Feb
24
2016

Tweet of the Day, Dear Lord But I Somehow Knew This About Hillary Clinton edition.

To wit: she has never cracked the cover of the Constitution, apparently.

This elementary mistake was brought to you in the context of a discussion on the Second Amendment, of course. Because believing too strongly in gun control apparently causes neurological damage. Β And yes, I know that sounds harsh, but I keep seeing anecdotal evidence to support that…

Moe Lane

PS: For the benefit of anybody who might have wandered in here:Β ‘life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness’ is from the Declaration of Independence, not the Constitution. It’s certainly not a Constitutional amendment, like, say:Β A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

4 Comments

  • JAB says:

    Not to mention, the pursuit of happiness is essentially a positive right, and it’s a fairly important point that such things aren’t in the bill of rights. Also not to mention, does she still have a law license?

  • qixlqatl says:

    I think you are reversing cause and effect– that is to say, I would think belief in ‘gun control’ is a (100% predictive) symptom of neurological damage. I also think HRC is a textbook example.

  • nighttwister says:

    Didn’t we see her on one of those Jimmie Kimmel interview on the street segments?

  • Mikey NTH says:

    Yes, yes Mrs. Clinton. There is a constitutional right to a pursuit of happiness. And what makes me happy is my own theater-capable nuclear deterrent.
    .
    I am so glad you agree with me on this. I’ll move the lawn chairs over, just get that Pershing II in the backyard, next to the apple tree.
    .
    Let’s see, how to raise missile on launcher…targeting is through this access…launch sequence begins with…oops.
    .
    Fire Department is going to have some things to say about that…oh well, Columbus Ohio wasn’t of much use to any one anyway.

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