Originally Posted by rjd3282
The problem wasn't the analogy it was your lack of understanding what was being said. Then you told me that comparing glocks to obama was silly, I agree that is silly but that isn't what I did.
Perhaps I was not clear in my response. I meant that to compare purchasing
a Glock to voting
for Obama is disingenuous (as was the other analogy to the car manufacturers).
If I understood what you wrote as you wrote it you were making a comparison to buying a Glock based on its
popularity and voting for Obama based on his
popularity. I am saying that is a really bad analogy because there are only a few choices in any given Presidential election, whereas there are numerous choices when purchasing a firearm.
Now, you have accused me of voting for Obama. I did not. I ask you, have you owned or fired a Glock? I expect that you haven't. Not making any assumptions though. I would not accuse anybody of being prejudiced.
Don't have a cow man.