It's DOA! Really hate those SOB'S!
The House of Representatives passed an assault weapons ban on assault weapons on Friday evening, though it's likely to die in the Senate.
Can you imagine the work they put into the lists of guns? It just goes to show that they cannot pinpoint any technical characteristics, so they have to look at pictures on the Internet to determine if the guns "look dangerous enough to ban". It's totally unreal. Also note the even longer list of exempt guns, this would have been totally unnecessary if they had known enough about guns to describe these mysterious "assault weapon attributes" technically.Took a look at their list of specifically banned weapons.
If you don't have at least one on the list you should be ashamed.
They don't understand the enormous practical problems associated with this. First off: If the 2A sanctuaries do what they have promised to do, there will be no help from local/state law enforcement. Second: They have severely underestimated the number of die hards that will stand their ground when the "collectors" come. I suspect that Ruby Ridge and Waco were picnics compared to what awaits them. There's no way they can pull it off without help from a lot of people and a lot of violence, and I don't believe they will ever be able to recruit enough people willing to do that. Maybe in CA and other states where people are used to bend over and take it, but I'm afraid this could turn into a very violent operation in other states.The bill says that we would not be allowed to own anything listed.
So tell me Mr, or Miss, or Mrs, or what ever you call yourself government representative, who will be the poor person who will go door to door to collect these alleged assault weapons? How many police agencies will violate their oath of office as you did to risk not coming home to their family to make you the so-caller representative of the people happy?
How does the justice department allow these goons to continually violate our rights? Rhetorical question.