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CLEVELAND — A 14-year-old suspended student opened fire in a downtown high school Wednesday before killing himself, and five people were taken to hospitals, authorities said.

Thank G-d that it was a “gun free” school zone, or something bad might have happened.

At least the GFWs idiotic “open season on kids” legislation didn’t get anybody killed.

THIS time.

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The Imperial Blogsis goes off the rails and delivers some delicious invective and outrage as only she can do it.

Go read the story, then tell us that you’re not pissed off too.

A 67-year-old lady walking her dog gets attacked by a psychotic, knife-wielding madman, who proceeds to stab her at least 10 times. In the middle of Manhattan. In the middle of the fucking day. Plenty of eyewitnesses, yet only ONE guy, a guy who, by the way, just got his ear almost sliced off by the same madman, only ONE guy intervenes and tries to help.

Gottdamm worthless fucking pussies (minus, obviously, the one guy who apparently wasn’t a neutered, metrosexual son-of-a-bitch yellow-bellied fuckhole worthless coward).

The rest of them can go straight to Hell, because they are of absolutely no fucking use to the rest of humanity. Quit wasting precious oxygen that could be better used feeding higher lifeforms such as maggots.

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Thanks to LC The Boid, our blood pressure just flew through the roof again.

We already knew that the AMA were getting too nosy for their own good (and when we say “for their own good”, we mean it quite literally), but it’s getting to be worse than we thought, and that’s saying quite a bit. Here’s a hint for the nosy pediatricians out there: Mind your own fucking business, or ELSE, because if you really want to see an ugly side of me, this is one heck of a way of making sure that I’ll introduce you to it:

They’re watching you right now.

They counted every beer you drank during last night’s Red Sox game.

They see you sneaking out to the garage for a smoke.

They know if you’ve got a gun, and where you keep it.

They’re your kids, and they’re the National Security Agency of the Nanny State.

I found this out after my 13-year-old daughter’s annual checkup. Her pediatrician grilled her about alcohol and drug abuse.

Not my daughter’s boozing. Mine.

“The doctor wanted to know how much you and mom drink, and if I think it’s too much,” my daughter told us afterward, rolling her eyes in that exasperated 13-year-old way. “She asked if you two did drugs, or if there are drugs in the house.”

Help us out here, because we’re really not getting this. Since when did it become part of a pediatrician’s job description to, without encouragement, give their patients the third degree? Did the kindly Dr. Schnoopenstein use a bright light, restraints and thumbscrews as well? No, we’re not talking about a troubled kid wanting to talk here, that’s something else entirely, we’re talking about some third tier quack taking it upon herself to interrogate a little girl, “just in case.”

None of your fucking business, bitch, and you’d damn well better thank whatever deity it is that you do or don’t believe in that it wasn’t my girl, or you’d be shitting bits of teeth for weeks.

I turned to my wife. “You took her to the doctor. Why didn’t you say something?”

She couldn’t, she told me, because she knew nothing about it. All these questions were asked in private, without my wife’s knowledge or consent.

Here’s a hint for the c*nt quack in question along with any colleagues of hers practicing the same way: We don’t know how it works in whatever mosquito and yellow fever-infested third world cesspool that your diploma mill has its mailing address in, but in this country we have such terms as “minor” and “consent.” How would you feel if some perfect stranger accosted your kids while they were out and about, giving them the third degree about everything that goes on within your four walls? Shut up, bitch, we’re not done yet. No, you are NOT “special.” For all intents and purposes you ARE a perfect stranger with no rights to ask such questions whatsoever, the only difference being that you’re abusing your authority to get the poor kids to talk to you.

And that doesn’t make it any better, in case you’re wondering.

“The doctor wanted to know how we get along,” my daughter continued. Then she paused. “And if, well, Daddy, if you made me feel uncomfortable.”

So, just because she can, Dr. Quackenschwein decided to presume you guilty of alcoholism, drug abuse and molestation unless, of course, the kid’s testimony cleared you.

If we were to say that we’re “angry” right now, then that would be the biggest understatement of the century.

You think that’s bad? Oh wait, it gets worse:

We used to be proud parents. Now, thanks to the AAP, we’re “persons of interest.”

The paranoia over parents is so strong that the AAP encourages doctors to ignore “legal barriers and deference to parental involvement” and shake the children down for all the inside information they can get.

And that information doesn’t stay with the doctor, either.

Debbie is a mom from Uxbridge who was in the examination room when the pediatrician asked her 5-year-old, “Does Daddy own a gun?”

When the little girl said yes, the doctor began grilling her and her mom about the number and type of guns, how they are stored, etc.

If the incident had ended there, it would have merely been annoying.

But when a friend in law enforcement let Debbie know that her doctor had filed a report with the police about her family’s (entirely legal) gun ownership, she got mad.

She also got a new doctor.

We would have too, but in our case it wouldn’t “merely” be because we were pissed off. It would also be because the old doctor had “expired”, and we’re not talking about her credit cards here.

Don’t believe us, pediatricians?

Try us. Just be sure to have your earthly affairs in order before you do so. And don’t bother to book any vacations in advance prior to doing so. It’d be a sad waste of money, unless you make sure to book enough seats on the plane for a 7 foot pine box to fit in.

Yes. We are serious.

