Update – Progressive Perspectives on Gun Control

UPDATE - Many people are claiming this is not an official Brady Campaign Ad.

Well, they should have told the Brady people that before they used it.

However, people are really stuck in the weeds on this one.

Whether or not the Brady Campaign actually intended to have this reflect their ideology, it does. As it does reflect the ideology of all the gun restrictive advocates. Whether or not the ad is officially theirs… the ideology remains the same. This is their ideology, even if not their ad.    So kinda seems silly for the Brady people to get all defrosted just because someone is pushing their agenda wide open.

Cudos to the person(s) who created the graphic.  It is brilliant.

About these ads
Image | This entry was posted in 2nd Amendment, Potus Gun Ban, Typical Prog Behavior, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

125 Responses to Update – Progressive Perspectives on Gun Control

  1. WeeWeed says:

    That’s about the stupidest p.o.s. propaganda I’ve laid eyes on today.

    • canadacan says:

      That’s anti woman And anti human bein Who designed that Al Qaeda

    • Sharon says:

      We can probably guess what the media response would be if Todd Akin had said that.

    • myopiafree says:

      It seems that “Brady” has ruled out the possibility of RAPE AND MURDER. These people are just STUPID on this issue. By there “logic” you should let the “perp.” rape you – and hope like hell he does not kill you. You should never have the right to defend yourself – under any circumstance.

      • WeeWeed says:

        Kinda like those peeps on 4 hijacked planes back in 2001 hoping they were just going to Cuba or something. Yeah, that’s kinda the way I look at everything, anymore.

  2. Menagerie says:

    So….what? A woman should just suck it up and endure? They get stupider every day. Defending one’s self from a heinous crime is a fundamental right, and if the perpetrator is shot and dies it is not murder. And I would have zero guilt about it.

    • kathyca says:

      I think the ad is suggesting that it’s better for the victim to be “just” raped rather than raped and dead by gunshot. Cause if gun laws are tightened up the rapist surely won’t have a gun doncha’ know. Idiots!

      • dawndoe says:

        The vast majority of rape victims who are murdered are strangled or stabbed to death.

      • Knuckledraggingwino says:

        The FBI homicide data shows that 85% of women who are murderred by rapists are not killed with guns. Rapists who murder their victims prefer to beat, bludgeon, burn, strangle or drown their victims. I seriously doubt that their deaths at the hands of their tormenters lasts only thirty seconds.

      • Knuckledraggingwino says:

        Here is a link to the actual data on weapons used in murders and murder circumstances.


        I’ll have to go back to my man cave (literally a cave), otherwise known as the chapel, where I cling to my guns and religion to check the older issues of Crime in the US, but IIRC back in the 1980s and 1990s there were about a hundred rape victims who were murderred each year. You think may be the suddenly increased risk of getting shot was discouraging the more predatory rapists?

        IMHO, I am elated that the Brady bunch was stupid enough to use this campaign. If we have the courage to cite the actual FBI crime and homicide data we can shove it up their asses.

      • Knuckledraggingwino says:

        Here is another link ton another table of FBI data on weapons used n homicides over the last decades. As you can tell, thenumber of homicides committed with rifles of any type much less assault rifles is small and continuing to decline in spite of the repeal of the assault weapon ban.


        You are twice as likely to be beaten to death than murdered with a rifle.

        • Chip Bennett says:

          I’m compiling some data of my own, including the statistical significance of gun-related homicides with respect to total deaths, state-by-state. Thus far, state-to-state variation in gun-homicide death rates is not statistically significant for all but 3-5 states (where Washington DC is included as a state, and does have a statistically significant variance in gun-homicide death rate).

          The gun-homicide death rate has generally been compared as a function of relative strictness of state gun laws, but I’m not sure such comparison is terribly useful, because such comparison says absolutely nothing about the number of gun owners in each state. For example, Alaska has a statistically significant variance in rate of gun-homicide deaths, but I would wager that it is more a function of the number of gun owners in the state, and the more dangerous living conditions in the state, than it is a function of the state’s lax gun laws.

          (Bear in mind, homicide is no higher than the fifteenth most-frequent cause of death nationally, and gun homicides are only about 2/3 of those. And further, the order of magnitude is pretty much absurd here. We’re talking about a range of 5-21 gun-related homicide deaths per one-hundred thousand.)

          So, my next step will be to find data regarding gun-related homicide deaths as a function of number/percentage of gun owners, state-by-state.

