Quote of the Day

From Nancy Pelosi:

We don’t want to take their guns away. We want them registered. We don’t want them crossing state lines.

Sorry Nancy.  It’s not going to happen.  I’m not going to register mine.  I think enough people feel the same way it’ll work out the same way it did in Canada.  For Pennsylvanians, if you live in the following Congressional Districts, be sure to contact your Congress Critter:

  • District 3 – Kathleen A Dahlkemper
  • District 4 – Jason Altimire
  • District 10 – Christopher Carney
  • District 11 – Paul E. Kanjorski
  • District 12 – John P. Murtha
  • District 17 – Tim Holden

These are our Congressional delegation that likes to claim some “blue dog” credentials.  I have left out the radical liberals, though they should hear from you too, just with a different message.  Be sure to express skepticism that by supporting the Democratic Party, you’re supporting your rights.  Even though Congressman like Jason Altmire are very pro-gun, they have to fear other Democrats tarnishing them with talk of gun control.  That’s the only way we’re going to shut Pelosi up, if her Blue Dogs feel like they might be in trouble if she pushes something.

6 thoughts on “Quote of the Day”

  1. I feel the same way. Imagine if we made a national campaign of this. Demonstrations. Flyers in gun stores. Blogs and forum posts, etc. Convince as many people as possible to not register their guns. What would the government do when confronted with the fact that there was millions upon millions of new “criminals” out there?

  2. This at the same time as the CDFG announces new bear hunting seasons to raise revenue by attracting out-of-state hunters. Hard to hunt a bear without a gun, Nancy. I rather think that you may want to rethink that crossing-state-lines thing.

    Seriously, why would she deliberately target hunters? Is she daft?

  3. Carl in Chicago: Thanks for posting that document. I hadn’t seen that before. Lots of great stuff in there.

  4. RoughRider:

    You are more than welcome. In my mind, that article is one of the recent go-to scholarly sources for information relevant to considerations of gun control in general, but specifically, discussions of registration and confiscation.

    And the two certainly must be considered together.

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