2nd Amendment Violation? Selective Reasoning? Morons On Parade?

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Gun nuts are usually inconsistent in their positions. Stoned people are sometimes confused. I can’t wait until the SCOTUS gets this one!

 

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5 thoughts on “2nd Amendment Violation? Selective Reasoning? Morons On Parade?

  1. So the argument might become: You can’t buy a gun, because you are legally allowed to buy something that might impair your judgement.

    I don’t think that the NRA really wants to get behind that, but it would be interesting if they did.

  2. I wonder how hard it would be to attach a breathalyzer to a gun lock, a la an ignition lock for motor vehicles.

  3. Anon, I have this image of two drunk guys in a country bar getting mad at each other, going out to their Ford F800s to get their 6 shooters, then standing there facing each other and checking their breath every 20 seconds waiting for permission to open fire, while everyone gathers around … but not too close … to watch.

  4. Anyone who picks up a gun while using alcohol or drugs is a freakin’ moron and should immediately lose the right to bear arms. I own guns and shoot for fun – but my guns are locked up in a gun safe with trigger locks on each one. Owning a deadly weapon brings heavy responsibility and the thought of a stoner carrying one scares the crap out of me.

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