Deepak Chopra: People who use abusive language shouldn’t own guns

http://twitter.com/#!/DeepakChopra/status/244450924913889281

We’re certain that Deepak Chopra is as anti-gun as they come; gun-shy Piers Morgan has him on speed dial for those moments when a gun tragedy just can’t go to waste. But if anyone shouldn’t have the right to own a firearm, it’s the potty-mouthed Twitter trolls on Chopra’s otherwise-transcendent timeline.

@DeepakChopra so you can only have a gun if you don’t swear? Grow up.

— @CurtisEdgar (@CurtisEdgar) September 8, 2012

Guns are for cowards "@CurtisEdgar: @DeepakChopra so you can only have a gun if you don’t swear? Grow up."

— Deepak Chopra (@DeepakChopra) September 8, 2012

Speaking of those pesky Twitter followers, here’s one seeking clarification on the whole “guns are for cowards” issue.

@DeepakChopra @CurtisEdgar DEEPAK CHOPRA CALLS ALL MILITARY AND POLICE FORCES COWARDS

— Icklerabridged (@Icklerabridged) September 8, 2012

@Icklerabridged @CurtisEdgar referring to street guns obviously

— Deepak Chopra (@DeepakChopra) September 8, 2012

@Icklerabridged coward!

— Deepak Chopra (@DeepakChopra) September 8, 2012

Ah, “street guns” are the problem. Sounds like some sort of racist code language to us.

@DeepakChopra @curtisedgar What if a coward breaks into your house?

— Jason Helmstetler (@Helmstetler828) September 8, 2012

@CurtisEdgar @Helmstetler828 I feel safe being vulnerable! To each his own. Peace

— Deepak Chopra (@DeepakChopra) September 8, 2012

Wait, Chopra says he prefers to feel vulnerable and then adds, “to each his own?” As in, own a gun if you’d rather not feel vulnerable? Sounds pretty libertarian to us. Maybe some tweets from earlier in the day will clarify. To each his own, huh?

If we are truly pro-life we should outlaw the sale of guns.

— Deepak Chopra (@DeepakChopra) September 8, 2012

Security is peace consciousness. Insecurity is gun consciousness.

— Deepak Chopra (@DeepakChopra) September 8, 2012

We’re getting the feeling we’re about one tweet away from either spiritual transcendence or absolute meaninglessness. Let’s try one more tweet.

I am this will soon become I am that. Only I am is timeless #CosmicConsciousness

— Deepak Chopra (@DeepakChopra) September 8, 2012

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