Saturday, August 14, 2010

Start out feeling bad, and then read this about the gun bigots in DC

The U.S. government opposed South Korea’s bid to sell hundreds of thousands of aging U.S. combat rifles to American gun collectors, a senior government official said Thursday.

The ministry announced the plan last September as part of efforts to boost its defense budget, saying the export of the M1 Garand and carbine rifles would start by the end of 2009.

The U.S. administration put the brakes on the plan, citing “problems” that could be caused by the importation of the rifles.

The problems the U.S. government cited were somewhat ambiguous, said an official at the Ministry of National Defense on condition of anonymity.

“The U.S. insisted that imports of the aging rifles could cause problems such as firearm accidents. It was also worried the weapons could be smuggled to terrorists, gangs or other people with bad intentions,” the official told The Korea Times
Absolute effing bullshit; this is Obama & Co. showing their anti-gun-owner colors. They can't openly work to ban guns or restrict them the way they'd like to, but they can do this.

Bastards. What a damned waste.

1 comment:

Keith said...

If the Norks wanted to get guns to terrorists, I guess they'd do quietly, unless the "terrorists" your administration is thinking about consists of ordinary US gun owners?