What we were all predicting...it’s Bush’s fault
I prefer to use the word “enabled” in reference to zero and his being a muslim.
I just heard a blurb on TV that “All American soldiers will be “safer’” on bases because of this, because they are planning to restrict guns even more
How stupid are they? If those soldiers were armed he would never have gotten off as many shots..
Give us a break...blame the guy that invented guns. No, blame Adam and Eve.
The guy that pulled the trigger is a terrorist. He would have gotten 4 armed men by the time they unslung their weapons and fired. Would you then be happy?
This is Islamic jihad. Islam hates us and is going to do this at a mall near you.
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This has my blood boiling. William Blythe, these deaths are on your slate.
If any American servicemember with a combat MOS isn’t fit to carry any personal or military issue firearm at ALL times, then they aren’t fit to carry one in theater and should be discharged. Otherwise, ALL military servicemembers should be permitted to carry any personal or military firearm they want anywhere US jurisdiction applies, ie, EVERYWHERE in the US. PERIOD.
Here's a news flash, senior officers don't like the idea of all of their subordinates being armed virtually at all times.
When I went to boot camp we drilled with demilled Garands and were only given a picture of a 1911 .45 at the pistol range. That was the extent of my weapons training.
On base or deployed even the bosun's would catch sh*t for a larger than issued marlin spike.
The officer corps and the civilians in charge don't give a f*ck if you are able to protect yourself, they just want you to obey.
Thank you for this post. I’m gonna make it an email. Let ‘em sue me.
So while Clinton was vastly EXPANDING the federal agents who could carry a firearm (poultry inspectors were authorized to carry a firearm when on the job), he was LIMITING the soldier’s ability to defend themselves.
“A Clinton Administration revision to Department of Defense Directive 5210.56 Army Regulation 190-14, dated 12 March 1993 permits the Secretary of the Army to authorize military personnel to carry firearms on a case by case basis for personal protection within the continental United States, but forbids military personnel to carry their own personal firearms and both requires a credible and specific threat before firearms be issued for military personnel to protect themselves. It further directs that firearms not be issued indiscriminately for that purpose.
Frankly I don't care whose fault it was. Fix it. Fix it now.