          Other considerations: urban-vs-rural analysis, and a comparison of gun-homicide death rates in gun-control cities against the gun-homicide death rates for the remainder of the state.

  3. Eric says:

    It’s bad when you show this to a democrat and even THEY say that’s the dumbest propaganda ever. The person behind that ad should be ashamed for even agreeing to do the advertisement.

  4. brutalhonesty says:

    and a gun can end a rape, and a gun will be there before the police. Liberalism really is a mental disorder.

  5. lovemygirl says:

    You may know this, but it actually appears this was put up by a pro-gun rights Facebook page that mocks anti-gunners.
    Coalition for the removal of Assault Weapons

  6. brutalhonesty says:

    Who wants to bet they magically and rapidly identify a “gene” if Adam Lanza that shows a propensity to commit these acts, then the liberals use that to write laws that all gone owners must submit to dna testing…think of the implications.

    • brutalhonesty says:

      *in lanza, not if lanza.

    • michellc says:

      I read somewhere that a group of them wanted to make it mandatory that all gun owners buy liability insurance specifically for gun ownership. I read a comment that said, “only if thugs buy a burial policy in case they’re killed while trying to rob, rape or kill a gun owner.”
      So let’s not give them any ideas, they have enough of their own.

    • lovemygirl says:

      Not beyond the realm in today’s upside down world.

  7. michellc says:

    Former Democratic New York City mayoral candidate Mark Green appeared on MSNBC’s Hardball on Thursday where he advocated for the strictest of gun ownership laws. He said that there should be a registry where people can go to see if their neighbor is a gun owner, just as “Megan’s Law” allows for individuals to see if there is a convicted sex offender living in their neighborhood.
    He goes on to say live in Texas or Florida. He didn’t include Oklahoma but according to the Brady Bunch only 3 states are worse than we are, Alaska, Arizona and Utah, I like that badge of honor. So why don’t they leave us alone then and let us keep our guns and our religion and they can ban guns and religion in their states? I’m okay with that, let each state do as they please.

    • brutalhonesty says:

      1 hey criminals want to take a gun? case this house for a while and wait til they go to work
      2 hey criminals these houses are easy targets, they DONT own a gun.

      • michellc says:

        I can’t remember where I heard or read it, but apparently releasing concealed carry permit holders has been done before and homes were targeted using the info. To me it’s similar to people who have had their homes robbed because they were posting on facebook that they were gone on vacation. Criminals will and do use any advantage they can. Where the difference is those people didn’t think and their mistake made their home a target, in this case the government is wanting to make them a target including the ones who follow their screwed up ideology.

    • howie says:

      How bout just look in the phone book. What a dope.

  8. ThatOldGuy says:

    I thought this was a pro-gun ad when I first saw it. It’s like the classic saying, no? What’s worse, a dead rape victim or a rapist with a bullet hole in between his eyes? Or however it goes.

    I imagine that those thirty seconds don’t feel like thirty seconds, either.
    Edit by Admin per note by commenter

    • Wraith says:

      The rape may last 30 seconds(or far longer, depending on whether the vermin has time to work undisturbed), but the aftermath lasts a lifetime.


      • ThatOldGuy says:

        I cannot believe that I left out “don’t” in that last sentence. From now on I think I will have to proofread even brief responses quite a few times. I meant to write:

        I don’t imagine that those thirty seconds feel like thirty seconds, either.
        FIFY ;) –Admin

  9. Chip Bennett says:

    One dead would-be rapist, and one fewer woman who has to endure the long-term physical, emotional, and psychological trauma of a rape?

    Yeah, I’m good with that.

    And in that case, the gun – in the hands of the would-be rape victim – is the answer.

    • lovemygirl says:

      This advice is a bit graphic so avert your eyes if squeamish. G. Gordon Liddy advised his daughter that if she was ever forced to perform fellatio to bite it off and run. He said the perp would be bleeding so profusely and would be far more concerned about retrieving the missing part than chasing her.

  10. Sharon says:

    Guns are not the answer? It depends on what the question is, doesn’t it?

  11. Josh says:

    Now THAT ad is offensive! and I do not offend easily!

  12. Chip Bennett says:

    So tell me, Brady campaign bastards, how long has this rape affected this girl?

    I would not have shed a single tear if this 16-year-old girl had been armed, and deprived Steubenville, OH, of a couple of degenerate football players in order to protect herself from a brutal gang rape.

