Strap On a Piece

These people are certifiable:

A Republican member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives who once posted a comment on Facebook about shooting at police officers accidentally dropped one of his guns on the floor at the start of a committee meeting Tuesday morning.

State Rep. Kyle Tasker (R-Nottingham) explained to onlookers that he had donated blood that morning and the effects caused him to drop his gun at the start of a House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee meeting. The committee was meeting to amend an abortion bill pending in the Legislature. The gun did not fire.

State Rep. Steve Shurtleff (D-Concord), a member of the committee, said that he was sitting three seats away from Tasker in the committee room when he heard “a clang” and saw that the gun was on the floor. Shurtleff said Tasker routinely wears two guns in a shoulder holster to legislative meetings.

I think it is insane he carries one gun, but the fact that he carries two makes this even better. God forbid your primary weapon malfunction during a committee meeting- best to be prepared with a back-up gat.






108 replies
  1. 1
    beltane says:

    Well, he might need those two guns in the event that he sees someone who is twice as scary as the usual scary person, like maybe a Mexican Muslim OWS abortion doctor.

  2. 2
    Daaling says:

    But seriously, the gun didn’t go off so why all the fuss. Do you hate freedom? Besides, Al Gore is still fat!

  3. 3
    Gravenstone says:

    The effects caused him to drop his weapon, as he was fondling it in place of his shriveled, syphilitic pen is.

  4. 4
    El Cid says:

    Did the blood donation drive fail to give him proper after-donation sugar snacks or whatever? It’s possible that the blood drive itself was set up by ACORN to entrap the legislator and make guns look bad and dangerous. I suspect Michelle Obama.

  5. 5
    MikeBoyScout says:

    BANG!
    You’re out of order

  6. 6
    cathyx says:

    He carries a gun because Mr. Tasker needs the extra length. Let’s face it, isn’t that why men carry a gun?

  7. 7
    burnspbesq says:

    Perhaps I’m just naive, or don’t understand the wingnut mind, but don’t these people have any conception of how ridiculous they look?

  8. 8
    Zandar says:

    The gun did not fire.

    Worst Grammaton Cleric ever.

  9. 9
    gnomedad says:

    Kyle. “Two Guns”. Tasker.

  10. 10
    Rick Massimo says:

    State Rep. Kyle Tasker (R-Nottingham) explained to onlookers that he had donated blood that morning and the effects caused him to drop his gun at the start of a House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee meeting.

    So maybe if you donated blood that morning, you don’t carry a gun around for ONE FREAKING DAY? Just maybe?

  11. 11
    ThatLeftTurnInABQ says:

    God forbid your primary weapon malfunction during a committee meeting- best to be prepared with a back-up gat.

    Whenever I hear the words ‘committee meeting’ I reach for my revolver.

  12. 12
    mk3872 says:

    Conservatives are pro-gun carry ANYWHERE because they know that their ideas suck and the only way to get anyone to go along with their crazy ideas is to be louder, more obnoxious or scare you with a gun.

  13. 13
    Rick Massimo says:

    @burnspbesq: Maybe, but if you tell them they’ll just shoot you.

    @Daaling: The entire conservative movement is an eight-year-old in the back seat of a car holding his finger a half-inch from the temple of his five-year-old sister and saying “I’m not TOUCHING you! I’m not TOUCHING you!”

  14. 14
    ThatLeftTurnInABQ says:

    @beltane:

    Well, he might need those two guns in the event that he sees someone who is twice as scary as the usual scary person

    The Sheriff of Nottingham just wants to make sure that some robbing hood doesn’t get the drop on him.

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    Jager says:

    He probably dreams of shoot outs with (unarmed) Democratic “friends from across the aisle”.

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    El Cid says:

    McClatchy (via the Idaho Statesman) commits another brazen act of unmitigated journalism.

