Michigan may be on the verge of something that resembles an ammosexual infection. Recently, an ammosexual dodged arrest after a hostile confrontation with police because of the color of his skin; now, about two dozen of the gun-loving ammofiddlers showed up at an Ann Arbor school board meeting on Wednesday, only to get laughed at.
The school board was suggesting a proposed ban of guns in schools, which is one of those things that you’d think would just make sense in a civilized world. Unfortunately, the United States hasn’t unlocked the “Civilization” technological tree yet. The ammosexuals were there to object to the ban, which was proposed after an educator at Pioneer High School called police after noticing a 22-year-old named Joshua Wade at a choir concert with a pistol at his side. The concert was his sister’s.
At the time, Wade told WXYZ that, as a Christian, he had a “moral obligation” to protect his family by carrying a gun — even in a school, which he labeled a “mass murder enablement zone.”
A Texas gun group proved that even armed, the Charlie Hebdo massacre usually ended with everyone but the shooters dead. Why do these fools think school shootings would go any other way?
Michigan law, however, allows people to tote live heat in the open so long as they have a conceal carry permit.
The Ann Arbor Board of Ed. met on Wednesday to suggest a proposal that would rectify this law that grossly endangers students and staff. There to make the case for the proposal, but argue against, was Wade and 25 other open carry activists, packing heat like Yosemite Sam.
He told the board that, “As a law abiding citizen, I’m very concerned that this board may attempt to circumvent state law in the area of firearms regulation. Board members, I hope that you yourselves, like me, are law-abiding citizen.”
Using the patented phrase “mass murder enablement zones”, Wade told the board that: “The reason we have seen so many tragic school shootings is that laws across the nation have made our schools mass murder enablement zones. The more good people who carry in our schools, the fewer criminals will see those schools as easy targets.”
Let’s look at this for a second. Theoretically, a lack of guns is a green light for shooters. All right, we’ll entertain this notion (if it were true, why hasn’t every school in the country been targeted? It’s not for a lack of potential shooters). But in doing so, we have to realize that not everyone who has a gun and wants to use is going to know how. Ergo, one guy comes in and starts shooting, and because nobody knows who initially started shooting, everyone with a gun starts shooting. More people die, not less.
So, if no guns means it’s a “mass murder enablement zone,” more guns makes it a “mass murder enforcement zone.”
When he suggested that, “guns in schools just makes sense,” an otherwise quite audience burst into laughter. The board eventually had to call for silence.
I find this proper. After all, when you’re told a funny joke, you’re usually expected to laugh.
The majority of the speakers spoke out against guns in schools, with one man noting that, “Mr. Wade told [WXYZ] Channel 7 News that it was his Christian duty to do this. I see that as an insult to people of faith everywhere.”
The Ann Arbor School Board passed the resolution, overruling the ammosexuals, and called on the Michigan Legislature to change current law that prevents the Board from banning guns in schools.
Now, this is likely to do jack-all. Michigan’s legislature is Republican Red, and because of the gerrymandering in the state, that’s not likely to change. But it’s heart and head was in the right place.
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