      Yup only the important buildings, the ones they work in. Every federal building, every SSA office, DMV…goes to show who the obviously important people are.

  10. avatarBrian S says:

    I had this up on my FB page, crickets from my anti-2a friends lol

  11. avatarMatt in FL says:

    This one goes in the “anti-anti” file.

  12. avatarWilliam says:

    EXCELLENT! Good to see I wasn’t banned after all!! I hated the idea of joining the Second Amendment in oblivion…

  13. avatarjwm says:

    Exactly. I’ve seen comments on this site by at least 1 poster that has kids in schools and doesn’t want vetted people to carry guns in the school. 20 minutes at Sandy Hook. How many at your kids school?

    And none of the current gun control laws being proposed will have any effect on the next Lanza.

  14. avatarg says:

    As a teacher, this pictures makes me both angry and sad. Mostly because it’s true.

    We as a society to claim to “value children”, but it’s just empty words when their lives are neither safeguarded, or their needs are not provided for.

  15. avatarDon says:

    Don’t forget Liquor stores, gas stations convenience stores, and cigarettes…

  16. avatarMike says:

    We protect our factories with guns? Really, not where I am in North Carolina.

  17. avatarChuckN says:

    It will be interesting to see how this unfolds. I can see a number
    of benign causes and effects that could be screwing up orders.
    The shear number of orders, number of items per order, item
    availability, policy on shipping partial orders: all, I’m sure, are
    playing a significant role. Does Brownell’s fill an order for 100
    PMags and make 20 orders of 5 pmags wait or not? Do you fill
    out a partial order? Brownell’s has to be aware of what
    happened to CTD. Do they piss off 1 or 2 large buyers to keep
    20-30 others from posting hate mail and going elsewhere?
    Considering how fast Cheaper Than Dirt got sent to the chopping
    block (rightfully so in my opinion), this is a big concern.
    Do they send partial orders or not? Do partial shipments depend
    on size and number of items? Has Brownell’s suppliers been
    able to keep up with demand? Does Brownell’s itself have the
    capability to efficiently deal with the massive increase in sales
    in the last few months? Are they in the middle of restructuring/
    growing in order to handle the increase? Can whomever ships
    packages for Brownell’s handle the increase? Is Brownell’s trying
    to use/hire alternate carriers to handle the increased volume.
    Any of these issues could be behind problems with purchases from
    Brownell’s right now. Though they can be influenced to varying
    degrees, none of these issues are necessarily malevolent.
    All lot of the gripping in the forum seems to be little more than
    whining (there are a few legit gripes) and many seem to have
    no idea that there is a massive run on AR mags and lack of
    availability may not be Brownell’s fault. Brownell’s has stated
    several times to bear with them as they cope with the increase
    sales. And from I have seen and heard this increase is not
    in thousands but the tens of thousands. Considering how fast
    the run on firearms has played out, EVERYONE is finding
    it hard to cope.

    All in all, let’s find out if Brownell’s are screwing around on
    purpose before we bring down a flood of hate and frustration.

  18. avatarAharon says:

    “our most precious resource is our children”
    — Obama

    Obama would have all free American citizens become subdued sheeple working on his nationwide plantation.

    • avatarIng says:

      It’s bigger than Obama. It’s systematic.

      Whether it’s socialism or capitalism, government or industry, “resource” is the key word, because that’s what we all are. Resources in the system. Back in the bad/good old days, organizations used to have personnel departments. Now they’re all about humans as resources.

      Individuals may truly care about individual children, but governments “care” about children like farmers care about their crops.

  19. avatarLance says:

    Yep its about liberal hypocrisy.

  20. avatarDucky says:

    This is a test to see if I can also get an icon.

  21. avatarpat says:

    Nice sign.

  22. avatarAlphaGeek says:

    Posted this to Facebook this afternoon. Didn’t get much response, which is good because with my network it means that people are thinking about it and not reacting blindly to the idea. I did, however, get one response that I’ll share along with my reply in case it’s helpful I the “arguing with liberals 101″ sense:

    {friend}
    And if we gave everybody a gun, that would solve the problem too. What could possibly go wrong. http://s6.postimage.org/4y37wysc1/602850_518747348158540_1950686333_n.jpg

    {me}
    Why do you propose giving everyone a gun? That seems like a spectacularly bad idea. Perhaps you should learn more about responsible firearms ownership before making suggestions like that.

    We already have guns in our schools. They’re carried by Fremont police officers, who seem able to bear the responsibility without the eeevil gun influence causing them to go on a shooting spree. Are you suggesting that the middle and elementary schools deserve less protection than the high schools? If so, why?

    (See how I used the literal interpretation of his statement as the basis for my reply? By carefully failing to acknowledge any sarcasm or humor I have made it HIS problem to address. Since I actually do like the guy, I stopped short of the emotional blackmail tactics that would come next — normally I would ask him why my wife (teacher) and my two younger kids all deserve to die if a lunatic attacks their elementary school.)

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