Compare and contrast
Somehow, both brothers managed to register to vote. They also managed to get firearms, despite the very stringent gun-control laws in Massachusetts.
In the first case, the state was negligent — and what should stand as an example of the need to protect our franchise as American citizens will go largely ignored, or even defended, by those whose political power is dependent upon electoral laxity. In the second case, the state wasn’t negligent, but rather impotent — because had the laws requiring such monsters to undergo background checks before obtaining firearms been at all effective, as the President and many Democrats would have us believe (and if we happen not to believe it, we hate children and want to see them slaughtered, naturally), the brothers wouldn’t have had firearms. Couldn’t have had them. And yet they did. Somehow. As if by magic!
All in all, not a great week to be pushing gun control or comprehensive immigration reform.
— he said, outlandishly politicizing TRAGEDY in a way that should make the woman who spawned such filth feel a puckering in what’s left of her uterus.