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MLK’s birthday; AmmoLand announces new Zombie Sniper Riflescope

January 16, 2013

On Martin Luther King’s birthday, January 15th, AmmoLand has announced: Centerpoint Introduces Zombie Sniper Riflescopes

I’m sure it was unrelated but still I thought I’d comment on the juxtaposition of selling a zombie sniper riflescope on King’s birthday.

Meanwhile in Forbes: “The Obesity Police Turn A Solvable Problem Into A Needless War” by Jeff Stier:

in their distorted and militant view, a can of Coke is the new AR-15.

and

competing for opportunities to be quoted, activists seek to one-up each other with more and more inflammatory language. Food and soda companies are at all times the villain, while people, adults and children alike, are mindless zombies unable to withstand the lure of a Super Bowl halftime show.

NY liberals public health conquest of cigarettes and sugary soda … and now guns… Read the new NY gun law.

Ironically, USA Today reports on the new NY gun law: “Experts fear proposed N.Y. gun law might hinder therapy” because notification requirements “might interfere with treatment of potentially dangerous people and even discourage them from seeking help.”

Gun nuts are understandably up in arms – but despite the sweeping overnight legislation, Alex Seitz-Wald writes in Salon: “The Hitler gun control lie: Gun rights activists who cite the dictator as a reason against gun control have their history dangerously wrong”:

The law did prohibit Jews and other persecuted classes from owning guns, but this should not be an indictment of gun control in general. Does the fact that Nazis forced Jews into horrendous ghettos indict urban planning? Should we eliminate all police officers because the Nazis used police officers to oppress and kill the Jews? What about public works — Hitler loved public works projects?

Recall issues of subhumanization and the relationship of batman to legal transgression.

There is no question that we must be a nation in pursuit of an MLK-style dream of nonviolent democracy. It just stinks for everybody when the only way to make a toy safe for the group is to take it away. We are punishing a lot of responsible gun owners, (soda drinkers, smokers) and not really feeling bad for them at all. Slowly shaving off small minority groups who can’t successfully argue with the public health rhetoric. Is it any wonder they feel as if zombies are coming after them?

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