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Congressweasel proposes mandatory gun registration.

16 Responses to “In Cali”

  1. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    No, you seem to be confused. He is a state assemblyman (a state representative), not a member of Congress.

  2. SayUncle Says:

    I was unaware the term congressweasel was defined.

  3. workinwifdakids Says:

    He’s an anti-constitutionalist would-be tyrant with aspirations of mental adequacy. I don’t care what you call him, as long as he’s gone the next election.

    Oh, and good luck to him on his scheme. I’m not the only one who will refuse to comply and send him a letter saying so.

  4. Bitter Says:

    In that case, it would be Assemblyweasel. Congressweasel would indicate he is a member of Congress. Plus, the implication of a state proposing this vs. federal is rather huge.

    However, if you’re looking for a general -weasel, then might I suggest Legislativeweasel or some variation. That should cover you for Assembly, Senate (state & federal), and Congress.

  5. SayUncle Says:

    “Legislativeweasel” I like that

  6. Adam Says:

    The thing I found most amazing in the article was CBS referring to the McDonald case as “a landmark civil rights case.” It’s not quite as amazing as if ABC had said the same thing, but caused a double-take nonetheless. Of course, by civil right they may very well be referring to a state’s or city’s ‘right’ to ban guns.

    However in the very same article, they referred to the Brady Campaign as “an anti-gun advocacy group” rather than a ‘gun-control’ advocacy group. I think Declan McCullagh must have slipped through the employee screening process. Good.

  7. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    I prefer the more exact term “traitor”.

  8. Molon Labe Says:

    I think the article spelled his name wrong. Shouldn’t it be Mike Fuhrer?

  9. The Packetman Says:

    Legislativeweasel – the other yellow meat!

  10. JJR Says:

    Somebody should inform him that Canada is ditching their registry for being an expensive failure.

  11. ATL Says:

    It’s California…… this shit is anything new?

  12. Xrlq Says:

    I think the article spelled his name wrong. Shouldn’t it be Mike Fuhrer?

    I’m cool wit the spelling as is. “Feuer” is German for “fire,” which is exactly what should happen to him this fall, though it won’t since he represents a district of crapweasels.

  13. straightarrow Says:

    Congress is defined. It is a meeting unlike ingress or egress which denote entering or leaving it denotes a coming together. So it is not inappropriate to use it in terms of state legislatures or legislators “in congress assembled”.

    Don’t roll over so easily. Shooting Buddy doesn’t miss many, but he didn’t even get on the paper with this one. However his preferred word, “traitor”, is more accurate.

  14. Old Doctor Weasel Says:

    Oh, come on…you say ‘weasel’ like it’s a bad thing

  15. Rivrdog Says:

    …and of course all youse grammarweasels missed the fact that the assemblyfarker used the crapweasel “gut and stuff” method to put his POS before the Assembly. Time-honored way of Legislaffer Ginny Burdick of Oregon, also known for using this method on all her gun control crap.

  16. Linoge Says:

    And I would, of course, point out that this being Kalifornistan, 99% of all firearm transfers are legally required to go through an FFL, even for person-to-person, even for family members. It is not a “registry” by the strict definition, but given the longevity of 4473s, it might as well be.