Thursday, June 23, 2016

6.23.16 Bee-otches of the Day: The Republican Party

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Name: The Republican Party
Age: 162
Occupation: right-winged schmucks
Last Seen: Washington, DC
Bee-otched For: causing people to sit
As I'm typing this on a muggy Wednesday night here in Grand Rapids, things are heating up in Washington, DC.

A group of Democrats are holding a sit-in at the House of Representatives to force a vote on gun control. The idea for the sit-in came from Georgia Congressman John Lewis who got the idea from the sit-ins he was involved in as a Civil Rights activist in the 1960s. Now, he and others in the House are now pressuring the Republicans to create a bill that would further limit the sale of assault weapons in wake of the tragedy in Orlando, FL that has taken 50 lives and wounded 53 others.

Since Obama took office in 2009, there have been way too many shootings and mass murders, such as the one at Sandy Hook. It didn't help matters when in 2014, both the House and Senate were taken over by the Repukes, mainly those funded by pro-gun groups like the NRA.

Look, I'll betcha that most of the schmucks who want lighter gun registration will cry that the Orlando massacre would have ended much faster if somebody themselves had an open carry permit in the bar. OK, so should we ALL own a gun in case we're confronted with a mad gunman?

Like I keep saying, it's on us. If you call yourself a Democrat and you didn't vote in the 2014 elections, FUCK YOU. YOU'RE PART OF THE REASON THIS HAPPENED BECAUSE YOU ALLOWED PRO-GUN REPUKES TO TAKE CONTROL DESPITE A 10% APPROVAL RATING.

I applaud this sit-in since I hope it will cause the Repukes' hearts to grow two times too big like the Grinch's. But as long as the NRA keeps filling their pockets, I doubt it.

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