Thursday, August 13, 2009

So, the gun guy in New Hamster...

I literally could not believe the attack of the vapors that the talking heads in this video clip got over the wookie-suiter with the Smitty the other day.



"I can not imagine that there aren't enough lawyers in New Hampshire that can't file some kind of emergency injunction..."

An emergency injunction? Against what, you bedwetting loser? The guy was just standing there minding his own beeswax, which is, granted, a foreign concept to you, but trust me, that's all he was doing.

To hear you people carp and bleat, you'd think the guy was standing there with a nuclear-tipped surface-to-air missile launcher or a pack of rabid cyborg velociraptors with laser beams for eyes, not a budget model 9mm pistol in a gun show commando holster. The President wasn't going to be coming within 100 yards of this guy, and that in a limo armored against rocket-propelled grenade fire. For Vishnu's sake, Barry was in more danger from birdstrikes on Air Force One than he was from this cat's pistol.

(H/T to PDB.)

38 comments:

Anonymous said...

The only thing that was endangered by a wookie suiter was a stash of weed (and a bag of Cheetos).

Registration? In New Hampshire? I'll have to bring this up with the wookie suiters out there when they babble on about how free they are. *snicker*

Why is the media so concerned about wookie suiter violence? 1. These people can't even leave their mom's basement, 2. all violence against Presidents has been committed by Leftists.

Shootin' Buddy

the pawnbroker said...

you missed the best part; the interview with the toter himself.

http://poetnthepawnbroker.blogspot.com/2009/08/chris-matthews-hyperventilates.html

wookie suit or not, anybody that can calmly stand there and chat while chris matthews spittles all over himself is my kind of yankee.

jtc

wv: synarqk...haven't seen it spelled that way before, but you got the right place!

Anonymous said...

You forget that the guy was also armed with brass cohones big enough to openly carry at a political rally.

Tam said...

So? He's carrying a gun someplace it was legal to carry a gun. What's the big deal?

Joanna said...

But-but-but-but guns are eeeeeeeevil! *high-pitched, effeminate screaming*

Eventually, it all comes down to "Mommy, make the bad man go away!"

Anonymous said...

They were crapping their pants this morning about this on Crooked News Network. Something about "I can't believe that it was legal for him to just carry a gun in the open like it's the wild west."

Mind you, my whole reaction is "so what, it's not like he was SHOOTING PEOPLE".

-Caleb

Ken said...

To hear you people carp and bleat, you'd think the guy was standing there with a nuclear-tipped surface-to-air missile launcher or a pack of rabid cyborg velociraptors with laser beams for eyes....

He damn well better not have. The distribution agreement I have with Villain Supply states clearly that I have the exclusive North American franchise for those items.

Weer'd Beard said...

I love how they talk about an emergency injunction to limit protected civil rights in the same breath as talking about the Presidential approval ratings taking a shit. Not even a wiff of Irony there!

Also I liked the "And one man with a gun..." bit. Just one? These goons haven't been to New Hampshire before, have they?

Tam said...

He was surrounded by people carrying Gadsden flags. If his was the only heater present, I'll eat my hat.

cj said...

Soo...not knowing the concealed carry laws there...I wonder if they ever considered how many people were carrying guns they COULDN'T see (other than the Secret Service).

See what the percentage of the population has CCW permits, figure that into the crowd size, tell them how many are likely carrying concealed, and watch their faces blanch...

theirritablearchitect said...

Attorneys.

That's always the first thing the bed-wetting leftists turn to when they see things not going their way.

Throw a high-priced lawyer at "the problem," and see if we can make it go away.

Standard response for the loser class.

Cargosquid said...

The best part? Over at Matthew's site, he had an opinion thread," What do you think of Kostric's carrying a gun at a protest?

Most of the comments put Kostric as the calm, mature person and Matthews as a "deuchebag" as one put it.

Most supported Kostric.

Sucks to be Chris Matthews.

Lorimor said...

HA! Chris Matthews, what a twerp.


Anyway, this "gun" thing has to be nipped in the bud! He's obviously not an "only one!"

Armed Texan said...

So you admit there was a reason to panic!

a budget model 9mm pistol in a gun show commando holster

There is no better proof that someone has criminal intent than attending a gun show. ;)

Anonymous said...

Hunh! The talking heads get so excited about taking away guns (2nd Amendment) because those mean evil nasty un-trained guns MIGHT JUMP UP ALL BY THEMSELVES AND HURT PEOPLE!!

Now, let's substitute "free speech" (1st Amendment) in that same conversation, for the same reason (because it might hurt people) & see what kind of PSH they would get into.

B Woodman
III
"Arguing with the infantry is like mud wrestling with a pig. You both get dirty, but the pig loves it."

aczarnowski said...

I've got a non-resident New Hampshire carry permit; it's a no brainer application to pick up extra reciprocity. Maybe I should move paying a visit up my todo list.

Kristopher said...

I think appearing on Matthew's PSH show was an error. Although he did carry himself well despite ex-DC cop Matthew's attempts to smear him on air.

