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Only in Josh Horwitz’s World …

… would an ad that explicitly mocks and cheapens the “insurrectionists” among us, and encouraging people to change things through the ballot box, be taken that NRA “now appears to find its advocacy for insurrectionism humorous.” But that’s just how Josh Horwitz is trying to spin it. If the Bradys are good at polishing turds (a high art, it would seem), Horwitz is talented at knocking over the lego set and storming off to tell mom.

He then goes on to list the ways that Norris buys into the “insurrectionist theory” of the Second Amendment. Truth is, I think most people believe in an insurrectionist theory at some point. The question is where you think that point is. If Horwitz would seriously be the kind of guy that would have sat idly by and let the SS haul off his neighbors in cattle cars, I have to question his dedication to humanity. It’s perfectly fine to argue that there are many who draw the line too soon. It’s quite another thing to argue there’s no line to be found at all.

4 Responses to “Only in Josh Horwitz’s World …”

  1. Mike w. says:

    Yes, but to acknowledge that there is such a point would also mean that there is a civilian utility to gun ownership.

    Horwitz can’t admit that.

  2. Stephen says:

    Nicely put. Thanks!

    Josh’s obsession with keeping the citizenry unempowered and equating crazy guys who shoot up city council meetings with the founding father’s is disgusting..

  3. Horwitz would seriously be the kind of guy that would have sat idly by and let the SS haul off his neighbors in cattle cars, I have to question his dedication to humanity.

    Well, at least one of Horwitz’s fellow genocide-enablers at the CSGV (Ladd Everitt) is an indefatigable advocate of the government having a “monopoly on force.” I don’t know why he’d be any different.

  4. I have always pegged most of the anti-gun elite as being the types who wouldn’t NOTICE the government hauling his neighbors off in cattle cars. Well… as long as that government is a progressive one. If the (so called) conservatives (read republicans) were the ones in power at the time, they might notice, but it depends upon if said neighbors agreed with them weather they would ignore it or just whine and snivel a lot.

    The differance between “them” and “us” is in the response. I believe if one of us saw the gov hauling off our neighbors in cattle cars (as in genocide), It wouldn’t matter to us what the govs politics or the neighbors politics. We would do what we could.

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