POSTED: Thursday, March 21, 2013 - 7:15pm
UPDATED: Sunday, March 24, 2013 - 3:06pm
Tyler, TX (KETK) — If you live in New York state, you soon may not me able to bring your grandchildren to the gun show.
A political paper in New York state reports a new bill, just introduced to the assembly, would not allow children younger than 12 to
enter a gun show in New York state.
The politician who introduced the bill comes from that trackless and hunter's paradise known as Manhattan. Her name is Linda Rosenthal.
She says, "Children should be learning to read and write, not to shoot a firearm. Today in New York State, however, a child of any age can gain unfettered access to gun shows. We as a society have placed reasonable restrictions on the ages at which children may watch violent films."
Capitol Confidential writes, "Clearly, Rosenthal does not have premium cable or play video games that involve hyper-real gunplay; however, there are no age limits on gun shows. My bill will change that."
She is delusional.
Anyone see what the latest was with that Adam Lanza creep who killed all those little kids in Connecticut? He had the entire thing planned out like a video game. The reason he killed himself in the end was he'd get more points for doing it himself than letting someone else kill him.
Are all games bad? No.
But, funny, every time something like this happens no one looks at the gaming industry and entertainment industry which are joined at the hip. Those people give too much campaign money to Democratic politicians.
That's my point of view, what's yours?