Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Being Gay Is A Choice, Just Like Carrying A Gun Into Starbucks

I saw this at Maybe its Just me--and if you aren't reading that blog then, why aren't you reading that blog--and I needed a good rant. 

Listen to this asshat who, as an ALLEGED law school graduate should try to get hired on by the NRA. His argument is as stupid, as lame, as moronic, as homophobic, as outdated, as any put forth by the National Rifle Association.


Let me explain this to you, you gun-toting, uneducated fool.

Being gay is an innate part of me; I was, and I hate that i sound like I'm quoting Gaga, born this way. And for you to suggest that being born gay is the same as someone who chooses, CHOOSES, to carry a weapon into a coffee shop is the height of stupidity.

You chose to carry a gun and think, wrongly, that the 2nd Amendment allows you to toe it around like Berkin bag of honor wherever you go. It doesn't; it's a choice.

Being gay is not a choice; being black is not a  choice. There is no such thing as gayness, like there is no such thing as blackness. But, being pro-gun, and stupid, even if you went to law school, and having access to a YouTube account to share your stupidity, is a choice.

Who needs a gun with a latte? Seriously.

I guess the person why says, with an ALLEGED straight face, that his gun is part of his lifestyle, i think it's more part of your death style, because, remember this, anyone who carries a gun intends to use it.

Yes, they do. Think about it; you don't carry a gun for show, like a fancy phone or a new watch; you carry a phone to make and receive calls and annoy people on trains; you carry  a watch to tell time; you carry a gun to shoot someone if the situation arises, and I, for one, would like to be able to have a cup of coffee without someone like this fool parading his lifestyle choice in front of me in line.


Anonymous said...

Where I live, my crossbow is not consdiered a firearm. I wonder how he'd feel if I showed up with it at Starbucks?

the dogs' mother said...

Gives a whole new meaning to 'a latte, please, with an extra shot'...

Harpers Keeper said...

He defines the banning guns from their premises as "anti-gun"?

I live 3 miles from the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona; a VA cemetery. One of the first signs I pass when I enter is a sign prohibiting firearms. There is an exception for uniformed honor guards doing gun salutes at funerals but individual firearms, concealed and otherwise, are not permitted. So, using this person's logic, the Department of Veteran's Affairs has "come out of the anti-gun closet"? 'Don't Ask - Don't Tell' I guess. said...

AMEN! "Anyone who carries a gun intends to use it." Why is this so difficult to understand?

I guess, in their minds, the "good" gun people are going to protect everyone from the "bad" gun people but the truth is all the gun people are potential killers.

Great post!

anne marie in philly said...

the only people that need guns are the military and the cops. period.

Debbie said...

Who needs a gun with a latte? Seriously.

ENOUGH SAID. Great post Bob.


S'A said...

I'm just getting so tired of stupid people.

Helen Lashbrook said...

I just have a problem with guns period.

Biki Honko said...

sigh, what a total fool. how many times did his parents drop him on his head as a small child?