Christmas Songs Played with Firearms? It's as Awesome as it Sounds...
The biggest point of contention this time of year isn't between Jesus and Santa Claus. It's not "Merry Christmas" vs "Happy Holidays." It has to do with Christmas songs. You either love or hate them. People will even fight over what greatest Christmas song is. Which we all know is "Fairytale of New York" by The Pogues.
But we can all agree, playing the tunes by shooting metal with guns is AWESOME!
If you're an oldhead like me, think of that Fisher Price xylophone you got as a kid. Now, toss out the mallet and add in steaming chunks of hot lead flying through the air at over 2,000 feet-per-second. You've got yourself a recipe for holiday epicness.
Yes! Them steels got their halls decked! Ham. Presents. Scores of 5.56 slamming into their targets and sounding out Christmas songs. Is there anything better than a Yuletide/2nd Amendment combo?
My favorite thing about this video? You have to assume this Christmas-themed AR musical performance started with someone saying "Hold my beer..." I'd bet there was someone smoking a brisket and some ribs off camera too. While tiny tots in elf costumes loaded up extra mags for the next song.
See, not only are guns the perfect tool for self-protection and food acquisition, they're also great for spreading Christmas cheer. You can bust a cap in a home invader's ass, then use your blaster to play "Silver Bells" for him while you wait for the po-po to arrive.
After watching this, how can anyone NOT want to buy themselves an AK-15 assault cannon with child-seeking missiles and a 30-magazine caliber clip? If anything this video further proves just how awesome guns are.
But, that won't stop leftists from trying to yank them out of our hands: