Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Jeff White, Apr 3, 2013.
Astounding lack of comprehension.
The CYA followup by her handlers shows that nobody in her office knows anything at all about guns.
It's the blind leading the blind.... dumb and dumber.
No one in Congress really writes the bills they introduce and sponsor. Bills are written by lobbyists and then they get members of Congress to introduce them.
On your second point, that is exactly why Congress has this resource called The Library of Congress, purchased from Thomas Jefferson, so that they can learn what they are talking about. Sadly, people no longer want to learn and Congress deals with far too many issues for each member to independently research the topic.
Specifically, I think she represents the row of pot dispensaries that runs along Federal Blvd.
On the chance all these laws don’t get overturned maybe we can get them clarified to apply only to the single use clips as she obviously intended.
I was about to ask the same think...SKS clips are 10 rounds as well
It's the shoulder thing that goes up, right?
I just cant stop watching it....
/Shoulder thing that goes up
Damn. I didn't buy enough en bloc clips if I can't reuse them.
I want to laugh, I want to cry, I want to scream, and I want to shake some sense into people.
Do you allow the people that elect these politicians to remain comfortable in their choices? Or do you do what you can to make sure they are uncomfortable?
If they are introducing legislation that is certainly clearer in banning specific things than they even know how to describe items themselves, who is really controlling them?
On whose behalf are they introducing legislation and being told how to vote?
They are clearly not drafting or coming up with this stuff themselves.
That shows a more fundemental problem with how things are often done in government.
(Though sometimes it may also be to our benefit when some are told to vote a certain positive way for gun laws they likewise are ignorant about.)
People introducing and voting on things they don't even understand.
And many times on things they don't even read because it is some long piece of legislation with hundreds of pages they just trust some aide or other person to have thumbed through. Some other person often including the sponsor of the legislation which the other representative voting presumes to agree with, which in this case even the sponsor is clueless.
You vote for this, and I will vote for that. You introduce this, he will introduce that, and I will owe you this favor, and can do something for you later. Combined with pressure from and adherance to various lobbying groups and campaign donors. Half of these officials don't even know what they are actually doing beyond the summary they get beforehand on what the legislation is. A summary which in this case included trying to explain that she was banning something firearms use to shoot and which she clearly didn't grasp, yet was still the sponsor of the legislation she didn't even understand the meaning of. The official creator of the law doesn't even understand what the law bans.
I am am introducing a federal bill to ban wrinkled old crones who do not have a clue.
I ain't never seen no clips comin' outa no bullets!
Where can I get one of these "Assault Magazines"?
Silly me, I though you needed a gun to shoot bullets. An assault magazine would be a whole lot more convenient to carry around, and cheaper to buy, too.
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