If you’re not fabulously wealthy, you don’t need or deserve the protection a gun can provide.
Kim Kardashian…I actually don’t know who she is. I hear she broke the internet once, but I’m one of the guys running the thing and I didn’t notice so much as a blip. It turns out he’s a famous person — for what, no one can really tell me — and she opened her yap the other day and let something amazingly idiotic slip out about gun control in the United States. Like so many of her fellow famous people, Kim thinks guns are evil and scary and no one should have them. Except for her armed guards, of course. Because she’s more important than you or I, and shouldn’t have to follow the same rules she’d like to see in place . . .
From the UK publication The Mirror:
I’m not the type to have them in my house – the security at the front of my house might but not in my house. I truly honestly believe we don’t have strict enough gun control laws and it would change a lot.
So guns are A-OK if they’re protecting her famous, super-rich ass. But only famous super-rich people should be allowed to avail themselves of that protection. Guns are far too dangerous and great a responsibility to be owned by the common folk. The people who pay good money (for some reason) to keep her husband and her in the style to which they’ve become accustomed.