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Bless his dumbass heart. Or fuck him in the ear. Whatever.

Bobby Jindal, craven asshole:

Despite the fact that John Russell Houser had a long history of mental illness and arrests but was able to legally purchase a .40 caliber semi-automatic handgun at a pawn shop, Governor Bobby Jindal repeatedly told reporters he would not talk about gun control.

Asked what, “as a leader” he would support to make it tougher for people with mental illness to gain access to guns, Gov. Jindal said, “there’s a right time and place to have that conversation,” but lambasted reporters at the late Friday afternoon press conference outside the crime scene, saying, “we’re less than 24 hours out.”

He pointed to the families of the dead “that need to bury their loved ones,” and other families “praying for” the full recoveries of loved ones in the hospital.

Jindal insisted that “now is the time to focus on those victims.”

The timing! Now of course, it’s possible that those victims’ families might want to talk about these issues too, as the profiles we’ve read of the victims lead us to believe that we’ve lost two of Louisiana’s finest, who were murdered at an Amy Schumer movie film, with a gun, by an insane right wing Hitler-lover, whose online comments are indistinguishable from pretty much any other comment left by a wingnut on Wonkette or any other intertubes blog site.

And yes, Houser was able to easily buy a gun from a pawn shop, just like we could go get a gun from a pawn shop, or wherever else right now, if we were so inclined. Of course, we don’t have that inclination because:

1. We are not a hunter. Not that there’s anything wrong with being a hunter! (Seriously.)

2. We are not a pussy who imagines at any time there are six million hooligans trying to break into our house and murder us.

3. We’re not an old, resentful, hateful white man who feels the need to murder people at the Amy Schumer movie film.

But John Russell Houser had that inclination! And getting a gun in this country is THE EASIEST. Just show your ID to prove that you exist, and you’ll be Yosemite Samming faster than you can say “Sandy Hook.”

Say more shit, Louisiana governor who thinks he can be president LOL:

“There will be an absolute appropriate time for us to talk about policies and politics, and I’m sure folks will want to score political points off this tragedy as they’ve tried to do off previous tragedies,” Jindal chastised. “Let’s focus on these families.”

Uh huh. Say another stupid:

“I’m happy to talk about this but not here, not now. Now is the time to grieve, mourn, come together and show Lafayette’s resilient and we can get through this,” the two-term Louisiana governor insisted. “I’m not shy of providing my opinions on any topic, but right now let’s actually focus.”

Lafayette is the best at getting through mass shootings. Lafayette is Louisiana Jindal Strong, and will rise above all those other mass shooting cities, like Aurora and Newtown and Chattanooga and Charleston and Suffolk and Columbus and Cincinnati and Cleveland and Fort Wayne and Memphis and … no, seriously, there is an online tracker for this shit, and if you live in an American city that has humans in it, your hometown is probably featured!

Anyway, fuck you Bobby Jindal, fuck you hard, is the point.

[The New Civil Rights Movement]

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  • schmannity

    And by not talking about gun control he is not “scoring political points?”

  • Biel_ze_Bubba

    “we’re less than 24 hours out.”

    We’re ALWAYS less than 24 hours out from some lunatic shooting somebody somewhere in this country, you fucking asshole.

    • Msgr_Moment

      You catch on fast, Sir.

  • drbloor

    Hey, it’s too early to have that conversation! Until it’s too late.

    Yes, fuck Bobby Jindal hard, preferably with someone else’s dick, though.

  • vivian

    Now is not the right time, and since it is always now, the right time is never. Well, at least his lizard brain worked that one out.

  • Antimassacree

    Jindahl can share his opinions on anything (!) or he can focus. But in the name of all that is holy, do not ask him to both at the same time.

  • Msgr_Moment

    Clearly Piyush has no Desire (NOLA) to talk until those bad guys are done shooting.

    • PubOption

      Repubs hate mass transit, streetcars included.

      • Logic of Color

        Mass transit is so (insert name of any other developed nation)!

        • Mehmeisterjr

          I have always depended on the kindness of good strangers with guns.