    In Idaho Governor’s Cabinet, women make less money than men
    __
    Idaho Agriculture Director Celia Gould has been with Gov. Butch Otter from the first day of his administration in 2007, having been a leading figure in his campaign and a respected former legislator.
    __
    She is the highest-paid of the women in Otter’s Cabinet but ranks just 16th among all top full-time officials. The median salary for 11 women in the Cabinet is $85,446; the median for the 33 men is $103,002.
    __
    “We really do have a glass ceiling in Idaho,” said Rep. Wendy Jaquet of Ketchum, the senior Democrat in the Legislature and a member of the budget committee.
    __
    Jaquet compared Gould to Commerce Director Jeffrey Sayer, who was hired in October. Gould oversees 259 employees, Sayer 53. Based on Jan. 1 pay records now searchable at IdahoStatesman.com, Gould makes $106,621. Sayer makes $145,018.
    __
    “Director Gould is about $38,000 under the newly employed Jeff Sayer,” Jaquet said. “You can’t argue she doesn’t have as many employees. Our state is no different than the national averages that show women reach a ‘glass ceiling’ for promotion and pay.”
    __
    Jaquet also noted the difference between Gould and Otter’s budget chief, Wayne Hammon, who directs the 18-employee Division of Financial Management. Hammon makes $115,918, about $9,300 more than Gould.
    __
    When Otter hired Gould, he set her pay at $90,002, $626 or 0.7 percent more than her male predecessor, Pat Takasugi. Sayer is paid 66 percent more than his predecessor, Don Dietrich, who made $87,568.

    I’m still amazed at the fact that there’s a governor named Butch Otter.

    But good on all these lady-bosses for helping the state out with their budget balancing, since all the menfolk normal bosses have a lot more family and prestige to uphold.

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    qwerty42 says:

    @burnspbesq:

    Perhaps I’m just naive, or don’t understand the wingnut mind, but don’t these people have any conception of how ridiculous they look?

    Well, they are paranoid and delusional; they believe they and everything they hold dear are being menaced by an unnamed “other” — moozlimz or wimminz or NoBama, so no, they have no idea how crazy they look to the normal people. And they need their guns.

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    Jager says:

    This is what Trasker said about the shoot out with cops:

    “When a police officer points his firearm that’s not gonna make me feel threatened? If I’ve been trained to respond to that with force am I justified in blowing a cop away because I’m quicker on the draw, and he already pointed his firearm at me? Police are just citizens with badges and all laws should apply equally,” Tasker wrote, according to WMUR.

    What an asshole, he thinks he lives in a fucking TV drama.

  19. 19
    gbear says:

    @ThatLeftTurnInABQ:

    Whenever I hear the words ‘committee meeting’ I reach for my revolver.

    When I hear the word ‘security‘, I reach for my shotgun.

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    Comrade Dread says:

    I think it is insane he carries one gun, but the fact that he carries two makes this even better.

    I’m going to go with repressed homosexuality, ED, or small wang as the real explanation for his need to feel like a more of a man.

  21. 21
    russ says:

    Shurtleff said Tasker routinely wears two guns in a shoulder holster to legislative meetings.

    Yeah! Never know when that 2nd gun might come in handy in Concord or at home in Nottingham, (pop 4385).

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    Professor says:

    Don’t you know about the stupid Republican logic? If you pack two guns then you are the Real Invincible American!

  23. 23
    J.W. Hamner says:

    Well if any terrorists decided to attack the New Hampshire state legislature’s House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee meeting he’d be ready to go all John Woo on them… which is the important thing.

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    cathyx says:

    You know that all the really tough guys carry two guns in the westerns.

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    Yevgraf says:

    The committee was meeting to amend an abortion bill pending in the Legislature.

    Focused like a laser on jobs, they are.

  26. 26

    Strap on a piece? Fucking’ A, jefe. Fornicating abortionist liberals are ever where, and one might pop up with some love beads and peace symbols even. Gotta be ready these days, what with Blackety Black Emperor Obama dictating and shit.

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    Elizabelle says:

    I’m surprised he’s allowed to carry into a committee meeting. (He wouldn’t, in guncrazy Florida.)

    Someone linked to an article about how neighbors and people who don’t want to live next to shooting ranges don’t have many rights in Florida. The gun owner’s rights trump all.

    But there is one exception. [Florida] State law doesn’t allow guns in meetings of elected officials.

    Backyard Beirut, via Flagler online

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    AkaDad says:

    Where does he carry his guns when he’s wearing two wetsuits?

    Wait, don’t answer that.

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    Yevgraf says:

    @ThatLeftTurnInABQ:

    Whenever I hear the words ‘committee meeting’ I reach for my revolver.

    Best observation of the day. I’ll say, though, I use those sorts of things to catch up on iPad games and sleep.

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    Professor says:

    @cathyx: They are extension to his manhood!

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    The Snarxist Formerly Known As Kryptik says:

    Who knows when someone might be packing Skittles and Iced Tea on that House Floor?

