Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Sen. Ed Murray of Seattle: are you lying about not knowing

that "Screw the 4th Amendment" part was in your bill? 

Especially since
Here's the trick. The guy filed the exact same bill w/ said provision in 2010.  Just nobody paid attention to it then.
 16 (5) In order to continue to possess an assault weapon that was
17 legally possessed on the effective date of this section, the person
18 possessing the assault weapon shall do all of the following:
19 (a) Safely and securely store the assault weapon. The sheriff of
20 the county may, no more than once per year, conduct an inspection to
21 ensure compliance with this subsection;
So who did write the bill and why didn't any of these polished turds read the bill?

Oh right, because all they care about is banning guns and they don't care how many other rights they trample on in the process. They're only upset they got caught

Exactly.  This time it got attention, so it became 'a mistake'.

Never forget what the enemy is: oathbreakers who consider the Constitution something to be ignored when it gets in their way.  And their word is worth nothing.


Luton Ian said...

'fraid this isn't cute girls in sheep costumes, but it is good.

"Justice often requires that you do not do what you have the power to do. Thus, the powerful and the influential, be they individuals, groups or organizations, usually find justice to be a hindrance to the realization of their designs. The same is true, on a theoretical level, for many ideologues and idealists. They understand that the implementation of their ideas and ideals for 'another and better world' would be virtually impossible if it had to conform to the requirements of justice -- if they had to respect not only the different ideas and ideals but also the skepticism of others.

Here, we can see part of the point of H.L.Mencken's famous saying that 'Injustice is relative easy to bear; it is justice that stings'. Justice, if rigorously enforced, deprives the powerful, the ideologues and the idealists of much of the possibilities for enacting their schemes. Justice, if cherished as an objective value, stands as a forceful rebuke of the self-congratulation with which such people usually propose their plans and projects.

The whole thing is good (long and intense, but good), there are still some libertarians in Europe, and in academia, the author taught at a couple of Belgian universities injustice

Luton Ian said...

Have you seen the (alleged) police target of a small child with a gun?

Firehand said...

I have seen a couple of posts on that; unfortunately, a lot of agencies would probably- may have already- jumped on them.

I'm hoping for a bit of confirmation from somewhere of particular agencies using them. Though at this point I imagine "No comment" is the best you'd get.