Monday, August 7, 2017

Dana Loesch from the NRA Still Refuses to Show Us

The Guardian:  'We're coming for you': NRA attacks New York Times in provocative video

Finger-pointin' mama
don't you do me that way
I've got such wicked ideas
and hoped you could play
but I see you're just Delilah
whose message is your glitz
so I have just one question,
"Will you show me your tits?"

- Colonel Arbuthnot Jones

The largest gun lobby in the US has said in a video ad it is “coming for” the New York Times.

National Rifle Association (NRA) spokesperson Dana Loesch, a prominent conservative media personality, attacked the newspaper in the video and called it an “untrustworthy, dishonest rag”.

In response to claims that the ad was a call to arms and a threat against the safety of Times reporters, Loesch said anyone who interpreted the video that way was projecting “their violent fantasies on to others”.

- Guardian

She's married so she's probably not getting that much sex.  If anyone is pushing a violent fantasy, it's ducks.

Booboo:  does she make noise when she has sex?

I don't know, Booboo, but I just said she's probably not getting that much so she probably isn't making any noise anyway.

Annie Oakley:  why must you objectify women?

Not all women, Annie, but definitely this one.  She came into the scene packing a military rifle so what else would you do with her.

Annie Oakley:  I can't shoot her for making women look cheap?

No, Annie, but you can tell a cop she said Allahu Akbar to you.  They still won't let you shoot her but you will get to watch them do it and they're cool to watch since they will fill her with so much lead it's like they're auditioning for a Dirty Harry movie.

Annie Oakley:  ok then how about the bear?

No, no, don't shoot the bear.  Please don't shoot the bear.

Annie Oakley:  I want to shoot the bear

Well, Annie, there are some important things to know about bears.

Annie Oakley:  like what?

Zen Yogi:  hello everybody.  I'm hungry.  Is there anything to eat like fried chicken, psychotic cowgirls, or something?

See, Annie, the little bears usually have big bear buddies.  If you don't see the big bear buddy then you are probably supper.

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