Quote of the day
Symbolically a requirement, any way. But the Brady Campaign To Cling To Relevancy is suing:
A group that supports gun control filed suit Thursday against a north Georgia town that recently passed a law requiring gun ownership that it said is mostly symbolic.
The Washington-based Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence filed a federal lawsuit against the town of Nelson, about 50 miles north of Atlanta, claiming the law is unconstitutional. The suit contends the Second Amendment doesn’t require anyone to have a gun, and government cannot require citizens to arm themselves.
“Forcing residents to buy guns they do not want or need won’t make the city of Nelson or its people any safer, and only serves to increase gun sales and gun industry profits,” Jonathan Lowy of the Brady Center said in a statement.
They didn’t fess up before the election. And This Benjamin Ghazi guy was ignored then too.
And just read this.
So, some guy wants to get a bunch of gun guys to march on Washington. Only with their loaded rifles. I’m told he tries this every year and no one but a few undercover feds show up.
Even if this actually went down, it’s dumb. You’re breaking the law. And, hell, here in gun-friendly TN, I can’t just strap an AR over my shoulder and head to Wal Mart. And there would be a confrontation with the police and, if there were a couple of agents provocateur, it could get ugly fast.
Update: To be clear, new handguns.
In the House, a bill to require smart guns even though the technology doesn’t exist. Well, if we’re mandating make believe, I’d like this gun:
I was told I couldn’t have this thing and suddenly I knew I had to make it. And made a 3D gun.
The Objectivist Tree. Heh.
Turns out MILF guns wasn’t what I thought.
Another illegal mayor, this one naked and drunk on his porch.
A lack of blogging. Sorry about that. Been busy. Day goes like this:
Get up early.
Surf internet to wind down.
Got to bed.
So, sorry about that. Will resume soon.
Seriously, who do I give money to to make this happen:
Legal Insurrection and Judicial Watch file suit to obtain David Gregory gun law violation documents
Judicial Watch, a leading government open records organization, announced today that it has filed suit on behalf of Legal Insurrection to obtain documents regarding David Gregory’s violation of the District of Columbia gun laws and the investigation which led to the decision of the District of Columbia Attorney General not to prosecute
So, back in high school, that was when MADD and SADD started pushing for DUI laws. And, it seemed, it was a noble purpose. This was back before those sorts of groups became ran by neo-prohibitionist busy bodies. The legal limit for blood alcohol was 0.1 or some such. Then, they changed it to 0.08. Now, they want to make it 0.05. Just random numbers, honestly. The new limit won’t do anything but result in the arrests of otherwise law-abiding. I have an idea, let’s make it illegal to kill people with your car. Novel, eh?
Heh. I should do that.
Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.
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