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February 16, 2014

vigilante justice bigots

Filed under: General — Xero @ 9:15 am

The second amendment is a touchy topic. For idiots. On one hand, the original purpose of the law is pretty much a moot point. The moment the government made bombs, explosives, missiles, fighter jets, ICBMs, and drones, and didn’t let you own them as well, the law has been long since irrelevant. You aren’t going to stand up to all that with just some measly guns, assault rifles mean shit against unmanned drones with bombs. If you were really waging some rebellion against the american government, then it’s not going to come in the form of these weapons, you’ll need something better, and thus, something not legal anyway.

So then, what remains of the second amendment? This notion of self-defense or protection? However, the problem with all the stand your ground/self-defense bullshit laws/arguments is that the punishment doesn’t fit the crime, you wouldn’t be given a death sentence for mugging someone and stealing their wallet, but it’s okay for you to shoot and kill them? I don’t buy it. These people think they are the bearers of justice, modern day vigilantes, who apparently shoot anything that’s black and moves and might be “intimidating” to their bigoted world views.

Where does it end? How can these laws continue to be in effect despite the fact that they disproportionately allow white people to kill minorities and get off scot-free. Or, perhaps to shoot a guy in the movie theater, whose only weapon was a bag of popcorn. I mean, we’ve completely devalued any notion of human life, in favor of the right to own guns? Is that really the message they are trying to send? That’s what it has become, regardless.

These people put the right to own guns above human life, which is hilarious, since they’re probably pro-lifers as well. Human life is so valuable, up until it’s born, after that, guns.

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