Friday, December 28, 2012


The irrefutable logic is  
The asinine, illogical logic of liberals is that we will somehow all be safer if the law-abiding citizens turn in their guns. Just as safe as we are now in gun-free zones in schools and shopping malls.
Dianne Feinstein To Introduce Sweeping Gun Control Bill On First Day Of Congress
December 28, 2012
in Front Page, U.S. Constitution
Dianne Feinstein
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., plans to introduce sweeping gun-control legislation at the beginning of the congressional session in January.

“It [the bill] will ban the sale, the transfer, the transportation and the possession” of certain weapons, the California senator said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “Not retroactively, but prospectively. And it will ban the same for big clips, drums or strips of more than 10 bullets.”

The senator describes the proposal as a version of the assault-weapons ban that expired in 2004.

Feinstein’s legislation ban scores of firearms, including military-style “assault” weapons and high-capacity ammunition feeding devices. It also calls for the creation of a federal register that would require millions of gun owners to be fingerprinted and photographed.
AND THE NEXT STEP AFTER REGISTRATION IS CONFISCATION. The knock on the door at 2 AM is just a stroke of the pen away.

Now I wonder where all those Democrats will stand on this issue that the NRA helped to get elected. 
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo On Gun Control: ‘Confiscation Could Be An Option’
In what will likely infuriate plenty of legal gun owners, New York’s Gov. Andrew Cuomo said this afternoon that he’d like the state’s legislature to consider all options in debating new gun control measures, including “confiscation” of “assault” weapons or “mandatory sales to the state” and “permitting.” 
The state legislature will likely debate new gun-related laws after the governor introduces the thought in his upcoming State of the State address on January 9th, 2013.
TheBlaze reports that Cuomo told Albany’s WGDJ-AM that while gun control hasn’t been on the docket recently, he plans to reach out to state legislators and eventually submit a proposal for new laws. One of his stated goals is to change state laws regarding the possession of so-called “assault” weapons and high-capacity ammunition magazines.
According to Cuomo, his state’s existing laws regarding those matters have “more holes than Swiss cheese.”
“I don’t think legitimate sportsmen are going to say, ‘I need an assault weapon to go hunting,’” he said, echoing the sentiment of many other pro-gun control advocates before him, while noting: “I understand the rights of gun owners; I understand the rights of hunters.”
The governor then laid out several ideas for how the state would enforce stricter laws on those so-called “assault” weapons: “Confiscation could be an option. Mandatory sale to the state could be an option. Permitting could be an option — keep your gun but permit it,” he said.
I think the governor of New York jumped the gun (no pun intended) on this announcement. He should have waited until after he got the gun owners to register their guns first. And to think that Albany, New York is only 167 miles away from Lexington, Massachusetts. 

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