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Sad clowns

Barrack Obama and Randy Neal. Bonus points because both are lying to appear being sad.

A good day for civil rights makes me smile.

17 Responses to “Sad clowns”

  1. NotClauswitz Says:

    Still not enough crocodile tears fr my Gin fizz.

  2. NotClauswitz Says:

    Gunblogger Rendezvous!!

  3. Crawler Says:

    The even sadder clowns are the ones in Arizona who have, or soon will have, discovered that the political weasel they reelected for another gig in the U.S. Senate cast his vote against their freedoms and liberties.

  4. SayUncle Says:

    Like he has for, oh, elventy billion year? Meh.

  5. Old NFO Says:

    Did you see Joe Biteme’s face… He was POUTING!!! 🙂

  6. Mike V Says:

    I can’t say this often but it was a good day in DC.

  7. Mike V Says:

    Reciprocity even got 57 votes!

  8. TigerStripe Says:

    @OldNFO – Biteme looked like Walter from Jeff Dunham’s act… TS

  9. Crotalus Says:

    Couple months ago, I noticed the same thing! Guess we’ll have to start calling him Walter! >:-D

  10. Chas Says:

    BOOYAH! Hooooooooooooooo!

  11. treefroggy Says:

    Looks like the Maryland referendum is off in favor of supporting the NRA lawsuit over O-Moron’s latest. Hope they give as much support for appealing Wollard.

  12. Mu Says:

    Everybody is wining that their “common sense” solution failed for having more loopholes than a crochet potholder. What gets me – the government managed to isolate the IRS pretty well from other federal agencies, and tax data is very well protected from snooping. Why can’t they set up a gun buyer registry the same way – you get a card that can be verified online as being valid, and you show it to buy a gun. We register to vote (our main right in the constitution), I have no problem to register to buy guns (another right) – as long as that’s it. They don’t save my votes in elections, they should be able to do the same with gun data.
    And even if they secretly keep the data, all the info they’d have would be “XYZ’s card was verified on aa/bb/cccc”. With half the households in the US already owning guns that info isn’t really gonna help them narrowing down on an individual.

  13. phenicks Says:

    Mu, the problem with your idea is DATA. The .gov can’t leave any data alone. Ex. My wife is a physician, she is required by law to have a DEA # to prescribe medicine. She has to give all kinds of personal info (including SS#, address, DOB etc) to have that # and keep it updated. ~6yrs ago the .gov contacted us that they were using the data in the DEA physician registry for a “study” and lost a computer and an external hard drive (unencrypted of course) w/ ~25K Drs personal info. They did not have our permission, but that did not matter. They provided a year of ‘free’ monitoring of our credit report. The were not responsible for the headache of replacing credit cards, reopening bank accounts and passwording every financial account. Are these the people you want to secure you critical personal data? BTW I live in MO, where there is a law not to give any CCW data to the Feds w/o a warrant. The Dept of Revenue has been coping the data and sending to the ATF for ~1yr. It has just been suspended because someone sued the DOR asking wth.

  14. Mu Says:

    The risk of data loss is always there. And quite frankly a well organized (ok, I know, it’s .gov) database in DC should be more secure than the 10 or so copies of the 4473 I’ve filled over the years that are floating around or have been destroyed or have been collected by the government etc.

  15. TigerStripe Says:

    The problem with registering guns is that they are used each and every time to confiscate guns. I would rather anyone or than the government have data on my gun purchases. Damn. TS

  16. Braden Lynch Says:

    How about a real reform to the gun laws and the ills of society?

    1. Anyone can buy a firearm, any firearm, without any silly restrictions. OMG! How can I say that?

    2. If you are a dangerous criminal, you should be in a prison. If we let you out after you served your time you should have your rights restored (except voting). If we let you out too early (parole or probation) that needs to be addressed by getting good DAs and judges in place and mandatory sentencing and enhancements.

    3. If you are one of those rare homicidal and insane persons, we need to get you some proper treatment, to include institutionalization. I know that the legal process has tipped against this, but if someone is a real danger to others, we can not bury our heads in the sand.

    Basically groups 2 and 3 will get firearms anyway, so let’s help group 1 (the good guys) and concentrate on groups 2 and 3 with meaningful reforms.

  17. chris Says:

    Randy Neal is having as bad of a week as Obama.

    He needs to get with his doctor and maybe change his meds.