    @Rick Massimo:

    Why should he, it’s not like he was there drunk and carrying…wait, that’s legal too in New Hampshire, isn’t it?

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    cathyx says:

    @Professor: Yes, and carrying 2 makes it even longer yet.

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    Jay in Oregon says:

    @Jager:

    “If I’ve been trained to respond to that with force am I justified in blowing a cop away because I’m quicker on the draw, and he already pointed his firearm at me?”

    Um, smartass, if you think you’re “quicker on the draw” than a cop who’s ALREADY pointing his gun at you, then I welcome the obvious result of such an encounter.

    What a fucking lunatic.

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    kdaug says:

    Anyone know where I can get some SAMs and RPGs?

    Right to bear arms being absolute and all.

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    @qwerty42:
    And no idea how utterly bat shit crazy they look to the rest of the world. My dear departed Uncle was an avid hunter, his guns were kept in a Gun Club, under lock and key until he went and signed them out for a day of hunting. I remember having a conversation with him one day about living in the US and he said to me “Tilly (his pet name for me) you need to come home, those people have guns and they do not know how to use them” I miss him.

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    Judas Escargot says:

    Daniel Webster would be so, so proud.

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    dedc79 says:

    Having spent some time in Concord (the NH State Capital), I can tell you it is one terrifying place. There’s Main Street, for one thing. Sure it looks like an old-timey, friendly New England town center, but don’t be fooled by appearances, or by the random strangers saying hello as you pass them on the street. Every one of them would shoot you in a second if they didn’t know you were also packing heat (double heat).

  38. 38
    marianne19 says:

    OMG
    These tea-party republicans make me so embarrassed for NH. They ran on the “jobs jobs jobs” platform and since they got in it’s been nothing but culture war issues.

    Tomorrow is a vote to repeal gay marriage. I contacted all my reps to ask them to vote against the bill, but I don’t have much hope we’ll win the vote. There’s some chance they might not have the votes to override a promised veto. Wish us luck, and if you’re here in NH, please contact your rep tonight.

  39. 39
    Amir Khalid says:

    Why on earth you need a gun, let alone two, to conduct business as an elected official in a state legislature is beyond me. Was there no outcry when Tasker and his Tea party colleagues passed the law allowing it?

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    muddy says:

    In VT a hunting license is permission to carry, but I don’t see people doing it (or perhaps they are better ab out it, I dunno). I think you ought to have to have a registration and liability insurance just like your car. However I don’t think an election year is a good time to bring it up.

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    jl says:

    FL beckons to self reliant he men like Trasker.

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    gbear says:

    @Comrade Dread: Let me be the first homo to take umbrage with that comment. He may have compensation issues (an over-compensation so nice he used it twice), but there’s no need to use teh gay as the go-to insult here.

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    pragmatism says:

    people don’t drop guns. woozy from the blood givin’ ‘murican heroes drop guns and vote against abortion bills. live free or die bitchez!

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    Comrade Dread says:

    Maybe he’s expecting an angry crowd of peasants to come and drag him to an appointment with Madame Guillotine.

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    JWL says:

    The legislature should insist the bullet’s trajectory be ascertained, and made public. Ricochet kills are hardly uncommon once a gun is fired.

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    Provider_UNE says:

    State Rep. Kyle Tasker (R-Nottingham) explained to onlookers that he had donated blood that morning and the effects caused him to drop his gun at the start of a House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee meeting.

    Pretty soon the Onion is gonna have to file a class action lawsuit against the Republican party for punitive damages from injuries sustained trying to keep ahead of the curve and stay relevant.

    showing up with two shoulder holstered guns to a Public Safety Committee meeting, and one of them was apparently not properly secured?

    I presume he was packing heat to protect himself from a potentially crazy phlebotomist at the blood bank?
    .

  47. 47
    Enhanced Voting Techniques says:

    So New Hampshire elected a mall ninja
    http://lonelymachines.org/mall-ninjas/

  48. 48
    Comrade Dread says:

    @gbear: My apologies. I meant no offense or to infer any doubts on the masculinity of gay men.

    Simply that typically those who repress their sexual identities act out in other ways to deal with it. And I can imagine a conservative who is repeatedly told that gay men are not masculine would act out in a manner to reassure himself of his masculinity, and I’ll just shut up now and leave it at I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to say anything derogatory.

