I’m a Man, Yes I Am
Here’s what happened when the Arlington, TX Low-T Support Group got wind that the Arlington chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America [which consists of four gun-grabbing “moms”] were “meeting” at the Blue Mesa Grill in a local shopping center, on Saturday . . .
Characterizing the lunch date as an “Anti-Gun Rally,” the local heroes of Open Carry Texas arrived on the scene “locked and loaded,” determined to turn their devotion to their 2nd Amendment rights into an awe-inspiring flash mob that would teach those subversive Moms a lesson.
So it is that 40 or so bored, mental midgets assembled outside the door of the Blue Mesa Grill to mug for the camera, compare magazine sizes, man-scratch, spit and scare the piss out of weekend shoppers because that’s what degenerate bullies do for entertainment.
Now, for my money, being a mom who advocates for gun control in the Dallas suburbs takes about the same kind of grit that early missionaries to head-hunting tribes in Borneo demonstrated. And, fortunately, the grownups inside the restaurant kept a lid on things by laying low and outlasting the Wee Winkie Parade, as Juanita Jean dubbed it. A spokeswoman for the Blue Mesa Grill reported that the manager did not want to call 911 “for fear of inciting a riot.”
For their part, the hostage moms later released a statement saying that their first clue that their presence was a problem was when they noticed that a group had “pulled up in the parking lot and start[ed] getting guns out of their trunks” and that the restaurant patrons were “terrified by what appeared to be an armed ambush.”
The stand-off lasted for about two hours until one of the Open Carriers noticed that there was a Hooters restaurant on the other side of the parking lot, whereupon they put away their toys and shuffled off for a few beers and to reminisce over how totally awesome it was that they ruined the Moms’ lunch.
The very, very, very tastiest tidbit of this story, though, that I’ve saved up for now??
Texas is one of six states that prohibits open carry of firearms.
So. I have to assume that the moral of this story is:
. . . it’s OK to break the law to express your 2nd Amendment rights.
Or, maybe, it’s:
. . . if you’re too stupid to know the gun laws in your state you probably shouldn’t have one.
. . . at least Texas legislators know a really bad idea when they see one.
. . . it’s a good thing nobody knows how utterly idiotic he looks when he’s waving his junk around. Could result in serious self-esteem issues.
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