    • calliecallie

      That’s a Stella observation.

  • The Molten Soul

    He’s making a courageous stand, wait no….typo. A cowardly squirm.

  • Me not sure

    Does Bobby Jindal even know which end of a gun the bullets come out of? I have my doubts. What I don’t doubt, however, is that he’s certainly no Hindu.

  • Lizzietish81

    Well if there had been armed civilians….

    http://41.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l3kvq1CIX01qzhiqwo1_1280.png

  • Spotts1701

    I would prefer if once, just once, the stenographers that pretend to be journalists would actually say “Okay, so when is a good time? Because right now, while the eyes of the whole damn country are on us, seems like a pretty good one to me.”

    • HolidayinCambodia

      “Governor, is that your appointment secretary right over there [pointing]? Why don’t you call her over and let’s schedule something right now, how about next Monday, 10:00 am, the rotunda of the State House?”

    • Whale Chowder

      My sentiments exactly. Just because Jindall says it’s the wrong time doesn’t mean the press can’t piyush (ha!) back and insist that he answer the question.

  • Local Mojo

    These two beautiful, generous and talented women were everything that is good in this world. The gun-sellers and the political hacks who whore out to them are everything that is evil.

    As for myself, I pray that I will always stand with the good.

    • jmk

      Even if they were terrible, awful people, the manner of their deaths was horrific and should not be tolerated in any society with pretensions of civilization.

      • James Christopher Owen

        “I don’t agree with a thing you do, but I will defend to the death your right not to be randomly slaughtered.” With apologies to Voltaire.

  • goonemeritus

    This is tough for Jindal, Gun humpers and the mentally ill make
    up 98% of his base the other 2% is his mom.

    • Logic of Color

      …who is probably a gun humper too so really…

      • Sam Hain

        …and mentally ill.

        • James Christopher Owen

          Let’s stick to slanging Jindal and stay away from the family.

    • HolidayinCambodia

      It’s certainly not his kids.

  • alwayspunkindrublic

    Jindal’s gone Full Yokel; he’s got the rhetoric down pat, the bleached portrait, and even a convincing peckerwood accent. An hour inside his oversized head would be degrading but interesting.

    • drbloor

      What’s so interesting about watching hamsters on a wheel?

      • vivian

        You can make hamsters out of shit? That’s a marketable skill!

      • alwayspunkindrublic

        I’ve rarely seen such poorly disguised self-loathing.

        • Blank Ron

          He and Cruz. They’re ‘passing’ so hard they practically live in the left-hand lane of the Interstate.

          • alwayspunkindrublic

            Maybe even heading in to oncoming traffic.

  • AntiDerpomeme

    You know who else said it was too early to have a discussion about a difficult societal issue in the wake of a disaster?

    • Lizzietish81

      John McCain

    • vivian

      Noah?

    • Dr.Zoidberg

      Dubya?

    • alwayspunkindrublic

      Attila the Hun?

    • goonemeritus

      Bill Cosby?

    • North Carolina sharks..?

    • J Lo, after the premiere of Gigli?

    • Ryan Denniston

      Emperor Nero?

    • Latverian Diplomat

      Not Hitler. Who couldn’t shut up about how the Reichstag Fire meant he should have all the power (just to be safe from the commies).

    • Me not sure

      Donald Trump’s campaign manager?

    • arglebargle

      Ms. Fartknocker on the grandmama thingie happening yet again?

    • Blank Ron

      Hugo Eckener?

    • mtn_philosoph

      Pliny the Younger?

  • While Jindal is probing his political prostate with gun oil, not sure when to say when is the time to discuss, Texass Rick Perry hops right to it and calls for more guns in movie theatres.

    Is that popcorn popping?

    • drbloor

      No, you’re hearing automatic rifle fire coming from theaters 3 and 6.

    • Ryan Denniston

      Someone tell Ricky it’s too soon!

    • FauxAntocles

      Apparently Perry doesn’t understand the concept of “caught in the crossfire”.

