July 28, 2014

What a creative way to protest those gun-totin' ammosexuals out walking around with their weapons in full view of children! Women flaunting what they've got has earned them the title of "skanky topless libtards."

Raw Story:

Come and Take It Texas, a group affiliated with the open carry movement, is complaining that topless protestors are ruining their monthly walks in support of gun rights.

They are being “trolled by skanky topless libtards,” one post on the group’s Facebook page reads. Another post identifies the counter-protestors as members of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (MDA), even though they made no claim to being affiliated with that organization.

The topless counter-protestors carried signs that read, “You realize that everyone thinks you’re overcompensating for your teeny tiny ‘gun’ right?” and “Boobs for peace.” The women confronted the open carry advocates and said that as long as they openly carried their weapons, the counter-protestors would bare their breasts.

Maybe no one told these gun worshippers that when they are reduced to name-calling, they've lost.

May the breast person win.

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