Thursday, January 17, 2013

Memo to the Moron in the White House: THIS is the problem.

I believe the political calculus in the Twilight Zone that is the White House is that most gun owners are GOP, and it's time to punish the law abiding right using the excuse of actions by criminals WHO WILL IGNORE ANY LAW THEY MAKE, with infringement of the Constitutional protections those who obey the law have enjoyed up until recently; based in part on what THEY think WE "need."

Well, it ain't up to them.

Every stupid SOB at the federal level who wants to limit how and with what we protect ourselves from them, and other criminals, are SURROUNDED by automatic weapons with huge magazines.

That, of course, is OK.  It's only bad when the people of this Nation are armed in kind.

A "revolutionary" concept, to be sure.

And, as expected because the idiot running the show doesn't know if he's punched or bored, he missed the target. 

Professor Jacobsen at Le-gal In-sur-rec-tion, however, nailed it:

Someone probably not concerned about the 10-round magazine limit (7 in NY)

Posted by    Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 11:17am     


From The Providence Journal:
“IPlead ThePiff” posed on his Facebook page with marijuana, money, a delivery guarantee — and guns. 
“I don’t talk,” he wrote on one photo. “I let my guns sing and if a … gotta problem. wit it tell em my revolver said it.” 
A commenter warned him: “Stop putting them picks up. Thats how I got raided.” 
But IPlead ThePiff — a 19-year-old gang member named Darren Main Jr. — didn’t listen. 
Providence narcotics officers saw the Facebook page and accepted IPlead’s 24-hour delivery invitation. This month, Main sold drugs to an undercover detective and talked about buying a gun, the police said. 
On Monday, police raided Main’s residence at 670 Manton Ave. and seized marijuana and two guns. Main was charged and held without bail.
And no limit is going to stop him from using his six-shooter. He’s the problem.
Just the kind of guy Obama wants to date his daughters... I'm sure.

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