“As long as you can go in some neighborhoods and it is easier for you to buy a firearm than it is for you to buy a book, there are neighborhoods where it is easier for you to buy a handgun and clips than it is for you to buy a fresh vegetable, as long as that’s the case, we’re going to continue to see unnecessary violence,”What could that possibly mean? If a neighborhood has gun stores, book stores and grocery stores, it's always absolutely easier to buy the book or fresh vegetable. I know of no stores that demand you be over 21 to buy veggies; maybe to buy certain books if there's still such a thing as obscenity in 2015. Never heard of background or NICS checks or anything remotely like a 4473 to buy books or vegetables. Never heard of a 3 day waiting period to buy a book or vegetable. On the other hand, while I admit my experience is limited, I've never seen gun stores selling vegetables although many sell books and it's easier to buy a book than a gun in a gun store. So even if the neighborhood had nothing but gun stores, it's still not a true statement. It's a lie being used to damage discussion in society.
Always the man to resort to straw man arguments, assigning an argument no one has ever made to the other side so that he can make fun of it, the Douchebag continued
“In some places it goes the opposite direction. People say we should have firearms in kindergarten and have machine guns in bars. You think I’m exaggerating,”Firearms in kindergarten and machine guns in bars? Is anyone on record ever suggesting this? Personally, kindergarten teachers with guns don't bother me a bit, if they're mature adults and can legally own one. But that's not the point. It's the absurd arguments, the "say anything to get your way" that disgusts me.
Their frustration with not being able to impose more controls through congress is pretty evident. The arguments make sixth graders on the schoolyard seem like brilliant debaters in comparison.