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Yes, I think that based on what we have been seeing following the failed push by congress to pass stricter gun control civilian disarmament laws, its pretty safe to say that the anti-gun movement can’t wait for more kids to die.
Its not a far stretch seeing as the Diane Feinstein civilian disarmament bill that was brought forth in response to the shooting that took place at Newtown was indeed sitting in her desk drawer just waiting for just such an occasion. Now, it looks to me like they have officially repositioned themselves to be the political movement that will unabashedly stand on the bodies of dead children in order to push their political agenda further down the road. Continue reading →
I wrote an article yesterday about the lack of publicity FOX Sports was giving the NRA 500 leading up-to and including the actual televised race. In that article, I suggested that the NRA should think about suing NASCAR for the sponsorship costs and that NASCAR should think about suing FOX for snubbing their race sponsor. Well, it looks like NASCAR is also not too happy about the fact that the NRA was the sponsor of the NRA 500 race Friday night at the Texas Motor Speedway…
NASCAR plans to become more involved in race-sponsorship decisions by speedways in light of the continuing controversy surrounding the National Rifle Association’s sponsorship of the Sprint Cup race Saturday at Texas Motor Speedway.
“The NRA’s sponsorship of the event at Texas Motor Speedway fit within existing parameters that NASCAR affords tracks in securing partnerships,” said NASCAR spokesman David Higdon. “However, this situation has made it clear that we need to take a closer look at our approval process moving forward, as current circumstances need to be factored in when making decisions.”
“The first conversation was when Michelle came back from doing some campaigning out in rural Iowa. And we were sitting at dinner, and she had been to a big county, a lot of driving out there, a lot of farmland.
“And she said, if I was living out in a farm in Iowa, I’d probably want a gun, too. If somebody just drives up into your driveway and you’re not home — you don’t know who these people are and you don’t know how long it’s going to take for the sheriffs to respond. I can see why you’d want some guns for protection.”
And how prey-tell does that not apply to anywhere, anyplace in the good old US of A? Stupid liberals.
Obama told a group of Democratic donors Wednesday night that the children of Sandy Hook Elementary were gunned down by a fully automatic weapon. Interestingly he misspoke at first and said semi-automatic, but then corrected himself to say fully-automatic.
So I guess the only real question is… is he truly an ignorant fool or is this all by design?
Here is the article I wrote that was published over at Ammoland yesterday. Enjoy!
A Chicago Liberal on the Huff Post defining our gun rights for us? Oh, where shall I begin…
Geoffrey R. Stone, the “Edward H. Levi Distinguished Service Professor of Law” (seriously – thats what they refer to him as) at the University of Chicago, took on the task over at the Huffington Post of defining the second amendment for us laypeople who are just too gosh-darn stupid to figure it all out for ourselves.
“He’s going to find out this is a country of the people, by the people, and for the people. And he can’t spend enough of his $27 billion to try to impose his will on the American public. They don’t want him in their restaurants, they don’t want him in their homes, they don’t want him telling what food to eat, they sure don’t want him telling what self-defense firearms to own and he can’t buy America,” said LaPierre.
Add to that, he was willing to sell to someone without knowing anything about their background, and it’s exactly the type of dangerous and illegal activity that can lead to more gun violence in our communities,” State Police Superintendent Joseph D’Amico said in a statement Thursday.
You mean doing something with your own personal property that is perfectly legal in every other state of the union? News flash: People do the exact same thing every single day with those evil cars that are purpose built to break every speed limit in the country. Can you guess which one the CDC says kills more people in this country every year?
Yeah, thats the problem with crap sandwiches that get rushed through without proper consideration. Senator Phil Boyle (R-Bay Shore) admitted on Friday that voting for Gov. Cuomo’s SAFE Act was a mistake.