The Dumbest Anti-Gun Outrage EVER!
There are dumb complaints from the anti-gun crowd, there are some really dumb complaints from the anti-gun crowd... and then there's this complaint from Rita Richardson.
She was going through her Sunday morning circulars, and spotted something on sale at JC Penny that outrageously outraged her. In outrageous fashion, mind you. She was so offended, she contacted the press (well, one does)...
"I just thought it was sad that a major retailers like JC Penny would want its brand associated with something that advocates, glorifies gun violence," Richardson explained.
Richardson says she is a loyal JC Penny shopper adding, "That's why I read their ad and look for sales, but they could just give this some more attention."
Well I would hope they would take it off the shelves, immediately." But also says she understands young people use their clothing to express themselves, their values, but hopes if the store keeps the shirt, people will choose to wear something else.
The t-shirt in question? Seen on the right.
When you're done laughing, some points to ponder:
A) It has nothing to do with guns. Clearly. She doesn't care anyway.
B) She calls "JC Penney" a mom and pop store. Not that it's relavent to the national firearm discussion, just pointing out that Rita is an insane person.
C) She wants it off the shelves. Even though she doesn't get the joke. I'm pretty sure she was notified of the joke, still didn't get it and decided that in order to save face, she wants it off the shelf anyway. I don't know because again, this is an insane person.
Have you lost your mind yet? No? Then check out this local news clip and hear from crazy Rita herself.
There was a time in this country where, if you didn't like a gag-gift... you didn't buy it. There's a novel idea! Today, leftists feel the need to contact the press, complain about a joke that they don't get, claim to be offended and then demand that nobody else be able to buy it.
Ok, go back to laughing.