    Lord forgive me, but I hope the wanna-be stand-up comedian narrating the video spends a nice, long time in gen pop somewhere, getting everything animals like him are subjected to.

    • lovemygirl says:

      I believe the ad was fake. It was put out by a progun group mocking antigunners on a fake antigun site. Theatre of the absurd was their point.

      Coalition for the removal of Assault Weapons (fake site)

    • michellc says:

      That was the most horrible thing, I couldn’t watch more than 30 seconds. I love my sons dearly, but I would disown them and throw them to the wolves if they were this boy, he’s no better than an animal.

      • canadacan says:

        I could feel the regurgitator Juice is rising in the back of my throat
        Unfortunately I have come acrossed a few times this kind of special man in the classrooms of high schools. specimen is a better word here.
        Ley de fuega would work well in this situation in my opinion.

    • LetJusticePrevail says:

      I can’t believe that any MAN would behave like this little puke does. When I was done with him, there wouldn’t be enough left over for the “gen pop” to do anything to. I just can’t fully express my anger after watching that video.

    • cajunkelly says:

      I just saw snippets of this video at another site. At one point they say “she’s deader than trayvon martin”. I just noticed there’s one black guy in this group.

      The black guy said it first, then the white “star” of this video repeated it.

      Every one of these (I’m at a loss for an adjective) need to be placed in front of a firing squad and let the victim have an AK with a drum clip.

      • cajunkelly says:

        oooops, make that drum *magazine*. Old habits die hard. Ex used to call ‘em clips, but these days the use of “clips” instead of “magazines” can get ya a bucket full of scorn.

        At the end of the day, the bullets would come out the end of the barrel headed in the direction of these sub-human spoiled BRATS just the same.

        I seriously don’t know what I’d do if any one of those involved in this was my son. Some really dark thoughts best not shared.

    • kathyca says:

      I could be wrong, but fwiw I don’t think the person in that video was directly involved in the rape. I think the room full of “boys” in the video are referring to a pic or video that they saw — I’m guessing on someone’s phone from a text or facebook. Unless you mean he should be in the gen pop for laughing about it (and then some). While his behavior is vile, I don’t think it’s a crime.

      • Chip Bennett says:

        If he was one of the ones recording video/images of the assault, and encouraging the sub-human animals who committed the assault, then I hold him at least partially responsible/liable.

        Do the statutes agree? I don’t know. If not, perhaps they should.

        • kathyca says:

          I tried to listen pretty carefully to what they were saying in the video and, at one point, there’s some talk about “going over there.” And the one you’re referring to says something to the effect of don’t bother, she’s dead. It seems they saw a pic or vid of her not reacting to a particular form of assualt — hence the “she’s dead” or she would have reacted. So I don’t think he was actually there or that he took a pic or video himself. Again, I could be wrong, and I’m certainly not defending him by a long shot (I can’t even imagine what I’d to him if that were my son, but it wouldn’t be pretty or short-term). But being accused of participating in a brutal rape and being guilty of being a POS who thinks it’s hilarious are still, in my mind, two different things. Now that I think of it, though, even viewing the images might be a crime if they show an actual sexual assualt of a minor.

    • tara says:

      We should be careful of what we say about this pussy boy. He might get upset, don some camo, and take his frustrations out on the nearest crowd of random strangers. Because that’s what pussy boys do when they come to the realization that they are pathetic pieces of sh*t.

  13. LetJusticePrevail says:

    OK, I NEED SOME ADVICE: My adult age daughter attends night school in a somewhat seedy part of town. (We live in a LARGE northeastern city which I prefer not to name). I am concerned about attacks on students, particularly females, that happen when they go to their cars. I am have a concealed weapons permit, and so does my son-in-law, but SHE refuses to get one, or to even consider owning a firearm for herself.

    NOW, I want to get her some other sort of non-lethal self defense weapon, but don’t know if she would be better off with some sort of pepper spray, or if a Taser type stun gun would be more effective. Does ANYONE have any first hand knowledge of these items, and will offer an INFORMED opinion?

    • WeeWeed says:

      I want to say pepper spray, but she’ll still need training (with the antidote handy.) Fox Labs sell a really good one, and recommend the cone pattern nozzle, but I imagine it still needs a little practice (antidote!) I got some from S. Claus this last Christmas but haven’t had a good enough weather day to mess with it, yet.

