makes sense right?
Dont know if it was done on purpose but miss spel ???? also i think rosie should sue the spoon company <---- i know there is more then one but it would make for some good media
YES IT WAS SPELLED INCORRECTLY ON PURPOSE TO PROVE THE POINT GOT THE SAME SHIRT IT IS A GOOD ORGANIZATION.
post a vid on here?
of your avatar at the top right of the screen. Hard to see. Click just to the right and you'll see an option for uploading videos
click on create in the top right hand corner then click on video when the page opens and post the vid
i would like to see someone send a shirt like this to Obama
" Uh well I just want all the AK's off the streets and out of the hands of children."
the same way liberals aren't swayed by an even better argument: "Outlaw guns and only outlaws will have guns." There is a counter-argument that you need to be prepared to answer. The thing is, a pencil was not designed to misspell words and a car wasn't made specifically for drunk drivers. Spoons weren't made to 'make' Rosie fat. All those items were made for purposes other than the abuse to which they were put. Guns however, were made specifically for, umm, 'defense.'
Don't attack the messenger here. I'm with you on this, believe me and I certainly agree with the sentiment expressed. But the analogy here is not the best.
That is exactly the point of the analogy. Pencils, were designed to spell words amongst other things, Spoons were designed to feed people, cars were designed to transport people and guns were designed to protect. However, these specific items are not always used in the way they were intended to be used. The point here is that just because some use them for unintended/irresponsible purposes does not necessarily make them bad.
The shirt slogan preaches to the choir. To a lib, guns are made to kill people, period. There is no 'protect' in a lib's vocabulary. These other things were made to do 'innocent' things. Guns are made to shoot bullets into people. I'm a fan of nuclear weapons, myself. They did what they were designed to do for fifty years--assure a valid deterrance. I worked on the Trident subs, but to a lib, they are evil structures.
As I said, my faviorite slogan about outlaws and guns, to me, is the most valid, pithy, right-on slogans that summarizes the issue ever written. That slogan 'says it all' to me. But it doesn't sway a lib. You've got to step out of your own rational way of thinking to see that to a lib, it isn't rational. The whole thing is based on emotion anyway, so you can be as logical as you want and it still won't do any good.
Would that it were not so!
It makes no sense to be a dummycrat either
i just spent 45 min trying to upload a vid. that was a colossial waste of time
Was to be used to kill. To wage war. To take life. That is what we have in mind when we buy a gun for defense. We don't purchase a gun intending to scare an attacker off, or we wouldn't buy ammo. This is a forum primarily for gun enthusiasts, and hopefully we can help some wayward souls along to the path of independence and help enable them to determine their own fate should they come in here. But in order to be truly helpful and to be able to truly debate our side intelligently, we must not bother with the PC aspect of this fight. As uncomfortable as it may be, we have to agree with the liberals on this aspect. Yes, guns were designed to kill. When we say all we want them for are sport or hunting, or recreation, or defense, we are leaving room for the libs. When I bought my Glocks, I intended to use them to kill my enemy before he/she/it killes me. If I do not kill in the act of defense, then good. Thank God. Anybody who goes their whole life without killing another person is not missing anything. but make no mistake, and be prepared to argue your point, guns are designed to kill. Their design, however, does not make them evil, and it does not mean the person who buys them has any desire to kill. The point behind our argument when talking to libs should be to prosecute the crime, not the inanimate object.
runaway, I agree completely and you and I are on the same page, however, you sir said it much more poignantly than I. And I think that you, I and Scuyler would agree on this.
nice shirt where can i get 1
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