  49. 49
    SRW1 says:

    I just don’t understand how this fellow could go into a committee meeting with a mere two hand guns. Wouldn’t prudence dictate to have a designated fallback position with a machine gun at the ready?

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    Dr. Loveless says:

    @gbear:

    Thank you for that. My own fondness for cock does not make me “feel like less of a man.” And I have no need or desire to carry two guns OR serve in the NH lege.

    ETA:

    Simply that typically those who repress their sexual identities act out in other ways to deal with it. And I can imagine a conservative who is repeatedly told that gay men are not masculine would act out in a manner to reassure himself of his masculinity

    On that we can all agree.

  51. 51
    kdaug says:

    @Jay in Oregon:

    Um, smartass, if you think you’re “quicker on the draw” than a cop who’s ALREADY pointing his gun at you, then I welcome the obvious result of such an encounter.

    Ahyup. And since LEO SOP #1 is “Hands in the air!” when their weapon’s drawn, I reckon it’s going to be pretty obvious when you try to “draw yer gun”.

    Nominate for Darwin Award.

  52. 52
    Rick Massimo says:

    P.S. to myself: If the effects of donating blood make you unable to even keep your gun from dropping to the floor, then maybe, just maybe, if you had to use it you wouldn’t do a very good job of hitting what you’re aiming at?

    So, again, maybe if you give blood that morning you don’t pack heat that day? Just maybe?

  53. 53
    pragmatism says:

    maybe he’s just drunk all the time like doc holliday. solution for double vision. he’s got two guns, one for each of ya.

  54. 54
    Elizabelle says:

    @El Cid:

    Saw that. Good on McClatchy.

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    eric says:

    Libtards like all y’all just love to play the victim card so you would never carry the means to protect yourselves from the vermin from the underculture growing and seething in our decaying once-great Land. God Bless the USA and the guns that protect Her. /snark

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    gnomedad says:

    If this had been Florida, I imagine his colleagues would have felt real threatened, know what I mean?

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    Ozymandias, King of Ants says:

    @El Cid:

    I’m still amazed at the fact that there’s a governor named Butch Otter.

    Come to think of it, I saw a really butch otter near the Point Pinos lighthouse recently. I wonder if that could have been the governor of Idaho?

  58. 58
    Cat Lady says:

    Conservatives are all certifiable. All of them should be in professional care, or locked up. They’re all textbook Freudian nutcases who if we can’t lock them up, should be scorned and laughed out of polite society.

    Also, for the women’s march on Washington in April, any woman who’s going should get a carry permit and show their gun. It’s time to get these fucktard men to think twice.

  59. 59
    WJS says:

    Dammit, Cole!

    Both sides do it!

    Wait. What were we talking about? Oh, yeah. That’s effing nuts.

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    Jager says:

    @Enhanced Voting Techniques:

    I read “The Shrine of the Mall Ninja”. At least he found a woman who understands him. The two of them must have a hell of a time in bed with all the body armor, extra plates, multiple weapons, batons or then again maybe they have a safe room to play in.

  61. 61
    JGabriel says:

    John Cole @ Top:

    I think it is insane he carries one gun, but the fact that he carries two makes this even better.

    Honestly, John, I think what really makes this is that he dropped his gun at a meeting of the Public Safety Committee.

    That’s: irony.

    The only way this could have been better is if it went off and hit him in his own foot.

    .

  62. 62
    jl says:

    @gnomedad:

    ” If this had been Florida, I imagine his colleagues would have felt real threatened, ”

    In Florida, if they could run fast enough to allow Tasker to ‘stand his ground’, they might stay alive.

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    MikeBoyScout says:

    accidentally dropped one of his guns on the floor at the start of a committee meeting

    Dipshit not only packs two pieces in to his meetings, he fondles his piece at the meeting. What could go wrong?

  64. 64
    Ken says:

    I’m confused, more than usual. I understand how ‘wooziness’ causes folks to drop things here and there, but the way I’m reading this, the gun was out of the holster? Or was the holster woozy as well from he bloodletting?

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    El Cid says:

    I seriously wish to approach the NRA et al for backing for the Million Young Black, Mexican, and Muslim Men’s March for the 2nd Amendmenr, requiring that every man attending be under 30 and be carrying a concealed handgun, to host stops in Washington, DC, as well as Tampa, Houston, Indiannapolis, and more.

