Courtesy of Addicting Info:
The documentary The Armor of Light is opening Oct. 30, and features an Evangelical minister who walks the audience through the question, “is it possible to be both pro-gun and pro-life?” Reverend Rob Schenck is an anti-abortion activist and serves as a fixture on the political far right, but he breaks with the cult to press conservatives on the conflict in their so-called values.
The trailer of the documentary opens on the keynote address Sarah Palin gave to the 2014 NRA convention feeding the fear that the government is coming for people’s guns and 2nd Amendment rights are being stripped away by the left. Palin told the audience “Gals, now, ya know, ammo is expensive! Don’t waste a bullet on a warning shot.” She got a standing ovation for the line.
Who better to demonstrate the lunacy of the Christian pro-gun than Sarah Palin?
After all she is essentially the epitome of everything wrong with both the Christian fundamentalists and those who believe the 2nd Amendment is the ONLY Constitutional right worth defending.
Speaking of Palin as it turns out we were not the only ones horrified over her Facebook post yesterday:
If you want to understand the type of thinking progressives forces are up against in the eternal struggle for America’s sanity, look no further than Sarah Palin – the country’s greatest example of banal mediocrity and willful ignorance. Palin isn’t completely stupid, she’s just very not-bright, which in the Fox News era translates into huge amounts of influence and success. Palin has hacked America’s Id and now speaks for it via her facebook page.
In another gnawingly irritating and downright bizarre screed against Obama for his fictional transgressions against ‘real Americans’ (white people), Palin has outdone herself with a wonderful mixture of sexual innuendo, racism and violent rage.
Like I said Sarah Palin is the perfect example to use when you are demonstrating the ignorance of a particular group or the negativity of a particular movement.
In fact her major contribution to the world seems to be as a measuring tool to determine just how batshit crazy or hateful a person, organization, or political movement is by comparison.