Tuesday, February 19, 2013

IL State Sen. Munoz: Gun Owners Always Responsible

Apologists keep trying to say that bills allowing for warrantless searches are 'accidents' (like in WA) or that bills banning guns to single shot (like in CT) aren't 'serious' but they keep cropping up, don't they?

And in IL, State Sen. Munoz wants you to be responsible for what is done w/ your gun even if it's stolen (plus a $1m insurance policy). 
 Provides that a person shall be deemed the owner of a firearm after the firearm is lost or stolen until such loss or theft is reported to the police department or sheriff of the jurisdiction in which the owner resides.
So never mind that no insurance company is going to offer it, let's say I go visit my mom for the holidays.  Jimmy Meth-head breaks into my home, crowbars my safe and then goes and robs the local quickie-mart after selling all my other guns to his buddies for more drugs while I'm away.  According to Munoz, it's MY fault and I have to pay for all the damages.

I normally try to keep the blog family friendly but Fuck You Munoz. You can take your 'insurance policy' and your bill and stuff it up your ass, right next to your head.  You stay in your jerrymandered district and let the rest of the (much lower crime ridden) state run itself.

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Pyrotek85 said...

If the laws they propose "aren't serious" then why bother proposing them? Are they admitting that they're just wasting time? Come on that's not even a good lie.

Erin Palette said...

Doesn't NRA membership come with an insurance policy for your guns, just in case they are lost or stolen?

Don't these idiots realize they are essentially driving every gun owner to become NRA members?

Pyrotek85 said...


That'd make it easier to round us up wouldn't it? Just a coincidence I'm sure.

Rob Crawford said...

How about this -- if a released convict commits a crime, then ALL of the following are held responsible and must serve the same prison sentence as the convict:

o Officials of the prison system which released the convict

o The highest ranking officer in the local police department

o All elected officials having authority over the local police department

Why? Well, the prison clearly released someone who hadn't been reformed, and have to be responsible for the failure to carry out their duty. The local officials failed to act to protect the citizens in their area from a known danger.

Chas said...

Can't we put these subversive, communist pigs in prison BEFORE they destroy America? Mr. Munoz needs a one-way ticket to Cuba.