Here We Go Again: Assault Weapons Ban 2.0

They said he would be too busy with everything else to really push forward on his campaign promise of an assault weapons ban.  Apparently, his race-baiting attorney general isn’t though.  It’s for the chiiildren Mexicans.

A State Department travel warning issued Feb. 20, 2009, reflected government concerns about the violence.

“Some recent Mexican army and police confrontations with drug cartels have resembled small-unit combat, with cartels employing automatic weapons and grenades,” the warning said. “Large firefights have taken place in many towns and cities across Mexico, but most recently in northern Mexico, including Tijuana, Chihuahua City and Ciudad Juarez.”

You know what you can’t buy at gun stores or at gun shows in the US right now?  If you said automatic weapons and grenades, pat yourself on the back.  But it’s our responsibilty to fight crime in Mexico by banning the aesthitically incorrect guns that they aren’t using.  Gotcha.  Makes sense.  Infringe on my rights to bear arms that Mexicans aren’t using against the Mexican army and police.  That’s sure to fix it!

How about we make running drugs illegal too?  If only we started fighting some kind of war on drugs years ago, these criminals wouldn’t exist.  We all know that laws against things keep them out of criminal hands.

But apparently Pelosi remembers what happened to all those Democrats last time they voted for this.  And there is a new bipartisan task force for gun rights forming in the House.

Holder may be floating the idea, but it’s certainly got a lot of holes.

3 thoughts on “Here We Go Again: Assault Weapons Ban 2.0”

  1. I remember when the the Pelosi/Boxer Skeery-Lookin’-Gun-Law made my brother’s re-enactment rifle into an ‘Assault Weapon’.

    Bayonet Lug.

    Gotta protect the Children from those drive-by bayonettings, after all.

    – MuscleDaddy

  2. What scares me more than calling for the ban is the rationale used.

    We must yield our Constitutional rights because MEXICO can’t keep their house in order.

    I can think of a few ways the founders would have responded to a government official making that argument.

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