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Because we should always make laws based on freaked out victim’s emotional pleas

In Cali (of course), a bill to take guns away from those going through a divorce or child custody battle. Yes, because what we need to do is take gun away from a battered woman who might be going through that.


10 Responses to “Because we should always make laws based on freaked out victim’s emotional pleas”

  1. Freiheit Says:

    Thats sexist!!!

    Half of all the divorce/shared-property separations I know about the woman was the crazy unhinged one that shouldn’t have access to weapons.

  2. Alan Says:

    Just half?

  3. Sid Says:

    When do I start running around screaming at the top of my lungs that this law is about the children and won’t someone please think about the children. I also have a good cry on deck about how I know someone who knows someone who is distantly related to someone who would have been helped by this law had it been in place in 1975.

    I heard a good quote the other day. “The decision is being made at echelons above reality”. Meaning that the decision makers are not burdened with real consequences. This law is stupid at the level of reality.

  4. Ellen Says:

    Sounds like New Orleans: everything is chaos, let’s take away all their guns.

  5. chris Says:

    Will the last person leaving Kali please turn out the lights?

  6. Sigivald Says:

    Due process? Who cares about that?

  7. comatus Says:

    Alas, Kali’s “lights” have turned out to be self-extinguishing. I do not think we shall see them lit again in our lifetime. Matthew 6:23, believe it or not, has a cognate text in Atlas Shrugged.

  8. Diomed Says:

    Oh, I’m sure this will only be applied to men in actual practice.

  9. Chris L. Says:

    Speaking of Laws have a look at this….

    “Chris Combs, of Troy, left, and Stephanie Locke, of Clawson, cross the street in downtown Birmingham, Mich. while participating in a protest by gun enthusiasts Monday, June 11. The protest is in support of eighteen-year-old Sean Michael Combs, of Troy, who was arrested in Birmingham on April 13 while carrying a rifle. Combs was charged with brandishing a weapon, disturbing the peace, and obstructing a police officer.”

  10. workinwifdakids Says:

    …or battered men.

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