Obama’s 23 Kicks in the Groin to Honest Gun Owners

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Neema Vedadi and Michael W. Dean chat about Obama’s “frog boiling” gun “suggestions” (named “Executive actions”, possibly after the CIA term for killing people), and John Q. the a movie about health care at the point of a gun, which is exactly what the government’s doing. The Feens rap about Michelle Malkin saying Obama was using kids “as human shields” when he announced gun control surrounded by kids. Those conservatives get it right once in a while. The Feens discuss cats, a call from Ben Stone of the Bad Quaker Podcast, The slap-a-hoe tribe, the “fairness doctrine”, a webpage that generates band names from the DHS keyword list, Texas follows Wyoming’s lead with anti-Fed gun laws, and rapper Big Boi On Being A Libertarian And His Feelings On Obama.

Thanks to super-feen Dalton for the title suggestion.

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10 Responses to Obama’s 23 Kicks in the Groin to Honest Gun Owners

  1. Matt says:

    I’m old and white, and the only rap I like is by Nema. ‘specially enjoyed the one ’bout the ‘dro.
    Where do I find this music?

  2. Dalton says:

    I didn’t suggest the title, Central Scrutinizer did.

  3. Sean DuVally says:

    About three years ago, I took my kids to the pediatrician for their yearly physical, and he asked them about firearms and drug use in the home. We have been going to him since the kids were babies, and I could tell he was uncomfortable and embarrassed to ask. He apologized to me, and said that he was required by law to ask them, and that it wasn’t something that he liked to do. I think I read an article later saying that it was a new requirement in Massachusetts. Yes, I know, I live in a horrible state.

  4. Anon42 says:

    Comparing those is a little hard because bombs are intended to do both (destroy lives and property) whereas guns are just for use against people. The better comparison to make is how much did the bombs cost (about a billion 1945 dollars ea. according to Truman’s announcement) versus what that money and time could have accomplished for peaceful purposes.

    Truman’s announcement: http://www.trumanlibrary.org/calendar/viewpapers.php?pid=100
    Interesting memo from Cato: http://www.cato.org/pubs/pas/pa009.html

    Finally, whether cats would eat squirrels in a post-apocalyptic world is unknown, but I saw a kitty the other day decline to chase one which lives in a nearby tree and was gathering nuts a short distance away. 🙂

  5. Anon42 says:

    If we assume 2 rounds will cause a casualty then that is 5 casualties for a 10-round mag. According to wikipedia 90,000–166,000 people died in the bombing of Hiroshima, with half dying in the initial blast. Therefore that bomb equates to about 138,000 / 5 = 27,400 ten round mags. Note the bombs of today are much more powerful than the ones dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    • MichaelWDean says:

      Thank you for doing the math on this! I think the number is higher though, because there was property damage and dead kitties and puppies too. How would we factor for that?

      MWD

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