Saturday, July 19, 2014

Columnist Dirty Mary Sanchez Prescribes 'Public Health' Gun Rights Crackdown

Our favorite Latina token plays doctor as we cough and prepare for examination by her cold hands that want to take guns away: "Let’s treat gun safety as a public health issue"


Dr. Second Amendment said...

Let's treat Mary Sanchez as a public health issue and put her in a straight jacket in a padded cell.

Stop Being Stupid The Answer Is said...

The real health issue here is the fact she won't speak out against nor does Tony for that matter all the brown people who are here illegally in this country who are carrying in all their health issues we have to pay for and try to not get infected with ourselves.

Bit no we have to pick on all the legal gun owners in the country who are not bothering anyone.

The Shitdick Of An Armed Man Drawn Across Her Lips said...

Dirty Mary Sanchezzz

Anonymous said...

Dirty Sanchezz hit rock bottom with me.

What a nupid stunt.

Anonymous said...

That skank is a public health issue!

Anonymous said...

Let's see what her position is when she gets mugged or car jacked. Then she will be writing for as everyone's favorite Latina right winger.

Anonymous said...

Here is the thing dumbass, guns don't kill people, dangerous minorities with guns kill people.

Anonymous said...

The grifters at Aim4Peace beat Mary to this idea a long time ago.
And it's nothing more than defining violence as a health issue so that they can get their hands on the billions spent by government on health care every year.
Next maybe we'll define homicides as an environmental issue. There's money there too!

Anonymous said...

boy i would love to suck her pussy.better than having to kiss her

Anonymous said...

If guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns. That means white people will be unarmed and the niggers will have guns. Guns don't kill people, niggers do!

Anonymous said...

Dear Ms. Sanchez,


Regarding the study you cited:

The Violence Policy Center (VPC) is a national nonprofit educational organization that conducts research and public education on violence in America and provides information and analysis to policymakers, journalists, advocates, and the general public.
(TRANSLATION: There in the business of scaremongering America concerning "gun violence")

BUT WAIT ! THE PLOT THICKENS ! .....if you had actually researched this group you would have discovered this Washington, D.C. outfit lobbies for gun control !!! SURPRISE? NOT!!!!!

Wikipedia..."The Violence Policy Center (VPC) is an American nonprofit organization that advocates for gun control. Founded in 1988 by Josh Sugarmann, a native of Newtown, Connecticut, the VPC approaches violence, and firearms violence in particular, as a public health issue affecting the whole population, rather than solely a criminal matter."

And this leads us to more interesting tangled webs: Who is Josh Sugarmann? Why he's the former communications director for the National Coalition to Ban Handguns. Of course !!! And where is he from? NEWTOWN, CT !!! YES, THAT NEWTOWN!!! You haven't already forgotten the staged Sandy Hook school shooting have you? Please see

"Firearm-related fatalities exceeded motor vehicle fatalities in 14 states and the District of Columbia in 2011, the most
recent year for which state-level data is available for both products from the federal Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention. That year, gun deaths (including gun suicide, homicide, and fatal unintentional shootings) outpaced motor
vehicle deaths in Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, District of Columbia, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio,
Oregon, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington (see table below for additional information)."

Footnote: "In 2011 there were 32,351 gun deaths nationwide for a rate of 10.38 per 100,000 and 35,543 motor vehicle deaths (both occupant and pedestrian)
nationwide for a rate of 11.41 per 100,000. Source: WISQARS database, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and

Ms. Sanchez, again, from the study you cited and based your article upon:
"The health and safety regulation of motor vehicles stands as a public health success story, yet firearms remain the last
consumer product manufactured in the United States not subject to federal health and safety regulation.
While the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is charged with enforcing our nation’s limited gun
laws, it has none of the health and safety regulatory powers afforded other federal agencies such as NHTSA."

So, we see clearly that the folks at the Violence Policy Center are liberal Democrats who wish to expand the reach of the federal government into yet more regulation, while restricting Americans Constitutional right to possess firearms.

In their list of suggestions, they cite -- "heightened restrictions on the carrying of loaded guns in public" -- which of course is an affront to all Americans who choose to exercise their legal right to do so.

Ms. Sanchez you either:

1) Knew these facts and chose not to disclose them in your article, thus presenting an unfair slanted viewpoint. Or....

2) You relied upon the paper from the Violence Policy Center as accurate, and based your own presentation upon it, without bothering to investigate the characters affiliated with this group.

Ms. Sanchez, I look forward to your published follow-up article in which you can put the facts on the table. Thank you, and I look forward to your clarification.

Anonymous said...

Wish she was cerebral - and original- sounds like a 6th grade musing...

Anonymous said...

Wonder if her sorority sisters know how liberal she is? Maryville has to be embarrassed...