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Celebri-ghouls The Red Hot Chili Peppers: Ban all guns, change Constitution

http://twitter.com/#!/flea333/status/280146658082320385

Flea and Chad Smith from the band The Red Hot Chili Peppers jumped aboard the celebri-ghoul train with both feet. Like their fellow celebrities, they immediately began politicizing the horrific tragedy in Newtown. 26 people are dead, including 20 children, and these cretins rush to dance on their graves to score political points.

@flea333 love you, love RHCP, but this is the dumbest tweet I’ve seen from you my man

— David Paul Miller (@JerseyBucks) December 16, 2012

Not so fast; there are more oh-so-brilliant tweets.

No civilians should be allowed to have guns. none.

— Flea (@flea333) December 14, 2012

inmany countries the cops have no guns and they do perfectly fine

— Flea (@flea333) December 14, 2012

and i dont think the cops should have guns either

— Flea (@flea333) December 14, 2012

Er. Wait, there’s even more.

change the constitution

— Flea (@flea333) December 14, 2012

His band mate, drummer Chad Smith, echoes his call to change The Constitution of the United States.

How many innocent children need to die before we “The people” make a constitutional change?

— Chad Smith (@RHCPchad) December 14, 2012

Rights? Who needs pesky rights? The Chili Peppers have spoken. Chad then retweeted the always jackassy, and snit fit prone, Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine.

RT @tmorello: It’s not complicated: Continued mass slayings of innocents by the mentally unstable is price we pay … m.tmi.me/CN8Fh

— Chad Smith (@RHCPchad) December 16, 2012

It’s not complicated: Continued mass slayings of innocents by the mentally unstable is price we pay 4 bowing down 2 extremists in gun lobby

— Tom Morello (@tmorello) December 15, 2012

Ah, yes. “Extremists” are to blame. Not the evil committing the horrific act. No, no!

Flea then retweeted these ghoul-gems.

[email protected]flea333 Yep! The founding fathers are rolling over in their graves. The 2nd amendemnet doesnt apply to 2012. We dont need guns anymore

— Mack-E Flowers (@mcktll) December 14, 2012

although this may be a few years old, the facts speak louder than all the bullshit. twitter.com/glenefriedman/…

— glen E. friedmanⓋ (@glenefriedman) December 15, 2012

In 1996, Australia banned semi-automatics. In the 18 years before, there were 13 mass shootings.Since then, none.

— Jeffrey D. Sachs (@JeffDSachs) December 15, 2012

And then continued to share his personal wisdom with Twitter.

melt them all down and turn them intosculptures. Hopefully one day in the future people will look back and sigh at these barbaric times

— Flea (@flea333) December 16, 2012

i don’t give a shit about politics. i have no agenda

— Flea (@flea333) December 16, 2012

Really? Then why the public backing of Obama and a free concert for his volunteers? Also, no agenda? Then why all the anti-gun zealotry?

@flea333 wouldn’t wanting to ban guns mean having an agenda? No hate meant here, just an observation.

— Josh Olson (@JoshOlson6) December 16, 2012

@flea333 If you don’t care about politics then why do you keep tweeting about no guns???

— Rachel Slotnick (@RachelPeppers) December 16, 2012

Well, Flea, maybe you should give a hoot and get an interest in reality. Start by talking to these Twitter users.

@flea333 are u for real there banned in the uk, an where I live not a day goes by where someone doesn’t get shot, it will make no difference

— Lionel Richtea (@chris_hurst84) December 16, 2012

@flea333 I’m not giving up a right our founding fathers fought for.

— Matt Conlan (@mconlan24) December 16, 2012

@flea333 I suppose that would work as well as our ban on drugs, murder, and rape. Cars kill more people than guns.

— Jared Smith (@SmittyTJ) December 16, 2012

@flea333 There has never been a gun in history that killed someone. It takes one with the will to pull the trigger. Wise up.

— Tim Loudenslager (@TimLoudenslager) December 16, 2012

@flea333 you are a great musician, but a fucking idiot if you think we should ban guns

— michael micchia (@micchia2) December 16, 2012

@flea333i’d ban guns too if I was a millionaire that paid people to protect me… you outta go walk some streets outside your compound

— Bruce530 (@bruce530) December 16, 2012

@flea333 There’s only one problem. Even if guns are banned, people will still find a way to get their hands on one to murder innocent people

— Philna 🙂 (@philnavv) December 16, 2012

@flea333 banning guns will not stop a psycho from obtaining a weapon and it takes away our self defense.

— Duncan O’Keeffe (@DunkOKeeffe) December 16, 2012

@flea333 but when you are in your home (as i was), and someone is standing over you, trust me, my gun saved my life !!

— tonya rutherford (@tigermom48) December 16, 2012

Flea would rather Twitter user Tonya had been unarmed. Perhaps Flea should also talk to these conservative women, who understand that a real war on women is being waged by anti-gun zealots.

Dear Red Hot Chili Peppers: Stick to Californication, not pontification. Thanks!

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