“I Used To Care About Progressive Causes. Then They Came After Me”

This post is called, “The Post in Which I Piss Off EVERYBODY.”

First they came for the blacks, and I spoke up because it was wrong, even though I’m not black.

Then they came for the gays, and I spoke up, even though I’m not gay.

Then they came for the Muslims, and I spoke up, because it was wrong, even though I’m an atheist.

When they came for illegal aliens, I spoke up, even though I’m a legal immigrant.

Then they came for the pornographers, rebels and dissenters and their speech and flag burning, and I spoke up, because rights are not only for the establishment.

Then they came for the gun owners, and you liberal sh#tbags threw me under the bus, even though I’d done nothing wrong. So when they come to put you on the train, you can f#cking choke and die.”

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4 Responses to “I Used To Care About Progressive Causes. Then They Came After Me”

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    I support the individual liberties of lesbians, satan worshippers, the Black Panthers, socialists and all manner of people doing things that I don’t approve of. Too bad I can’t expect a quid pro quo from leftists.

  2. Bill says:

    From the blog:

    “At the time the Constitution was written, the weapons in question were muskets.”

    I’ve seen and heard this countless times. It’s irrevelant. No one else makes this point.

    When I hear this I ask the person, ‘200 years from now, do you think personal weapons will be more powerful, equally powerful or les powerful?’ The answer I always get is more powerful. I then ask, ‘if you can predict that, don’t you think the founders couldn’t have predicted the same thing in their day?’ They knew the history of weapons from stones and clubs, to slings and bows and arrows, to bronze swords then iron swords and then steel swords. They knew about the first use of artillery and the first firearms. The muskets used during the time of the founders were vasty smaller, lighter and more powerful and accurate than the original firearms. The first ones were used around the 13th century and evolved. The crude, in our estimation, musket of the 1770-1780s was vastly superior to the original muskets. There’s no reason to believe the founders wouldn’t have predicted weaponry would become more lethal and they still passed the 2nd Amendment.

    People of today think people of the past were morons, that wisdom only began with them.

  3. notamobster says:

    I just tell them that if that reasoning works, then the first amendment only applies to words written on parchment with quill & ink. No internet, radio, or television.

  4. Tony says:

    I just added Comcast to my list of entities to piss off. Check this little detail out http://detroit.cbslocal.com/2013/02/19/comcast-to-firearms-shops-your-moneys-no-good-here/