Sunday, March 01, 2015

"You're a DEMOCRAT, how dare you openly criticize The Obama!"

The Democrat Party at work.

Probably the actual long-term aim of this: to make complying with the 'law'(as ATF happens to interpret it at that phase of the moon) as difficult and expensive as possible.
While the banning of these popular cartridges is the most visible and immediate effect of ATF’s shifting policy, the “Framework” has other serious implications. It will, for example, inhibit the development and use of rifle ammunition containing non-lead materials, even as efforts are afoot both at the federal and state levels to impose bans or restrictions on lead ammunition. The eventual collision of these trends could result in drastically reduced options for lawful ammunition users.

You want politically-correct bigotry in action?  "But she's a JEW!"

At a campus in Californicated.  Wonderful, isn't it?

This'll stir things a bit:
St. Louis Circuit Judge Robert Dierker ruled that the Missouri law prohibiting felons from possessing guns is unconstitutional as applied in the case of Raymond Robinson, in part because it fails to differentiate between violent and non-violent felons.

The amendment declares the right to keep and bear arms “unalienable” and subjects laws restricting gun rights to “strict scrutiny.”

Dierker limited his decision to the circumstances of Robinson’s situation; it is not binding on other cases. It also has no effect on a federal law prohibiting felons from possession guns.

Remember that piece the other day about the cops, prosecutors and other lawyers all lying under oath- repeatedly- to screw a guy?  Good question:
But here’s my question: Why aren’t the seven witnesses to Dendinger’s nonexistent assault on Cassard already facing felony charges? Why are all but one of the cops who filed false reports still wearing badges and collecting paychecks? Why aren’t the attorneys who filed false reports facing disbarment? Dendinger’s prosecutors both filed false reports, then prosecuted Dendinger based on the reports they knew were false. They should be looking for new careers — after they get out of jail.

If a group of regular citizens had pulled this on someone, they’d all likely be facing criminal conspiracy charges on top of the perjury and other charges. So why aren’t these cops and prosecutors?
Also, why haven't all the lawyers been disbarred?  Or isn't repeated perjury enough of an offense?

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