    • texan59 says:

      I read something the other day that mentioned getting bear repellent spray. Shoots farther and more potent than regular pepper spray. Fits nicely in a purse they say. /js

      • lovemygirl says:

        Very TRUE! far more effective.

      • LetJusticePrevail says:

        Yeah, I remembered seeing bear repellent on a recent wildlife show. I wonder if there are legal restrictions about using this on humans?

        • texan59 says:

          Check the laws for pepper spray. The bear spray is just a stronger version with more distance. If you know any police just ask them in passing. Didn’t think about something like the wasp spray.

      • sundance says:

        You don’t even need “bear” repellent. Wasp spray works well too…. Keep several cans in various places near doors. Seems innocuous unless you know what it’s there for.

        • ctdar says:

          Ohhhh I like that! Wasp spray goes a good distance so you can incapacitate the little monsters and at same time be able to safely run like hell

          • sundance says:

            Yep. Exactly. In bedside drawers is another good place, and throw a few in the toilet bowl tanks too… just…. in case

          • Sharon says:

            That is absolutely excellent about the wasp spray, and as SD says, they can sort of be stashed here and there about the house and yard. Our lovely little community is full of normal/boring people like ourselves, and deliberate intruders into the community perhaps in summertime or whatever might see opportunities for bad behavior, either physical attack or just bullying and taking stuff. But I’m thinking that some cans of wasp spray will be part of the patio ensemble next summer…as well as inside the house.. Although “inside the house” we lock doors behind us so instinctively as we’re moving in and out (even unloading groceries) that I have been known to lock DH in the garage as I come in with an armload and forget that he’s still doing the same thing.

        • thefirstab says:

          HAHA – just going to type that in… In our neck o’ the woods, when it’s not too hot, I have some in the car, too. :)

    • lovemygirl says:

      If bear spray is legal ;) I have training, I don’t know if she does or would take it. A tiny item that works is called a Kuboton. It is not a well known weapon so it isn’t usually considered a weapon under local laws.
      Best advice is teach her to walk with groups, don’t be afraid to call campus security for an escort. Keys spread between fingers and strike to the eyes and throat.

    • lovemygirl says:

      If you won’t mention the City, would you mention the State? I may have advice for MA or NY. I have a nieces in both and have done some checking.

      • LetJusticePrevail says:


        • sundance says:

          If she goes to Drexel, Temple, U of Pa, there are actual programs on campus for security. If she goes to Temple or U of Pa unfortunately she is inside a “gun free zone”, however the campus police force is more heavily armed than PPD. Especially Temple.

          We have peeps in each area, in the event you need – email us.

          • pbunyan says:

            We really shouldn’t use the mendacious term “gun free zone” as it is such an obvoius lie. Unless they build the “gun free zones” like prisions where they have total control of all entry points with extensive screening of everyone and everything who enters the zone (kinda like at airports,but even more extensive) then there is absolutely nothing that makes them “gun free zones”. Anyone can bring guns into them at any time.

            A more accurate term would be: extremely high likelihood of being full of defenseless victims zone.

    • michellc says:

      When my daughter was in school, I bought this pen light that fit on a keychain and had this little sharp icepick like piece of metal that you could push a button and it came out. Along with a small air horn and pepper spray that fit easily into her purse. I bought all of this at a surplus store. So I’m not sure where you can still get it at. You can also buy a pocket key chain knife that would do the same as the pen light.
      In addition she was taught by my BIL where all the pressure points or whatever they’re called are at and she had a lethal knee and back kick.

    • Sharon says:

      I have no direct knowledge or counsel re weapons, but I know this: whatever she ends up using (which could be her knee or her elbow or a sawed-off shotgun) if she’s using it because she got talked into it, it will not be effective. She has to be utterly comfortable with it herself, and be prepared for the decision that in a given situation she intends to injure someone, severely if necessary, in order to protect herself. If that element is not in place, it won’t matter what she’s armed with.

      I don’t know if that qualifies as an INFORMED opinion. But it’s my opinion. ;) Just sounds to me like you’re trying to talk her into something she doesn’t actually want to do.

      • michellc says:

        My daughter grew up with 2 brothers, so I think that helped her to know how to take care of herself. She never needed much pushing when it came to defending herself.

        My husband would always tell me not to worry about her, they’d figure out real fast they tangled with the wrong wild cat.

