It’s the new Operation Choke Point
“I want to be at least part of the change in Congress.”
Hitting the road to register voters and push gun control.
“In a serious political game of chicken, Publix blinked.’’
“…not giving them any attention will do more to stop school shootings than any gun control measure ever will.”
“They have done everything they can to perpetuate the culture of violence that we have in our country…”
Silencing the masses?
It’s not a gun-free zone if the Secret Service is in charge.
And that would be … why, exactly?
“If I made him uncomfortable at his house, too bad, he deserves it.”
There’s a hashtag for that.
“Any student should be proud of a 4.2 GPA.”
“Marco Rubio’s still supported by the NRA.”
Two wrongs don’t make a right.
“Our decision was not made for economic gain and our values are not for sale.”
“Some would be muttering about secession.”
“Many ideas, some good & some not so good …”
“…the President does want to raise the purchasing age of certain firearms to 21 years old.”
“I don’t want mentally ill people to be having guns.”
“I will kill any tax legislation that benefits @Delta unless the company changes its position…”
In without being in
Only if you think doing nothing while kids are shot makes him a “good guy.”
Gutless corporate sheeple
“…not one of them had gone into the school.”
“Gun advocates, the NRA will seize upon that as evidence there’s a slippery slope.”
“What do you mean take the NRA out?”
“We have to do something. We’ve got kids dying.”
But in what form?
“The guns are too ubiquitous.”
Explosive, or a dud?
“Willeford, a certified shooting instructor, grabbed his own rifle and raced out of his house barefoot.”
Slippery slope, or hill?
“The case for the policies I’d lobbied for crumbled when I examined the evidence.”