Tuesdays with Claymore

| February 20, 2018 | 15 Comments

Pot. Kettle. Black rifles.

Appropriating your progeny

Fake conversation at fake church with fake NRA supporter

Grassroots of revolution

Power to the Sheeple

Vote with your genitals

Franken on the comeback?

First, we kill all the lawyers

Blood money

Bernie Sanders….gun nut

Dude, where’s my due process?

What, the MSM isn’t good enough?

Donald Trump, Double Naught Spy

6 Reasons That DUers Will Ignore

Purity must be maintained, comrades

Insert eyerolling here

Mass Shootings = Toxic White Masculinity

Paranoia, deep destroyer

Elected police bureaucrats for gun control

Literally not my job

And this one is for the Coulter vets….only Tim will understand

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  1. AW1Ed says:

    You’re a better man than I am, Claymore. That drivel gives me a headache.

  2. Ex-PH2 says:

    Oh, dearie, dearie, dearie me!!!

    They’re worried about what woman could possibly win if shrillary can’t get elected POTUS???

    Well, the GOPers simply need a short, bad-tempered bitch like me to volunteer for that crappy job, but I wouldn’t volunteer for it, either.

  3. Brown Neck Gaitor says:

    “Suicide prevention put me on hold”

    Still the funniest, non-election night, line ever posted on DU.

  4. Mason says:

    Never ceases to amaze me how much they really hope, wish, and pray for the death or assassination of the president. As much as I hated Clinton and Obama, I wouldn’t wish death on them.

    Left-right politics in this country has really become not just a battle of ideas, but a battle of religions to those on the left. It’s like the Muslims declaring a holy war or the crusaders. All non-believers should be killed and anything done to achieve your righteous leftwing goals is acceptable.

    • Mason says:

      And why is it they think the idea of arming teachers is going to be a mandatory policy? Who ever even insinuated that!? It’d be like the armed pilots. Volunteers, nobody is going to be forced to carry a gun.

      The hyperbole on the left is so over the top all the time.

      • Ex-PH2 says:

        Mason, when was the last time you were around 10 year old kids?

        Constant hyperbole, widely fluctuating emotions, anxiety attacks and squalling fits over nothing are the marks of small children.

        • Mason says:

          Ha, good point. But I think my 12 year old niece is more emotionally and rationally mature than what I see over there.

          I thought the phrase liberalism is a mental disease was funny, but now I don’t. I think it’s true, and that about half the voters every go for it is scary.

        • Ex-PH2 says:

          It is, indeed, a mental disorder, something along the lines of groupthink, in which they give up their right to think for themselves and hustle along with the crowd. They have the emotional maturity of the toddler who only throws tantrums in front of the video camera.

          In other words, they become so dumbed down that tantrums are the norm and if someone told them ‘go that way’ (right off a cliff), they’d go without question.

  5. CPT11A says:

    Really enjoyed the letter from a furious teacher in “Literally Not My Job”.

    I am a high school teacher. It is hysterical liberal idiots like that who have driven me to apply for a job on an oil rig.

    She talks about students living in fear. Even with the bullshit number of 18 school shootings this year, .05% of American schools have been attacked. Basically 1 in 2,000. If you go to work at a school every day thinking, “this is the day I get my head blown off”, you watch too much CNN.

    And no, it’s not in my job description to get shot in the face. Unless you’re a cop, soldier or firefighter, reacting to disasters is never in the job description. You don’t have to be a hero. Aaron Feis didn’t have to be a hero. I’m sure other unnamed teachers at MDS and Columbine simply locked the door and hunkered down with whatever students they had. They won’t be getting fired for it. Note that the descriptions of people like Aaron Feis always mention how they went “above and beyond”. No one asked him to do what he did.

    So no, no one is asking you to die. And the risk of you dying at work by gunshot is infinitesimally small.

    Shut the hell up.

    • Mason says:

      I was also thinking that nobody is asking you. I’m sure there were a lot of people who heard the shots then pissed themselves, found religion, and hid under a desk. No shame in not dying a hero. It’s not for everyone.

      • CPT11A says:


        Some people show up at fresh roadside car wrecks and sob helplessly as some poor SOB burns to death in his car. Others get lauded by Jonn as “saving the world”.

        Some people bolted out of the towers at 8:47 AM on that Tuesday so many years ago, saving only themselves. Others, like Frank Martini and Pablo Ortiz, are immortalized in movies like “Heroes of the 88th Floor”.

        If everyone did that, it wouldn’t be special. It’d just be normal. Another boring line in your contract.

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