gun activists want to retire politicians by gun
gun activists want to retire politicians by gun

Right-wing extremist commentator Stan Solomon and his friend, Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America, took to the airwaves this week to lament gun control and politicians.

First they credited court rulings striking down Washington, D.C., gun laws for a drop in homicides in the city while complaining that the city council members and others in the community who support gun control are “criminals’ friends” who “hate self-defense.”

Both men agreed that “thugs in government” are worse than violent criminals. But what to do? It’s totally unfair that elections were held and these awful thugs won re-election, while some more awful thugs will also be taking office, soon.

“It’s hard to get rid of these politicians,” Pratt said.

Solomon agreed with that assessment. That’s why the 2nd Amendment is so important, he says. “That’s why we need to have guns, you know what, more than one politician has been dispatched while doing a dance trying to avoid certain, shall we say, metal jackets.”