Tuesday, July 1, 2008

FBI Director opposes US Constitution

HARTFORD, Conn. -- The director of the FBI is not happy with the Supreme Court's recent handgun ruling.

Robert Mueller said he tends to believe that "weapons harm people, and more often than not they harm the people carrying them."

Only according to the magically morphing Kellerman reports or maybe he's talking about his agents. And, according to the director, recognizing the 2A as an individual right will allow terrorists to run amok:

He said college campuses and small communities could be "potential incubators of terrorism" even while major cities such as New York and Los Angeles remain primary targets for terrorists.

He'ld rather his grandkids go to "gun free" colleges so they can "feel safe".


Anonymous said...

One can reasonably expect that the FBI will no longer issue firearms to agents, then?

Turk Turon said...

I thought that Mueller's comments, as quoted in the story, do not support the story's headline. Poor job of editing. Tendentious.

But shame on Mueller! Another guy who lives behind an iron wall of security saying, "No guns for you!!"

Weer'd Beard said...

+1 Carl. If guns are so horrible, why do they carry them with them everywhere???

Don said...

Yup. I'm sure that announcement will be coming any day now.

What a maroon.