In the Washington Times today, Cheryl Chumley reports that your personal pleasures (scary-looking black rifles) are a danger to our national security and you’re being selfish;
Assault weapons are “personal pleasure[s]” that should not take precedence over the good of the nation,” she said.
“We will make the case that these weapons do not belong on the streets of our cities,” she said, during an MSNBC appearance. “I recognize it’s an uphill battle. … [But] the mothers, the women, the men of American have to make a decision as to whether their personal pleasure is more important than the general welfare.”
Yeah, it is as a matter of fact, Dianne, you massive douche. In another interview that won’t get published with the Christian Science Monitor, I made the same point. When I hold my AR, it’s like a warm hug from an old friend. I told the person who was interviewing me that she probably didn’t understand why I smoke cigars either, but it’s a personal pleasure that I enjoy in good company. When I smoke a cigar, it reminds me of some of the best times in my life, and the same holds true for my AR.
That’s the problem with the Left – if they don’t understand something, it’s not important. Everyone has to be equally miserable. Something you and I enjoy has no value if they can’t “get it”.
“I intend to fight. I did it once before. If it doesn’t get done right now, be assured I will continue to press the case,” she said, in the context of speaking about gun-control proposals that ban assault weapons…
I’m sure gun dealers across the nation are applauding loudly.