      • LetJusticePrevail says:

        Sharon, I think you made an EXCELLENT point. I know that she would never use a firearm because she has a moral objection to using deadly force, which is why I have proposed a non-lethal type defense system. She is healthy and exercises, but simply is NOT the type to take karate self defense courses.

        But, I don’t think she would have a problem using something non-lethal like a stun gun or pepper spray. I just don’t want to give her a piece of junk that will either be ineffective, or fail altogether when she really needs it.

    • ThatOldGuy says:

      I don’t have any first hand knowledge of either pepper spray or tasers (although, I’m fairly certain I was hit with tear gas once upon a time). I’ve never wielded either. There are videos on YouTube of people getting tased and people getting pepper sprayed. I’m going to attach a video of someone comparing a taser to pepper spray below (it’s funny, but it also makes some good points–win win).

      Something to consider with either choice is accuracy. She will have to be able to hit her assailant and hit her assailant in certain places in order for her strikes to be effective. She doesn’t necessarily need to maim her assailant, just incapacitate him such that she can get away.

      Tasers- the two types with which I am familiar are the type that you have to physically place on the target and the kind that sends the current through wires that attach to the assailant. I wouldn’t recommend getting her the kind that discharge via wire, as these are pretty much: aim, discharge, hit/miss, end. With these kinds, there is only one shot of getting the assailant. If the shot misses, the shot misses. Realistically, there’s no time to reload and fire again. On the other hand, the type that must be placed on the assailant offers multiple chances to strike the assailant, without the need to reload. Just hold down the trigger and get it somewhere sensitive. These latter types are more convenient in that they offer more chances to strike the assailant, but a detraction would be the need to get closer to the assailant than with the kind with the wires. Having either is better than having neither, but each comes with its faults.

      Pepper Spray- I’d personally favor this over a taser. One can use pepper spray at a fair distance from the assailant, because it’s a spray to which the mucus membranes are extremely sensitive, and it is very effective. Very little of it is needed to momentarily stun the assailant–whereby the user would have a larger window to spray at more effective areas: Getting hit with the spray in the eyes/nose/ mouth causes the eyes to shut, the nose to clog/run and the throat to contract. Very fit assailants can be incapacitated for at least 10-15 minutes with a good shot; this is just about when the assailant is capable of blindly stumbling and coughing his way to a sink (I would say “good luck” here, but, the hell with him; he’s an assailant!) to flush his eyes out. This makes for plenty of time to leave the area.

      I would certainly look more into both options and definitely find someone who has first hand knowledge of these matters; I don’t.

      So. Background on the video.

      His name is Adam Kokesh, and he lives with his girlfriend (now an ex-, I hear) in Washington, DC at the time of the video. Concerned for her safety, he found himself in a similar position with his girlfriend as you are to your niece (shady city, loved one regularly exposed to potential danger).

      Adam is an activist, independent reporter, and served as a Marine from 1999-2007 with a tour in Fallujah in 2004. His discharge (he’s very rebellious..) and other info. can be found on Wikipedia. He does independent journalism and has a podcast/show on YouTube called Adam Vs. The Man.

      Anyway, here’s the video,

      • LetJusticePrevail says:

        Thanks for the well thought out reply. The video was very helpful. I had already decided against the dart firing tasers for the very reasons mentioned by you, and in the video. Also, judging by the shorter effects of the taser, I think that Adam was right about making the pepper spray the first weapon of choice, and having the taser as a back up. I will probably get her both. Now all I have to do is make some selections about voltages and brands of sprays.

    • Chip Bennett says:

      I would probably recommend that, before ever bothering with any sort of weapon, your daughter take a good self-defense training course.

      Why does your son-in-law even let your daughter go to a seedy part of town, at night, alone, without being appropriately armed?

    • Amanda says:

      Get her a can of wasp spray, it can shoot 30 feet which is much further than mace or a tazer and has the same effect as the pepper spray.

  14. janc1955 says:

    I think they’re denying the ad is theirs:

    Brady Campaign ‏@bradybuzz

    A highly offensive ad bearing our logo has appeared online. We have no affiliation with it & are working hard to have it removed.


    • tara says:

      We’re aiming for a record this year!

      I heard that the store owner was running for his life. How different things might have been if he were armed. :(

  15. TFred says:

    The Brady Bunch’s FB page is denying this is their graphic. We don’t need to make up disgusting stuff like this for them to say, this only helps them among the fence-sitters. We will prevail on the merits of the debate, no need, and it hurts our side when we promote this kind of thing.