      • Spotts1701

        I remember a conversation, long ago (I think it was after Walgreen’s made the news for firing a pharmacist who refused to follow their “no guns” rule) where the wingnut I was arguing with said that they would not mind the risk of getting shot if it meant “the bad guy” got plugged.
        I deadpanned that only someone who has never been shot could act like getting shot is no big deal.

  • Manhattan123

    If only Amy Schumer had been armed.

  • “I can goez to Iowa nows?”
    ‘Bobby’ Jindal

    • dslindc

      Nope! Kthxbai.

  • SadDemInTex

    When nothing happened after Sandy Hook I gave up hope that this issue will be addressed in my lifetime. (In Australia after a mass shooting killed 32 people they changed EVERYTHING in six weeks…..SIX WEEKS!!!!!). Tiny children were torn apart into a bloody pulp and Americans did nothing. There has been a mass murder for everyday of 2015 and ……nothing.

    • Doug Langley

      Or Gabby Giffords. When a member of Congress got gunned down and Congress still did nothing, I knew it was gameover.

      • Biel_ze_Bubba

        That didn’t count.
        She was a Democrat.

        • Latverian Diplomat

          Yeah, Republicans do not fear being shot by the people who paranoia and hatred they stoke.

          • Mehmeisterjr

            They should, though. Crazy is hard to control. Case in point: Ted Cruz.

          • Latverian Diplomat

            One might expect that Cruz would go all Preston Brooks on Orrin Hatch after this, but he’s such a screw up, he’d almost certainly go after someone a lot more sympathetic.

      • Ryan Denniston

        Or when Bob Dole visited the Senate and advocated for the disabilities treaty, only to see that end in failure. I tell ya, the kids these days.

      • alwayspunkindrublic

        Same here. She was my Representative…I volunteered for her campaign. I’m so fucking cynical about this issue now. As a society, we have simply conceded that these events are acceptable collateral damage for the greater benefit of gun fetishists. At this point, I just want one of them to man up and admit it.

    • willi0000000

      fukkin Oz . . . you lucked-out and got all the criminals . . . we’re stuck with the fundies!

    • Latverian Diplomat

      The Dunblane school massacre led to a handgun ban in the UK, by a conservative government, in less than a year.

  • mrFawkes

    Bobby looks forward to discussing this issue and all his other great governing ideas at the Republican debate. You can’t miss him–he’ll be the one with a blowhorn in the parking lot.

  • nightmoth

    Saw the press conference with the CEO of the hospital where 5 of 9 casualties ended up. After talking about how great the cops and medics were (which was the first thing out of every official’s mouth) he AT LEAST said “We have got to start funding mental health care the same as physical health care.” Didn’t say zip about gun control, though—no surprise there.

    • James Christopher Owen

      Somehow, it’s easier to stigmatize the mentally ill than killing machines. I find that disturbing.

  • BeliTsari

    Ah, Bobby Jindal, ALEC, ‘bagger thugs and their API massa’s murder Louisiana voters every day…

    They just murder “disenfranchised” citizens a LOT more often & the media’s totally blind to that!

  • memzilla

    This man has my vote for Pustulent Anal Fistula Of The Week, but that’s only because you can only vote for one Raging Hemmorhoidal Shitsack at a time.

    • LarkintheAM

      I say vote early and often.

      • Biel_ze_Bubba

        Vote “Raging Hemmorhoidal Shitsack Party”, right down the line.

  • maman

    Can anyone tell me what is the appropriate timeline for gun control conversations. I am beginning to think it is half-passed never.

    • Msgr_Moment

      Never. Does never work for you?

    • Thirteen o’clock on June 32nd, as long as that’s not a day that ends in “Y.”

  • JustPixelz

    Respect for the dead hasn’t stopped Rick Perry from taking the NRA’s cock out of his mouth long enough to say “more guns in theaters”.

    I’d like to point out that a gun in the theater didn’t help Chad Oulson … he was shot by Curtis Reeves in a Florida movie theater in an argument over texting. Also, it was not illegal for people to bring guns to the movies at Aurora Colorado. And not illegal (as far as I can tell) to bring a gun into the theater in Lafayette.

