This is also not surprising.

Why yes, gun control advocates are raging bigots, no matter how much they try to position themselves as open-minded and tolerant. It all goes way back, too, from the Black Codes in the 1700s to the laws against so-called “Saturday Night Specials” (check out the origin of THAT term) and gun bans in public housing now. (And considering they have so little respect for the right to keep and bear arms, why would anyone think they’d have any respect for freedom of speech or religion?) The face of bigotry may change as the years plow on, but its heart never does.


One Response to “This is also not surprising.”

  1. BL Says:

    Randal Graves: Since when did porch monkey suddenly become a racial slur?
    Dante Hicks: When ignorant racists started saying it a hundred years ago!
    Randal Graves: Oh, bullshit! My grandmother used to call me a porch monkey all the time when I was a kid because I’d sit on the porch and stare at my neighbors!
    Dante Hicks: Despite the fact that your grandmother might’ve used it as a term of endearment for you, it’s still a racial slur! It’d be like your grandmother calling you a little kike!
    Randal Graves: Oh, it is not. Plus, my grandmother had nothing but the utmost respect for the Jewish community. When I was a kid she told me to always treat the Jewish kids with the utmost respect, or they’d put the sheeny curse on me.
    Dante Hicks: What the fuck, man?
    Randal Graves: What?
    Dante Hicks: Sheeny’s a racial slur, too!
    Randal Graves: Oh, it is not.
    Dante Hicks: Yes, it is!
    Randal Graves: She never called any Jews ‘sheeny’, she just used to say “sheeny curse” a lot. It was cute!
    Dante Hicks: It wasn’t cute! It was racist!
    Randal Graves: I disagree, man, she was just an old timer. That’s the way people talked back then! Didn’t mean they were racist… Although, my grandmother did refer to a broken beer bottle once as a nigger knife… You know, come to think of it, my grandmother was kind of a racist.

    THAT was a funny moovee! (Clerks II, for those keeping score at home)

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