16 December, 2014

America, the Sitcom, Part 15

Posted by Socrates in America, America-the-sitcom, Brown v. Board of Education, class-action lawsuits, guns and gun issues, jewed culture, jewed law, law, lawsuits, lawyers and judges, Roe v. Wade, Second Amendment, Socrates at 1:58 pm | Permanent Link

Ah, a class-action lawsuit. Those lawsuits are sometimes called “gang lawsuits,” i.e., you are being sued by many different people at once. Brown v. Board of Education was a class-action lawsuit. So was Roe v. Wade. Class-action lawsuits always seem to do more harm than good. I wonder how many class-action lawyers are Jewish? Probably a lot, given the potential payouts if they win their suits [1]. Anyway, the Bushmaster gun “has no place among Americans’ handguns and hunting rifles”? I beg to differ. Lots of ranchers and farmers use the AR-15 as a security gun, especially near the U.S.-Mexican border, where the odds of encountering multiple, or armed, trespassers are greater. Besides, the 2nd Amendment isn’t about hunting or target practice. It’s about defending yourself.


[1] “Law is something of a Jewish calling, in a sense, the house specialty.” — from the book “Jews and Money: The Myths and the Reality” (New Haven/New York; Ticknor and Fields, 1982) by Jewish author Gerald Krefetz

  • 2 Responses to “America, the Sitcom, Part 15”

    1. fd Says:

      The 2d amendment is a major problem for the federals. A massive gun grab would start a guerrilla war in this country. The majority of West Texas ranchers will not surrender their guns to law enforcement. Beginning with Texas, there are portions of this country that no amount of artifice will cause the people to throw their guns to the ground. Regiments in the South traveled to Texas after the war with gun in hand (GTT). Waco was a gun grab.

    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      The plaintiffs are being represented by the law firm of Koskoff, Koskoff and Bieder. Thank you, that’s all I needed to know.