Says Barack Obama, so you cousin humpers can stop buying up so many guns.Â Jim Geraghty points out:
Of course, a lot of these new Democrats in the House and Senate are A-rated by the NRA, and plenty more are B-rated. But there is now at least some chance of gun control legislation getting through Congress, a reason for gun owners to be wary of the new Congress. A few who insisted that Democrats would never make a move on this issue are beginning to sweat a little bit.
They ought to sweat.Â A lot of prominent Democrats are going to have egg on their faces if Obama follows through on his platform in regards to guns.Â We know he only supports common-sense gun safety laws, and that’s exactly what we’re afraid of.
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I’m sure there’s some kind of lesson in the fact that Remington, Hornady, and Springfield Armory aren’t asking for a bailout while GM, Ford, and Chrysler prophesy The End if they’re not rescued. I’m not sure if I can find it during finals week, though.
My favorite comment from Geraghty:
“I believe in common-sense gun safety laws.”
“Common sense laws” is subjective, particularly coming from a legislator.
Common sense, after all, dictates moves designed to ensure incumbency.
The boy’s been salivating over heading up a Democratic-majority government for a few years.
Mr Change, president-elect.
Bets on how long the honeymoon lasts?
He’s facing issues that won’t wither in the face of rhetoric.
I don’t. For example, it’s a common-sense safety issue to keep your finger out of the trigger guard until you’re ready to fire. Yet I don’t think that there should be a law to mandate doing so.
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