    So I’ll say again:

    You’re in a movie theater and someone walks in with a gun. Do you …
    a) feel safer
    b) watch the gunman instead of the movie
    c) leave
    d) shoot first

    • Spotts1701

      e) Decide a Netflix subscription is safer

      • JustPixelz

        There’s a certain capitalistic method to that. Starbuck’s and other bidnesses put up the “no guns” signs because of customer (and maybe insurers) pressure. If/when businesses feel they’re losing customers because people don’t want to go where there are guns, The Chamber of Commerce will tell the NRA to STFU.

        • willi0000000

          “The Chamber of Commerce will tell the NRA to STFU.”

          not if they know what’s good for them!

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      Go only to theaters where they don’t allow guns – and tell the idiot manager that you’re not coming back.
      More than enough people would sign on to this approach, if given the opportunity, to turn all theaters into gun-free zones. Seems to work for fast food joints, so why not theaters, and every other sort of business that caters to the public? Let the gunfuckers stay on the sidewalk with their penis substitutes, unwelcome in 99% of private businesses.

    • alwayspunkindrublic

      E. Pull out your gat and start firing after he does. Cause a bunch of wannabe heroes throwing more lead around in a dark, confined, and chaotic theater would’ve really helped.

      • Biel_ze_Bubba

        A half-dozen extra corpses is just the price of freedumb.

    • James Christopher Owen

      The only thing that will stop a bad man with a gun, is a good man with a GAU-8 Avenger.

  • CutterTeam

    It sounds horrible to say it, but I think the only thing left that could change the dynamic on this issue is for the Sandy Hook crime scene photos to be released to the public.

    Because if those images are “the price of freedom”, then the price of freedom is too fucking high.

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      Would not make an atom of difference to the NRAssholes. They’d be all “see what could be prevented if all grade school teachers had an AR-15 strapped to their backs at all times?”

      • James Christopher Owen

        But it might make the rest of the country say “Fuck you, NRAssholes! We want stricter gun control.”

        • Biel_ze_Bubba

          The rest of the country’s been saying that for a decade.

  • Ilgattomorte

    Talking about guns after a shooting is tricky. It all depends on the type of victim. If you have a terrorist shooting at a military site then you can talk about guns right away, because you can go on about how having more guns would have made everything all better.

    However, when you have innocent people shot by a racist madman you don’t want to bring up gun control, because why talk about something that’s never going to happen. That would just be cruel. It would be like describing an ice cream sundae to a kid and then telling him he can never, ever, ever have one.

    • Mehmeisterjr

      It’s fair and balanced!

  • JohnR

    It’s always too soon to talk about it and then it’s too late.

  • Ryan Denniston

    “whose online comments are indistinguishable from pretty much any other comment left by a wingnut on Wonkette or any other intertubes blog site.”

    Perhaps now is the time to talk about comment control (if
    comments were allowed)?

    Seriously, what an asshole. He had weeks to talk about gun control after the last mass shooting, before this one. Hey Casper, you know why people want to talk about guns now? It’s because people sense you care as much about sensible gun regulations as you do about health care.

  • Michael Smith

    Man, in the founders’ day, guns were probably harder to make and to purchase. And I bet in those small towns where everyone knew everyone, if there was a person who sold guns, and a crazed lunatic stranger walked in asking to buy one, the merchant would be all like “Sir, I don’t feel right selling this to you since I don’t know you or your intentions.”

    Man, what those times needed was a guy in a big red, white and blue store telling the lunatic “Heylllllllllll yeah, I’ll sell you this gun, that’s your right as an American hwhite Christian-looking person.”

  • Walter Wellstone

    I’m amazed Jindal doesn’t realize that about 99% of all NRA members fantasize about having the likes of him (darkies) run naked through the woods as they hunt them down with their assault rifles.

