Thursday, May 27, 2010

Anti-Gun Bigot in the 1st State

Kavips, a local Delaware blogger, wrote an astonishingly ignorant and flatly despicable post regarding the Wilmington Housing Authority firearms ban. He wrote it back in March, but I never got around to fisking it and exposing his bigotry.

Make no mistake, I think folks who write the kind of tripe that Kavips did here should be loudly ridiculed and their bigotry and violent tendencies exposed. They should be ashamed of what they've written.

I meant to tear his post apart back in mid-March, but with family issues there were a lot of things I wanted to write about that fell by the way side. This was one of those things.

Expect a detailed fisking of Kavips bigotry this weekend. It's astonishing how much is wrong with what he says, especially if you delve into what he says in his comments.

I wonder what other rights Kavips thinks the government should be able to flatly deny to anyone living in public housing? Perhaps his contempt for the individual rights of our fellow Delawareans applies to more than just the 2nd Amendment?

H/T to Linoge


Anonymous said...

Bah. You just had to go and one up me ;).

Sabra said...

The man obviously has no grasp on several important concepts, not the least of which is that public housing is typically already filled with guns--only, right now illegal guns in the hands of thugs.

When I was a teenager, we lived across the street from public housing for a very short time, three weeks if I recall correctly. I don't think there was a single night I didn't go to sleep to the sound of gunfire. This is one reason I've always thought encouraging gun ownership among law-abiding citizens to be a no-brainer.

He might as well have just said he didn't want anyone gettin' uppity. (Maybe that's a southern phrase.)

The invitation of violence...I have no words.

Weer'd Beard said...

"He might as well have just said he didn't want anyone gettin' uppity. (Maybe that's a southern phrase.)"

Don't know the origins of the phrase, but it is most certainly a "Progressive" concept.