That is my only criticism for the man's actions.

I wouldn't have talked to that bum.

randy said...

Throw a high-priced lawyer at "the problem," and see if we can make it go away.

Well, if the problem is an infestation of rabid cyborg velociraptors with laser beams for eyes, then I'm all for throwing high-priced lawyers at them.

ravenshrike said...

I like how the msnbc talking head calls the president historic, and then skips around the fact that he's only historic because he's black.

Steve Skubinna said...

You can get holsters through that gun show loophole thingy now, too?

Kewl.

Ken said...

Randy, cyborg velociraptors have to be autoclaved after you throw the lawyers at them. Unfortunately, this will void your warranty (see, right there, in the 2-point type).

Kristopher said...

After you throw the lawyers at the velociraptors, you would, after a short feeding break, have rabid velociraptors to deal with.

Bad move, that.

trainer said...

Don't know about this one.

If you or I carried a hand letter'd sign spelling out:

DEATH TO THAT GUY OVER THERE!!!

...a hundred yards from m'Bonga, we'd be in jail in a NY second and sit there for a week.

He gets on the Crissie show within hours? Hmmmmm.

Jason Cato said...

I hate that they ignore the hundreds of armed government agents swarming the rally. What if some nut overpowered one of them and took his gun?

Joanna said...

Jason Cato: But that could never happen! Criminals only take your gun and use it on you if you're a woman trying to defend herself from a rape/home invasion. Didn't you know that?

perlhaqr said...

He damn well better not have. The distribution agreement I have with Villain Supply states clearly that I have the exclusive North American franchise for those items.

And I have always honored that agreement! If he had cyborg velociraptors, they were inferior black-market models, smuggled in from Canada. We need to secure that border!

Anonymous said...

The next "emergency injunction" Ms. Matthews and company will be crying for will be an injunction against independent camcorders and camera phones to halt this irresponsible expose' of the way MSNBC and CNN are slanting their stories. After all, if people keep posting independent views of what's happening the populace won't know which "truth" to believe.

ajdshootist said...

You want to see the way all the pant wetting press over in the UK are reacting panicing for Dear Leader remember his aim is to turn the USA into the U.S.S.A much the same as Blair & Brown have done with the
U.S.S.U.K.

Noah D said...

Randy, cyborg velociraptors

Now those are the really scary ones...

Ken said...

Hey, now! We fixed those in the last recall. Anyway, hardly anyone died.

Anonymous said...

He has something much more dangerous to Obama than that sidearm. The freedom to vote.

Steve said...

So now the world has seen one of our local critters, the free stater. One can observe them from time to time in their native habitat open carrying, trying to get on a plane without ID and even giving manicures on the steps of the state house without a beautician's license.

Open carry is the law here and until you grab your heater and start waving it around, you're not "brandishing." OC is how one has to carry if they don't have a license to carry pistol or revolver on their person.

If mr. tingly leg even suspected how many people carry concealed in this part of the world, I think that feeling would quickly turn into a brown viscous flow.

JustinGA said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0Tas00WZ0Q

An interview with a local indy-media producer Dave Ridley featuring William Kostric.

ZerCool said...

Hum. I OC'd while I was visiting up there since I didn't want to cough up the c-note to get a non-resident CC permit. Admittedly, it felt kind of weird at first, but most new things do. I'm used to the confines of NY, where the only time I can OC my pistol is when I've already got a deer gun slung over my shoulder.

Lame. Panic and hysteria.

wrenchspnr said...

For all of you out there not familiar with the Granite State, we do not have registration for our guns and a CCW pemit is a shall issue requirement, no finger prints or photos needed
I carry concealed daily just to keep my piece clean( Im a heavy equipment mechanic.) it keeps the mud and grease out of the action.
and around hunting season you can find rifles in our cars and trucks pretty regular like and the cops usualy could give a crap unless they are new to the State of live free or die, death is not the worst of evils, Gen John Stark

TOTWTYTR said...

ZerCool, you are misinformed. A non resident NH concealed carry permit is $20.00 per four years. I think that the only catch is that you have to be licensed in your home state.

MA, OTOH, charges $100.00 per annum for a non resident permit.

Thomas said...

TOTWTYTR: http://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/nhsp/ssb/permitslicensing/documents/dssp260.pdf

It was recently changed to $100 for 4 years.

Windy Wilson said...

Anonymous at 11:02 am Aug 13. Your point is spot on, but actually it depends on which side of the first amendment dispute the leftists find themselves. Irony is an unknown concept to them, as it was entirely appropriate to call the lightbringer's predecessor Bushitler, and even publish a Joker picture in Vanity Fair (which got a wider publication than the Obama Joker has not counting the Internet commenters), and all that is appropriate dissent and political speech. ONE picture of the current president as the Joker, with Socialism written under his face, and that is beyond the pale!
Sorry guys, Reread Tinker, that is most definitely protected political speech.
And the Leftists have no fear of changing the law so that some future Bush can do what Obama wishes the law were now.