The Only One Professional Enough to Dangle a Participle

One of the great absurdities that people who support The Constitution, and by extension the 2nd Amendment, use to illustrate the absurdity of the anti-gun rights canards, is to change the wording of all their vitriolic assertions and substitute 1st Amendment tools for 2nd Amendment ones.

1)     The public should be allowed no more than one (1) opinion a month.
2)     All Word Processors should be registered.
3)     Only professionals should be allowed to own pen and paper.
4)     The Founding Fathers could never have envisioned the internet and the digital medium is much too powerful for civilians to own.

Well, it seems some of the same champions of Gun Control, the MSM, would be okay with that.  A better commentary on the 1st Amendment hypocrisy can be found here.

Just remember kids, it’s never about Guns or Words, it’s about Control.  They believe they are entitled to it and you can’t be allowed to exercise it.

Cross posted from and written by LAB.   H/T to Phlegmmy

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