28 October, 2010

Calling a NAZI a NAZI.

David Codrea has a link to a post by Josh Horwitz, the Executive Director of the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence in which he states:
I was sitting around Sunday night with the family and some friends enjoying a meal when an anonymous caller rang my cell phone. I answered and a man asked, "Are you Josh Horwitz?" I said yes and he explained that he is a supporter of Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (a radical gun-rights group). He then went on to say that with a name like Horwitz I must be Jewish, and he expressed dismay that any Jew could be working for gun control, which he deemed a "Nazi agenda." At which point I hung up.

This is not the first time that an accusation of Nazism has been thrown my way, and unfortunately such irresponsible aspersions occur all too often these days. I am in a rough business, and I understand that. But the events of the last two weeks have got me (and apparently many others) thinking about how the seeds of violence, planted by the insurrectionary right, are starting to birth a movement of thuggery that in some ways mimic the rise of the National Socialists in Weimar-era Germany.
He then proceeds to lie and call private security guards, militia members, Joe Miller, William Fulton & Norm Olson of Alaska, Mike Vanderboegh, what he calls the "insurrectionary right" and Ran Paul supporters. In fact, be perpetuates the lie that LIE that Lauren Valle had her head stomped. He does state that Valle is a MoveOn.org plant, but fails to mention that she attacked Rand Paul.

Josh Horwitz is a NAZI in the finest tradition of Joseph Goebbels and as we all know- always call a spade a spade. In this instance, NAZI.

Oh, and Josh, I also think you are a coward because only a boot-licking sniveling coward can say this:

"It is true that Jews were forcibly disarmed (of all weapons, not just guns), but as a tiny minority in a very large country, armed resistance would have been justified but not determinative."

You really need to get some pair and learn from Aaron Zellman you pantywaist.


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