Skip to comments.The Myths of Mitt Romney (vanity)
Posted on 12/23/2007 10:27:07 AM PST by AFA-Michigan
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You can’t lie about Jan Mickelson and win Iowa. No way.
- Alleged Republican Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, July 1, 2004, after signing permanent assault weapons ban
Just noticed your tag line. We may be the only Alan Keyes fans left here.
Sad state of affairs. He’s the only one who even understands the problem, much less how to fix it.
I was answering the question you asked.
“I don’t believe any court could have enforced such a law. Romney fixed it so that it could be enforced and even had the NRA compromise to get it done.”
I wouldn’t call that a “fix” unless you mean fixed it for the gun grabbers.
That's exactly what I meant, of course.
One need only ask, "Why did the anti-gunners support the bill?" I don't see the anti-gunners helping to ease the burden on law-abiding citizens here in Kalifornia. The only thing in that bill for the anti-gunners was the essential patch to their gun-grabbing bill.
And anybody who claims the "grandfathering" of present owners means this is not a "grab" is fooling themselves.
There will be people like me who refuse to register a gun that is already in my safe. I had to export some of my rifles to a free state. Even today I can't fire my $2000 AR-10 target rifle.
Then there is the fact that nobody can buy such guns after the passage of the infringement. My friends and family who could benefit from my advice on what arms are suitable for their use, are unable to own the very weapons that I am familiar with and recommend.
And the final insult is that the state has outlawed inheritance by my children of the infringed arms. If I really still "owned" these rifles, then I would be able to pass them on to my children with the rest of my estate. That is now outlawed.
The anti-gunners only survive because it is illegal to treat them as they deserve to be treated.
Romney has flip-flopped on most every issue but is too stupid to change his gun banning ways.
That alone should tell everyone he is an empty suit that isn’t ready for prime-time.
Post 15 does not say anything worthwhile. You do not show you know so much about the NRA. If you can find your way to their web site, even you might find that anyone can buy a lifetime membership for $1,000.
Say hi to your pal Moses for me.
TDS, obviously, you don’t know when to quit.
Well aware that you can buy yourself a “life membership” in the NRA. Any other NRA secrets you want to share?
Point is that not everyone knows that’s the case, so when The Great Prevaricator boasts without explanation that he’s a “life member” of the NRA, it’s obvious he’s trying to leave the uninformed with the impression that he’s been a member for a long time.
“I’m a life member of the NRA.” (yeah, since August 06)
“I’ve hunted all my life.” (yeah, twice, 40 years apart)
“I was always for life.” (yeah, I know you’ll think that means I’ve been politically pro-life, but the truth is that I spent my entire political career — til running for prez — supporting Roe v Wade and abortion on demand.)
My “pal” has suffered from severe Alzheimer’s for several years, so sadly I can’t tell him anything. He and Ronald Reagan. A great tragedy that those two men spent their last years oblivious to what their lives meant to so many.
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