Virginian Delegate Responds to the Left's Ad Hominem Attacks on Pro-Gun Politicians
Leftists' debate tactics are the verbal equivalent of a monkey hurling his poop nuggets at a tourist. That truth is most apparent when the issue of bearing arms is at hand. Instead of putting forward fact-based arguments against boomsticks, leftists sling the vilest of ad hominem attacks in our general direction.
Well, this delegate from Virginia has had enough of the bullhickey. In response to being called a Nazi Segregationist, he decided to call out progressives over their own checkered past on respecting
The remarks came from Del. Nick Freitas, a Republican from Culpeper, who is running in Virginia's U.S. Senate election to unseat Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton's running mate in the 2016 presidential election.
His speech, which also included assertions of the Democratic Party's "sins," like support for segregation and World War II internment camps, led to several Democrats walking off the House floor. Following a brief recess, Del. Joseph Lindsey, a Democrat from Norfolk, said, “I have seen many of my colleagues emotionally shaken and bothered by either a lack of concern for facts or just simply playing to the cameras."
It would appear as though the triggering is approaching fatal levels.
This is the way things usually play out. We trot out the facts and stats. The left responds by accusing us of being sociopathic, Hitler-loving kiddie killers with micro-penises. Along with claiming the AR-15 shoots child-seeking missiles and can drop a 747 from 5 miles out. I have a sneaking suspicion the left is so light on facts, ad hominem is their only option.
Ad hominem attacks are a telltale sign of being a mental midget. Frankly, with as much historical baggage as they have, Democrats are the last people who should be pulling that card. I'm reminded of that old tale about rocks and glass houses. I guess the left never heard that one.
These personal attacks are getting old. We're still waiting for gun control activists to start debating the issue of guns, instead of rapid-firing vile remarks toward the opposition.
Speaking of which: