Thursday, April 7, 2016


Bernie Sanders is in hot water because when asked if he supported the Sandy Hook parent’s suit against gun manufacturers, he said no.

Let’s call this what it is: liberalism gone nuts.  

As far as I am concerned the Sandy Hook slaying of school children rates the same on the insanity scale as the bringing down of the twin towers. 

However, the weapons were legally purchased by the assholes killers’ mother; and thanks to Republican and some Democrat legislatures the weapons and magazines and ammunition are legally available to the public.  There is no way you can hold the manufacturers liable for their misuse.  

If someone uses their car as a murder weapon should you be able to sue the auto maker?   If a wife takes a butcher knife to her husband can the family sue the cutlery maker? 

And how about suicides?   Think of the thousand ways people think to kill themselves – should the manufacturer of the product used, be liable?

This is bat shit crazy liberalism; and anybody outraged at Bernie Sanders for speaking logic and common sense needs to step back and think this out. 

Hurrah for Bernie for speaking the logical truth.   This is the type of person we need to deescalate some of the insanity that drives US national and foreign policy.   

Bernie just took a step up, in my view, of his ability to deal with critical issues without partisan or emotional sway.

Feel the Burn

the Ol’Buzzard


  1. Logic and common sense hasn't been the theme of this election cycle. Feelin' the Burn

  2. but I don't think they should have be able to see those type guns and armor piercing bullets to anyone but the armed forces.

    1. i agree, this is the fault of our paid-for Congress. They shouldn't be available - but they are.

  3. What I like about Bernie is he doesn't tell us what we want to hear, he tells us what we should hear.

    Good post.


COMMENT: Ben Franklin said, "I imagine a man must have a good deal of vanity who believes, and a good deal of boldness who affirms, that all doctrines he holds are true, and all he rejects are false."