I don’t think that word means what you think it means


Protests across the country called for thousands to march, all to push for tougher legislation when it comes to buying a gun. With a simple post online, a crowd of concerned parents, grandparents and kids showed up Saturday morning to march at Sevier Park to push for changes in gun legislation.

This march is part of the non-partisan One Million Moms for Gun Control march in Washington, D.C.

I don’t know about you, but when a protest is highlighted by former democrat appointees and Commie Day protestors, “non-partisan” is the last thing that comes to mind.

2 comments to I don’t think that word means what you think it means

  • TriggerFinger

    “Non-partisan” is a meaningless magical invocation that Democrats use to avoid paying taxes.

  • I still do not understand why “non-partisan” and “bipartisan” and all the rest of those things are suddenly “good”. Our Founders were very concerned about the possibility of everyone (or, at least, ostensibly everyone) agreeing on something, and they tried to structure the government against that kind of thing happening.

    Hell, I get worried when both Republicans and Democrats think something is a good idea, as we all should be.

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