Quote of the Day: Ding Dong Edition

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“The NRA very rarely — if ever — agreed with Rep. McCarthy on firearm policy issues. Nonetheless, we sincerely wish her all the best in her retirement.” – NRA spokesman Andrew Arulanandam in Carolyn McCarthy, public face of the gun control movement, is leaving Congress [at washingtonpost.com]

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  1. avatar Pantera Vazquez says:

    Good riddance.

    1. avatar uncommon_sense says:

      Exactly. Ms. McCarthy and her ilk voted for law enforcement officers to ruin/end my life for the “crime” of having effective tools to protect my family. Why would I wish her well?

  2. avatar Noah says:

    Goodbye. I’m sure no one will miss you!

    Using one’s own personal tragedy to destroy and remove other’s Rights is the greatest tragedy of them all.

  3. avatar PeterC says:

    According to Hillary, we should try to empathize with our enemies. Sorry, but Rep. McCarthy was a one-trick pony who had no respect for our rights. Good riddance!

    1. avatar notalima says:

      They’re my ‘enemies’ for a reason. I cannot empathize with a rapist, thus I cannot empathize with criminal politicians. I don’t agree with their evil, and I will not condone nor entertain it, period.

  4. avatar Gregolas says:

    ….Aaaand the party begins in 3,2,1…
    This is a woman who learned exactly the wrong lesson from her personal tragedy.
    As Mark Twain said, ” We should learn just what there is to learn from an experience-and no more! A cat that sits on a hot stove lid will never sit on a hot lid again. But then, she will not sit on a COLD one either!”

  5. avatar Bob101 says:

    Let me guess, she is a typical Democrat who tried to redefine the 2nd Amendment.. Sorry, but I willnot wish her well in any future endeavor. The only legal way to change the meaning of the 2nd Amendment is with another amendment, period. In my view, she is a criminal, a domestic enemy, and the only thing I wish for her is a lengthy prison sentence. (Wow, it feels good to get that out. 🙂 Too bad this lady will never read our posts.)

    1. avatar Jake Tallman says:

      If you aren’t familiar with her, it’s really pretty great. Google “shoulder thing that goes up”. I’m fairly certain she has a single digit IQ.

      1. avatar Marcus (Aurelius) Payne says:

        Should we send her an AR free float fore arm as a retirement gift?

  6. avatar brentondadams says:

    F her.

    At least she has the distinction of being an incompetent liar. To stand out among your peers in politics is quite an achievement.

    Her working life is over and soon her temporal life will come to an end. I still have my shoulder thing that goes up.

    On a lighter note, her group sent me a big bumper sticker with the motto ‘fight crime, stop the NRA’ …

    Sent to a Mr Molan Labe, Los Angeles CA

  7. avatar BLAMMO says:

    C’mon, guys. She was a victim.

    That’s an accomplishment and it gives her insight and credibility the rest of us don’t have.

    (/sarc (in case you missed it))

    1. avatar jwm says:

      I’m also a victim, of civil rights violating harpies like her.

      1. avatar Jus Bill says:

        You have exactly the right idea.

      2. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

        Whoa, she gave you herp… Oh harpies. Never mind.

        1. avatar Ralph says:

          Is that like Harpies Bristol Cream?

  8. avatar Juliesa says:

    The article fails to mention that “gun violence” is down by about half since McCarthy took office, but not because of anything she did. Not sure why the article calls her an expert, since she was the embodiment of the clueless congressthings who don’t understand the bills they push. I know legislators don’t have time to read every bill, but when bills on their signature issue are on the floor, one would think that they’d make a token effort to understand the features they’re trying to ban.

    1. avatar NYC2AZ says:

      Of course she’s an expert on guns. She even invented the famous “shoulder thing that goes up” attachment that no AR15 owner can go without.

      1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

        1. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

          That there video just proves she is an “expert” on gun control.

          “Expert”- ex-spurt: (Noun) A former drip under pressure.

        2. avatar doesky2 says:

          I just love the dead pan at the end…. No….no it’s not.

      2. avatar Hannibal says:

        Ahhh, so she’s that one. Hey we should be thanking her for making it obvious how ignorant lawmakers are about the very topics they are supposedly passionate about legislating.

  9. avatar surlycmd says:

    IMHO, her Congressional career is the best example of why there should be term limits. Term after term she used her personal tragedy in repeated attempts to destroy the Second Amendment. She consistently demonstrated arrogance and elitism by telling Americans millions of law abiding gun owners could not be trusted with firearms because of the actions of criminals.
    I suspect that she will use the millions of dollars she scammed from taxpayers to continue her disarmament agenda.

    1. avatar neiowa says:

      The poster child for unqualified to “serve”.

  10. avatar Oddux says:

    Hopefully she chooses a quiet retirement, rather than continually working behind the scenes like Bloomberg or Morgan.

    1. avatar Juliesa says:

      She has lung cancer. According to wiki, she’s suing 70 companies for asbestos, although she’s smoked for decades.

      1. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

        wait her out. . . . hell, they can stall on motion practice alone for 3 yrs.

      2. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

        Did she sue her hair dresser for losing her hair too?

        1. avatar Herb says:

          For a moment I thought that was Admiral Yamamoto.

        2. avatar Julio says:

          Dude, have some class. If she has lung cancer, chances are that she’s been through chemotherapy. Just let her fade away. No need to kick her while she’s down.

  11. avatar Dirk Diggler says:

    Colin Ferguson for the win !

    1. avatar NYC2AZ says:

      There are so many interesting aspects to Colin Ferguson and the LIRR shooting. So much of modern gun control is claimed to be a response to the event and so many people forget that Rudy Giuliani was partly the architect for much of the Clinton/Reno gun control push.

