Houston Democrats are a hot bed of corruption and oppression. The same area that had NAACP/African-American Democrats that were in a Houston poling station pushing Obama supporters ahead of non-Obama supporters. This comes from a Latino segment of the Democratic/Socialist segment of Houston.
Posted by: Steve White ||
Another statement on Facebook by this same representative of the people (sarc)...
One thing is for sure, while we are working up the courage to forget this horrible stain on the soul of this country, the NRA and their simple minded minions will be preparing for battle to protect the profits of the gun industry and every right wing, gun nut, wacko's right to have every imaginable gun firmly planted in their hands regardless of their state of mind.
I think we know where he stands. If you don't like guns. Fine, don't buy one. Leave the rest of the law-abiding citizens alone.
not a surprise. it's not clear this legislation will pass Congress - probably the list of banned weapons will be pared down. it's far from clear that gun owners will comply with the new legislation. the most likely consequence is that the current price of guns on "the list" will soar.
Following the meaningless, multi-cultural faith feel good memorial, I could not bring myself to watch the Champ. I listened to him from the study and agree with Charles Krauthammer. Champ's comments were decidedly political and he will most certainly attempt some form of unilateral action against firearms very soon.
I look for him to throw something into the "Fiscal Cliff" fray, exploiting and linking the tragic slaying of children (less those aborted) as leverage against the pubs and their effort to achieve smaller gov't. I doubt we have long to wait to learn of his plan.
As we all know, this fellow never wastes a crisis.
Saturday morning I was reading the NY Times (he it was handy and I like the Arts and Book Sections) and perdictably they had an editorial on gun control. Yet when I looked in the Arts Section the first three movie adds I see have weapons (handguns and shotguns) being bradished.
There may be a "don't feed the bears" component to this one. If, I say again if we discover the deceased mother took her troubled young son and her arsenal to the firing range as an attempt at mental health home therapy or bonding.... well, enough said.
Among other causes, mental illness may have a genetic or biological component. Firearms familiarization is an acquired or learned skill however. I suspect much more will be learned in the weeks ahead.
I'm sure that in supporting gun control and keeping the things out of the hands of people who shouldn't have them, Congress and the Administration will gladly support any extradition request from the Mexican AGs office for those who played 'Fast and Furious'. /sarc off
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Csll me paranoid, but I am beginning to detect a strange smell with regard to the repeated law enforcement emphasis on "weapons and ammunition origins" and the very 'close hold' release of specific information concerning the CT shootings. I believe I may be safe in assuming most women do not collect military style firearms or keep hundreds of rounds of ammo.
Assault weapons = any firearm according to gun grabbers. These self-serving politicians use these incidents to further their left-wing agenda of circumventing the Constitution. What about all the incidents where firearms have saved people's lives?
How about some transparency on Fast and Furious, Benghazi, and the routine gang-banger murders of people that occur in Chicago or any big city in the U.S. Doesn't seem to be much concern here. How about some honesty in government and the press?
Posted by: Redneck Jim ||
The 20 year old shooter could not legally buy handguns such as the 9mm (226 Sig) or 10mm Glock) he had with him. He could buy long guns unless he had been adjudicated through the legal system as someone who could not purchase firearms. A few days before the shooting, he tried to purchase three long guns and had to fulfil a waiting period and did not purchase them. He shot and killed his mother with her guns and took her guns to the school. He shot all the children with the .223 Bushmaster and then committed suicide with the Glock. Why don't these miserable individuals just commit suicide and be done with it instead of creating so much grief and misery for others in this world?
Guns banned in England and Australia (and everywhere else as a matter of fact) led to increases in violent crime. This should be repeated over and over and over and gun grabbers forced to explain why such action in the USA would be different when we have far more porous borders than most.
If they start banning Xbox games I will laugh at all the Call of Duty playing clowns who suddenly find themselves unable to play.
That being said this will blow over as more important issues arise, just like what happened with the Dark Knight Rises shooting in Colorado. In a week they'll be something else to worry about, it's the way of things now. No time to ponder, gotta check with our Iphones then run on to appointments.
Posted by: Charles ||
I have to wonder.... was the sh*tstain registered as a Democrat or a Republican?
I am thinking the former and we are playing 'guess that party'...
Sunday's Seattle Times on line was covering the tragedy non-stop, like other media, but to me the scary part were the commnets from readers; about 30% were in favor of complete elimination of all guns and cancelling the Second Amendment. if that is a representative figure for other metropolitan areas, people we got problems.
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