Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Hunting season for gang-bangers. No license needed, no bag limits.

Look at the face of this piece of human sewage. Sixteen years old and already ruined. Warranty void, unable to repair, return in pine box to manufacturer.


According to authorities in Sarasota, this puke's name is allegedy Shawn Tyson.

His name needs to be Deceased.

Think I'm being harsh? Take a look at the two British tourists he gunned down in cold blood.


Why did this little shitstain who goes by "Shawn Tyson" gun them down in a hail of bullets?

Gang initiation is what is suspected. Britons shot and killed in Florida in suspected gang initiation

Want one better, or worse, depending on your sense of macabre irony? An idiot judge let the little creep loose a day or so after he'd been arrested for an aggravated robbery just two weeks earlier.

Enough.

Enough of these little pissant gangbangers running loose like rabid animals. Enough of these cesspools of human debris that pose as public housing. Enough of these idiotic robed morons posing as judges upholding the law letting these present and future killers run amok.

When I was growing up out in West Texas, if we had a problem with coyotes getting too populated and encroaching on our cattle and farms, we went and eradicated the pests. I mean, we took their population down to the point it would be rare to see a coyote.

Did we ever get them all? Of course not. Only an idiot--or Florida judge--would be stupid enough to think that was possible. But what we did do was make it so those remaining, surviving coyotes gave serious pause before coming anywhere close where the scent of man--and gunpowder--was around.

Rabbits eating on the cotton plants? We thinned 'em out. Too many rattlesnakes? Sweetwater has a rattlesnake roundup every year in which tens of thousands of the useless critters are hunted, brought in, and killed.

The liberals and animal rights wackos howl like a coyote with his balls caught in a trap, but we quite frankly couldn't give a damn less. We always noted that not one of those hypocritical, citified SOBs ever wanted to take any rattlesnakes home with them and raise them, or coyotes, or anything else.

And likewise, we have the same class of hypocritical idiots who place the same value on these gangsters' lives as the animal rights weirdos place on vermin like rattlesnakes and coyotes.

What have these little shitstain gang-bangers given society? Car-jackings, drug-dealing, drive-by shootings, turf wars, gang-rapes as part of initiations, smash-and-grab robberies of people in their cars, and many more admirable contributions to civilized society.

Enough. Time to thin the herds and then give the surviving vermin serious pause about venturing anywhere near decent, civilized society in the immediate future.

We send our military overseas to defend who knows what, but won't let them defend their own families, friends and neighborhoods once they're back home in supposed civilized society. That needs to change. We have cops whose hands are restricted ten times more than the occasional piece of shit gangsters they arrest. When a cop shoots a gang-banger, that cop will spend more time on administrative leave than the gang-banger will spend in the hospital--at our expense, mind you, if he survives.

In other words, the effing government is not part of the solution, and is, therefore, part of the problem.

The thing about our Constitution is that it begins with We The People, not Us The Government.

When government fails the people, as it has increasingly been doing more of in the past forty years, it is the People's responsibility to restore order. The faint of heart amongst us will call me a vigilante. But those same nimrod cowards have no idea the origin of the world vigilante.

The origin of the word vigilante comes from the Spanish where it means to watch and or to stand guard over. Merriam Webster defines vigilante as a member of a volunteer committee organized to suppress and punish crime summarily (as when the processes of law are viewed as inadequate)."

Cops are government. Judges are government. Legislators are government. All three, individually and collectively, have failed to do a damned thing about these gang-bangers running amok in our streets and neighborhoods. They're afraid of the political fallout.

Well screw political fallout. I'm afraid of having a loved one killed like those two young men from Great Britain were killed. So that's why I propose a hunting season for gang members.

Just like other dangerous predators, we know where they live, we know what they look like and how they act. We know how to bait them and we know how to get them to come to us. We have over 70 million legal gun-owners in the U.S., many of whom are also veterans.

I say it's time time turn us loose and let us hunt. It's more than obvious that the cops, the judges and the legislators aren't going to do a damned thing about this menace.

So let's start thinning the herds--and the sooner the better.

6 comments:

TexasJethro said...

Amen, brother!

Rosie said...

I live in Phoenix AZ. I absolutley agree. This nation needs to come together as a whole and wipe out the scurge that is takeing over this great nation. Hunting season for scurge.

An Ordinary American said...

Yep, Rosie, you folks in Arizona have problems just like we do in Texas.

I have long contended that simply by arming everyday, ordinary Texans or Arizonians on the border, that that would be a significant deterrent in and of itself.

For those it doesn't deter, then let the citizens take a shot.

The news media would literally crucify us, but so what? The media is doing all these feel-good touchy stories in favor of the illegals.

I've long since quit giving a donkey's damn what the press thinks of us. Same goes for liberals--both are the problem, not the solution.

We're being invaded by intentional criminals. We have the sovereign right to defend ourselves, our border and our home states.

--AOA

Anonymous said...

Good to see not everyone living in this country nowadays is a dumbfuck who thinks gangsta hiphop is a communications revolution.

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