Tyranical Chipotle Tramples Freedom

Filed in National by on May 20, 2014

I was going to write a post parodying wingut reaction to Chipotle’s decision to ask its patrons to not menace other patrons by brandishing their firearms. But winguts these days defy parody. Here is the hysterical whine of the “Tea Party Nation” on the topic:

Goodbye Chipotle

Every shooter in a mass shooting in recent memory has been a leftist.

Meanwhile, Chipotle showed the courage typical of modern American corporations and modern American business executives. They capitulated to the left.

Late yesterday, Chipotle issued a statement that said, “The display of firearms in our restaurants has now created an environment that is potentially intimidating or uncomfortable for many of our customers.”

Perhaps Chipotle would be happier with an environment like they have in Chicago, Detroit or the District of Columbia where its customers have another name. They are called victims. Since Chicago imposed draconian gun control laws, gun violence has skyrocketed because criminals know victims will be unarmed.

Chipotle has gone wimpy and surrendered to the gun control lunatics.

Chipotle has lost my business. If you agree, share this article with a friend. Let’s show Chipotle the power of real Americans who demand our rights be honored.

FTR – Not that facts mean anything to these people, but Chicago’s gun violence is a terrible test case for the gun nuts to argue. Forty three percent of the guns seized by law enforcement in Chicago were originally purchased in other parts of Illinois, which means the laws in Chicago are working, but the laws in Illinois are not nearly as “draconian” as they need to be.

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  1. Delaware Dem says:

    Allen Loudell cites a Politico article that says the Founders never intended unlimited gun rights. I am sure heads are exploding.

    POLITICO Magazine offers a history of the 2nd Amendment. The author argues the Founding Fathers never intended nor envisioned today’s expansive interpretation of gun rights. If that is so, we have the paradox that some of the very same Americans who profess to discern and honor the “intent” of the Founding Fathers – without extrapolation – have done the very thing they accuse liberals / progressives of doing.


  2. pandora says:

    Have you checked out the picture of these freedom loving gun nuts at Chipotle? Yeah, I can’t imagine this dynamic duo making people uncomfortable. And where exactly would they place their guns when they sit down to eat? Lean them against the chair? Lay them across the table?

    And it isn’t like Chipotle hasn’t already dealt with gun-toting stupid behavior.

    Sandy Police say the man removed his backpack to pay for his meal and accidentally dropped it.

    When the bag hit the floor, the handgun he had inside accidentally discharged.

    A woman who was eating lunch with her family just a few feet away spoke to ABC 4 Utah about what she saw, “We we’re all just eating lunch. I was there with my family and suddenly there was a loud bank and everybody stopped and froze because it was obvious that it was louder than a balloon or dishes crashing…A gun went off.”

    Luckily the bullet hit the floor and lodged into the concrete.

    “What’s scary about it is the gun hit the floor and went off,” said the woman. “But had the gun hit another way could have shot anyone in the restaurant, my family included.”

    The man with the gun reportedly picked up the backpack and the shell casing, got his lunch and then waited outside for police.

    These people are a menace.

  3. Jason330 says:

    Holy Shit. I hadn’t seen the picture. I can only assume that these guys were trying to get guns banned at Chipotle.

  4. Frank says:

    I like Susie Madrak’s term: “Ammosexuals.” It gets right to the crux of gunnuttery.


    It deserves wide usage.

  5. cassandra_m says:

    Ammosexuals! How brilliant is that! It is now a permanent part of my vocabulary.

  6. Frank says:

    It really does wrap it all up quite nicely, does it not?

    It’s far more expressive than Bob Cesca’s “diminutive phallus brigade.”