We are pleased that the Administration appears to conform with the Congressional leaderships position on this very important issue. Importantly, the White House website no longer calls for the reinstatement of the 1994 ban. In fact, it expressly acknowledges the great conservation legacy of Americas hunters. We share that appreciation for hunters and are committed to defending our Second Amendment rightswhich is why we believe that additional gun control laws are unnecessary. Instead, authorities need to enforce laws that are already in place.
They're just waiting for the right moment. Maybe if the Soldier killer had some cojones, and had pressed his attack into the recruiting center, or the guards at the holocaust center hadn't been quite so on the ball, they might have had enough blood to dance in.
Except for laws which allow permanent bans on keeping and bearing arms as part of a specific criminal sentence (you know that due process thing) most all current "gun" laws should not be enforced, they should be declared unconstitutional or repealed, preferably both.
posted on 06/12/2009 9:54:00 PM PDT
by El Gato
("The Second Amendment is the RESET button of the United States Constitution." -- Doug McKay)
To: El Gato
Maybe if the Soldier killer had some cojones, and had pressed his attack into the recruiting center, or the guards at the holocaust center hadn't been quite so on the ball, they might have had enough blood to dance in.
There were enough dead this last spring, about 40 dead in 4 incidents, i.e. the ethnic Chinese guy from Vietnam in upstate NY, a white guy on a rampage including his family and former employer in two small towns in southern Alabama, the North Carolina nursing home massacre and another incident that escapes my recall, IIRC.
Brady et al. were foaming at the mouth. They want bills for access to medical/psychiatric records. The national rats don't want to touch the Second Amendment, except to embrace it. IMHO, they are very shy about gun control.
posted on 06/13/2009 12:00:08 AM PDT
(Xin loi minh oi)
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