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    gbear says:

    @eric:

    the vermin from the underculture growing and seething in our decaying once-great Land

    You mean the current NH legistlature? I guess you can’t be too careful.

  67. 67
    Rommie says:

    He played a lot of Tomb Raider. It would also explain a wetsuit fetish, if he has one.

  68. 68
    Just Some Fuckhead says:

    God bless Representative Tasker for his loving devotion to the Second Amendment. I’ve accidentally shot myself once or twiced while gently stroking my sixgun and quietly reflecting on the Constitution, broads with big boobies and Walker, Texas Ranger.

  69. 69
    Jager says:

    @JGabriel: If New Hampshire would simply require all citizens who are potty trained and older to carry guns, the Public Safety Committeee could recommend getting rid of all those expensive cops with their fat pensions. Save the state some real money. They could then organize groups of citizens to dispense justice and get rid of the court system.

  70. 70
    PaminBB says:

    I smell a Darwin award in this guys future.

  71. 71
    Tonal Crow says:

    @Rick Massimo:

    The entire conservative movement is an eight-year-old in the back seat of a car holding his finger a half-inch from the temple of his five-year-old sister and saying “I’m not TOUCHING you! I’m not TOUCHING you!”

    That’s much too innocuous a description of a movement that’s eating our Liberty alive.

  72. 72
    Mike in NC says:

    New NH State Motto: “Live Free or Die at the Hands of Some Random Nutjob in State Government”? Nah, too long to fit on a license plate.

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    PeakVT says:

    Shurtleff said Tasker routinely wears two guns in a shoulder holster to legislative meetings.

    That guy should be in a padded room tonight.

  74. 74
    Anonymous At Work says:

    In Florida, it’d be legal to shoot him, as he was going for a gun and threatening you.

  75. 75
    FlipYrWhig says:

    @Yevgraf: They meant laser gun sights.

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    Redshift says:

    In Virginia, most of us found out that legislators are allowed to carry guns in the Capitol a few years ago when one wingnut’s piece went off in his office, and the shot went through a couple of walls. Fortunately, no one was hurt.

    Yes, they’re all nuts, and a sports car would be a less dangerous compensation for inadequacy for most of them.

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    Elizabeth Green says:

    Another argument in favor of abortion!

  78. 78
    Jager says:

    @Redshift: No, they’d all drive with the traction control off.

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    Provider_UNE says:

    @Enhanced Voting Techniques:

    Thanks, I remember reading some of that shit back in the day and will promptly bookmark the link.

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    celticdragonchick says:

    I am one of the few people here who is an unabashed gun enthusiast. I own two assault rifles, a .30-06 for hunting and a British Brown Bess musket (2nd land pattern) for Rev War reenacting…and for the life of me I cannot understand why this buffoon needs two handguns in a committee meeting.

    I won’t even get into the issue of dropping the (loaded) weapon. My God.

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    me says:

    I think it is insane he carries one gun, but the fact that he carries two makes this even better.

    How else would this happen?

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    trollhattan says:

    @Elizabelle:

    Let’s just presume the NRA is all over correcting that Florida outrage, m’kay?

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    bemused says:

    @burnspbesq:

    Thinking about some of the wingnuts of the same caliber around here, no, they don’t. They’re not that bright but feel like the sharpest guys on the block. They must be because Fox and rightwing media confirm their beliefs every day.

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    MikeBoyScout says:

    Kyle, armed and dangerous and occasionally queasy, Tasker has a bio up on his family biz web site

    After graduating from Coe-Brown Northwood Academy, Kyle attended Keene State College for a semester, but ultimately returned home to carry on the tradition of working for the family well drilling business. Kyle is a loyal worker with a great deal of energy; on job sites, he supplies humor and a strong back for the crew. Getting downright dirty on the job is something Kyle was born to do and everyday he proves his devotion to the company by assisting his father (Jeff) and uncle (Dan).
    Kyle takes great pride in the family business and has grown from a young boy visiting his father on the job sites to a valuable, active member of the well drilling team. Kyle is currently serving as a Republican member of the NH House of Representatives. When not working, Kyle enjoys hunting, working out at the gym, biking and hiking with his dog Daisy, and hanging out with his friends.

