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Guns ‘n’ Mexico

Posted by vpcadmin on April 6, 2009

The ATF has stated that “over 90 percent of the traced firearms originate from the U.S.”

Logically, this means that 90% of the firearms in Mexico have a U.S. origin.  Any Brady Campaign-endorsed Logician should agree with that statement.

Here are percentages of weapons and other contraband that come from the U.S.:

  • 90% of all grenades
  • 90% of all rocket launchers
  • 90% of all artillery pieces
  • Bizarrely, 90% of all drugs come from the U.S. as well.
  • 90% of assault weapons (remember, that’s the even more deadly semi-automatic version; not the just-plain-deadly full-auto version)
  • 90% of all Rickrolls

There are over 100 million AK-type rifles in world today. All of them are apparently located within the United States. That’s why 90% of the cartels’ guns come from the U.S. All other areas of the world are gun free and absolutely peaceful.

The RPG-7 can be purchased in any of the many gun stores in the United States.

The RPG-7 can be purchased in any of the many gun stores in the United States. We swear.

What’s most important is that everyone who is reading this should just stop thinking and do whatever the Violence Policy Center, the Brady Campaign, and Barack Obama order us to do.

One Response to “Guns ‘n’ Mexico”

  1. Mikee said

    What do we do when the Brady Center, the Violence Policy Center, and Barack Obama all say they do not want to take guns away from legal gun owners? If I try to believe them, the pain of my head trying to explode is unbearable.

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