    • sundance says:

      How is this not representative of their position? I think many of you are losing the big picture of this. REgardless of whether or not this is “officially theirs”, or a “parody of their opinion”, is moot…. the opinion is theirs.

      Just because someone has done an exceptional job of outlining their ideology with this graphic, does not diminish the value to the debate. The graphic is only representing the position of those who want gun bans.

      A woman can be raped in 30 seconds. Factual.
      Murder lasts forever. Factual.
      Guns are not the answer – is a FACTUALLY accurate claim by those who want restrictions on ownership or gun bans, or gun free zones.

      You are getting lost in the weeds.

      I’d be happy to debate a Brady Bill Supporter on this issue. Period. AND I seriously commend whoever created this graphic. It is brilliant.

  16. BertDilbert says:

    I am going to guess that a rape lasts forever… A 30 second rape? So the rapist instead of killing you with a gun kills you with a lamp cord? If a rapist wants to kill you, he is going to kill you whether he has a gun or not. If a rapist does not have a gun, it does not make the woman one ounce safer. It is only safer if she happens to have access to a gun.

  17. Sentenza says:

    Irregardless of whether or not they created this graphic, it is the ultimate truth of their position.

    It might be a despicable ad, but so is their position, and the position of gun banners that a woman raped, or raped and murdered is morally superior to a woman whose would be rapist is lying dead at her feet with a sucking chest wound.

  18. Sentenza says:

    The thing about progressives is that when you point out the ultimate implications of their ideals, they don’t mean it like that, and of course they don’t want to do it that way.

  19. lovemygirl says:

    Fine SD. I missed where the Brady campaign actually used it for a bit and don’t doubt they did anymore. I knew what you meant when you stated it “represents their mindset”, and it does!

    Can you help with the IL law they are introducing for a vote during the lame duck session tomorrow? I’ve been on the phone, writing etc. as fast as I can.

    The Gun Rights battle starts tomorrow in Springfield, IL

    To reach the main line for the Illinois General Assembly, please call 217.782.2000.


  20. howie says:

    Well I am thinking we are now the minority. Maybe using the civil rights act of 1964 against them would work. They can no longer claim victimhood because we are now the victims. I wonder? We are the oppressed and they are the oppressors.

  21. lovemygirl says:

    Dang, almost connected with the creator of the “graphic”. I’ll try and track them down again. It may be a she ;)

  22. lovemygirl says:

    Florida police are disposing of several hand grenades found in a Disney World trashcan Wednesday.
    Turns out, no problem, hollowed out. I’m guessing another fear tactic.

  23. lovemygirl says:

    I ran across something silly but worthwhile. A lady that goes around to VA hospitals honoring the Pin-Up girls meeting wounded Vets giving them calendars. They appreciate it and it is ’40s sexy.


  24. MuayTyson says:

    Two thoughts:
    #1. In regards to the ad real or not. Many rapists have HIV or Hep it will kill you very slowly. Rape need not be physically violent(above and beyond the rape itself) to kill. Also the psychological trauma can greatly increase suicide.

    #2. To LJP, the number one rule of self defense is avoidence and awareness. Please have her contact campus security to escort her to her car. If she is embarassed to do this she can make an informal group to walk each other to their cars and/or make sure that they car pool. Groups are a better deterence than anything else. Chem sprays, Tasers,and all the other physical devices are great but they do not deter an attack they are for use after an attack has occured. In my opinion this is to late.

  25. Rand says:

    I was looking online yesterday hoping to find Mossberg 500 or 590 home defense 12 guage. All online sellers appear to be out of stock. Waited to long.

  26. thefirstab says:

    I am in agreement with SD on this graphic – brilliant, back-atcha for those with grey matter.
    The compelling statement for me was “A Rape Can Last 30 Seconds”… seriously?? How many rapes have you heard reported that were under 30 seconds, like that’s the high mark? Most I have heard of recently were for HOURS…like that poor girl on Christmas driven around town while being gang-raped, or in India while they beat her companion. She later died of massive internal trauma.
    HOURS – seriously?? Isn’t it much more humane to be proactive and end it quickly with one killshot? Sheeesh.

  27. brocahontas says:

    Attacking violence in movies, the media and music is a good approach…seems to have a lot of traction. The guy in Aurora actually made himself look like the Joker. Rappers are shooting each other. Newtown did play many violent video games…

  28. Pingback: Stun Gun Or Pepper Spray | Personal Protection

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s