There he goes again, fantasizing about inflicting violence. Back in March, left-wing radio host Mike Malloy went off on a characteristically unhinged rant and threatened that "I will shoot you!" to an unnamed National Rifle Association board member.
This time it's former GOP congressional candidate Joe Wurzelbacher, aka Joe the Plumber, in Malloy's sights after Wurzelbacher wrote a response to a grief-stricken man whose son was shot in the killing spree at UC Santa Barbara over the weekend. The parent blamed "craven, irresponsible politicians and the NRA" for his son's death. (Audio after the jump)
In a post at Barbwire.com, Wurzelbacher wrote that the murders in California did not "trump" his right to a firearm. This was far more dissent than Malloy was willing to tolerate, as often happens with liberals who otherwise tout dissent as among the highest virtues. If only we could go back to the good ol' days of challenging people to duels, Malloy sighed (audio) --
Wurzelbacher, this filthy piece of human crap, claimed that the pro-gun control activists, people who would like -- and it's not even gun control, it's gun safety -- Wurzelbacher, nutcase, said that those people, quote, don't care about your family or your dead children at all. So, I don't know, you know, sometimes when I read these stories or I get emails from, from the penis-challenged NRA types, and you know, I'm embarrassed to admit this (good for you, Mike, there's hope yet) and this will probably bring me a whole new flood of emails (email@example.com) which I'll be happy to get because it gives me, you know, I put them in the videos that we send out and along with the email addresses of the people who write them.
But all this stuff almost makes me long for, I'm sorry, the days when somebody said something like this you could challenge them to a duel -- pistols or swords? It just gets me that furious that I have to share a planet with complete, moronic half-wits like Wurzelbacher, Joe the Plumber (so much for the working class as dear to a liberal's heart), who says that his right to own guns trumps a kid or a young man's right to life. Wurzelbacher, you are a piece of human waste and this planet will be a little bit lighter when your ass leaves.
Preferably after a duel with Malloy on the other end.
To recap -- Wurzelbacher, exercising his First Amendment right, states that Elliott Rodger's use of a gun in the Isla Vista killings does not render the Second Amendment null and void, followed by Malloy suggesting that he'd like to shoot Wurzelbacher. Were he still alive, Rodger would undoubtedly sympathize with the sentiment.