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loophole: a law the press doesn’t like

Handwringing at the Washington Post over 80% lower receivers. They are more upset at lawful dealers and lawful customers than at a murdering nut job.

6 Responses to “loophole: a law the press doesn’t like”

  1. JTC Says:

    Ah, there’s the crux…make a law and “lawful” dealers and customers by definition are subject to them, whereas even hand-wringers are smart enough to know that murdering nut jobs are outside their purview…but hey, they have “done something”. Man, there oughta be a law…

  2. Old NFO Says:

    Yep, it’s ALL about control… And not in a way favorable to us…

  3. Lyle Says:

    A loophole is any remnant of legal, individual discretion, choice or freedom.

  4. Windy Wilson Says:

    Exploitation of a loophole means someone has better reading comprehension than the Leftists who make the laws and demand new laws.

    But that’s nothing new.

  5. IllTemperedCur Says:

    I’d argue that loopholes exist in the law because the Legislatures INTENDED for them to exist. After all, their intent is right there in black and white on the written page. And as enlightened and supremely competent as the Legislature is, it’s inconceivable that they’d leave gaps in the law by accident.

    How dare you accuse me of being cynically snarky.

  6. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Wow. Like 80% receivers just magically appeared overnight. Been out there for Individual Purchase since, what, the mid-90s?

    Wonder if the WaPo knows Reagan is dead yet?