April 6, 2009 by billie789
This from Crooks & Liars this morning on the idiot who shot and killed three police officers in Pennsylvania Saturday. He was armed to the teeth and full of fear about our new President wanting to take away his guns.
“Richard Andrew “Pop” Poplawski’s ex-girlfriend said he dragged her by the hair and threatened to shoot her.
He slept with a gun under his pillow in a basement room filled with firearms and ammunition, convinced that Jews controlled the media and President Obama was scheming to take away his arsenal, friends and relatives said, Saturday.
It appears that what police may be looking at is a budding white supremacist who frequented one of the most popular neo-Nazi websites and harbored an apocalyptic dread of the federal government.
An “apocalyptic dread of the federal goverment?” It would seem that this hairless monkey became a self-fulfilling prophecy. No one apparently gave a shit about this descpicable human being, so he made sure that he got the attention he so deeply craved.
And he was spouting the same nonsense about fearing the government, having his guns taken away, etc., that we hear about everything related to government action these days. Again. Seems to be a repeating cycle of fear about gun rights.
This is a case where “jack-booted thugs,”as the NRA likes to call our federal enforcement agents, should have come to this idiot’s front door and taken away his precious fucking guns!
On a consumer note about the availability of weapons that anyone can purchase, ABC News ran a story this monring about how one of their producers was given a handul of cash and sent into a gun show to purchase a weapon. He didn’t even make it to the front doors of the building because people were out in the parking lot “scalping” guns. He purchased a Glock 9mm, with fully loaded magazines (multiples) for $450, no questions asked.
Gun control? Naw, it’s our birthright to shoot the fucking country and its occupants full of holes.
On a consumer note, ABC reported today that 32 people are murdered everyday with guns.
If 32 people died on just one day due to a problem with peanuts or pistachios, there would be wide-scale outrage, product removed from store shelves, manufacturers shut down and investigated and wide-scale media coverage /hysteria 24/7.