Regularly across America “columnists” will opine about the danger of guns. Many anti-gun activists actively salivate awaiting the next time a small town has a shooting. Not sure why they “wait”. Opportunities for their shtick happen almost every weekend in Chicago or Los Angeles yet we rarely hear about this. I guess it doesn’t fit their “agenda”.
Some of these “journalists” blame the gun for the ills of man. As though the gun is self-loading, clicks off its own safety, points itself at someone, and pulls the trigger…over and over again.
But for the purpose of providing a lesson in logic let us accept the premise that an inanimate object can do all of these things. (I know. Humor me:)
If the “gun” is responsible for shootings then applying “logic” automobiles are to blame for accidents. Ice cream for type two diabetes, Coca Cola for cavities, and any woman in the vicinity of Bill Clinton.
It’s Hillary’s server, Lois Lerner’s emails, and the underwear, not the idiot, that is to blame for “pants on the ground”.
This type of logic writes itself. Hillary blames the server for not being able to locate Lois’s emails because Bill’s underwear will not allow themselves to be pulled up.
Then again “what difference does it make?”
In this instance the important difference is our being dictated to by people who genuinely believe, and have proven, they can blame anyone or anything at anytime…and get away with it.
We have to create new absolutes in our way of thinking. In absolutes I mean no matter what…these rules never change. It is the only way to remove the parasites eating away at America. We will call these our ABC absolutes.
Absolute A. Anyone running for any office who accepts campaign contributions is called a politician.
Absolute B. All politicians lie.
Absolute C. Never vote for a liar.
If A….then B….then C.
It’s really quite easy to understand, simple to follow, and I guarantee will work 100 percent of the time. Logic.
Unlike the blaming of a gun or a server or all that underwear nonsense.
As Spock would say…illogical.
“Late Bird” by Jason Kraus
Restoring a nation a voice at a time