Literally the “woke kindergartner” syndrome
The First Amendment is for everyone, even on social media.
“Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, a Democrat, stretched out on the sidewalk as part of a ‘lie-in’ with students…”
Tricky legal question
No need for new gun regulations because free market works.
“Our decision was not made for economic gain and our values are not for sale.”
“We may never disclose the video…”
“March For Our Lives organizers were planning their rally away from federal land…”
“This killer was a well-known danger … People saw something. And people said something.”
“Many ideas, some good & some not so good …”
“…the President does want to raise the purchasing age of certain firearms to 21 years old.”
How did we not think of this in the 70s?
“2018 is going to be the first year in which this issue is a true liability to Republicans…”
“We felt we needed to do something.”
“…they’re even more incompetent than we thought”
“Five arrests were made, including charges of battery on an officer…”
Banning all semi-automatics with detachable magazines?
“…gained support over the weekend”
“I will kill any tax legislation that benefits @Delta unless the company changes its position…”
Somebody doctored an email… but who?
Define “semi-automatic rifle.”
“Change is coming and it will come fast.”
Triumph, take two.
“How do you keep from having a conversation about sensible changes be turned into ‘They want to take your guns away’?”
“He has put the gun to others heads in the past.”
“That’s why he cannot meet with those kids right now.”
“We have to do something. We’ve got kids dying.”
“…ideas come forward and get debated.”
The Second Amendment still a second class amendment
“You’re either with us or against us.”
“We had this monster living under our roof and we didn’t know.”
“Hey, Chuck! Hey, Chuck! Let me tell you something…”
But in what form?
“Would you feel as though your Second Amendment rights would be eroded because you couldn’t buy a god-darned AR-15?”
“Everytown has long inflated its total by including incidents of gunfire that are not really school shootings.”
Congress off the hook?
Individual choice vs. collective nonsense.