    • Grokenstein

      Oh my goodness, you need to get your eyes checked! Bobby’s very Caucasian! SUPER Caucasian! Just look at his portraits! /s

  • weejee

    “there’s a right time and place to have that conversation,”

    Will that be after some nutso drops a cap on a GeeOhPeer candidate/official?

    • willi0000000

      it’ll have to be at least a roomfull.

  • Latverian Diplomat

    Jindal refused to set a specific date for when policy discussion would begin, and went on to say, “Also, we should do lunch sometime, and you know, one of these days I’m going to join a gym and really get in shape, you know?”

  • OneYieldRegular

    “we’re less than 24 hours out”

    Yes, and since approximately three people per hour are shot in the U.S., we’re less than 72 new gunshot victims out too.

    • Lot_49

      See? It’s never time to talk about the gunz.

  • Damian Hammontree

    If you think that it dishonors someone’s memory to want to fix the problem that led to their death, you may be a total shitbag.

    • Michael Smith

      “I can’t believe that grandma died because our doorbell button electrocuted her. We should probably call an electrician.”

      “How dare you think of such a thing while we are mourning grandma?! We will address the problem of the fatal doorbell after all of these people come to our house for her wake.”

  • LarkintheAM

    The scariest thing about that listing of mass shootings (besides the fact that it even exists) is that the vast majority of them have no known perpetrator. WTF? Our cops need to stop roughing up black people at traffic stops and do some actual policing.

    • Hardly Ideal

      And in this case, we had a guy who was pretty much mad at everyone, had a documented online history of violent ideologies, and had been involuntarily committed for violent behavior.

      In other words, there was no possible way we could’ve seen this coming.

  • JustPixelz

    “This shooting underscores the grave reality of the threat posed to us by radical Islamic terrorism every single day.”

    –Piyush “Bobby” Jindal, July 16th, the day of the Chattanooga shooting.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/07/16/exclusive-bobby-jindal-chattanooga-shooting-underscores-grave-reality-that-radical-islam-is-at-war-with-us/

    • vivian

      P”B”J: “See? We already talked about this. Can we just move on?”

      • Bearpaw01

        That was 90% of the Bush League’s PR approach.

        1) “It’s too soon to discuss this, the facts aren’t all in, etc, etc.”
        2) “It’s too soon to discuss this, the facts aren’t all in, etc, etc.”
        3) “It’s too soon to discuss this, the facts aren’t all in, etc, etc.”
        4) “We’ve already talked this to death, let’s move on.”

        They just skipped right over that awkward part of a discussion when things are actually, you know, *discussed*.

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      Funny how it’s never “too soon” to rag on Muslims.

  • Bigby

    Whenever a wingnut plays the “let’s think about the poor, innocent victims of this totally unforeseeable and unstoppable in any way tragedy” card, my ears just hear: “Shut up shut up shut up, cut his mic! Moar guns!!! Suck it, libtards!!!!!! Eleventy!”.

    Then I think: “it took 3 deaths across ‘Merka for St Ronnie Raygun to ban lawn darts”. Then I start making that “bbbbbbbbb” loony sound with my finger up and down my lips and start looking at real estate ads in other countries cuz I don’t wanna be here when we become Bosnia circa 1994.

  • Steven M. Harries

    Jindal?

    Untouchable.

    • Lance Thrustwell

      Oooh…

  • MrBlobfish

    Al-Qaeda ebola ISIS Iran will kill us all.

    • arglebargle

      With apologies to Memzilla…

      • Lance Thrustwell

        Pogo forever! My favorite comic strip of all time.

      • Hardly Ideal

        I prefer John Oliver’s bit about using the now-defunct TV show Downfall* as a warning against terrorists: There is nothing you can do to us that we aren’t already doing to ourselves. You people don’t frighten me, *I* frighten me!

        *game show where people compete for prizes like grand pianos and jet skis, but if nobody wins the prize is pushed off the roof of a ten-storey building

  • BeliTsari

    Has FOX conclusively proven; Houser’s a gay, socialist, elitist, sharia, vegetarian, Black hippy nerd yet?

