Hillary Clinton pushes gun control, Obamacare – Katie Glueck – POLITICO.com


Hillary Clinton pushes gun control, Obamacare – Katie Glueck – POLITICO.com.

“At the rate we’re going, we’re going to have so many people with guns everywhere, fully licensed, fully validated, in settings where [one] could be in a movie theater, and they don’t like someone chewing gum loudly or talking on their cell phone and decide they have the perfect right to defend themselves against the gum chewer or cell phone user by shooting.” – Hillary Clinton

The thing she forgets here is that only progressive elitists think they have a right to never be annoyed by someone. This is their logic. It’s is why there is ‘political correctness’, it’s why people think Cliven Bundy is a racist. Why you don’t no how to describe someone of a different nationality or race: If you say the wrong thing, or even the right thing the wrong way, people have a right to retribution for your misspeach.

Now, people have a right to be offended. Whether someone says something that offends them intentionally or unintentionally. But that’s it. It’s done. You don’t have a ‘right’ to have me not say something that you don’t like. Grown ups know that.

That is why the only person who would ever feel SO entitled, as if they have a right to never ‘hear someone chewing gum’ is a spoiled rotten elitist progressive like Mrs. Clinton. So you don’t really need to worry about a big shootout because of it.

By the way, you’ll notice that she makes no mention of The Constitution, which tells us that the only function the so called ‘federal government’ has in relation to firearms, is to ensure that they nor any of the states ‘infringe the right to keep and bear arms’.

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