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    trollhattan says:

    BTW, fair time and all, our favoritest gun-packer-head-for-the-airport…oops! assemblyman is claiming that he was just protecting the kids and also, too, liberal-Mexican death threats are the reason he needs one to begin with.

    http://blogs.sacbee.com/capito.....-case.html

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    g says:

    @eric:

    Libtards like all y’all just love to play the victim card so you would never carry the means to protect yourselves from the vermin from the underculture growing and seething in our decaying once-great Land in its legislative halls and meeting rooms.

    Fixed that fer ya.

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    Citizen_X says:

    When a police officer points his firearm that’s not gonna make me feel threatened? If I’ve been trained to respond to that with force am I justified in blowing a cop away because I’m quicker on the draw, and he already pointed his firearm at me?

    I’m sorry, but at this point I would almost welcome them starting their holy Civil War II. Stupid fuckers will get themselves killed in a week.

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    pragmatism says:

    @trollhattan: for his kid’s safety, he put his loaded gun in his computer case. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    Calouste says:

    @Redshift:

    I don’t think a sportscar would be a less dangerous compensation for inadequacy for them, but at least it would involve some danger for themselves as well and not just for others.

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    Dave C says:

    Real men wear nunchucks.

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    pseudonymous in nc says:

    @El Cid:

    I seriously wish to approach the NRA et al for backing for the Million Young Black, Mexican, and Muslim Men’s March for the 2nd Amendmenr, requiring that every man attending be under 30 and be carrying a concealed handgun, to host stops in Washington, DC, as well as Tampa, Houston, Indiannapolis, and more.

    No, the Million Young Black, Mexican and Muslim Men’s March For The Second Amendment needs to stop in places like New Hampshire, Idaho and rural Florida so that the local sons-of-liberty in their NRA chapters can share their knowledge and experience on how to best use their concealed handguns.

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    A former State Senate in Michigan did the same thing about 10 years ago.

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    Ben Cisco says:

    @mk3872: I’m stealing that.

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    JS says:

    No one watches cop shows here?

    Obviously the second gun is a “clean”, unmarked piece to plant on the victim. Not every state has self-defense laws as gun-friendly as Florida.

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    nellcote says:

    @JGabriel:

    The only way this could have been better is if it went off and hit him in his own foot.

    Well since they were discussing an abortion bill, it would have been perfect if he had shot his dick off.

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    Tasker routinely wears two guns in a shoulder holster to legislative meetings.

    Jesus fuck.

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    mothra says:

    And how did they get this crazy? By listening to Rush, etc, and having a media that has treated Rush, etc as if they were credible people with normally functioning personalities. All of this eruption of insanity-I do not know where we are headed.

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    mothra says:

    @nellcote:

    Beautiful!

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    Anne Laurie says:

    @muddy:

    In VT a hunting license is permission to carry, but I don’t see people doing it (or perhaps they are better about it, I dunno).

    When we moved to Massachusetts, the locals told us that New Hampshire existed to give even the dumbest, ugliest, most miserable Masshole someone to look down upon. And therefore every north-of-MA person who wasn’t dumb, ugly and miserable promptly figured that out, and moved to Vermont, which is why NH is widest at the ‘base’ (southern end) and Vermont at its northern ‘head end’. I’ve been living here for just shy of 25 years now, and nothing in my experience leads me to doubt this explanation.

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    josephdietrich says:

    Personally, I’d just like to know how the side effects of giving blood cause one’s gun to loosen in its holster to the point that it falls out.

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    PoliticalHack says:

    Anybody who has donated blood KNOWS that they will be impaired to some extent for the hours after donation. Not impaired as in “falling-down drunk” impaired, but impaired enough that the donation center suggests you not drive or participate in any dangerous activities.

    What kind of moron, knowing that, carries multiple firearms in that condition?

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    Mouse-Bear says:

    I thought this was the same guy who was writing graphic rape/murder porn and wants to kill cops but that was a different N.H. elected official.

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    El Cid says:

    So why wasn’t he carrying 3 or 4 guns? Does he hate guns? Is he against the 2nd Amendment? How does carrying only 2 handguns show your love for freedom?

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    Ruckus says:

    @Professor:
    The ARE his manhood.

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    Ruckus says:

    @PoliticalHack:
    What kind of moron, knowing that, carries multiple firearms in that condition?

    What kind of moron carries any firearm in a government committee meeting?

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    Yutsano says:

    @Ruckus:

    What kind of moron, knowing that, carries multiple firearms in that condition?

    I think you answer your own question.

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    It’s a damn shame the tree of liberty wasn’t watered with his patriotic blood.

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