OF COURSE I CAN.
From Erick Erickson, prominent right-wing radio host:
An adult wrote that.
The central thesis of this prose poem is that it's too dangerous to see Star Wars because, I gather (although it's not explicit) the Administration can't keep terrorists from doing something involving metal inside a theater showing a Star Wars film.
There are many points here, but just to start:
1. People do, in fact, get shot in movie theaters. Just not by terrorists from other countries.
2. There are somewhere around 270 million guns in America. There are around 2.7 million federal employees, That's only ONE member of the Administration per ONE HUNDRED GUNS. How's one dude gonna keep his eye on a hundred guns? Can't be done. If someone wants to shoot you, no, the Administration can't really protect you. Sorry.
3. Since 2012, 16 people have been killed violently in American movie theaters, 12 of them in one incident (committed by a native-born US citizen who bought his arsenal of guns and ammunition legally, I might add). That's about the number of people killed in motor vehicle accidents in 5 hours. The real "threat scenario" is driving to the fucking theater.
4. Nobody gives a shit if you see Star Wars or not.
Jesus, these people.