It's the kind of turn that happened to the great country of Germany, when Nazis came over and created tragic things, and they had to be told off. And if we continue this kind of violence and accept it in our country, the rest of the world's going to really take care of us, in a very bad way.
Because when the Nazis came over somewhere and did something it was really bad. And…violence, or something. Stay in school and don't do drugs!
Tony's sounding more and more like Irving Cohen as the years go by.
And, hey, remember that time in the Bush administration when Chris Rock said that the President and the First Lady were kinda like our mom and dad and when the president speaks, we listen? And if we choose not to listen it'll come back and bite us on the ass? Good times.
I guess Sylvester Stallone mumbled something recently too:
[Yo] I know people get (upset) and go, "They're going to take away the assault weapon." Who … needs an assault weapon? Like really, unless you're carrying out an assault. … You can't hunt with it. … Who's going to attack your house, a (expletive) army?
You remember in the commercial for his new movie where he kills a guy with a shotgun and this other guy's like, "I can't believe you just did that!" and Sly is like, "Yo, I just did."
That was funny.
I think that you can't start to pick apart anything out of the Bill of Rights without thinking that it's all going to become undone
He apparently can put two and two together and understands that if you chop away at the Second Amendment, the First isn't far behind. I'd assume he's made a fairly comfortable living off of the First Amendment and would like to continue to do so.
As far as Anthony Benedetto is concerned, I won't hold my breath waiting for the establishment-questioning and truth-speaking media to call him a crazy old man and mock him as mercilessly as they did Clint Eastwood.
FTR, I think what Mr. Benedetto was trying to articulate is that the Nazis rose to power due to a lack of empathy among the German populace, those who do not support more gun control in the US lack empathy, therefore, if we don't become empathetic, the rest of the world — which is morally correct on this issue — will inevitably force us to become so.
This is an argument whose premise, evidence, and conclusion are all wrong.