Afraid Of Their Own Shadows

All these hysterical Dems who think that CO2 or assault rifles are going to kill them.

They are more likely to get hit by lightning. Half of the country suffering a severe case of neurosis.

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4 Responses to Afraid Of Their Own Shadows

  1. kirkmyers says:

    Let’s face it: The educational system in America has done a superb job of creating a nation of gullible, semi-illiterate ignoramuses who are incapable of critical thinking. Our nation is now ripe for a totalitarian takeover by a rapacious, bloodthirsty psychopath. Oops, its already too late.

  2. miked1947 says:

    What we are experiencing is the result of our wonderful Education system. Skeeter was a product of that system!

  3. Gina says:

    In reality 29 people were killed by lightning in 2010. In the same year, 11,000 were murdered by guns. (That doesn’t include suicides or other shootings that weren’t ruled as murders.) And while handguns kill more people than rifles, I think it’s a safe bet that the number of people killed by rifles is greater than 29.

    • gator69 says:

      Gina, what have I told you? Steven said they are more likely to bet HIT by lightning…

      “According to the FBI’s 2010 Homicide Data, there were 358 people killed by rifles of any kind in 2010. FBI’s 2011 Homicide Data, there were 323 people killed by rifles of any kind in 2011. Note that this includes people shot by any sort of rifle, homicides by police, and self defense homicides.

      According the National Weather Service, approximately 400 people, on
      average (based on annual averages 2001-2010) are struck by lightning each year.”

      Try reading the post twice next time before you comment.

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