Next time you consider taking the Village Voice the least bit seriously, consider how this guy managed to misread my post yesterday.
You see, Professional Journalist Roy Edroso actually thinks the restricted gun course I took Sunday and signed up for months ago was somehow timed to coincide with the Heller decision of the US Supreme Court.
Which is a bizarre, paranoid and utterly pointless thing to think under any circumstances, but dude:
I don’t even live in your country (sheesh, those geographically ignorant and arrogant Americans, huh?) Did you know that US Supreme Court Decisions don’t apply to the citizens of other nations?
Hey, so what? Edroso’s gotta a Michael Moore-like point to make (although I’m not sure what it is except “Guns R 4 Haters and Uppity Wymin” or something.)
The most amusing part of this article, as it is with so much modern leftist ranting, is their weird notion that merely quoting mundane, commonsensical comments they disapprove of constitutes an actual argument.
Were Mr. Edroso an honest, mature man, he’d admit that he wouldn’t like his kids (assuming he has ’em) “growing up to think” that public displays of homosexuality were “normal”, either. (And of course, they can’t ever be “normal” because, at 1% of the population, homosexuality is not the “norm”, but why let silly things like word definitions screw up your precious worldview?)
It is defacto absurd and laughable to Edroso that “the Gospel needs to go into” a particular country. He finds this comment particularly disgraceful, again, without explaining exactly why:
“Instead of whining about guns, why not launch a program to encourage young black men to stay home with their children and to marry the mothers of those children so that those same kids won’t end up in gangs?”
I’m with you, Edroso! Let’s keep young blacks illiterate, violent and irresponsible for a fifth or six generation, squeezing out babies in those Democratically-run voting plantations you’ve condemned them to die in!
As long as you don’t have to live there, eh?