Thursday, December 30, 2010

Federal Felony = 'Loophole' in the Law?

Apparently so according to the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Ownership. From their FB page on internet sales of firearms:
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence: of course there is still a loophole in some states if the internet seller is an unregulated "private" gun seller.
When called on that they reply:
Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence: The driving-over to deliver loophole?
So once called on their blatant BS, they move the goalposts and try and change the subject.

Fairly typical when one of their supporters believes this:
I saw a tv program showing anyone can order guns on the internet, inlcuding minors. There's a form, but it's also set up to enter a different mailing address.
So this continues the trend that gun control advocates generally have no clue about firearms or the laws/regulations that cover them. We have their members, their FB IT guy and their board members (like Joan Peterson) regularly making completely fabricated claims and statements.

Combine this w/ them obtaining much of their information from bad cop shows/movies and poorly researched hit pieces in the MSM and you have a culture of ignorance that seems to wallow in the fact that they DON'T know what they're talking about.

They tout one unnamed, alleged NRA member in an article and claim "The organization is out of step with even its own members" while their own members are out of step w/ reality.

And they wonder why they're having problems.

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drjim said...

I think their motto should be "My mind is made up, so don't confuse me with the FACTS!".

Linoge said...

Crap on a crutch... These people expect us to unquestioningly give them free reign to warp our country's laws to meet their particular fears and hysteria, and yet they have absolutely no idea even what the current laws are.

And they wonder why we point and laugh so much...

Sarah said...

I didn't think they were quite this dumb. Clearly, I was wrong and overestimated them. My bad.

Robin said...

It is not stupidity, Sarah. Their misrepresentations are intentional.

45superman said...

They had might as well start referring to the first ten amendments to the Constitution as the "Bill of Loopholes."