Sunday, April 5, 2015

Second Amendment Enforcement Act

Like most acts in DC, this one is misnamed. It sounds just like the kind of acts that become law in DC all the time. But this one is different: it seeks to STOP those laws. Which means it is “controversial.” When a law is “controversial” in DC, that usually means the liberals are against it. And since this one seeks to undo some of the things that are “nearest and dearest to the hearts of liberals,” they're “gearing up” for a big fight. And if it's a fight they want, a fight they're going to get. The NRA is also “gearing up” for a fight, and they have proven to be most effective (in most cases) in such fights. The Act was introduced by Sen, Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH). Republicans, of course. The kind of Republicans we need to SUPPORT, who aren't afraid to take on even the Republican leader(less)ship. Washington's “effective gun ban” didn't reduce crime, as predicted by people who KNOW about such things (who aren't among the gun grabbers). This is the obvious target of this Act. Now, if the gun grabbers could come up with something that would WORK, there might be something we could talk about. But not before. (The Hill)

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