  12. avatar former water walker says:

    DUDE!

  13. avatar Jay in Florida says:

    As a former Long Islander and gun owner at the time this all occurred to her family.
    For which I can understand completely her feelings.

    Good Freaking Riddance and enjoy your unearned retirement at my expense.

  14. avatar Peter says:

    She lost her husband and son to Colin Ferguson, the LIRR shooter who targeted only white riders.
    Rather than address the real issues here, the widespread belief that racism was the reason for any Black failing in life, as a proper liberal she blamed the inanimate object.

  15. avatar Mike says:

    I wonder how many people have died or been injured because they were unable to defend themselves due to legislation and a culure war that made it difficult or impossible to own a self defense firearm. She and her ilk are directly responsible for that and she gets no sympathy or empathy from me just because her response to her own personal tragedy was to become a useful idiot for Chuck Schumer and his fellow anti civil rights criminals. Good riddance to bad rubbish.

  16. avatar Joe says:

    “Ding dong”….I see what you did there: clever, very clever.

  17. avatar Pikes Pete says:

    “The NRA very rarely if ever agreed with Rep. McCarthy on firearm policy issues. Nonetheless, we sincerely wish her all the best in her retirement. NRA spokesman Andrew Arulanandam…

    That is why I could never be a lawyer. You get paid to say stupid stuff and do immoral things.

    1. avatar Ralph says:

      That’s why I loved being a lawyer. I used to be well paid for doing things inside the courtroom that would have gotten me arrested if I did them outside the courtroom. 🙂

  18. avatar SteveInCO says:

    Sounds amazingly parallel to Rhonda Fields. Except that she shows no sign of quitting and has actually done some damage.

  19. avatar AW1Ed says:

    “PIERS MORGAN: I have an interview coming up with two young women who wrote a piece in which they said they wanted the rights of the AR-15 weapon at home because they feared they would be attacked and they wanted a gun that would guarantee they would murder or would kill their attacker. How do you respond to that particular argument, which is they believe under their second amendment right they should be allowed an AR-15?

    CAROLYN MCCARTHY: I will tell you, if you talk to professionals, hunters and certainly sportsmen, they’ll tell you that’s probably not the kind of gun to use. A rifle is more accurate. It’s certainly easier for a woman to be able to do that.”

    1. avatar LarryinTX says:

      It is difficult to imagine the stupidity, much less to believe it.

    2. avatar SteveInCO says:

      So what are the odds that somewhere else, she made the (inconsistent and also wrong) claim that AR stood for Automatic Rifle?

  20. avatar Ralph says:

    What the NRA was saying is “we hope that Ms. McCarthy beats cancer.” Frankly, I do too. I despise that woman, but wishing her death by cancer is seriously bad karma.

    1. avatar SteveInCO says:

      I don’t want her dead, I just wish she and her ilk would go away, or at the very least, leave their fellow Americans alone.

      1. avatar Ralph says:

        Yeah, me too. Unfortunately, McCarthy and her ilk never go away. Frank Lautenberg was wheeled onto the Senate floor so he could vote for all of Obama’s anti-2A legislation after Newtown. Then he died. Which was a blessing, because if he had died before the vote, he would have stunk up the Senate even more than he did when he was alive.

    2. avatar juliesa says:

      +100

      I hate cancer so much I was wishing for that bastard Hugo Chavez to beat it. I’d rather he’d been hanged or shot anyway.

    3. avatar bontai Joe says:

      I certainly don’t wish her death, but I could endorse a life living in a cardboard box, under a bridge eating out of dumpsters.

  21. avatar Model66 says:

    Let’s raise our shoulder things and her a 21 barrel shroud salute!!!

  22. avatar Rimfire says:

    Oh Man, Please give us readers some advance warning when we page down the articles and see that hideous face on our monitors. I almost spewed my coffee all over the keyboard in disgust. Yes, glad that it is retiring from the seat of power she held somehow. I agree that we do not wish anything bad on her in the suffering she is going through. I know the Big Guy in The Sky will deal with her in due time properly. Pleas watch your step; elevator going down.

  23. avatar T says:

    Well, Bye?

  24. avatar Mark Lloyd says:

    What if her husband had died of a medical mistake? What if a poorly maintained tree branch bonked him on the head? What if he died from SMOKING!!!! Would she have taken on the tobacco industry?
    Why doesn’t the national nanny and hypocrite Bloombag take on big tobacco?

    With all sincerity, good riddance. It’s just too bad she couldn’t take that Feinstein busy-body with her.

  25. avatar Marcus (Aurelius) Payne says:

    Ding dong.

    So then, do we represent the “bang” and “pop” guild?

  26. avatar Noishkel says:

    It’s lloonngg past the time to be civil to these scum bag antis. Far as I’m concerned the exit of this person should be treated the same way as the death of Osama Bin Laden. If not as loudly celebrated.

    Now if we were talking about Feinstein…

  27. avatar Javier says:

    Don’t go away mad. Just go away already!
    Please feel free to let the door hit you on the way out!
    Good riddance to bad rubbish!
    Get out!
    Bu bye!
    ……..∞

  28. avatar Javier says:

    Has anyone heard if and when Sen. Frankenstein is calling it quits? I need to practice my jig and order a cake.

  29. avatar LordGopu says:

    Someone should send her a barrel shroud as a retirement gift.

    And IMO, the fact that she has cancer is karma. Not as a magical force but she deserves it. Don’t think so? If she were made dictator of the USA tomorrow, you know all gun owners would be getting rounded up. So yes, she deserves to die because if she had her way, she would destroy the lives of others.

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