Tag Archive: Never Waste A Good Crisis

” A recent CNN article confirms that this is in fact the strategy of anti-gun forces.  Mark Glaze, director of Mayors Against Illegal Guns, made the following comments in an interview with CNN.

“Look, when this kind of thing happens, we have to make the case in that very short window — what went wrong, why it went wrong, how you can fix it — in a way that motivates Congress to do what it should.  With something as terrible as this is, involving children, the window is open a little wider than it has been before.  I think my back of the envelope is usually about a month.  But after the series of mass shootings and the gravity of this one, I think we may have a little more time.”Anti-gun forces know that they must strike while emotions are high to capitalize on irrational thought driven by these emotions.  They know that once the hysteria subsides and cooler heads prevail, people aren’t as willing to surrender their Constitutional freedoms.  This is why you see people like Dianne Feinstein racing to the first camera she can find to promote her most recent gun grab proposal.”

Celebrities Demand Outrageous Gun Laws Following Connecticut Shooting [W/ VIDEO]


We might lose ours but you can be damned sure they won’t lose theirs . 



” “America likes guns the way the rest of the world likes soccer,” tweeted comedian and Current TV host John Fugelsang. “Guns don’t kill people. People in states without gun-purchase background checks & waiting periods kill people.”

Evan Rachel Wood wondered what it would take to disarm the American people while singer Michelle Branch told “gun control people” that her “heart is breaking.”

“Gun control is our only road to freedom,” said actor Rashida Jones. “Freedom from the fear of senselessly losing children. I’m so saddened. WE NEED LAWS NOW.”

“Gun control is no longer debatable- it’s not a ‘conversation’- It’s a moral mandate,” actor Mia Farrow tweeted.

Comedian Patton Oswalt addressed the Second Amendment with an obscenity. “Yeah, I’ll wade right the f— into this: MORE gun control, MORE mental health services. It’s no longer a debate. Never was.”

“This year: CO movie theater, OR mall, and now CT school,” tweeted actor Adam Shankman. “How many innocents must die before we enforce more gun control!”

It is a demonstrable fact that tougher gun laws do not reduce crime. Background checks and laws against “assault weapons” and the possession of handguns will do little to prevent future mass shooting incidents.”