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Republicans react to Florida shooting

Prominent republican donor says Republicans should pass a ban on guns to keep getting money. Given his history of backing the losers, meh.

Trey Gowdy supports banning bump stocks, even though one wasn’t used in FL.

The idiocy does need to be mocked. Just yours.

John Kasich:

If all the sudden you couldn’t buy an AR-15, what would you lose? Would you feel your second amendment rights would be eroded?

I’d lose my freedom and my rights would be eroded. Now, go away.

Trump open to improving background checks.

8 Responses to “Republicans react to Florida shooting”

  1. Ron W Says:

    According to the clear, unambiguous wording of the 10Th Amendment, the Federal Givernment may lawfully do NOTHING without having enumerated delegated powers. I find NO delegated powers to the Federal Government in the Constitution for any firearm laws pertaining to the People.

  2. Lyle Says:

    The only difference between a Democrat and a Republican is the timeline. Democrats advocate a faster run off the cliff toward global communism than do Republicans. The “good cop” is also “your friend”, while he denounces that mean old “bad cop” (and they work together to take you to the same place, which is a prison).

    So be sure to support the “good cop” and you’ll feel better, for a while. He listens to you after all, doesn’t he? He understands you, and so he must be a good guy? The orange jumpsuit, the handcuffs and the cell await you either way.

  3. rickn8orr Says:

    Part of the thundering herd of RINOs running for cover, trying to appear to be “reasonable” before the Midterms.

  4. Fred Says:

    What you forgot to mention is who this ‘prominent Republican’ backs.

    He’s basically saying; “give us your AR-15’s and join team Jeb.


  5. JTC Says:

    Read Trump’s words before you lump him with these losers.

  6. Blounttruth Says:

    Remove the right to lie from the 1st amendment, and we wouldn’t have idiots like Kacish using his soap box to spread ignorance.

  7. Paul Koning Says:

    Expecting intelligent behavior from Kasich is certainly a lost cause.

    Today’s WSJ article about the Cornyn bill (which is what Trump is said to approve of) is interesting. It says that existing law *requires* states to supply data to the NICS database. But since states are ignoring that law, the new bill proposes to give states incentives (“bribes”) to encourage them to do what they are already required to do. Weird. And these people pretend to be able to write laws about guns, or anything else?

    I wonder what the sanctuary state folks think of this. Would they oppose forcing CA to submit data to the database on sanctuary grounds? Or would they cheer it “because guns”?

    Meanwhile, on midterms, I figure that if the left keeps pushing this stuff harder and harder, eventually a significant fraction of gun owners will come to understand that you can’t be a gun owner and vote Democrat. That doesn’t seem to have sunk in yet, I can’t figure out why not.

  8. JTC Says:

    @Paul K, Trump’s support is true to his NRA alliance and its support of Cornyn/Murphy.

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