Sunday, March 11, 2012
The Bill Of Rights Is What I Say It Is
Rick Santorum is upset about violations of the First Amendment, 'cept when a black man uses the same tool everybody else does:
"See, I always believed that when you run for president of the United States, it should be illegal to read off a teleprompter," Santorum said at a Gulfport restaurant. "Because all you're doing is reading someone else's words to people."
And, of course, the Right hates mandates whilst loving corporate and property rights, but heaven forfend a private business not allow guns on its property:
National Rifle Association chief lobbyist, Townhall.com columnist, and Daily Caller contributor Chris Cox is currently pushing for Tennessee state legislation that would prevent employers from banning their employees from storing guns in their vehicles in company parking lots while opposing any compromise that would allow employer exemptions for special circumstances. Tennessee business leaders and law enforcement groups oppose the legislation.
But we all can agree that quartering soldiers is wrong, right?
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Teleprompters, huh? Maybe anyone who insists that his own personal religious belief should be the law of the land be barred from public office...
Oh, and this NRA member thinks that if you need to have your penile prosthetic in your car at work, then... Words fail.
Posted by: minusp | Mar 11, 2012 11:50:13 PM
This NRA member wonders how storing your gun in the parking lot is going to make you safer. It's gotta be a penis thing.
Posted by: NTodd Pritsky | Mar 11, 2012 11:58:58 PM
Okay, google-kidz, time to find out where Santorum lifted that "it should be illegal to read off a teleprompter" thing.
Because Lil' Ricky is just too dim to come up with that one on his own: all he's doing is reading someone elses words.
Posted by: Snarki, child of Loki | Mar 12, 2012 10:04:31 AM
Thanks for the post about Santorum and the NRA.
Posted by: Mikeb302000 | Mar 14, 2012 8:47:45 AM