Thus I have Spoken

July 3, 2008

I Knew I Was In A Minority, But, Damn!

Filed under: Firearms,Humor,Life,Politics — steamdragon @ 5:28 pm
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June 26, 2008

Heller Affirmed

Filed under: Blogging,Firearms,Life,Politics — steamdragon @ 5:48 pm
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Second Amendment an individual right.

Duh.

Remember a few months ago when I said this decision wouldn’t matter?

Well, lookie here.

An angry Mayor Richard Daley on Thursday called the Supreme Court’s overturning of the Washington D.C. handgun ban “a very frightening decision” and vowed to fight vigorously any challenges to Chicago’s ban.

It’s a big blow to those of us who believe in common sense gun laws,” Gov. Rod Blagojevich said during an appearance at a West Side community agency to announce a summer jobs program. “And as a result, it’s the wrong decision.”

So sayeth Illinois wannabe commie dictators.

Lessee who else…

Nancy? You wanted to say something?

Well I think you may have been sampling too much of your own wine. So sit down and be quiet while the grown ups talk.

b-HO says McCain is a fatty

Funny guy when he’s not on a teleprompter…

Go join Nancy and play nice, b.

At least Montana can keep its star on the flag

VPC is insisting the grass is blue and the sky green...

“Today’s opinion turns legal logic and common sense on its head. As measured in gun death and injury, handguns are our nation’s most lethal category of firearm: accounting for the vast majority of the 30,000 Americans who die from guns each year. Handguns are our nation’s leading murder and suicide tool. Yet the majority opinion offers the greatest offender the strongest legal protection. It’s analogous to the Court carving out special constitutional protection for child pornography in a First Amendment case.

“In its ruling, the Court has ignored our nation’s history of mass shootings, assassinations, and unparalleled gun violence. It has instead accepted an abstract academic argument with dangerous real-world results for residents of the District of Columbia. Thankfully, because the plaintiff in Heller did not challenge the District’s ban on “machine guns,” Washington, DC’s ban on most semiautomatic weapons, including semiauto handguns, should be unaffected.”

Funny thing for the only D.C FFL holder to say…

Well it would be fun to read and listed to the commie libertards, but I won’t waste my time.

Oh, and just so you know, we didn’t win.

This was a no win situation.

The libertards will just ignore the  SCOTUS  as all the above quotes show.

sigh.

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