In a rare moment of clarity, NRA flack LaPierre makes huge Freudian slip

December 21, 2012

From this transcript of his remarks:

Isn’t fantasizing about killing people as a way to get your kicks really the filthiest form of pornography?

And there we have it. The full reveal.

For the slower members of the audience, or those reading after too many eggnogs…an explainer from Comradde Physioproffe.

all these delusional right-wing microdicke Republican gun fetishists … we all know that their real goal has nothing to with preventing the slaughter of kindergartners, and everything to do with delusional phallic power fantasies to compensate for their real-world angry white d00d ineffectual dicklessness.

So yeah, LaPierre was talking about videogame fans…but dude. Fruedian slip much? Who the hell would compare GrandTheftAuto to porn unless he was popping a chubbie thinking about blowing people away in a hail of semiautomatic fire from his M-16 imitating AR-15 “sporting rifle”? And you know who those people are?

for Sporting Purposes only.

Honestly. Tell me there isn’t something wrong with these folks.

No Responses Yet to “In a rare moment of clarity, NRA flack LaPierre makes huge Freudian slip”

  1. SEL Says:

    I understand hunting rifles and handguns. They have a function and require a bit of training and skill. But the only reason to own an automatic assault rifle is basically because it gets you off. CNN had an article today about “why we own these guns” and so many of the comments (like “It’s thrilling, exciting and a great way to vent” and “I like to shoot, and that is one heck of a fun carbine to plink with”) basically boil down to “I don’t care about actually using it for anything….it just makes me feel goooooood.” Yeah, well….why don’t you just masturbate? It’s cheaper and much less likely to result in massacres.


  2. DrugMonkey Says:

    Good one ER! I love JoBi’s answer.


  3. Acme Rocket Says:

    Did you mean to say semi-automatic instead of automatic? Automatic weapons are restricted items which require an expensive permit and background check by the BATFE. Of course that just gets you the permit. Actual select-fire rifles cost tens of thousands of dollars.

    The rifle you show in the picture is filled with cosmetic accessories. The adjustable stock, fore grip, laser, and flashlight do nothing to enhance the lethality of that weapon system. The rifle you have shown is no more dangerous than a Ruger Mini-14 or a Kel-Tec SU-16. Depending on the setting (such as inside a building) a pump-action shotgun with the right ammo might be more lethal.

    I saw the press conference too, I also agree the rhetoric was a bit much. I played violent games and no murder to date.


  4. DrugMonkey Says:

    The purpose of the picture is the mindset of the “regular” fan of such weaponry, not a comment on lethality.


  5. Alex Says:

    The adjustable stock and foregrip make it easier to use in more situations. What that says about mindset is a matter of interpretation. Regarding the laser, I’m not a gun nut, but I know a few, and the impression I get from them is that the laser is a sign of somebody who has seen too many movies. They say that cops and soldiers rarely use lasers.

    The flashlight is arguably a sign of an intelligent user: Whatever one thinks about self-defense rationales for firearms, if one is going to go there, one had better know damn well what they are pointing it at. The flashlight helps with that. We can debate whether the self-defense rationales are all that they are cracked up to be, but within that rationale the flashlight makes sense.


  6. DrugMonkey Says:

    I think you are missing the forest for the trees


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