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Parting shots from Obama

More proof he’s ultimately an enemy of freedom:

A ban on lead ammunition on federal land. I’m sure that includes Army bases, right?

And a ban on 3 way light bulbs. Is there anything this administration won’t shit up?

5 Responses to “Parting shots from Obama”

  1. Lyle Says:

    Lead ammunition on federal land huh? Hah! Let them try to enforce that. Let them come to Idaho and try to get our bullets. That’s a fucking fantasy. In Idaho we’ll be violating that every day until it’s repealed.

    A “law” like that is nothing but an invitation to go shooting, being as most of the state is so-called federal land, and we like to shoot a lot.

    But we all knew Obama would be the prick he is, and do stuff like this just out of spite, to get his jollies.

    That’s right, you Progressives; have your fun and your laughs while you can. Throw your bombs and break our windows, live off of our hard-earned tax money, and insult the founding of this country which protected your right to be a fuckhead. There’s going to be a reckoning after you’re done with your knee-slapping, finger-pointing, cackling and mocking.

    Come and get our lead bullets, if you think you can.

  2. Tim Says:

    Banning 3-way lightbulbs?!? Some rather trans-lesbo-humpalot-phobic, if you ask me (a pubescent, female-to-male bisexual with bestiality tendencies).

  3. Kristophr Says:

    Ain’t going to happen. The first thing Trump did when he sat down was put in place a moratorium on federal bureaucrats creating new regulations.

    Then he started signing EO reversals.

    The tears will be delicious.

  4. Sendarius Says:

    A new ban on “three-way bulbs”?

    Ummm, is there an exemption for motor vehicle lights – like, you know, headlights, or combined brake/tail lights?

  5. Standard Mischief Says:

    The light bulb ban was stupid then. With widespread adoption of inexpensive LED bulbs now, this is an idiotic backwards EO that has no business being in force.

    Some of us use incandescent light-bulbs in attics and closets and other seldom used places. We also use them as low wattage heaters.