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Saturday, June 18, 2016

West Hollywood Rainbow-Colored Gadsden Flags

From the LA Times:
Stickers and posters featuring a rainbow-colored version of the Gadsden flag and the hashtag #ShootBack were raising eyebrows in West Hollywood on Thursday morning in the wake of the massacre at a gay nightclub in Florida. 
The signage was affixed to electric boxes, light poles, trash cans and other fixtures near West Hollywood City Hall, the Pacific Design Center and along Santa Monica Boulevard. Several were hung near the Abbey Food & Bar, a well-known gay lounge. 
The posters featured a coiled, striking rattlesnake, similar to the yellow Gadsden flag that reads “Don’t Tread On Me” and often is used by the Tea Party movement. The West Hollywood signs were rainbow-colored, like the gay pride flag. 
“We are disturbed by them,” West Hollywood Mayor Lauren Meister said of the posters. “We don’t believe in an eye for an eye, and we advocate against gun violence.”
Lauren Meister can suck my dick.

Anyone who wants to deny gays the right to fight back should just fucking die already.

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Blogger Nicoenarg said...

Gotta love Trump.

Saturday, June 18, 2016 5:37:00 am  
Blogger Always On Watch said...

The right to self-defense should not be abridged or abrogated.

Very interesting that this is the reaction in West Hollywood. A sign of the times?

Saturday, June 18, 2016 12:25:00 pm  
Anonymous thelastenglishprince said...

Lack of defense or unequal force is most likely the cause of death in most murders.

The difference between Omar Mateen and Texans is that real Texans observed open carry outside the Trump rally in Dallas on Thursday and not one of them opened fire on the innocent.


We are comfortable with our weapons in Texas because we are responsible with our weapons. We treat the same, with respect.

Saturday, June 18, 2016 2:08:00 pm  

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