Skip to comments.Justice worked on new gun safety recommendations
Posted on 12/17/2012 5:03:07 PM PST by Red SteelEdited on 12/17/2012 5:05:36 PM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department has been investigating new ways to curb gun violence in the United States, including expanding and automating earlier this year the federal databases used in background checks on gun purchasers and coming up with new ideas for legislation to be considered by Congress and the White House.
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The only guns that will ever be confiscated by the government is from law abiding citizens. The street gangs will always have theirs.
If only we could come up with a way to curb the violence committed by DOJ/ATF provided guns under Fast and Furious.
That would save a lot of lives in Mexico and the U.S.
How about trying Holder and the other DOJ/ATF/DEA agents involved in this deadly fiasco for criminally negligent activities resulting in deaths?
Works for me.
They wont give them up!
Having guns when you need them is good for safety.
“If only we could come up with a way to curb the violence committed by DOJ/ATF provided guns under Fast and Furious.”
I’ll add to your post. The DOJ/ATF murdered more children at Waco than died at the Connecticut school. These federal Gestapo mass murderers need to be arrested and charged.
How the heck is expanding the data base on lawful owners of guns going to prevent crime?
I would like to expand the data base on government gun runners. That at least IS A CRIME.
No shooter can get us all.
The last several times I was filling out Form 4473 I would always comment “are the ATF agents running guns to Mexico filling these out too?”....and say it loud enough so that everybody around me heard it.
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