Monday, November 11, 2013

Civil Discourse

A group of gun safety advocates had a meeting at a restaurant in Dallas the other day.  Word got out, and here’s how some of the people who have a different point of view reacted.


On Saturday, nearly 40 armed men, women, and children waited outside a Dallas, Texas area restaurant to protest a membership meeting for the state chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, a gun safety advocacy group formed in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.

According to a spokeswoman for Moms Demand Action (MDA), the moms were inside the Blue Mesa Grill when members of Open Carry Texas (OCT) — an open carry advocacy group — “pull[ed] up in the parking lot and start[ed] getting guns out of their trunks.” The group then waited in the parking lot for the four MDA members to come out. The spokeswoman said that the restaurant manager did not want to call 911, for fear of “inciting a riot” and waited for the gun advocates to leave. The group moved to a nearby Hooters after approximately two hours.

Because the only part of the Constitution that really matters to them is this one.

NRA Constitution 01-04-13PS: I love the part about the gun guys retreating to Hooters.

4 barks and woofs on “Civil Discourse

  1. “We’ve seen how you treat your wimmins around here, and we don’t like it.”

    (and oh-if-only-they’d-called-911-and-the-cops-had-retorted) “Well, I’m the law in these parts, and I don’t care what you like or don’t like.”

  2. Umm, Bobby, they don’t even acknowledge the first clause of the Second Amendment, unless they think (erroneously, of course) that by “well-regulated militia,” the Framers meant the Michigan Militia, the Minutemen, and the rest of those whack-a-doodles.

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