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Typical Sack: Simplify it till it fits a single comic panel, but no longer fits the truth of what he lampoons.
I think this cartoon pretty much sums up what the NRA is trying to do. Pin the blame on video games and movies and other forms of entertainment.
Typical NRA. Simplify it until it fits a single Sack cartoon but no longer fits the truth of the matter.
Japan is video game central and has a microscopic homicide rate. I wonder what else could be at work here? The sane gun control laws?
The ultimate irony in this world, is that if I go out to buy a hand gun for protection, it would not have anything to do with criminals and their intent. I would buy the gun for protection against people like LaPierre.
Spot on. As usual.
Japan also has societal values, something that is severely lacking here.
Japan also has societal values not based in American-syle christianity. Something that's also severely lacking here.
Fun thing to do: When someone from the NRA talks about gun control replace "gun" with "politician" Example: "Yesterday David Keene, the president of the NRA said he would fight tooth and nail to keep the government from regulating the sale, use, transfer and ownership of politicians. He said he currently owned several of politicians and was not in favor of any legislation that would remove his constitutional rights to own any type of politicians"
Hey Sack, how about a cartoon about NY Mayor Bloomberg having 5 armed bodyguards for his protection but telling the people of NY they can't have guns for protection.
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