This rally was in Olympia, WA (the state capitol). The voters in the state of Washington passed an initiative to close loopholes in the sales of guns, even at gun shows. The voters passed the initiative by an overwhelming percentage, so, you know, States Rights.
Our old pal One-L tells us her winning strategy for fighting us Libtards: you use evidence-based arguments. If anyone in the modern moment has a looser relationship with facts than Bachmann, I want to know about him/her.
One-L is a national treasure.
Maybe Petunia and Pals is actually performance art? Anyway, listen in and marvel at the way Petunia II tells Reverend Jacques Degraff that blacks are much worse off under The Kenyan Usurper!
Just whip ’em out an measure ’em, boys.
“Go to the range to practice, keep your guns in a safe location, and primarily, now that I know that I’m $2.5 million in debt, just in lawyers’ fees, I paid over $360,000 in hard costs to the state of Florida – just in, you know, copies, CDs, manuscripts, that kind of stuff – I would definitely invest in getting some type of self-defense insurance, and again, arming yourself with the knowledge of what you can do and what you should or shouldn’t do after the incident,” Zimmerman said.
So before you go out to slaughter some skittles-bearing blah kid, get some insurance. (Raw Story)
(Hat tip: Scissorhead Mr. C. Montgomery Burns)
Meet Missouri Representative Rick Brattin. He’s just filled a bill that will require women to get a permission slip from a man before they can have an abortion. The bill states that “[n]o abortion shall be performed or induced unless and until the father of the unborn child provides written, notarized consent to the abortion.”
And then as an homage to his fellow Show-Me state hero, Todd Akin, he says that it must be a legitimate rape:
“Just like any rape, you have to report it, and you have to prove it,” he said. “So you couldn’t just go and say, ‘Oh yeah, I was raped,’ and get an abortion. It has to be a legitimate rape.”
The Bugman is not happy with The Kenyan Usurper, not one bit.
“I think part of it is sort of entering this sort of Honey Boo Boo phase of the Obama presidency in which he does what he wants. And he’s not going to be constrained by elections, he’s not going to be constrained by voters.”
—Chris Stirewalt, Fox News digital politics editor, commenting on the news that President Barack Obama had authorized a prisoner swap with Cuba.