    • jviscont1

      “FIGURES. Lafayette Shooter Was Obama Supporter: “I Was For His Re-Election, I Liked His Spending””.
      from Fox’s junior varsity friend, Hoft.

      • Zippy

        I’ve seen that BS on my facederp feed- nevermind that the next thing he said was that he was happy that Bamz would finally burn the country down so that the real muricans could take over- that one out of context quote is all these morons need to wash their hands of this

  • BillWestern

    Every single day for the next year some intrepid reporter should ask Gov. Jindal “Is this the day we start talking about guns?”.

    • NorthStarSpanx

      I think they’ve already given up, after all, the tragedy was so yesterday, it’s time to focus on Taking America Back tomorrow.

    • alwayspunkindrublic

      At which point he will say, “why do you people only focus on grievances from the past?”

    • Bearpaw01

      The mean time between shootings has evidently dropped below the period of time we have to wait before we can politely suggest measures to prevent them.

  • chiefkurtz

    Hang on, I thought they were all opposed to waiting periods.

  • Me not sure

    “I can’t talk about guns now, I’m too busy motorboating the NRA’s ass cheeks.”

  • Bearpaw01

    Remember when everybody in the US was dying of ebola (aka 4 people caught it and one eventually died) and Repubs were all about respecting the victims (aka politicizing the shit out of it and getting in the way of rational medical response)?

    Yeah, and after the 2014 election it dropped off the radar faster than John McCain in a fighter jet.

  • Joshua Norton

    I’m sure folks will want to score political points off this tragedy as they’ve tried to do off previous tragedies

    It’s only “political” if you’re trying to reduce shooting deaths, not increase them.

  • Relativicus

    It’s a great game, actually. Pronounce that now is not the time to discuss gun violence due to the recent shootings in [please see our webpage for a schedule of upcoming events], secure in the knowledge that by the time the dust settles on the recent shooting, there’ll be a new shooting that will preclude our ability to discuss gun violence.

    But fine, lets focus on the families of the victims (unless they’re rudely discussing taking 2A rights from our finest, most upstanding violent and mentally ill citizens). I noticed, dear “Bobby,” you neglected to say what it is you are going to do for them?

    • Bitter Scribe

      Pray. He’s going to pray for them. Isn’t that nice of him?

      • eddi

        Bless his heart.

      • cmd

        I think he said to hug them as well.

    • Bitter Scribe

      Pray. He’s going to pray for them. Isn’t that nice of him?

  • Callyson

    I’m happy to talk about this but let me wait until my unwillingness to challenge the gun industry doesn’t stand in stark contrast to the results of the senseless violence that took place because we have so few reasonable controls on accessing firearms not here, not now. Now is the time to sweep this under the rug until it goes away grieve, mourn, come together and show Lafayette’s resilient and we can get through this

    /asshole
    /FFS

  • Grokenstein

    Excremental.

  • Catstro

    “You know, it is time to have a discussion about gun control. I’ll have my secretary pencil it in. Maybe early fall? September 31st work for everyone?”

    • Dee Andee

      As long as no one else goes on a killing spree by then, because that would make it too soon (and you know there will be).

  • Jindal is threatening to arrest those wacky Westboro protesters if they dare show their angry red faces in his state. Puffing his widdle chest out at a bunch of goofy corduroy-skirt wearing middle aged ladies will show everybody he really is a HE MAN. Maybe, just maybe, Rick Perry will stop giving him “Two for flinching!” whenever their paths cross.

    (Congratulations, Bobby! You’ve managed to make me feel a glimmer of empathy for Westboro!)

    • Lord-Nash

      I respectfully disagree. I have no respect for Jindal just as I have no respect for WBC.

  • BearGHAZI

    So he’s like the Alfalfa of the Republican primary contenders? I don’t get it

    • Bitter Scribe

      Alfalfa is useful. It feeds cattle.

  • Dee Andee

    Always and always, it’s always too soon to fucking deal with this, isn’t Jindal? What a mealy-mouthed, talking point spewing, GOP POS. Fucker.

