Saturday, January 19, 2008
"The League urged the Court to ensure that states retain the ability to keep guns out of the hands of "violent bigots."
The follow the collectivist view even though no historical evidence supports it. And they call others extremist.
Would the Brady Campaign support Non-FFL access to NICS for private sales?
Yes or no?
Not like it matters. Arms and the Law reports the VA bill died in committee. VT parents are "upset" even though Cho didn't go to a show nor used a private sale. The Brady's must feel proud lying to these people like they are and writing these bills in the blood of the victims.
Friday, January 18, 2008
Another insult to the intelligence of the world at large, closing the gun show loop-hole exactly how is this going to reduce crime? With the rational that the Brady Bunch uses to justify absurd laws such as this, they could toss in that this law will brighten teeth, Cure bad breath caused by gingivitis. As with most of the anti-freedom, diatribes it is simple conjured, made up of the stuff of dreams, some star dust, a little “Open pit Barbecue” sauce, and a fart!
Paul tosses in a hyperlink to a NORC/
“All the same, I have read reports that some Virginia Delegates plan to spurn the Virginia Tech families, ignore the evidence, and stubbornly refuse to close the gun show loophole.” Paul you really are sick and sadistic, you were out of the shoot right after the VT tragedy attempting to solicit money. Who really spurns the families?
U.S. Capitol Police arrested a man carrying a shotgun outside the Capitol building Friday. This guy really sounds like the kind of guy the Brady Bunch would eat up with a spoon. 30 rounds of shotgun ammunition, and had a backpack with a compound bow and Samurai sword, the man was wearing a tactical vest. Are they sure this guy is not just a left over from the
But he did do the country a favor; he got the government to shut down for awhile. That makes the world a better place when people like Pelosi arguably the stupidest woman on the planet are shut up at least no bad things happen.
But let’s face it most of what’s in
Thursday, January 17, 2008
I am so sorry for not posting sooner but I see Third came out of hiding to keep things moving.
Thank you Third.
Been a busy week, one trip to
Let’s see Global warming appears to be called off, Greenland is reporting extreme cold temperature a Balmy -25 C that’s -13 F for those in the US, And translation for the criminals in the state house in Trenton New Jersey, that's really cold so steal some more money from the tax payers to waste on entitlements to keep the brainless thieves in the state house. (They really don't need a reason to steal, but just in case.)
NASA has new pictures of the planet Mercury, They look a lot like the ones they had before. But they assure us these are better.
And the usual, whining
But I did find a piece written awhile back by “David Kopel” titled “Trust the People: The Case against Gun Control” http://www.cato.org/pub_display.php?pub_id=975
This short piece concludes with a question. Who is more trustworthy, the government or the people?
Well Boys and Girls this is a really simple question. All you need do is look at the government from the local to
They include current Rep. Corrine Brown (D-Fla), whose trail of bad debts, lies to Congress and misstatements to the Internal Revenue Service have spawned a number of investigations
Rep. James Moran (D-VA) whose wife has charged him with abuse, who has assaulted other members of Congress on the floor of the House and is a former stockbroker whose judgment in trades is so bad he is, broke from poor investments.
Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz (R-UT) who kited more than a million dollars in bad checks and ended up in prison.
Senator Ted (Swimmer) Kennedy has stiffed many creditors from past campaigns.
Some research found 117 current and recent members of the House and Senate who have run at least two businesses each that went bankrupt, often leaving business partners and creditors holding the bag.
Seventy-one of them have credit reports so bad they can't get an American Express card on their own (but as members of Congress, they get a government-issued Amex card without a credit check).
Fifty-three have personal and financial problems so serious they would be denied security clearances by the Department of Defense or the Department of Energy if they had to apply through normal channels (but, again, as members of Congress they get such clearances simply because they fooled enough people to get elected).
Twenty-nine members of current and recent Congresses have been accused of spousal abuse in either criminal or civil proceedings.
Twenty-seven have driving while intoxicated arrests on their driving records. Like Teddy “Hic” Kennedy but someone died because of this scum.
Twenty-one are current defendants in various lawsuits, ranging from bad debts, disputes with business partners or other civil matters.
Nineteen members of current and recent Congresses have been accused of writing bad checks, even after the scandal several years ago, which resulted in closure of the informal House bank that routinely allowed members to overdraw their accounts without penalty.
Fourteen have drug-related arrests in their background.
Eight were arrested for shoplifting
Seven for fraud.
Four for theft,
Three for assault and one for criminal trespass.
I seriously doubt I would hire these people to wash the windows.
The question; who is more trustworthy, the government or the people? The answer in simple….
Have a wonderful weekend folks.
Wednesday, January 16, 2008
My connection won't allow for inserted links so just follow the one on the blog list or follow the link in comments.
Tuesday, January 15, 2008
DOJ Cert. Brief:
Who were they trying to appease w/ this one? Was it their attempt to kiss everybody’s asses and not make waves for the upcoming elections? If it was, they only succeeded in pissing us off and giving ammo to the anti’s out there as they will convieniently ignore anything that says “individual right” to promote the “gun bans are OK” statements. Not that Bush really cares. He’s in Lame Duck status and it may be noted that none of the GOP contenders are asking for his endorsement.
NRA statement on DOJ Cert:
Weak. Weak. Weak. Hopefully their Cert. will have more in the way of cajones. This was so fluffy it could be in competition as a fabric softener.
ATF on Broken Semi-auto machineguns:
I guess the dealer I bought my 1911 from sold me a machine-gun as I had to send it back to keep it from double-tapping on me.
But the BATFE isn’t reaching for convictions, no, not at all.
Maybe he f*cked up, but I’m not convinced. Especially w/ the jury-rigging and incompetence we’ve been seeing from the judiciary leaves me w/ too many unanswered questions.
Recent Miller and Helmke posts:
The usual tripe. Make it MORE illegal to commit crimes. Put the onus of crime onto legal owners who are victimized. Continue to call for bans on scary looking guns and for untested technology to be mandatory.
Monday, January 14, 2008
Who really cares.
But let’s face it Kids it is a good laugh and gives everyone a chance to hand him his ass….
Have a great day all.