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Listen, I know that some of you Northern “conservatives”, particularly those on the Rudy McRomney bandwagon, are scared shitless of any GOP candidate to the right of Chuck Schumer because you think that only a liberal with an “R” next to his name can win in ‘08, but if you think that this is what is going to win an election:

…then I have to ask you why you don’t just cross over to the Hildebeest while you’re at it, because I’m having a damn hard time seeing the difference these days.

(Bonus question: Who’s the half bald, smirking chimpanzee behind Rudy McBradyBunch?)

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From LC & IB Dan:

(CBS 5 / AP) OROVILLE A disgruntled male student, reportedly mad at a teacher, fired shots inside an Oroville high school Friday morning and held two other students hostage in a band room before releasing them and being taken into custody by authorities.

Looks like another case of a psychotic goblin undeterred by those big, scary “Gun Free Zone” signs that are purportedly going to end wanton murder sprees in our schools.

Isn’t it strange, by the way? All the school massacres seem to have happened after the Klintoon Administration pushed through the concept of “Gun Free School Zones?”

If one had a brain (DemCong Nanny Staters need not apply), one might almost detect a cause and effect here.

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Yeah, it’s an old article, but truth is never “outdated“.

Underlying all “gun control” ideology is this one belief.” “Private citizens don’t need firearms because the police will protect them from crime.” That belief is both false and dangerous for two reasons.

First, the police cannot and do not protect everyone from crime. Second, the government and the police in most localities owe no legal duty to protect individuals from criminal attack. When it comes to deterring crime and defending against criminals, individuals are ultimately responsible for themselves and their loved ones. Depending solely on police emergency response means relying on the telephone as the only defensive tool. Too often, citizens in trouble dial 911 . . . and die.

Read the entire article and bookmark it for future ClueClubbings™ during Drooling Ungulate™ hunting season.

F.E.T.E.

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The Main Stream Midiots are, once again, stoking the fires of anti-gun hysteria and, as always, they manage to get pretty much exactly everything wrong, leaving the Imperial Firearms Advisor with the duty of setting the morons straight — AGAIN.

Which, we must say, always makes for a highly enjoyable read.

[EXEUNT, humming “Nobody Does it Better”]

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The Imperial Firearms Advisor quotes Hollyweird Airhead Jodie Foster:

“I don’t believe that any gun should be in the hand of a thinking, feeling, breathing human being.” [Emphasis ours — Emp.M.]

Typical. She wants the rest of us to be unarmed while retaining the right for herself.

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Sorry, but this isn’t somebody I’d vote for:

“My position for many years has been that just as a motorist must have a license, a gun owner should be required to have one as well. Anyone wanting to own a gun should have to pass a written exam that shows that they know how to use a gun, that they’re intelligent enough and responsible enough to handle a gun. Should both handgun and rifle owners be licensed…we’re talking about all dangerous weapons.”

Yep. That’s Rudy Bradiani on the subject of the 2nd Amendment, and he can now officially go fuck himself with one of Hitlery’s used tampons as far as I’m concerned.

Sorry, you cluefucked Noo Yawker, but there’s a slight difference between the right to keep and bear arms and the privilege to drive a vehicle on public roads.

Right.

Privilege.

Not the same, you retarded, ratfaced rump ranger.

How about we establish a test, a written exam to prove that political candidates are intelligent and responsible enough to hold office before we let them run? All of you overpaid, underworked, corrupt, thieving, lying, totalitarian wankers would be out of a job overnight.

You start making “lists”, I pull the safety off the reset button.

Capisce?

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Found this at the Imperial Firearms Advisor’s:

By Steve Bailey, Globe Columnist | July 20, 2007

There is an epidemic of handgun violence in Boston’s poorest neighborhoods, and the US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is investigating me?

How horrid! And why, pray tell, are they investigating lil’ ol’ you?

Twenty months ago, a lifetime in columnist time, I wrote in this space about going to a gun show in New Hampshire. The idea was to see how easy it would be to buy a handgun just across the border from Massachusetts, which has some of the toughest gun laws in the country. The answer: not very hard at all.

I went with John Rosenthal, the Boston gun-control advocate the gun lobby loves to hate, a cop named Andrew Heggie, and a former prison guard, Walter Belair. I also took my kids, who got in free. The cereal makers may be cutting back on marketing to kids, but the gun industry knows it is never to early to target the next generation.

We shopped till we dropped. Someone beat us to the used grenade launcher (price: $190), but it took Belair, a New Hampshire resident and licensed gun owner, less than 20 minutes to complete the purchase of a trashy little .38-caliber revolver, perfect for a night out in Dorchester. The gun, which retails for $349, was bargain-priced at $240, which I had given to Belair. (And, of course, expensed to the Globe.)

Well lookee what we’ve got here. That’s what we call a straw purchase, you silly little GFW moron, and it happens to be very much against the law. As a matter of fact, I seem to recall you GFWs forever whining about straw purchases and the horrible consequences they have for The Childrrrrreeeeennnn™, so why would you do do such a thing?

More importantly, why exactly would you expect to be allowed to walk away from deliberately breaking the law? Because your heart was pure and full of righteousness?

I love the Imperial Firearms Advisor’s analogy (go read it, dammit), but I’ll offer my own nonetheless: I suppose it’s alright that I demonstrate how easy it is to commit burglary by going to your home address, Mr Bailey, breaking in, terrifying you and your family and making off with all of your possessions? I mean, as long as it’s for “research” and I return the belongings to you later, of course.

Moron.

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