    • Bitter Scribe

      Yeah, isn’t the “too soon” thing great? Given how many mass shootings we have in this insane asylum of a country, it’s always going to be “too soon” after someone gets shot somewhere, because someone is always getting shot somewhere.

      • nmmagyar

        I got in a heated discussion the other day when my reply to “too soon” was, “OK let’s talk about the last one, or the one before that”

        • Blank Ron

          Still too soon. After all, that’s still this week.

    • Bitter Scribe

      Yeah, isn’t the “too soon” thing great? Given how many mass shootings we have in this insane asylum of a country, it’s always going to be “too soon” after someone gets shot somewhere, because someone is always getting shot somewhere.

  • Sam Hain

    Was it one of the white Jindals from the paintings or the brown Jindal from reality that said this….I always get the three confused.

  • VandeGraf

    Jindal is desperate to avoid media elephant traps.

  • D Lemon

    If I hear one more a$$hole politician say “our thoughts and prayers are with the grieving family” after one of these events, I am going to start screaming. DO something about it, or just say the truth “f#ck the victims and their families”.

  • Bitter Scribe

    Of course Jindal and all the rest had no problem talking about radical Islam five minutes after the bodies in Chattanooga hit the floor.

  • Fly

    Jindal is worried that some poor lonely gun somewhere is being violently left to rust without any bullets.

  • eddi

    Dude does the worst job of saying nothing of any of the Reb candidates.

  • Enfant Terrible

    Weird how these grieving/mourning periods seem to overlap, due to the number and frequency of these mass shootings. So it’s *never* the right time to talk about effective gun regulation.

    • Lord-Nash

      I was just about to type this, but not as eloqint…elequent… not as good.

  • alnnc

    If I were one of the family members (and I have been in their position many years ago), I would tell Jindal not to presume he could speak for me. Although if I were talking to him face to face, I would not phrase it so decently. And I would tell the media that now is the time to address reasonable gun control.

    • Jen_Baker_VA

      Sorry for what you had to go through, and continue to have to go through, cause our country is too friggin pussified bought to do the right thing :hugs:

  • Charles Cates

    Since being on Wonkette I spend a lot of time reading crazy hate-filled bullshit to send in as tips. I’d like the police to setup a site with all of his comments (with appropriate writings by others) so maybe we can find a level where these people can be intercepted. Calling for the death of libRATS are pretty common.

  • whitroth

    Hey, Jindal: when is the time? Give me a date and time.

    mark

    • James Christopher Owen

      Twelfth of Never. GMT.

  • Donna Rail

    Jindal is really good at doing nothing. Most Republican governors are terrible, but he is terrible in a special way.

  • TheBidenator

    With Republicans and shootings it’s always too soon to talk about guns and gun control. Then after there’s been enough time and it’s no longer too soon now it’s too late because there’s been another massacre….it’s the same way a lazy child gets out of doing any chores. STOP LETTING THEM OFF….

    • Jen_Baker_VA

      I am starting to believe the conspiracy theorists, in part. It isn’t the libtards doing this shit (cause we’re all a buncha bleeding heart liberals and if we were to violently take someone out there would be spam and or fanged rabbits involved) but that maybe the NRA is orchestrating these things to keep it perpetually “too soon” to talk about.
      I can haz tin foil hat

  • trickJames

    His statements taste great right out of the can…..

  • Lord-Nash

    This is the point where someone needs to turn to Jindal and say “See? This is why no one likes you.”

  • rx2

    That list of shootings always reminds me of this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0oMTmtN7lHI

    But wingnuts, evidence, facts, and facts in list form do not gel.

  • Katie Doyle

    Some needs to speak up and say, “No, this conversation is really taking place because of the shooting in Sandy Hook, not about this shooting at all. You are correct, Pretend Governor/Shill For GunInterests Jindal. It is too soon after this tragedy.”

  • A Big Sarcastic Fairy!

    Jindal is only qualified to lead a bad Bollywood dance.

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